Community Development

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There are two divisions in Community Development: Current Planning and Long Range Planning.

We ensure development in the City occurs in an orderly, safe and attractive manner. Our goal is protecting the economic and physical vibrancy expected by our community.

We are responsible for the entire development review process, which includes:

  • Annexations
  • Zoning
  • Site planning
  • Plats
  • Engineering
  • Building and inspections

Our staff works with applicants, citizen groups and referral agencies. We help them keep projects in compliance with City plans and regulations.

The Land Development Code (LDC) is the primary set of development and zoning regulations for the City of Centennial.

 

Land Development Code

Thinking about developing in the City?

View the Land Development Process

Contact the Zoning Hotline at 303-754-3308 for assistance.

The City has adopted a number of long-range planning studies to guide the growth and development of the City.

Learn more about these plans.

Centennial NEXT is an initiative that engaged the public in defining a shared vision for the City between now and 2040. City Council approved the updated Comprehensive Plan in late 2018.

Learn more about Centennial NEXT and the updated Comprehensive Plan.

Active and recently approved land use cases requiring a public hearing are listed and updated as received.

The list is updated as new applications are received and approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission and/or City Council. Applications remain on the list until they are either constructed, withdrawn, or expired.

What's Being Built? Map - This is a summary of active land use cases and projects under construction in Centennial, CO.

Active Land Use Cases Map - View active and recently approved land use cases in the City. For questions on an application, please contact the reviewing planner listed or call the Zoning Hotline at 303-754-3308.

Use the Property Search tool to view zoning information for any address in the City.

What's My Zoning?