Planning Commission Meetings
All meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Old Gilpin Courthouse at 203 Eureka St. in Central City, unless otherwise noted on the agenda. Meetings may be canceled or rescheduled due to lack of business or poor weather. Special meetings may also be called.
Regular March Meeting
Tuesday March 12th, 2024
In-Person Meeting: 203 Eureka Street Central City, CO 80427
Microsoft Teams Broadcast
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Meeting ID: 287 363 567 093
Next regular meeting: Tuesday April 9th, 2024
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Planning Commission Role
The Gilpin County Planning Commission is a nine-member board appointed by the Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) for the purpose of planning and plan review. They are advisory to the BoCC on all matters concerning land use and land subdivision. The Planning Commission is charged with the formulation and revision of comprehensive master plans, zoning regulations, subdivision regulations and special use permit conditions. They also conduct site-specific plan reviews associated with all of the above. The Planning Commission typically makes a recommendation on a land use case which is then sent to the Board of County Commissioners for a final decision.
If you have any questions regarding the next meeting, please contact Community Development Department staff at (303) 582-5831. Extra meeting material/handouts are typically available at the meeting on a first come, first serve basis. If you would like a copy of the material sent to the Planning Commission, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make such a request. Material is typically sent to the Planning Commission on the Friday prior to the meeting, and can be forwarded to you upon receipt of your emailed request, but only after the material has been sent to the Planning Commission. An ADA accessible entrance is located from the back parking lot, which is accessible from West 1st High Street. General parking can be found in the Courthouse lot or in the Teller lot across the street from the Courthouse, when the opera is not in session.