O.5. An Ordinance of the Town of Palisade, Colorado, Annexing Certain Territory Located at 754, 756, and 758 37 8/10 Road, to be known as the Kueber-Cox-Favier Enclave Annexation, to the Town of Palisade, Colorado.

Palisade Board of Trustees
Date of Vote: Tue, Mar 27th 2018
Polls (closed):
Yay (2)    Nay (0)


                    At the meeting of February 13, 2018, the Board of Trustees approved Resolution 2018-07 initiating the annexation of three parcels and a portion of 37 8/10 Road and set a date of March 27, 2018 to consider the annexation. The area is currently served by the Town’s water and sewer infrastructure. The continued practice has been to serve sewer customers only inside the Town limits. Annexation of the area will bring these properties into the Town, consistent with that practice. The parcels include 754, 756 and 758 37 8/10 Road. The land is considered an enclave since it is surrounded on all sides by the Town Limits. The enclave was created in 2011 at the time of the Horton Serial Annexation to the east. Under Colorado Statutes, the Town may unilaterally annex any area that has been surrounded by the Town Limits for at least three years.
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                    The Kueber-Cox-Favier Enclave Annexation is eligible for annexation since it has been surrounded by the Town for more than six years.

Town staff is initiating a request to zone the annexation area as Low Density Residential (LDR).

The Planning Commission considered the request to zone the annexation area at a public hearing held on March 5 and voted unanimously to recommend approval of the LDR zoning. 

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