The city of Aurora is updating its zoning code, and an upcoming Neighbor-to-Neighbor Roundtable will include a presentation about the proposed changes. Residents will learn where to find the draft document, which is the first to integrate three rounds of modules over the past two years, and how to provide comments.
Registration is open now for the July 26 meeting at the Aurora Municipal Center, Aurora Room, 15151 E. Alameda Parkway. A light supper will be served starting at 5:30 p.m., with the program beginning at 5:45 p.m. The program is free; however, please call 303.739.7280 to reserve a spot.
The presentation will include what the city has heard during the past two years of gathering feedback, how the modules have changed and what the next steps are to gather input.
By updating the zoning districts, permitted land uses, subdivision standards, development standards and review procedures, the city hopes to simplify a code that is overly complex, internally inconsistent and difficult to administer. In addition, the city hopes to implement strategies from the 2009 Comprehensive Plan with the new code.
The three modules that have been combined into the Integrated Draft include:
Districts and uses
Zoning and subdivision procedures
Additional feedback received will be incorporated into the final draft that will be presented to the Aurora City Council for consideration for adoption.
For information on the zoning code update, to review the Zoning Code Integrated Draft or to comment on the draft, visit AuroraGov.org/ZoningCodeUpdate.
Published on 07/12/2017
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