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Neighborhood Meetings

Below is a list of recent public meetings. Click on the link for the recorded video. 

Serratoga Falls

Serratoga Falls Amended Sketch Plan Neighborhood Meeting – Video
Serratoga Falls Amended Sketch Plan Presentation Packet

Timnath Ranch

Timnath Ranch Sketch Plan & Rezone Meeting – Video
Timnath Ranch Sketch Plan & Rezone Notification Letter

Timnath Landing

Timnath Lakes Augmentation Pond Neighborhood Meeting – Video
Timnath Landing Augmentation Pond Neighborhood Meeting

Trailside

Front Range Retirement Community Neighborhood Meeting
Front Range Retirement Community Neighborhood Meeting Presentation
Front Range Retirement Community Neighborhood Meeting – Video

Timnath Trail at Riverbend

Timnath Trail at Riverbend Phase 2 Neighborhood Meeting Notice

Community Input During Development Review

Development projects in Town go through a detailed internal and referral agency review as well as a process to ensure that it adheres to local and state requirements and fits the current and long-term planning goals of the Town.

As part of the development review process, neighboring property owners and interested parties have the opportunity to provide feedback on the project. In Timnath, we call these Neighborhood Meetings and they are a requirement outlined in the Land Use Code and an integral part of the development review process.

Neighborhood Meetings happen after the project applicant submits a formal application to the Town and prior to a Public Hearing. Additional Neighborhood Meetings may be scheduled to communicate project changes or to get additional feedback from neighbors or interested parties.

Neighborhood Meetings are required for all projects that include Comprehensive Plan Amendments, Sketch Plan Applications, Rezoning Applications, Preliminary Plat Applications, and certain Development Site Plans. Each of these applications and stages of the development review process include the need for sharing project information with the community.

The purpose is to engage adjacent neighborhoods and impacted residents and businesses in the development review process. These meetings are intended to provide project details to neighbors and interested parties, to answer questions, and to raise project awareness.