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File #: V-90-19    Version: 1 Name: Adams 14 vacate old ROW, old easements, and old alleys from these parcels to prepare for redevelopment.
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 9/18/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 12/2/2019 Final action: 12/2/2019
Title: AN ORDINANCE VACATING VARIOUS RIGHTS-OF-WAY ON THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED ON EXHIBIT A ATTACHED HERETO AND MADE A PART HEREOF CONSISTING OF COURT PLACE, CLEVELAND PLACE, 3RD AVENUE, AND 3RD AVENUE ALLEY, LOCATED WITHIN 4625 E. 68TH AVENUE. CITY OF COMMERCE CITY, COLORADO.
Attachments: 1. Ordinance - Final
Date Ver.Action ByActionResultAction DetailsMeeting DetailsVideo
12/2/20191 City Council approved on second & final reading  Action details Meeting details Not available
11/4/20191 City Council introduced by council as seated and approved on first readingPass Action details Meeting details Video Video
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AN ORDINANCE VACATING VARIOUS RIGHTS-OF-WAY ON THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED ON EXHIBIT A ATTACHED HERETO AND MADE A PART HEREOF CONSISTING OF COURT PLACE, CLEVELAND PLACE, 3RD AVENUE, AND 3RD AVENUE ALLEY, LOCATED WITHIN 4625 E. 68TH AVENUE. CITY OF COMMERCE CITY, COLORADO.

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Summary and Background Information:
The applicant is requesting that the City approve the vacation request for these four identified parcels located within the property at 4625 E. 68th Avenue. The school district intents to obtain a clean title commitment and consolidate all parcels for future planning development.

The school district is requesting this vacation of ROW due to planned developments on the site. The district plans to have two educational facilities operating on these parcels within the next five years-Alsup to be open in 2021. The elementary school is currently in the design phase, and the potential future middle school will be built pending an award from the state for capital improvements. These two facilities will have separate addresses, but it is the districts intent to locate them on the same contiguous parcel under one clean title commitment. The district has contracted a licensed land surveyor to prepare plats according to state and local requirements. This proposed vacation is consistent with the specific vacation criteria found in the city’s codes. These old ROW have never been utilized as they only exist on paper. Vacating these old ROW areas will also help ensure that our proposed location has a complete and clean title usable for future redevelopment.

The four vacated areas comprise a total of 46383 sf. There would not be a charge to the school district for these vacated areas.

The vacation case is being processed concurrently with zoning case Z-958-19, and consolidation subdivision case S-748-19.


Staff Responsible (Department Head): Roger Tinklenberg, Interim Community Development Director
Staff Member Presenting: Steve Timms, Planning Manager

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