Adopted area plans provide the legal basis for rezoning proposals in Denver. They are also used as a guide for budgeting and project implementation with various Denver agencies such as Public Works and Community Planning & Development.
To assist property owners in modification of existing structures, or design of new structures in our Denver Landmark Districts, Curtis Park Neighbors has a Design Review Committee ready to help provide input and advice for working through the City’s Landmark review process, Zoning administrative adjustment and Variance processes, and more.
In addition, we have an extensive section on this website, Home Alterations, to help guide you through many common questions, design issues, and character-defining features of our neighborhood. If you are planning new construction, be sure to reach out to the Design Review Committee as early as possible in your planning process.
As a major land-owner in Curtis Park, the Denver Housing Authority works closely with the neighborhood on operations of their existing properties, and plans for their significant vacant land holdings.
Membership in the committee is open to all in Curtis Park. Write to CPN-DHA-CACfirstname.lastname@example.org to join.