March 1, 2023
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Accessory Dwelling Units
Denver city planners are working with community members to look at how the Denver Zoning Code regulates Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU’s). This project will not rezone any properties. It will look at how ADUs are designed, how they fit in with different types of neighborhoods and block patterns, and how updates to the zoning code may reduce barriers to creating ADUs. Accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, are self-contained, smaller living spaces that are an extension of an existing property. They are often called mother-in-law suites, granny flats, casitas, backyard cottages, garage apartments or basement apartments. An ADU has its own kitchen, bath and sleeping area, but is not considered a separate property that could be sold on its own. Planners encourage comments on draft recommendations at:
Civic Academy Applications
Through March 24, DRCOG is seeking applications for the spring 2023 Civic Academy. Starting April 18, the seven-week in-person academy will meet every Tuesday evening from 6-9 p.m. Over the past decade, Civic Academy of the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) has inspired and prepared numerous alumni to serve as elected officials, and hundreds of participants have gone on to positions in public agencies or nonprofit organizations that shape Colorado’s future. Many more have used the knowledge and experience they gained to simply become more involved in their neighborhoods and communities.