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Building Review Commission#

Prior to April 20, 2021, the Building Review Commission was called the Building Review Board.  Older records (documents) will appear under the name Building Review Board.  [Ordinance No. 049, 2021]

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Download Summary Agenda Thursday June 30, 2022
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Download Summary Agenda Thursday January 27, 2022

View Agendas on Citydocs


Meeting Schedule#

Last Thursday of each month, 9:00 a.m.  | View meeting schedule

PLEASE NOTE:  Due to holiday conflicts, the November and December meetings will be held a week earlier.  Please view the meeting schedule for details.

Meeting Location: Council Chambers, City Hall, 300 Laporte Avenue

Miscellaneous Info#

Current Members#

December 31, 2022 - Tim Johnson, Eric Richards

December 31, 2023 - Alan Cram, Mark Teplitsky

December 31, 2025 - Shaun Moscrip

Shirley Peel


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.

5 hours/month