Form Spr/02 - Site Plan Review (Spr) Checklist


Boulder County Land Use Department
Intake Stamp
Courthouse Annex Building • 2045 13th Street • PO Box 471
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Phone: 303-441-3930
Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mon., Wed., Thurs, Fri.
10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday
Site Plan Review (SPR) Checklist
Land Use Planner will indicate what items need to be submitted.
Pre-Application Conference Planner:
Land Use Planner
Type of Proposal:
New Residence
New Accessory Structure(s)
Floodplain Development Permit
Grading Permit
Change in Use
Boulder County Access Permit
Other: _________________
Submitting the Application
Follow the four steps listed in this checklist and supply the requested information. Your Pre-Application Conference
planner will determine and indicate what specific items will be needed. When you finish these steps and are ready to
submit your Site Plan Review application, be sure to include:
This SPR Checklist - You will need to supply one copy of the checklist (keep the original for your files) filled out by the
Pre-Application Conference planner with your application. Be sure to sign and date it at the end.
Application Fee - Make checks payable to the Boulder County Treasurer.
SPR Application Fee(s): $
Public Notice Sign Deposit $25.00 Total Fees $
Note: The Application Fee for Site Plan Review is non-refundable.
Step 1: Obtain Building Lot Information
Building lot status is reviewed by the Land Use Department to determine whether the lot was created in accordance
with the laws of the State of Colorado and Boulder County Zoning Regulations. In making this determination, Land
Use staff primarily looks at three things:
1. Size of your lot,
2. The year the lot was created, and
3. Whether or not the lot is in a County recognized subdivision.
Note: Having an existing house or other improvements on a property does not guarantee that the lot will be recognized
as a legal building lot.
Please submit with your Site Plan Review Application, one copy of the following (if initialed by the Pre-Application
Conference planner):
Building Lot Determination - A letter from the Land Use Department verifying that the lot being
reviewed is a legal building lot. To obtain this letter, follow the directions in the Building Lot
Determination application form and Land Use Publication titled Building Lot Determination.
A determination usually takes 10-14 days, so it’s wise to submit the building lot determination request as
early as possible. The Site Plan Review will not begin until the determination has been made.
Subdivision Exemption Resolution - Resolution for approval of the lot as created and approved through
the Subdivision Exemption land use review.
Copy of current deed.
Form: SPR/02 • Rev. 05.27.16 • g:/publications/spr/SPR02SitePlanReviewChecklist.pdf


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