Building Review Commission#
Remote Meeting Participation
COVID-19 Impact on Board and Commission Meetings
Due to guidance from health officials, including County and State safer-at-home orders, Board and Commission meetings are not being held in City buildings. Meetings are being conducted online and only remote public participation is possible.
The online platform Zoom is being used to facilitate City Council meetings because of its ease of use and outstanding accessibility. Due to recent software upgrades by Zoom and the City's proactive steps to manage the platform, earlier concerns about cybersecurity have been mitigated. Additionally, all community members participating through Zoom will be automatically muted when they join the meeting, and their video feeds will not be displayed to City staff or other participants.
For instructions on how to access the meeting online or by phone, review the instructions in the Summary Agenda for the meeting (below) or review this detailed instruction guide. If you are encountering difficulties connecting to the meeting, please see Zoom's troubleshooting info.
|Download Summary Agenda||Thursday October 28, 2021|
|Download Agenda Download Summary Agenda||Thursday September 30, 2021|
|Download Agenda Download Summary Agenda||Thursday August 26, 2021|
|Download Summary Agenda||Thursday July 29, 2021|
|Download Summary Agenda||Thursday June 24, 2021|
|Download Summary Agenda||Thursday May 27, 2021|
December 31, 2021 - Katharine Penning, Justin Robinson, and Brad Massey
December 31, 2022 - Tim Johnson and Eric Richards
December 31, 2023 - Alan Cram and Mark Teplitsky
The Building Review Board (BRB) is charged with the responsibility to hear appeals and requests for variances related to the Fort Collins building codes and contractor licensing regulations.
The BRB hearing provides a formal recourse to building permit and contractor license applicants who disagree with an interpretation or ruling by the Fort Collins Building Official. The BRB is authorized to rule in favor of the applicant and to approve alternative building methods and materials that are not specifically prescribed in the building codes. This Board may also revoke or suspend a contractor license when it determines that a licensee has violated the building codes or licensing rules. In an advisory capacity, the BRB makes recommendations to City Council concerning the revision of existing codes or the adoption of new building codes and contractor regulations.
RECOMMENDED QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of City Building Codes, contractor licensing regulations, and related ordinances.