Montava Development Proposal

This type and size of this development is relatively new to Fort Collins so the City is implementing a new review process and needs to know what you think.

Montava is a proposed development for a section of rural and agricultural land next to the Anheuser-Busch facility in northeast Fort Collins. The 860-acre proposal is modeled off of Traditional Neighborhood Development (TDN) or village-style development because of the wide variety of land uses. The development would include a variety of housing, amenities and public spaces. The proposal calls for a complete, connected community with new neighborhoods, parks, schools, a town center, urban agriculture, businesses, and transportation connections.

This site is meant to supplement the information provided at public outreach sessions and neighborhood meetings. Comments made here will be shared with the City staff members who are reviewing the project and will be shared with project decision-makers if/when the project goes to a public hearing. Our goal is to post all pertinent public information regarding the project as it is submitted, including but not limited to, site plans, traffic studies, staff comments and event announcements. You are also encouraged to reach out directly to staff listed on this site if you have other specific questions or concerns.

Participate below to tell us what you like or don’t like, share ideas, and ask questions. Then, subscribe to the project to stay in the know about what happens next.

This type and size of this development is relatively new to Fort Collins so the City is implementing a new review process and needs to know what you think.

Montava is a proposed development for a section of rural and agricultural land next to the Anheuser-Busch facility in northeast Fort Collins. The 860-acre proposal is modeled off of Traditional Neighborhood Development (TDN) or village-style development because of the wide variety of land uses. The development would include a variety of housing, amenities and public spaces. The proposal calls for a complete, connected community with new neighborhoods, parks, schools, a town center, urban agriculture, businesses, and transportation connections.

This site is meant to supplement the information provided at public outreach sessions and neighborhood meetings. Comments made here will be shared with the City staff members who are reviewing the project and will be shared with project decision-makers if/when the project goes to a public hearing. Our goal is to post all pertinent public information regarding the project as it is submitted, including but not limited to, site plans, traffic studies, staff comments and event announcements. You are also encouraged to reach out directly to staff listed on this site if you have other specific questions or concerns.

Participate below to tell us what you like or don’t like, share ideas, and ask questions. Then, subscribe to the project to stay in the know about what happens next.