Proposed Rezonings

Rezoning a property amends the city’s zoning map; thus, rezonings may also be referred to as “map amendments.”  Below are proposed Denver Zoning Code official map amendments. Applications and staff reports are available as PDF files. 
Details of amendments are subject to change. Until an amendment is adopted as an ordinance by Denver City Council, applications and staff reports are for informational purposes only and may be updated without notice. Amended versions will replace older versions on the website as they become available.

Click here to learn more about the process, request a pre-application conference, and download the application.

2014I-00015: 48th to 51st and Chambers Rd.

2014I-00015: 48th to 51st and Chambers Rd.

Posted on Apr 01, 2014 (Archive on Jul 16, 2014)
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Submit Comments

We welcome your comments on pending map amendments. Submit by mail or in person at public hearings. The following types of written comments are accepted:

  • Citizen comments
  • RNO position statements
  • Protest petitions

Mail comments to:
Planning Services
Community Planning and Development
201 W. Colfax Avenue, Dept 205
Denver, CO 80202


NOTE: Please include the address of the proposed rezoning in your comment. 

Neighborhood Position Statements

Denver CPD notifies Registered Neighborhood Organizations (RNOs) of pending amendments affecting areas located inside or within 200 feet of their established boundaries. 

For official map amendments, RNOs receive informational notice upon receipt of a rezoning application, and receive public hearing notice prior to Planning Board and City Council public hearings. A RNO is encouraged to:

Protest Petitions

Protest petitions signed by owners near an official map amendment may be filed with the City Council to require a supermajority vote of 10 council members for approval.

Contact the staff assigned to the pending map amendment or the City Council office for more information.