Planning

The Town of Larkspur has a current Planning Commission made up of resident volunteers. The Planning Commission volunteers are appointed by the Larkspur Town Council. The purpose of the Planning Commission is to review all land use applications prior to the Town Council and make formal recommendations.  The Planning Commission powers and duties include:

  1. To make and adopt a Town Master Plan
  2. To review and approve conceptual plans, when applicable.
  3. To review and make recommendations to the Town Council for amendments to the Larkspur Zoning Ordinance and for rezoning of land.
  4. To review and make recommendations to the Town Council for other planning and zoning matters.

Current Projects that are in review:

 Dumler Travel Stop
(a) Project Narrative (b). Report to Town Council

Moltz Construction Building
(a) Project Narrative (b). Report to Town Council

Jellystone/Sun Communities
(a) Project Narrative (b). Report to Town Council

Planning Commission Meetings are every 2nd and 4th Monday of the Month.

May 8th – Agenda

June 12th – Agenda

June 26th – Agenda

July 10th – Agenda

July 24th – Agenda

Development Status:

Larkspur Water Storage, Distribution Lines & Water Treatment Plant Projects

The Town of Larkspur has entered the final stage of the Well Project. Since 2014 the Town has drilled a new well in the Arapahoe aquifer, installed new transmission pipeline from the new well to the new 451,000 gallon water storage tank. To date CDPHE has approved the plans for the Water Treatment Plant and provided that funding is achieved, the construction of the new Water Treatment Plant should begin this spring.