Zoning

Zoning Chart

Have you ever asked yourself what is my zoning and what does that mean? Well, we can't tell you what your zoning classification is but likely you'll find your house is R-0, R-1, R-2 or R-3. Likely you live within the WWPNA limits and are R-2 if south of Alameda and R-3 if north of Alameda. Check the city's web-site to confirm your classification at http://www.denvergov.org and link into the assessor's page.

Attached is a simple and easy to use chart letting you know what you and those around you can build including the size of house, location on lot and height.

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Zoning Minutes for Feb. 2007

Attached are the minutes for Feb. of 2007

New Busines:
Possible Restaurant at the old Allen Paint Store on Broadway
Barbed Wire Fence at 800 S. Broadway
Byer School Field Housing Development

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Residential Development in Denver ’s Established Neighborhoods

Mar 7 2007 - 6:00pm
Mar 7 2007 - 8:14pm

Atrium of the Webb Municipal Office Building
201 West Colfax Avenue

What is Blueprint Denver’s vision for established residential areas designated as Areas of Stability?
How effective have past zoning fixes such as the “pop-top” ordinance and “Quick Wins I and II” been in addressing residential development issues and what still needs to be done?
What regulatory tools are available now and how can they help us achieve our future vision? How is the citywide Zoning Code Update addressing residential development issues and what’s next?

Join us for a community conversation to answer these questions and more related to residential development and rezoning. A panel of representatives from the Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation, Denver Community Planning and Development Department, Denver Board of Realtors, and Homebuilders Association of Metropolitan Denver will discuss policies, procedures and effectiveness of various regulatory approaches. A range of topics will be covered including R-3 to R-2 and R-2 to R-1 re-zonings, legislative zoning map amendments, “pattern books”, overlay districts (including zoning and landmark preservation) and demolition permit process improvements. After the panel discussion, the forum will conclude with a question and answer session.

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Zoning Committee Meeting

Feb 27 2007 - 7:00pm
Feb 27 2007 - 9:00pm

Meeting Location: 214 S Grant St: Grant Avenue Community Center.

There are two new items of business

1. 7:00 - A barbed-wire fence at 800 S Broadway. The city wants the fence removed, the property owner has replaced a fence the DOT removed during reconstruction of I-25.

2. 7:30 - Byer's field development. The developer Arcadia will be present to show their proposed plan to the Buyer's field vancant lot.

A third possible item is Linda Austin's restaurant proposal for Broadway and Maple. Linda owns Mona's near My Brother's Bar and the REI flagship store. We'll discuss this around 7:15.

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Zoning Minutes for January 2007

Attached are the minutes for January 2007. Note, no meeting held December 2006.

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