Appeals to the City Council#
The decisions of certain boards, commissions, and other decision makers can be appealed to the City Council. The Appeal Guidelines explain the process for filing an appeal.
The Appeal Form must be delivered to the City Clerk, 300 LaPorte Avenue, with original signature(s), along with a check or money order for the appeal fee ($100 payable to the City of Fort Collins).
The law requires special procedures for quasi-judicial matters, including appeals. Please review the Quasi-Judicial Council Procedures for more information.
Effective May 1, 2020, a list of pending appeals, and all documents related to each appeal, will appear in the table below:
|Subject of Appeal||Appeal Hearing Date||Appellant(s)||Original Decisionmaker||Appeal Documents|
|1306 W. Mountain Ave. Final Design Review||
October 4, 2022
|Jeffrey Schneider; Brian adn Barbara Berkausen||Historic Preservation Commission|
|Finding of Eligibility as Landmark - 1802 N. College Ave.||
September 20, 2022
|Jeffrey Cullers, Attorney for Appellant H and H Properties, LLC||Historic Preservation Commission||
|Sanctuary on the Green||
August 16, 2022
|Laura Larson||Marcus McKaskin||
Agenda Materials for August 16 Hearing (see Item 16)
|Sam's Club Fuel Station Denial of Major Amendment and Additional Permitted Use||
January 18, 2022
|Carolynne White||Planning and Zoning Commission|
|Mountain Ridge Farm - 1103 Wabash St. - Excess Water Use Fee||October 5, 2021||Brian Ball, Kathy Louderback||Lance Smith, Director|
|Guardian Self Storage||June 1, 2021||Jon Bradley, Atty for OSF Investments||Planning and Zoning Board|
|738 Campfire Drive Extra Occupancy Project Development Plan||March 16, 2021||Joseph Brown||Administrative Hearing Officer|
|724 & 726 S. College Denial of Landmark Eligibility||December 1, 2020||
Nicole R. Ament, Esq.
|Landmark Preservation Commission|
|613 S. Meldrum Modifications of Standards||October 6, 2020||
|Administrative Hearing Officer|