Am I within the city boundaries?
Just because the postal mailing address is "Littleton" doesn't mean that the address is actually within Littleton's jurisdiction. See the Littleton city limits map to search for an address.
Development Activity List (DAL)
Current development applications are available to view on the city website via the Development Activity List listing all development applications from concept through fruition. Visit www.littletongov.org/dal or click on the blue button from the city's homepage.
Pre-Application meetings are required for some cases types, including but not limited to major plan amendments, site plans, and master development plans. A pre-application meeting benefits the applicant by giving them the opportunity to present basic information to staff representatives from the Community Development, Public Works, and Fire Departments. The applicant will receive general comments on the feasibility of the plan, the process(es), submittal requirements and fees required to process and review the plan. For more information on how to request a pre-application meeting, visit the Development Application Submittal Requirements page, speak with a Planner on Call at 303-734-8076, or email DRT@littletongov.org.
Development Review Process (visual mapping)
Littleton's Comprehensive Master Plan and Design Requirements
The October 15, 2019 adopted Comprehensive Plan documents supersede and replace all previous Citywide Plan documents, as does the Unified Land Use Code adopted on October 21, 2021. Visit the following pages for detailed information and documents.
- Comprehensive Plan and Design Requirements
- What is Envision Littleton?
- What is the Unified Land Use Code (ULUC)?
- City Code
Where do I get help?
Call the Community Development Department at 303-795-3748. After your question or problem is identified, you will be directed to the appropriate staff person or you may ask for the Planner on Call through the auto attendant. You may also reach the Planner on Call directly by emailing DRT@littletongov.org or calling 303-734-8076.