Given the significant volume of public input received on the group living proposal during the open houses held earlier this year, the project’s volunteer advisory committee will be considering potential updates to the proposal in a virtual meeting scheduled for Wednesday, May 27.
Click here for details on the meeting and how to make reservations to participate either by joining the online meeting or listening by phone.
Denver is seeing increasing demand for non-traditional housing. With the evolving needs of our residents in mind, along with recent changes to other housing regulations, city planners will work with an advisory committee to evaluate the Denver Zoning Code’s rules for “group living.” This evaluation will include a review of land uses and definitions for: households, community corrections facilities, shelters for the homeless, residential care homes, new uses like tiny home villages, and more. Based on this evaluation, planners will recommend updates to the zoning code for some or all of these housing types.