Board of Adjustments
What is the Board of Adjustments?
The Zoning Board of Adjustment is a quasi-judicial board which has the power to alter and/or terminate property rights within the bounds of the Colorado law. Board of Adjustments is an administrative agency for hearing and deciding zoning appeals. It is created for the purpose of adjusting differences that may from time to time arise between the Commissioner of Public Utilities, Grounds and Buildings, or other officials charged with duties under the zoning ordinance, and citizens or property owners, or those desiring to use property and premises for certain purposes. It is also referred as board of adjustment or board of zoning appeals.
The Board of Adjustment shall also have the following duties:
To grant or deny variances, the Board shall consider that all seven criteria and standards are met before issuing any variance. Variance standards are listed in Sec.16—120 of Town Code.
To hear and decide such other special questions not inconsistent with the regulations contained in this Chapter, upon which the Board of Adjustment is authorized by resolution of the Town.
To hear and decide whether a specific use is expressly permitted in a use group as specified in Town Zoning regulations.
To decide questions concerning the interpretation of this Town Zoning Chapter where any ambiguity or conflict exists or concerning the application of this Town Code to specific property.
The Board of Adjustment shall render written decisions accompanied by findings of fact and conclusions based thereon.
Current Board of Adjustments Members:
Board of Adjustments Meetings
Meets on an as needed basis