Envision Woodland Park 2030

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Don't miss our Community Town Hall April 14th from 6:00-8:00 at the Ute Pass Cultural Center or via zoom. Masks will be required at this event, masks will be available if you do not have one. Capacity is 100 people, first come first served. ATTENTION: Please bring your cell phone, tablet, or personal computer to participate in the polls.

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83805512310

Envision Woodland Park 2030 is the City of Woodland Park's Comprehensive Plan and Land Use Code update process! This page will serve as a hub for all information concerning the new Comprehensive Plan Land Use Code. Here, you will find information on the planning process, upcoming events, and be able to provide input during various phases of the project. We look forward to engaging with you in a meaningful conversation about the future of Woodland Park and "planning our future together"!


What is a Comprehensive Plan?

A Comprehensive Plan is the local government’s “blueprint” for development. It is a community guided vision for the future of Woodland Park and will serve as a guiding document for growth and development. It will touch on physical, social, and economic development. It will serve as a major tool in developing future policies, which in turn will shape the City budget and capital improvement projects.

A successful Comprehensive Plan takes engagement from the whole community. This is your future and your plan, so get involved! Start thinking, sharing, and spreading the word to friends and neighbors.

What is the Land Use Code?

A Land Use Code is the primary tool used to implement our new Comprehensive Plan. The Land Use Code can include zoning regulations, subdivision regulations, annexation policy, impact fees, public hearing processes, fence and sign permitting, and more. For example, a Land Use Code may prescribe how tall a single-family home can be, the density of a planned community, the minimum parking requirements for a retail complex, or the allowed uses within a commercial building.

Don't miss our Community Town Hall April 14th from 6:00-8:00 at the Ute Pass Cultural Center or via zoom. Masks will be required at this event, masks will be available if you do not have one. Capacity is 100 people, first come first served. ATTENTION: Please bring your cell phone, tablet, or personal computer to participate in the polls.

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83805512310

Envision Woodland Park 2030 is the City of Woodland Park's Comprehensive Plan and Land Use Code update process! This page will serve as a hub for all information concerning the new Comprehensive Plan Land Use Code. Here, you will find information on the planning process, upcoming events, and be able to provide input during various phases of the project. We look forward to engaging with you in a meaningful conversation about the future of Woodland Park and "planning our future together"!


What is a Comprehensive Plan?

A Comprehensive Plan is the local government’s “blueprint” for development. It is a community guided vision for the future of Woodland Park and will serve as a guiding document for growth and development. It will touch on physical, social, and economic development. It will serve as a major tool in developing future policies, which in turn will shape the City budget and capital improvement projects.

A successful Comprehensive Plan takes engagement from the whole community. This is your future and your plan, so get involved! Start thinking, sharing, and spreading the word to friends and neighbors.

What is the Land Use Code?

A Land Use Code is the primary tool used to implement our new Comprehensive Plan. The Land Use Code can include zoning regulations, subdivision regulations, annexation policy, impact fees, public hearing processes, fence and sign permitting, and more. For example, a Land Use Code may prescribe how tall a single-family home can be, the density of a planned community, the minimum parking requirements for a retail complex, or the allowed uses within a commercial building.