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Land Development Code Assessment

With the recent adoption of a new comprehensive plan, Envision Longmont, the City is updating the Land Development Code (Title 15 of the Longmont Municipal Code) to implement the plan. An Assessment Memo has been prepared that addresses many of the substantive topics associated with the Code Update. The intent of this assessment is to highlight overarching areas where the Land Development Code could be improved and to offer potential solutions to those issues.

The Memo focuses on:

  • Ways in which the current Land Development Code
    works well
  • Ways in which the current Land Development Code
    is ineffective or difficult to use
  • Areas of consistency or inconsistency between existing local policies, adopted plans, and the existing Land Development Code
  • Ways to make the revised Land Development Code more user-friendly
  • Modifications necessary to respond to local needs

After reading through the Assessment Memo, we would appreciate your thoughts on the assessment memo and the code update.

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