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Yes, health department fees are assessed at the time the case is submitted to Planning and Zoning. A list of established fees is available upon request.
Yes, reports prepared by the Environmental Planner are public record. Please call 303-271-5763 if you would like to obtain a report on a specific development proposal.
We review all land use proposals referred to us by the County Planning and Zoning Division. You can go to Jeffco Planning and Zoning - Active Cases for information on active planning cases in unincorporated Jefferson County. Many cities will also refer proposals to the health department for comment, however, you will need to contact the Planning or Community Development office for each municipality for information on active cases.
The list of topics varies considerably based on the type of development that is proposed. In most cases the provision of water and sewer service, as well as air and water pollution impacts, are important issues. We may also provide recommendations to incorporate design features that will promote active living concepts, such as access to multi-modal transportation options, aging in place, and working, living and recreating in one place. In other cases, subjects such as noise levels, effects of power lines, animal manure management, and prevention of diseases such as West Nile Virus are included in the review.