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What should I do when I receive a public hearing notice?
A public hearing is a process that is intended to provide members of the public an opportunity to bring information to the attention of the Planning Commission and/or the City Council on matter concerning land development or other public interests. If and when you receive a public hearing notice or see a public hearing sign posted on a property you may:
  • Call the phone number listed on the public notice to speak directly with the staff contact for additional information on the project

  • Review the application materials on file at the Community Development Department, or other appropriate city department

  • Mail, fax (303-665-2153) or contact us with your written comments concerning the project or issue to the Community Development Department

  • Appear before the Planning Commission and/or the City Council to give oral testimony on the day of the public hearing

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