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Littleton residents worry about housing affordability, availability

The lack of housing availability and affordability was discussed at length during a special town hall meeting hosted by the Littleton Independent on June 30. more

Littleton community hears from three city manager finalists

The three finalists, which city council whittled down from a pool of 77 applicants, all currently live in Colorado and bring years of public service experience from current and past city manager roles. more

Parker hears first look at possible Mainstreet developments

Parker’s Urban Renewal Authority heard proposals for the first time from the company that may develop several plots of land along the town’s Mainstreet, including Pine Curve, during an … more

Judge rules against developer in lawsuit against Littleton City Council

A developer that sought to overturn a decision by Littleton's city council to not pursue a rezoning plan for its mixed-use development lost its case after an Arapahoe County judge ruled in the council's favor.  more

Littleton residents call for halt on future developments

Several Littleton residents, during an April 5 city council meeting, called on city leaders to halt new developments and lambasted the city's land-use code, prompting the most direct and public defence of the code yet from city staff. more

With a lawsuit and referendum pending, Aspen Grove overhaul plans move forward

Redevelopment plans for a Littleton shopping center that sparked a citizens' petition, triggered an election referendum and led to a lawsuit against the city are forging ahead.  On March 16, … more

City seeks to aid in Littleton Village’s woes

Proposed as a walkable, vibrant community in 2014, Littleton Village stands today as an isolated assortment of housing surrounded by mostly vacant land and a growing sinkhole.  more

Englewood launches overhaul of planning, development code

As the City of Englewood looks to overhaul its land use and development code, which the city has dubbed Project CodeNext, planning and zoning officials hosted an in-person forum Feb. 17 to hear … more
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