Representatives from Colorado Springs businesses, community leaders and planning staff are working with a land use consultant to modernize the city’s zoning and subdivision standards and procedures. Their goals are to update obsolete provisions, streamline the code and allow for more creative land uses.
PlanCOS laid out a vision for the future of Colorado Springs. Now RetoolCOS is honing the tools to achieve it. The city’s comprehensive plan, PlanCOS was approved by the Colorado Springs City Council a year ago, after an extensive communitywide process. PlanCOS focuses upon six themes that embody the city’s existing strengths — vibrant neighborhoods, […]
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