- Estes Park Planning Commission: Land Use
The Estes Park Planning Commission is a five-member Town commission that reviews development proposals and subdivision proposals within the Estes Park Town Limits. All Commissioners must reside within the Town limits for the duration of their term. The Town Board provides a Liaison to attend meetings and share pertinent information with the Board.
This Commission meets on the third Tuesday of the month at 1:30 p.m. in the Board Room of Town Hall, 170 MacGregor Avenue, Estes Park. The public is encouraged to participate. A study session, which is open to the public, is held at the Town Hall prior to each Planning Commission meeting. Public comment is not heard at study sessions. The starting time of the study session varies, depending on the length of the agenda.
Agendas, Minutes, and Meeting Packets can be found on the Town of Estes Park Boards and Meetings page.
NAME TERM EXPIRATION Matt Comstock March 31, 2026 Joe Elkins March 31, 2024 Howard Hanson March 31, 2022 Matt Heiser March 31, 2024 Steve Murphree March 31, 2022 Barbara MacAlpine Town Board Liasion
To contact Planning Commissioners, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Written comments can also be mailed to Town Hall, PO Box 1200, Room 210, Estes Park, CO 80517, or delivered to 170 MacGregor Avenue.
Intergovernmental Agreement with Amendments-expired as of 3/31/20
- Estes Park Board of Adjustment: Variance Requests
The Estes Park Board of Adjustment is a three-member Town board that reviews and has final decision-making authority over variance requests within the Estes Park. The governing document is the Estes Park Development Code. All Members must reside within the Town limits for the duration of their term.
The Estes Park Board of Adjustment meets as needed on the first Tuesday of the month at 9:00 a.m. in the Board Room of Town Hall, 170 MacGregor Avenue, Estes Park. If the preceding Monday is a holiday, the meeting will be held on the second Tuesday of the month.
Agendas, Minutes, and Meeting Packets can be found on the Boards and Meetings page.
NAME TERM EXPIRATION Jeff Moreau March 31, 2023 Wayne Newsom March 31, 2021 Joe Holtzman March 31, 2022
To contact Board Members, please email email@example.com. Written comments can also be mailed to Town Hall, PO Box 1200, Room 210, Estes Park, CO 80517, or delivered to 170 MacGregor Ave.
- Estes Park Board of Appeals: Building Decisions
Consisting of design professionals and contractors, the Estes Park Board of Appeals hears and decides appeals of decisions made by the Chief Building Official. The Board makes recommendations to the Town Board of Trustees concerning the application of the International Building Codes and Local Amendments.,The Estes Park Board of Appeals consists of five members who serve staggered five-year terms. All members are appointed by the Board of Trustees of the Town of Estes Park and must reside in the Estes Valley for the duration of their term. This is a technical board. Members must have construction experience as described in the Board of Appeals Roles & Responsibilities.
The Board does not have regularly scheduled meetings, and meets as needed.,
When applicable, Agendas, Minutes, and Meeting Packets can be found on the Boards and Meetings page.
NAME TERM EXPIRATION Joe Calvin, Chair May 1, 2023 Amy Plummer December 31, 2023 Brad Klein May 1, 2021 Don Darling May 1, 2022 vacant
If you are a homeowner or contractor seeking an appeal from the CBO download the application here.
When vacancies in boards and commissions occur, a notice is published in the local newspaper. Town appointments are made by the Estes Park Board of Trustees, following an application and interview process. County appointments are made by the Larimer County Board of Commissioners.