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2022 Legislative Committee Meetings

Join Us Starting January 21st to discuss and be involved in the legislative process.

This year’s legislative session promises to be interesting and full of work for us to ensure APA Colorado’s interests, priorities, and generally good planning are represented. We will be meeting every other Friday from 12 – 1pm throughout the session.

Mark your calendars! We will be meeting every other Friday from 12:00pm – 1:00pm (see the APA Colorado event calendar as well). We will be meeting virtually through the link provided below. You can also call in if you’d like.

Meeting Link: https://meet.google.com/rio-mqzh-udb

Join by phone: 617-675-4444‬     PIN: ‪695 325 543 2813‬#

We look forward to your participation and are happy to answer any questions you may have.


Shaida Libhart, AICP & Scott Bressler, AICP
APA Colorado Legislative Committee Co-Chairs


If you are not on the legislative committee email list, and would like to be added, please emial: Legislative@apacolorado.org.

Typically meetings are BI-WEEKLY with virtual participation.

For more information, please contact the Legislative Committee Co-Chairs: Shaida Libhart & Scott Bressler

Legislative Committee Articles

2020 APA Colorado Legislative Priorites

APA Colorado supports the development of equitable mixed-use, mixed-income, safe communities where people choose to live, work, and play. We support choice and opportunity by promoting equitable, efficient, and sustainable land development and redevelopment that optimizes prior infrastructure investments, and consumes less land. Less land for urban development provides balance by leaving land available for agriculture, open space, natural systems, and rural lifestyles.

POSTPONED: 2020 Planners Day at the Capital

MARCH 19, 2020
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Denver, CO
Registration now open!

HB20-1095 Water Conservation Bill Passes Senate

On March 11, 2020 the Senate passed HB20-1095 "Local Governments Water Elements in Master Plans,” on 3rd reading. The next stop is House concurrence on the fiscal note and then on to the Governor’s desk for signature.



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