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Dec 23, 2019

Proposed new building code keeps Denver at the forefront of building safety and sustainability nationwide

Denver City Council to vote on proposed building and fire code amendments

Dec 16, 2019

Former holistic health facility could be Denver’s next historic district

Denver City Council to vote on Tilden School for Teaching Health Historic District

Dec 12, 2019

Navigating Commercial and Multifamily Permitting

Join us as we talk permits, codes, and ordinances relevant to the design and construction of commercial and multi-family projects in Denver. ICC and AIA (HSW) continuing education credit provided.

Nov 07, 2019

Mayor Hancock Announces 2019 Mayor’s Design Awards Winners

Twelve transformational projects across the city highlight best in design, architecture, preservation and more

Oct 11, 2019

Courtesy briefing on Building and Fire Code Amendments

After 10 months of public input and review by technical advisory committees, a draft of a proposed new building and fire code will advance to City Council’s Land Use, Transportation, and Infrastructure committee on November 12.

Oct 07, 2019

New zoning changes in Denver support a future for temporary tiny home villages

Denver City Council voted tonight to approve amendments to the Denver Zoning Code, which will create a path forward for temporary tiny home villages seeking to use vacant land in Denver to help address homelessness.

Sep 30, 2019

Landmark Ordinance Update

City Council approves proposed changes after public hearing

Sep 17, 2019

Loretto Heights Area Plan Adoption

Ahead of expected redevelopment of the beloved southwest Denver campus, city planners have worked with thousands of residents over the past 11 months to craft an equitable, community-driven vision for the area.

Sep 12, 2019

Residential Building and Zoning Presentation

Denver Community Planning and Development will host its next residential permitting presentation for codes and topics related to single-family homes and duplexes at the Sam Gary library on Sept. 21.

Sep 10, 2019

City Council Unanimously Passes Rezoning, Continuing Momentum for Next Era of National Western Center

The zoning changes will lay the groundwork for creating a 250-acre campus that will serve as a year-round global destination for agricultural heritage and innovation.