Boulder has a vibrant history of citizen engagement when it comes to growth and development issues. From PLAN-Boulder County’s inception, we’ve been dedicated to helping ensure that the people who live here and care deeply about our community –not corporate interests – decide the fate of our town.
We believe that all voices should be heard during land-use debates, and that environmental protections and quality-of-life should trump corporate profits. We strive to engage the broader community in conversations about the development and land-use decisions that will affect us all. We advocate for solutions to our most pressing problems that will create the greatest good for our local environment and for the people who live in it.
August 24, 2020 Dear City Councilmembers, PLAN-Boulder County provided an assessment of Phase Two of the Use Table and Standards Project and the Community Benefit Project to the Planning Board for their meeting on August [...]
On June 4th, City Council discussed redevelopment options for the former Boulder Community Hospital at Broadway and Balsam and the surrounding area including, Ideal Plaza and Community Plaza shopping centers. All the options proposed considerably [...]
May 2019 Dear City Council, Below is an analysis of the components discussed , or to be discussed, in your April and May study sessions for use table changes to be applied to the Opportunity [...]
April 2, 2019 Dear City Council, The Peoples League for Action Now (PLAN-Boulder County) supports the goals established as the basis for the Opportunity Zone moratorium and as restated on page one of the staff [...]
PLAN (Peoples League for Action Now) - Boulder County applauds and strongly supports City Council’s effort to broaden opportunities for the creation of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) and Owner Accessory Units (OAUs) for the purpose [...]
December 15, 2017 PART I INTRODUCTION The Problem: Boulder is the most expensive city in the region. With average single-family home prices near one million dollars, and many apartments renting for thousands of [...]
Subject: RE: Articles regarding Inclusionary Housing (This letter to the council member was publicly posted) Dear Jan Burton: Thanks for sharing these articles of various points of view that will certainly help us in wrestling with our [...]
Thursday, Oct. 20 – A Look at Planning in Boulder County Join Boulder County staff for a look at the past, present and future of planning in Boulder County. First, staff from each department will [...]
CITY OF BOULDER Housing and Human Services Master Plan Housing and Human Services Master Plan - Appendices Housing and Human Services Master Plan Advisory Committee Boulder Housing Partners Discussion Housing Implementation and Funding Task Force [...]
We strongly support moving forward with a Comprehensive Development Strategy, as a Council-driven priority. There have been many letters and other communications that have characterized PBC’s position as demanding no growth, low density, and keeping [...]
[vc_row][vc_column width="1/4"][callout type="left" button_icon="adjust" target="blank" title="Daily Camera" message="Council Should Pause Growth" button_text="Article" href="http://www.dailycamera.com/guest-opinions/ci_26425952/council-should-pause-growth"][/vc_column][vc_column width="3/4"][text_output]We are in the midst of a development binge. Many of us are seriously concerned. Is this rush to build hotels, luxury [...]