City Council's LUTI committee sets dates
for ongoing review of group living proposal

Members of City Council's Land Use, Transportation and Infrastructure Committee have created a schedule to discuss topics addressed in the proposed changes to Denver's group living rules. The meetings will be held virtually on Zoom and will be broadcast live on Denver 8.

Upcoming topics
  • October 6: Household regulations: alternatives and revisions
  • November 3: Residential care introduction
  • November 10: Residential care regulations, community corrections and proposed "type 2" size, lot minimums and locations
  • November 17: Former chapter 59 ("old zoning code") and enforcement
  • December 1: Wrap up and final committee action

How to watch
Community office hours appointments still available

City planners have been answering questions and taking comments on the proposed group living rules update at community office hours the last few weeks. Spots are still available for the small group sessions scheduled for Thursday, September 17. Use the link below to make your appointment.
About the Group Living Project
Denver has an immediate need for housing. With the evolving needs of our residents in mind, the challenges of the ongoing pandemic, the renewed push for addressing issues of race and equity, and changes to other housing regulations, city planners has been working with an advisory committee to evaluate the Denver Zoning Code’s rules for “group living.” This evaluation has included 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.