Promoting sustainable land use and enhancing Boulder’s environment since 1959
Education. Political action. Encouragement of public involvement.
Our Guiding Principles
Control growth to meet community goals and preserve quality of life.
Preserve open space to conserve wildlife habitat, provide for agriculture and for recreation and renewal.
Support a balanced transportation system that encourages walking, bicycling, car sharing and mass transit.
PBC seeks to promote–through education, political action, and encouragement of public involvement–far-sighted, innovative,and sustainable land use and growth patterns that preserve the area’s unique character and desirability, and which reduce our carbon footprint and environmental impact.
Issues and Positions
The PLAN-Boulder Board has been busy!
Xcel’s Best and Final Offer: “Heads, we win; tails, you lose.”April 15, 2017
Reject Xcel, Susan Osborne, Former mayor and city council memberApril 15, 2017
PLAN-Boulder County Statement on Xcel “Partnership” OptionsApril 11, 2017
Position on Comp Plan UpdateApril 10, 2017
PLAN-Boulder County Position on Affordable Housing Commercial Linkage Fees, Transportation Linkage Fees and Transportation Excise Taxes – February 2017March 14, 2017
50/50 Annexation Proposal – New Annexation Only for Affordable HousingMarch 6, 2017
Forums and Events
Forum December 16, 2016. 12 Noon, Alfalfa’s Market.
WHAT IS UP WITH CU’S SOUTH PROPERTY. Annexation of CU South? Click on link for more information about Plan Boulder County’s upcoming forum on this event.