Planning Commission Meeting
Regular Meeting
2 items Tue, Jun 8, 2021 at 5:30pm
∙ Denied 1 to 4.
∙ Agenda item 2 of 2
∙ Case: CPA-2021-17
Patterson Road Access Control Plan
This project is focused on developing an Access Control Plan for approximately 7 miles of Patterson Road between I-70B on the west to Lodgepole Street on the east, just outside of City limits. Access points include everything from public street intersections to gated entries to agricultural fields. This is a long-range plan that defines where access points will be located and what level of access will be allowed, meaning which turning movements will be allowed, as properties redevelop and conditions in the corridor change.
Staff Presentation


Patterson Rd Access Study ( 10.96 MB )
Patterson Rd Access Study- Appendices ( 29.0 MB )
GJSpeaks - Response to Public Comments ( 0.22 MB )
Public Comments on the April 2021 Patterson Road ACP draft ( 7.86 MB )
Public Comments on the January 2021 Patterson Road ACP draft ( 4.13 MB )
Public Notice - June 8th PC Hearing - Patterson Road ACP ( 0.06 MB )
Patterson Rd ACP Brochure - March 2021 ( 0.06 MB )
Patterson Rd ACP Brochure - April 2021 ( 0.06 MB )
FAQ ( 0.18 MB )
Planning Commission Minutes - 23 Feb 2021 - Patterson Road ACP ( 0.02 MB )
Draft Ordinance ( 0.06 MB )
Decision Criteria
Each decision maker will follow the criteria below when voting on this item.

Per Section 21.02.130, the Planning Commission and City Council shall base their decisions in consideration of the extent to which the applicant demonstrates that the following criteria have been met:

(1) The City may amend the Comprehensive Plan, neighborhood plans, corridor plans and area plans if the proposed change is consistent with the vision (intent), goals and policies of the Comprehensive Plan and:

(i) Subsequent events have invalidated the original premises and findings; and/or

(ii) The character and/or conditions of the area has changed such that the amendment is consistent with the Plan; and/or

(iii) Public and community facilities are adequate to serve the type and scope of land use proposed; and/or

(iv) An inadequate supply of suitably designated land is available in the community, as defined by the presiding body, to accommodate the proposed land use; and/or

(v) The community or area, as defined by the presiding body, will derive benefits from the proposed amendment.

Public Comments
Commenting on this item has ended.
Online comments closed at 5:30 PM MDT 6/7/21.
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