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Submit your completed Board of Appeals application(PDF, 257KB) and a $250 check (made payable to "Manager of Finance") by mail or in person.
Community Planning and Development
Attention: Office of the Manager201 W. Colfax Ave., Dept. 205
Denver, CO 80202
Drop off in person:
Wellington Webb Municipal Building
CPD Cashier Counter (2nd floor)201 W. Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO 80202
Staff will review your application for completeness and make a decision as to whether the case can be brought before the Board of Appeals.
You will receive a letter with either a denial or a date of the next Board of Appeals meeting.
Number of Mayoral Appointments: 9
Term: 3 years
Function: The Board of Appeals is responsible for reviewing appeals of administrative decisions made by the Building Department concerning building code provisions.
Qualifications: The Board of Appeals is comprised of one architect (and one alternate architect), one contractor, one professional engineer (and one alternate engineer), one preservationist and two citizen members who cannot be associated with the building industry (and one citizen alternate).
Enabling Authorization: Established by Ordinance in 1952.
Meets: January to October the fourth Thursday of the month; November and December as needed on the third Thursday of the month.
Meeting Time: 8:30 a.m.
Meeting Location:Wellington Webb Building
201 W. Colfax Ave., Room 2.L.1.
Denver, CO., 80202
Please note: A public health order currently in effect requires volunteer committee members who perform in-person activities on city property or at other places in the community to show proof of vaccination for the COVID-19 virus. Visit DenverGov.org/covid19 for additional information.
Bette Rhone (board secretary)Email: email@example.com