Envision Littleton Update

Envision Littleton is in Phase 3! We have 5 Phases this year and on Tuesday, March 12 we met with the Joint Leadership of City Council & Planning Commission to review the data books of existing conditions for the overall City and the transportation system of the City; this ends Phase 1 and Phase 2 and sets the foundation for how we approach planning for the next 10-20 years. The data books are available on the dedicated website EnvisionLittleton.org.

Speaker Series #2 on April 19 – Only a Few Seats Left
The April 19 event will feature Darin Atteberry, City Manager, City of Fort Collins, CO. The event is FREE, but requires advance registration. Only a few seats remain so register today at: https://envision-series2.eventbrite.com. The recording of Speaker Series #1 held on February 27 with Chris Akers, Economist for the State Demographer’s Office is now available on the City’s YouTube Channel.

Envision is out in the Community
Request a meeting or presentation by emailing Kathleen Osher. You can also keep track of events on the website EnvisionLittleton.org.

Phase 1 & 2 Taught Us about the City; Test Your Knowledge with this Short Quiz
Visit Open Littleton to test your knowledge of the City!

Envision Littleton’s Focus will be Community Character
The Comprehensive Plan update and new Transportation Master Plan will be aided by a process to define both existing and future Community Character. This is something brand new to Littleton and a unique offering of Kendig Keast Collaborative (KKC); it is the number one reason they were the right partner for us to update the comprehensive plan. Focusing on “community character” will enhance our approach to land use planning, neighborhood conservation, and open space preservation. Littleton currently has a large mix of character types based on KKC’s presentation on 3/12…we may win the prize of the MOST characters ever in one City. The study session presentation is online if you would like to learn more. Our next study session with City Council and Planning Commission will be on April 23.