The city will have a maximum of four marijuana dispensaries.
Cutting outdoor water use in Commerce City stymied by “legacy” landscape code
City regulations don’t allow residents to tear out turf from the grass strip between the sidewalk and the road.
Pickleball is booming in Colorado. One city isn’t so sure it likes the sound.
Noise complaints about pickleball have exploded nationwide as the sport’s popularity has gone into hyperdrive.
Brighton gives big incentive offer in hopes of luring state’s biggest EV battery plant
A California company is eyeing a 775,000-square-foot space in Brighton for lithium-ion battery production.
Boulder won’t say where it’s creating a neighborhood drug recovery house, drawing ire from residents
The city is scheduled to close on a property in an undisclosed neighborhood in early March.
Small Colorado town’s residents try novel tactic to fight state’s next Topgolf location
Opponents want voters to decide whether fence heights should be lowered in town.
Colorado’s population growth hit a wall. Here’s what to expect in the coming decades
It’s been 33 years since the state added this few new residents.
A year after Westminster OK’d redevelopment of a historic farm, the desire to save it hasn’t died
Uplands developer says a groundbreaking could happen this summer — at the earliest.
Another Colorado county considers “300-year rule” for water supply as population booms
Arapahoe County has launched an 18-month study to assess water supply and future development.
Builders raise alarm in Thornton, where fight over water threatens new construction in tight housing market
After nearly four years of lawsuits, court decisions and recriminations between Larimer County and Thornton over the city’s efforts to pipe water from the Cache la Poudre River to fuel future growth, Colorado’s home builders are now weighing in with a warning that the ongoing standoff risks worsening the state’s affordable housing crisis.