WEBINAR: Integrating Outdoor Water Use and Landscape Requirements into Codes & Plans

Breaking Down Silos: Integrating Water into Land Use Planning Webinar Series

Integrating Outdoor Water Use and Landscape Requirements into Codes & Plans

April 18, 2017
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm MT

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  • Addressing outdoor water use and the ways that landscape ordinances fit into long range planning efforts.
  • Which landscape ordinances give the biggest bang for the buck.
  • How planners can do a better job of fitting landscape ordinances directly into the planning process.
  • How low water landscape codes can increase property value.
  • Problems with Planned Unit Developments (PUDs) and how to make them a better tool.
  • How PUDs can be strengthened to include water efficiency standards.
  • Case Studies from various Colorado communities, including the Town of Castle Rock, City of Aurora, Mesa County, and the City of Westminster.

Kevin Reidy, State Water Conservation Technical Specialist; Rick Schultz, Water Conservation Specialist, Castle Rock Water; Linda Dannenberger, Planning Division Director, Mesa County; Lyle Whitney, Water Conservation Supervisor, City of Aurora; Don Elliott, FAICP, Clarion Associates

This webinar series is targeted to Colorado local government planners and water providers.


1st Webinar:  April 11, 2017 -  Addressing Water Efficiency in Planned Unit Developments (PUDs)

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