The 2022 Visit Fort Collins Annual Report will be presented to Council.
The purpose of this item is to provide Council a list of potential identified Charter changes that could be taken to a ballot in 2023 or in future years.
The primary purpose of this work session item is to receive Council guidance on potential changes to the City’s occupancy regulations. The work session will include an overview of existing conditions, policy analysis completed to date, and a summary of community engagement. Key policy topics for this work session include: (1) the current family definition used in the City’s occupancy regulations; (2) the maximum number of occupants in a home; and (3) the City’s current extra occupancy process. Staff will also seek Council direction on a proposed approach to future community engagement on occupancy regulations.
The purpose of this work session is to discuss the water supply and storage challenges faced by the Fort Collins community and to seek direction on future engagement with Northern Water regarding the Northern Integrated Supply Project (NISP). Fort Collins is served by multiple water service providers and the challenges of significant growth and climate change will impact the entire community. Fort Collins Utilities is focused on the Halligan Water Supply Project, which will only serve the Utilities’ service area. Other water service providers in the community are relying on different efforts, such as NISP, to ensure adequate supply for their customers, which includes about 24,000 Fort Collins residents. The discussion will provide an overview of the Fort Collins Utilities’ water system; water supply challenges including drought, growth, and the Colorado River Compact; current water storage projects; and the City’s role as a regional partner with other water service providers in Northern Colorado.