The Community Development Department is responsible for a diverse set of programs that help make Breckenridge both a wonderful place for visitors and a very special place for locals to live as well. The Department is located on the second floor of Town Hall, 150 Ski Hill Road. The Community Development Department is open for customer service Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm, and closed on major holidays. We can be reached Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm at 970-453-3160.
August 14, 2019 NOTICE: The Temporary Moratorium on the submission, acceptance, processing, and approval of new applications to develop real property within the Conservation District was lifted at the August 13, 2019 Town Council Meeting via emergency ordinance. The Ordinance can be viewed here, and the updated DRAFT of the Handbook of Design Standards can be viewed here. The final version of the Handbook of Design Standards will be posted as it becomes available. For additional information, please contact the Planning Department at 970-453-3160 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Map of the Historic & Conservation Districts
Code Amendments - A series of amendments to the Town’s Development Code were recently approved and took effect on February 12, 2019.
Pending Projects and Recently Approved Projects - See what the Planning Department is working on now and has just approved.
Tree Removal Process - Learn about permits needed for removing dead or live trees from your property.
Reduce Your Use - BYO Bag –Help keep Breck clean and green by bringing your reusable bag to the store. You'll avoid a $.10 fee per bag too.
Community Solar Gardens – Clean Energy Collective (CEC) constructed two 500 kW community solar gardens: one on a 3-acre portion of the Town owned 127 acre McCain property and one on the Stilson property, near the Stables off of Wellington Road.
SustainableBreck Business Certification Program – Become a certified SustainableBreck business and save on operating costs by reducing electricity and resource consumption. Rebates for projects are available.
SustainableBreck – How are we doing with meeting our goals for a sustainable community?
Cucumber Gulch Management Plan – Learn how the Town is managing this incredible natural resource, a valley preserve rich in biodiversity right in our back yard.
Vendor Carts – See the recently adopted policy regulating their placement and appearance.
Concerning Colorado HB 11-1113, Land Development Charges:
The Town of Breckenridge is not currently holding any land development charges as of September 27, 2016.