The Denver zoning code is a foundational document that evolves with the city as its needs change; it has undergone several text amendments based on identified needs and public feedback.
Text amendments to the Denver Zoning Code are generally initiated by Community Planning and Development staff and must be adopted by City Council.
Amendment to Allow for Sales of Fresh Produce and Cottage Foods as a Home Occupation
A text amendment that would add the sale of fresh produce and cottage foods to the list of permitted home occupations in Residential Zone Districts.
March 25th: City Council Land Use, Transportation, and Infrastructure (LUTI) Committee informational item
April 7, 2014: Deadline for comments on Public Review Draft
April 22, 2014: Planning Board Draft and staff report released for public review
May 7, 2014: Planning Board Adoption Public Hearing
Read a summary of the proposed amendment (PDF)
Public review draft (PDF)
For information on Colorado's Cottage Foods Act, click here.
Questions and comments on this amendment may be directed to Senior City Planner Sarah Showalter, firstname.lastname@example.org.