On Tuesday, April 26, 2022, the Aspen City Council (the “Council”) voted to extend its residential moratorium on (i) any new land-use applications for development approval and (ii) certain building permits for residential uses. The original Ordinance #27 was enacted on December 8, 2021 and was originally set to expire on June 8,
As Denver’s housing market continues to thrive, so, too, do the development-related concerns of existing residents. The rapid pace of development in many City-close neighborhoods has at times pitted residents desiring attractive, pedestrian-oriented communities against developers responding to high demand for urban housing options. On Monday, August 22, 2016, the Denver City Council passed a pair of City-wide development moratoria aimed at addressing parking and architectural issues. CB16-0498 concerns use of the City’s small zone lot parking exemption. CB-16-0541 places a one-year moratorium on use of the Zoning Code’s Garden Court Building Form. Both bills passed with a unanimous vote of Councilmembers present and took effect August 25, 2016.
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