On October 19, 2021, the Littleton City Council approved an ordinance adopting the Unified Land Use Code (ULUC). It becomes effective October 28, 2021.
The October 15, 2019 adopted Comprehensive Plan documents below supersede and replace all previous Citywide Plan documents, as does the Unified Land Use Code.
- Envision Littleton Comprehensive Plan (Adopted 10.15.2019)
- Comprehensive Plan APPENDIX (Adopted 10.15.2019) (Includes Envision Littleton 2040 Report, Existing City Data Book, Community Engagement Process and Summary Results, and Fiscal Impact Analysis Report)
- Future Land Use and Character Map (Adopted 10.15.2019)
- Transportation Master Plan (Adopted 10.15.2019)
- Three Mile Plan (2015) (Annexation)
Unified Land Use Code (ULUC - Title 10)
- Arapaho Hills National Historic District - Voluntary Design Guidelines (2016)
- Downtown Littleton Design Standards (Adopted July 2018/addendum April 2020)
- Downtown Littleton Historic Preservation Design Guidelines (2011)
- Landscape Design Criteria Manual (1992)
- Louthan Heights Historic District Design Guidelines (2017)
- South Platte River Corridor Development Design Guidelines (2000)
- Small Cell Design Criteria Supplement (2019)
Relevant Studies and References
- Littleton Housing Study Final Report (2019)
- Mineral Station Area Framework (Adopted March 2018)
- Additional Historic Preservation Studies
Parks, Open Space, and South Platte River Corridor Plans
- South Suburban Parks and Recreation Master Plan
- South Platte River Corridor Vision - South Platte Working Group
Note: These two documents were not produced by the city. Instead, they were created by South Suburban Parks and Recreation and the South Platte Working Group. The city provided input into developing both plans and they and the city's comprehensive plan are coordinated with one another. For more information about these two entities and their plans check the South Suburban Parks and Recreation and the Arapahoe County webpages.
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