Second Reading for Residential Building and Short-Term Rental Projects is June 28, 2022
As the project team prepares to finalize code language for the Shaping Aspen’s Built Environment – Residential Building Project and Short-Term Rental projects, we would like to thank everyone in our community who has contributed to these projects over the last many months. All of the time you have spent with our project team and staff, and the input you have provided, has greatly contributed to the proposed policies being presented before Aspen City Council.
On June 14, 2022, City staff presented project code amendments to Council for First Reading. Materials reviewed and discussed at this meeting included the draft ordinance language related to the Residential Building, in addition to supporting project data, and engagement effort summaries.
Second Reading for both residential building and short-term rentals will be presented to Council on June 28, 2022, at 5 p.m. Public Comment will be welcome at this meeting.
Code amendment proposals are outlined below, and additional details are available on Aspen Community Voice
. Council packets are uploaded to aspen.gov
the Friday prior to the scheduled council meeting and/or work session. If you are unable to attend and would like to submit public comment, please email PublicComment@aspen.gov
Proposed code amendment changes for the Residential Building Project are in regard to:
• Demolition and Redevelopment
• Affordable Housing Mitigation for Residential Development
• Affordable Housing, Development Review
• Additional Affordable Housing Opportunities
• Affordable Housing Fee-in-Lieu
• Calculations and Measures
Contact Ben Anderson
, Principal Planner in Community Development.
Proposed code amendment changes for the Short-Term Rental Project are in regard to:
• Definition Amendments
• Valid 2021-2022 Permits
• STR Regulations
For more information about the progress of residential building and short-term rentals,