Downtown Development Authority#
Rocky Mountain Innosphere, 320 East Vine Drive | Update: As of May 2020, all DDA Executive Committee and Board of Directors meetings are held online via ZOOM Video Communications. More information at https://downtownfortcollins.org/about/dda-board-meetings/
December 31, 2021 - Chris Aronson, Mark Williams, and Janet Bramhall
December 31, 2023 - Angel Kwiatkowski, Dwight Hall, and Rebecca Hill
December 31, 2024- David Lingle, Jenny Schultz and Amanda Huston
County Commissioner Kristin Stephens serves as a member of the Board.
The Downtown Development Authority is appointed by the City Council and serves as the primary planning and development advisor for downtown Fort Collins. The Authority is quasi-autonomous, has certain powers and duties granted to it by Colorado Statute, has authority to levy a property tax up to 5 mills for its operations and has the ability to issue tax increment bonds to provide public services within its boundaries.
Must be a landowner, resident or business tenant within the boundaries of the Authority and have an interest in the revitalization and rejuvenation of downtown Fort Collins as the hub of community activity.