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Envision Littleton LogoEnvision Littleton

Envision Littleton will imagine the future of Littleton over the next 10-20 years. The future might seem like 2020, but we will think about the NEXT 20 years for Littleton. We will listen to what you value, why you love Littleton and your ideas about the future. This vision is the initial step in a larger process to update the City's Comprehensive Plan and create a Transportation Master Plan to then update the city's zoning and land use codes to ensure consistency with the vision and Comprehensive Plan.


Open LittletonOpen Littleton – Online Discussion

Open Littleton is the city's online citizen engagement platform to continuously collect feedback about many topics. This allows community members who are unable to attend workshops or meetings to offer thoughts and opinions from home. Managed by the communications department.


Littleton PlansLittleton Plans

Littleton Plans encourages citizens and interested stakeholders to get involved in community-planning efforts, It has detailed information for projects in its scope, including documents, maps, events and FAQs. Managed by the community development department.


Littleton ListensLittleton Listens

Littleton Listens is a series of staff-managed, community-led workshops where neighbors get together and discuss current and future issues in Littleton. Topics are usually limited to a a single broad theme such as "downtown" or "Belleview corridor." Citizens lead the conversation, sharing thoughts with each other and city staff. Managed by the community development department.


Littleton Town Hall MeetingLittleton Town Hall

Littleton Town Hall provides community members with a convenient, live, interactive forum to share comments, concerns and ideas. In addition to asking questions, participants also take part in live polls. Because of the time constraints of a Town Hall meeting, the theme is usually confined to a single, broad topic such as "infrastructure." These events are moderated by city staff and managed by the communications department.