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30 S. Nevada Avenue, Suite 105
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Phone: (719) 385-5905
Fax: (719) 385-5167
Email: 
Hours: Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm Monday through Friday





City of Colorado Springs / Land Use Review

Land Use Review

 

Parkside Development Plan

Interpretation

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Waldo Canyon Fire

Recovery Resource Guide

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Mission Statement:

The Land Use Review Division ensures that the land use pattern created by new development meets the standards of the Zoning Code and Subdivision Regulations and is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and enhances the quality of life and the design of the community.

 

The Land Use Review Division:

  • Reviews development applications and provides management of development proposals and provides professional planning recommendations to the Planning Commission and City Council.
  • Investigates and resolves zoning and land use violations
  • Reviews various types of administrative permits (i.e., temporary use permits, day care home permits, home occupation permits and right-of-way encroachment permits)
  • Provides information regarding zoning, land use and development proposals to the general public and the development community

If you are interested in finding information about a particular area of the city or about a specific development project, anyone may call or come to the Land Use Review Division office or use the online SpringsView, LDRS or LUIS Track programs. Any of these online programs can be accessed from the list directly to the left.

 

SpringsView provides an overall aerial view of the City. The LDRS program will provide information about development projects however a tax schedule number or file number is required. The LUIS Track program will provide the status of a development project under review; a tax schedule number, file number, project or street is also required.