After a two week break, the Broomfield City Council will reconvene Tuesday to discuss affordable housing for intellectually and developmentally disabled residents and the county’s boards and commissions.
The meeting will include the second reading of two ordinances regarding a new affordable housing development. The development, dubbed The Grove at Cottonwood, will be located in the Northmoor neighborhood and include one and two-bedroom units spread across one one-story building, one two-story building, and one three-story building. Of the 40 units, 25% will be dedicated to residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The ordinances include vacating the right of way of a cul-de-sac and rezoning the land slated for the development. The development plans were approved by the council at the Jan. 23 meeting.
The council will also review multiple ordinances regarding boards and commissions, primarily the transferring of responsibilities to and from boards.
Council meetings take place most Tuesdays at 6 p.m. in the George Di Ciero City and County Building at 1 Descombes Drive and can be attended in person or virtually at broomfield.org/live.