What's New in Development Review

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Follow this page for updates on citywide development projects.

On this page, you can:

  1. Watch videos of recent neighborhood meetings in the "Videos" tab.
  2. Submit questions or comments on proposed projects in the "Forums" tab.
  3. Track upcoming meetings and hearings under "Key Dates." (Meeting information is always posted at fcgov.com/DevelopmentReview/Proposals 48 hours in advance of the meeting).
  4. Prep for a virtual neighborhood meeting using the tips and tricks located in "Project Documents."






Follow this page for updates on citywide development projects.

On this page, you can:

  1. Watch videos of recent neighborhood meetings in the "Videos" tab.
  2. Submit questions or comments on proposed projects in the "Forums" tab.
  3. Track upcoming meetings and hearings under "Key Dates." (Meeting information is always posted at fcgov.com/DevelopmentReview/Proposals 48 hours in advance of the meeting).
  4. Prep for a virtual neighborhood meeting using the tips and tricks located in "Project Documents."






Discussions: All (3) Open (3)
  • Timberline Church Rezoning

    about 1 month ago
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    City Council will soon consider an application to rezone the Timberline Church property. 

    What is rezoning, and how might it affect your neighborhood?  Join representatives from Timberline Church and the City of Fort Collins for a Community Conversation this Thursday, October 22nd. This event will include updates on the rezoning process and opportunities to share your priorities and ideas for any future development that may occur on this site.

    You can submit your questions in advance below.

    To join the meeting by Computer, Tablet, or Smartphone: https://zoom.us/j/98110952554

    To join by phone: Dial 1 (669) 900-9128 and enter Meeting ID 981 1095 2554


    City Council will soon consider an application to rezone the Timberline Church property. 

    What is rezoning, and how might it affect your neighborhood?  Join representatives from Timberline Church and the City of Fort Collins for a Community Conversation this Thursday, October 22nd. This event will include updates on the rezoning process and opportunities to share your priorities and ideas for any future development that may occur on this site.

    You can submit your questions in advance below.

    To join the meeting by Computer, Tablet, or Smartphone: https://zoom.us/j/98110952554

    To join by phone: Dial 1 (669) 900-9128 and enter Meeting ID 981 1095 2554


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  • Spring Creek Multifamily

    about 1 month ago
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    The City of Fort Collins will host a neighborhood meeting to discuss a potential new multifamily development near Shields and Hobbit.  Join us on October 28th to meet with developers and City staff, and learn more about the future of this property.  This meeting has been postponed from it's previously scheduled date of October 21st. 

    Zoom meeting information will be posted here, and at FCGov.com/DevelopmentReview/Proposals 48 hours in advance of the meeting.

    You can submit questions here for the developers or City staff to be discussed at the meeting.  

    *This diagram is from a conceptual review with the developer, and may not represent the most recent plans.*

    The City of Fort Collins will host a neighborhood meeting to discuss a potential new multifamily development near Shields and Hobbit.  Join us on October 28th to meet with developers and City staff, and learn more about the future of this property.  This meeting has been postponed from it's previously scheduled date of October 21st. 

    Zoom meeting information will be posted here, and at FCGov.com/DevelopmentReview/Proposals 48 hours in advance of the meeting.

    You can submit questions here for the developers or City staff to be discussed at the meeting.  

    *This diagram is from a conceptual review with the developer, and may not represent the most recent plans.*

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  • Sun Communities

    6 months ago
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    Watch the July Community Q&A with Sun Communities

    Watch the May Sun Communities neighborhood meeting (access code: SunComm_2020)

    Review notes from the May neighborhood meeting

    Please submit your questions regarding Sun Communities here.  Questions and/or comments will become part of the public record for the project.  Responses to questions will be posted on the OurCity website.  

    This is a proposal for two modifications to the Land Use Code related to the potential development of a 211-unit manufactured home park to be developed, owned, and operated by Sun Communities.  

    The site is approximately 50 acres within the Low Density Mixed-Use Neighborhood (LMN) Zone District.  Before submitting a full application for a new manufactured home park, the applicants are requesting modifications to 1) the requirements for four different housing types in the LMN zone and 2) requirements for street-like private drives.  

    Watch the July Community Q&A with Sun Communities

    Watch the May Sun Communities neighborhood meeting (access code: SunComm_2020)

    Review notes from the May neighborhood meeting

    Please submit your questions regarding Sun Communities here.  Questions and/or comments will become part of the public record for the project.  Responses to questions will be posted on the OurCity website.  

    This is a proposal for two modifications to the Land Use Code related to the potential development of a 211-unit manufactured home park to be developed, owned, and operated by Sun Communities.  

    The site is approximately 50 acres within the Low Density Mixed-Use Neighborhood (LMN) Zone District.  Before submitting a full application for a new manufactured home park, the applicants are requesting modifications to 1) the requirements for four different housing types in the LMN zone and 2) requirements for street-like private drives.  

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