Regulation Updates

Regulation Amendments

Proposed Revisions to the Transportation Design and Construction Manual

Case Number: 22-122945AM
Case Manager: Lindsey Wire

The following summarizes the proposed changes to the Transportation Design and Construction Manual.

  • Chapter 3:
    • Update Standard Templates to provide additional flexibility for public streets.
    • Clarify that within the area of the Vision Clearance triangle, there shall be no fence, wall, landscaping, structure or other obstruction to view more than thirty-six (36) inches in height.
    • Update Section 3.7.8 to remove the statement that the appropriate Fire Protection District may approve alternate standards.
  • Chapter 5:
    • New subsection Median Cover Material and Median Edging Patterned Concrete
    • New subsection Detectable Warnings on Concrete Curb Ramps
    • New subsection Waterproofing Membranes
    • Revision to subsection Signs. Wording changes and subsection is now Signs, Sign Posts, and Anchors.
    • Revision to Section 5.2 Construction Standards table. New standard drawings inserted as described below. 
      • 16 Detectable Warnings on Concrete Curb Ramps
      • 17 Waterproofing Membranes
      • 18 Median Cover Material Patterned Concrete
      • 19 Median Edging Patterned Concrete
  • Transportation Studies Appendix:
    • Create three types: Trip Generation Memoranda, Transportation Analysis, and Transportation Impact Studies
  • Modifications to Standard Templates 1, 2, 3, and 4

The proposed regulation changes with red-marks are below:

If you have any questions, please contact us here.

Short-Term Rental Regulation Updates

The first draft of the Short-Term Rental Regulation updates is coming. Check back here for updates!

A Virtual Community Meeting was held to discuss the Short-Term Rental Regulation Updates on June 30, 2022. 

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A Short-Term Rental is currently defined in the Jefferson County Zoning Resolution as: a single family detached dwelling or portion thereof that contains not more than 5 bedrooms, that is used for, or advertised and available for use for, accommodations or lodging of guests paying a fee or other compensation, for a period of fewer than 30 consecutive days.

Discussion topics:

  • An overview of current regulations
  • A discussion of the aspects of a poorly run Short-Term Rental
  • A discussion of the aspects of a well run Short-Term Rental
  • Regulations that could be implemented to ensure a well run Short-Term Rental

Do you have additional input on Short-Term Rentals in unincorporated Jeffco? Email us here.


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