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Click here to view the recording of the September 13th meeting.
The development application for the Sanctuary on the Green project was recently withdrawn after the Planning and Zoning Commission denied a modification request. Developers intend to revise plans and submit a new application.
This is a proposal for development of around 200 manufactured homes by Sun Communities. This project went through the development review process earlier in 2020 to request modifications. The requests were to build only mobile homes (instead of mixing together mobile homes with townhomes or other types of housing) and to change the way roads are designed. These modifications were approved by the Planning and Zoning Board in October. The Board also put “conditions” on the approval requiring that Sun Communities reserve a certain amount of homes as “affordable”, build 15 distinct types of homes, and meet requirements for guest parking.
Now, Sun Communities is going through the development review process with detailed plans for the site. They will be required to submit traffic study information, and information on nearby environmental resources.
You can 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.
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.
The City of Fort Collins will host a second neighborhood meeting to discuss a potential new multifamily development near Shields and Hobbit. Join us on December 14th to meet with developers and City staff, and learn more about the future of this property.