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Check out the city's interactive Planning Map

The Planning & Development Services Department is excited about the launch of our new interactive Planning Map.  This map can provide information like the location of active developments in the city, parks, bike routes throughout the city, schools, Envision land uses, subdivisions in the city, zoning information, and much more.    Click here to view the map.  Once the map is open, you are able to turn the different layers on and off by clicking in the upper right hand corner and opening the Layers List.  You can then click the icons on the map to learn more about details about the the property.   Check the map out today!

 


Main Street Corridor Plan

The City has started working on the Main Street Corridor Plan to focus on the future of the Longmont Main Street corridor. Thanks to everyone who attended the public meeting on November 7th and provided input via the project survey! For a project overview and information on the project goals and timeline, please visit Main Street Corridor Plan page.

 


Land Development Code Update

The update to the City's Land Development Code (LDC) has been adopted by City Council.  For additional information and a project overview, check out the Code Update Overview page.

View the City of Longmont Land Development Code

The Longmont City Council adopted the code update on August 14, 2018. The code became effective on September 1, 2018. Click here to view the presentation slides from the City Council meeting.

Questions and comments can be directed to the Planning & Development Services Department.  You can complete our on-line form or contact us at 303-651-8330 or longmont.planning@longmontcolorado.gov

 


 Want to know where development is happening in Longmont?

 


Our Planner on Duty is available to answer your zoning and development questions

Phone: Contact the front desk at (303) 651-8330

Email (Preferred): longmont.planning@longmontcolorado.gov

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Prairie Dog Regulations

On March 20, 2018 city staff presented information to the City Council on prairie dogs, their management and the current City regulations governing the animal. After discussing the topic, the City Council directed staff to undertake revisions to the existing regulations pertaining to prairie dogs.  Below is the draft information for public review. 

Memo to Public on Draft Regulations

Public Review Draft Prairie Dog Regulations

Prairie Dog Regulations Flow Chart

To provide comments on the Draft Prairie Dog Regulations Visit the Prairie Dog Regulations Comment Form

 


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