New Building & Development Fees Take Effect January 1
Updated building and development review fees will take effect January 1, 2022. The new fees are available HERE.
After a multi-year process, the City is updating the approach to fee collection for both development review projects and building permits. As a result of the change in methodology, some fees will increase and others will decrease. Additional information on this fee update is provided HERE.
If you would like more information on how the new fee schedule relates to your project or have questions or concerns, please contact your assigned Development Review Coordinator or DRCoord@fcgov.com.
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Development Review Center Updates#
Development Review Center: Reopening Information
In response to COVID-19, we are temporarily changing how we provide our services:
The Development Review Center is open in a limited capacity Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is closed from Noon - 1 p.m.
281 N. College Ave., including the Development Review Center, is requesting appointments for in-person service, due to limited on-site staff. All virtual services continue to be available. All appointments can be scheduled by contacting a department directly.
Land Use Code Updates#
Housing Land Use Code Changes
Fort Collins is a unique community full of eclectic neighborhoods, diverse architecture, and historic avenues, and we need help your help documenting them!
Over the next several weeks we are asking you to take pictures of the buildings and city blocks that you feel best represent the diverse character of Fort Collins. Your input will inform and help shape future City initiatives and planning.