Notice of Proposed Text Amendment #5 & Legislative Map Amendment #2019I-00104 – National Western Center
|OFFICIAL TEXT AMENDMENT AND LEGISLATIVE MAP AMENDMENT (NATIONAL WESTERN CENTER)|
PUBLIC REVIEW DRAFT NOTIFICATION
|Case Numbers||#5 (Text Amendment)|
#2019I-00104 (Map Amendment)
|This text amendment proposes to establish in the Denver Zoning Code four new zone districts referred to as Campus-National Western Center-Bettie Cram (CMP-NWC-BC), Campus-National Western Center-General (CMP-NWC-G), Campus-National Western Center-Outdoor Intensive (OI) and Campus-National Western Center-Riverfront (CMP-NWC-R) in furtherance of implementation of the National Western Center Master Plan and Globeville and Elyria and Swansea Neighborhood Plans. The Text Amendments shown as redline changes can be found online at: https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/community-planning-and-development/zoning/text-amendments/National_Western_Center_Zoning.html|
|Proposer||Jill Jennings Golich, Interim Executive Director of Community Planning & Development /|
Gretchen Hollrah, Executive Director of the Mayor’s Office of the National Western Center
|This map amendment proposes to apply the new zone districts, as finally approved*, to the properties generally bounded by the South Platte River, Race Court, the BNSF railway property and East 46th Avenue with some exceptions, from I-A, UO-2; I-B, UO-2; and I-MX-5, UO-2 to CMP-NWC-BC, UO-2, CMP-NWC-G, UO-2, CMP-NWC-OI, UO-2 and CMP-NWC-R, UO-2. See attached exhibits|
and legal descriptions. The subject properties are shown on the map in the Public Review Draft found online at:
*The text of the CMP-NWC-BC, CMP-NWC-G, CMP-NWC-OI and CMP-NWC-R zone districts are subject to change until the final approval by City Council.
|Proposer||Jill Jennings Golich, Interim Executive Director of Community Planning & Development|
|Case Manager||Brad Johnson|
Senior City Planner
|PHONE/EMAIL||720-865-2607 / brad.johnson2|
|PLANNING BOARD PUBLIC Hearing INFORMATION|
|Once scheduled, information on the Planning Board Public Hearing will be available at:|
|** NOTICE IS PROVIDED TO ALL REGISTERED NEIGHBORHOOD ORGANIZATIONS **|
|** NOTICE IS PROVIDED TO ALL CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS **|
Any questions regarding these proposals may be directed to Brad Johnson, Senior City Planner, at 720-865-2607 or brad.johnson2
RNOs may take a position on the text amendment, the map amendment, or both. The “RNO Position Statement.pdf” located at PlanningServices prior to the Planning Board Hearing.
WRITTEN COMMENTS WILL BE DISPERSED AS FOLLOWS:
Written comments received by 5 p.m. 9 days prior to the Planning Board Public Hearing will be attached to the staff report that is provided to the Board. Written comments received after that time and prior to 12 p.m. (noon) on the day before the Hearing will be emailed regularly to the Board; hard copies of these comments also will be distributed to the Board at the Hearing. Written comments received after 12 p.m. (noon) on the day before the Hearing will not be distributed to the Board; to ensure these comments are considered by the Board, please submit them to the Board during the Hearing.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS AND ORGANIZATIONS SHOULD EXPRESS THEIR CONCERNS OR SUPPORT ON EITHER OR BOTH OF THE TEXT AMENDMENT AND THE MAP AMENDMENT PROPOSALS AT THE PLANNING BOARD HEARING AND AT THE PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE CITY COUNCIL.