Community Planning and Development has updated its website to better communicate important information pertaining to plans and rezonings. These changes were made in response to community feedback.
The Completed Plans page (www.DenverGov.org/planning) now includes several ways to search for current plans. Users can find small area plans, general development plans, assessments and studies by location usinga new interactive GIS map, by statistical neighborhood or by plan name using type-specific drop-down menus on the Completed Plans page.
The Rezonings – Map Amendments page has been reconfigured in several ways to better present information on changes to the city’s zoning map.
1) The page now offers a more complete overview of the process as it applies to applicants and neighbors.
2) At the bottom of the page, a new section, “Information for Applicants and Neighbors,” brings together all the information and forms that each will need over the course of the process. In particular, the “For Neighbors and RNOs” tab explains when RNOs are notified and provides links to the RNO position statement form, the Official Map Amendments (Rezoning) Customer Guide and other information that may be useful to RNOs in navigating the rezoning process.
3) The new rezoning process page features a step-by-step overview and timeline for applicants and neighbors, including details on RNO notifications, opportunities for public input and instructions and deadlines for public comment submission and protest petitions.
4) Lastly, a link to the proposed rezonings page has been added to the “Zoning” drop-down menu on the main navigation bar on the CPD website to make that page easier to find.
If you have any questions or additional comments on the changes, please don’t hesitate to contact me.