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May 22, 2018

Zoning updates include permitting online retail sales, modernizing gender language

City Council adopts "bundle" changes to Denver Zoning Code

May 08, 2018

Four amendments to the Denver Building and Fire Code

Monday, May 7, City Council updated the Denver Building and Fire Code with four amendments to better address current needs.

May 08, 2018

City Council unanimously approves zoning update targeting "slot homes"

Denver Zoning Code update means future projects are more like town houses and row houses, more in keeping with walkable neighborhood feel

May 07, 2018

Zoning change targeting “Slot Homes” gets final hearing & council vote

Denver Zoning Code update would mean future projects are more in keeping with walkable neighborhood feel

Apr 19, 2018

#ThisPlaceMattersDenver among highlights of National Preservation Month activities

Social media campaign invites locals to share their favorite historic buildings and places to mark May as National Preservation Month.

Apr 18, 2018

Zoning code amendment to address bright lights

This zoning code amendment would set limits on how bright parking lot lighting can be, particularly at car dealerships and gas stations or when the parking lot is directly adjacent to a low-scale residential zone district.

Mar 30, 2018

Bring the Kids to Box City 2018!

Box City is a FREE event for children where they can learn about urban development and the principles that make for sound architecture, design and planning.

Mar 23, 2018

5 Reasons Why Your Peers Switched to Emailed Log In

High demand for building permits in Denver means it can take several weeks to get a log in appointment for the permit counter. Here's a better, faster way

Mar 21, 2018

City to lead master plan for south end of the Broncos’ stadium property

City planners will gather community input on concept for a year-round, mixed-use neighborhood hub

Mar 19, 2018

Neighborhood toolkits will help residents, organizations lay groundwork for planning process

Denver neighborhoods waiting for plans can take advantage of city resources and self-guided exercises to prepare.