Keyword: Littleton City Council
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Future of affordable senior living complex in Littleton still uncertain as city seeks options

As the future of an age-restricted affordable housing complex in downtown Littleton continues to face uncertainty, city officials are saying it's business as usual, for now.  more

Littleton council eyes string of priorities over next year

Littleton’s city council is staring down a full plate of priorities for the remainder of 2022 and into 2023, hoping to tackle a slew of initiatives on financial sustainability, arts and … 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

How Littleton city officials might spend $12 million in federal pandemic aid

With the City of Littleton slated to receive the second-half of its $12 million in federal pandemic-relief money this June, staff have outlined a roadmap for how the funds may be used over the next … more

Proposal to add high-density housing to Littleton’s Aspen Grove headed for city-wide vote

A proposal to rezone southwest Littleton’s Aspen Grove shopping center for high-density, mixed-use housing is headed to a city-wide vote after  residents petitioned to hold a referendum. more

Littleton council lands recruitment firm as it searches for its next city manager

With a search firm secured, the City of Littleton is entering the early stages of its efforts to replace City Manager Mark Relph, who announced plans to retire in June. The city council on Tuesday … more

Littleton City Council reignites debate on funding immigrant resources center

With a surplus of funding on hand, city council members reopened a debate on the future of Littleton’s only affordable resource center for documented immigrants after it was defunded by the previous council in September.  more

Littleton city staff sees rise in coronavirus cases

As Colorado sees record-high coronavirus cases spurred by the highly contagious omicron variant, about 5% of staff for the City of Littleton is currently infected and in quarantine. more
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