A legal non-conforming use is an existing use that has been accepted even though it does not conform to the zoning regulations for the district that it is a part of. The City and County of Broomfield has strict regulations related to properties that are designated legal non-conforming. Please contact the Planning Division if you have questions about a property with legal non-conforming use.
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For more information on zoning within the City and County of Broomfield, please reference our zoning page.
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You do not need a permit to change the lettering on an existing sign. If you are making changes to the size and design of an existing sign, you will need a permit through the Building Division.
Variance means a grant of relief from the requirements of your zone district which permits construction in a manner that would otherwise be prohibited by your zone district. To apply for a variance or determine if a variance will be required please contact the Planning Division at 303.438.6284 or Planning@Broomfield.org.
HoursThe Planning Division hours of operation are every Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PMQuestions for planning staff may be provided via email at email@example.com or by calling 303.438.6284. At this time walk in services are not available unless coordinated with planning staff.
StaffAnna Bertanzetti - Planning DirectorLynn Merwin - Principal PlannerBranden Roe - Principal PlannerJudy Hammer - Principal PlannerShelby Jablon - Senior PlannerKayla Tift - Planning Technician
Please contact the Planning Division at 303.438.6284 or Planning@Broomfield.org to discuss potential development projects.
Find out more about the review process. For additional questions about the development process, please contact planning staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.438.6284
View an estimated development timeline. Please note the development timeline varies based on project type, location and complexity. For updates on a specific project please contact planning staff at email@example.com or 303.438.6284
Urban Renewal Plan: A plan that updates and revitalizes a property from its current state. Sub-Area Plan: A plan that sets up parameters on a particular property so that it can be redeveloped.
For more information on urban renewal plans and sub-area plans please click here.