FAQs for Planning and Development

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  • Business

    • Home Business License

    • Starting and Relocating a Business

  • Historic Preservation Tax Credits

    • How can I find out if my property is historically designated? If it is not, how can I get it designated?

    • If I am taking the federal investment tax credit, how would the state credit apply?

    • If a property is owned or leased by more than one taxpayer, can all involved taxpayers qualify for the tax credit? If so, how is the application made?

    • What does a sample breakdown of a project look like?

    • If I take the tax credit and then decide that I must sell my property or break my lease within 5 years, what are the consequences?

    • I intend to do much of the labor myself in order to cut costs. Can I claim tax credit on some of my own labor or "sweat equity"?

    • My property does not currently meet building codes - to bring it up to code may mean that certain historic features are sacrificed. Would the project still qualify?

    • What if my project includes a new addition to my historic property? Would such a project qualify?

    • What if the work takes longer than 24 months to complete?

    • Can I apply for the tax credit more than once?

    • What if I have already begun the rehabilitation of my property - is it still possible to qualify for the tax credit?

  • Licenses, Permits and Inspections

    • Certificates Of Occupancy

    • Contractor Licensing

  • Planning and Development Services

    • Planning and Development Services Overview

    • Where do I get a copy of a plat?

    • Annexation Process

    • Public Hearing Process - General Information

    • Planning & Zoning Commission - General Information

    • Planning Publications

    • Transportation Plans for the City

    • Zoning Ordinance

    • Envision Longmont

    • Fee Rebate Programs

    • Historic Preservation Program

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