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Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Public hearing to be held regarding St. Mark Village application

UPDATE: Staff recommends the public hearing on St. Mark Village Comprehensive Plan Amendment scheduled for Monday, July 8, be continued to Monday, Aug 26, at 7 p.m. On the same date, City Council will hold a public hearing on the Preliminary Development Plan and Official Development Plan for the St. Mark Village proposed development. The purpose of this continuance is to allow the public, staff and the applicant more time to review and address concerns and questions that have been raised on specific aspects of the proposed development.


The public hearing for the proposed community to be developed at 3100 W. 97th Ave., which began on June 24, will continue on Monday, July 8, during the regular City Council Meeting at 7 p.m., held at Westminster City Hall, 4800 W. 92nd Ave.

Other neighborhood meetings on this issue were held on Wednesday, February 27, at Westminster High School and at St. Mark Catholic Church on Tuesday, July 2. 

St. Charles Town Company owns property at the northwest corner of Federal Boulevard and 97th Avenue and seeks to build a multi-family, residential-only project at this location. The property is approximately six acres, known at St. Mark Village and is west of the existing Wishbone restaurant.

The St. Mark Village applicant/owner would like to develop a multi-family, residential-only project here, which is not allowed under the current mixed-use designation. Therefore, St. Charles Town Company has proposed an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan to change the land use for this parcel from mixed-use to R-36 residential. Learn more about the application and project


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