Summit County Planning Department
Summit County is currently restricting all public access to the following offices/functions: Community Development Services (Building, Housing, Planning, Engineering, Environmental Health), Open Space, CSU Extension, Road and Bridge Administration, and Facilities.
UPDATE, 4-3-20: The Planning Department is continuing to accept and process new applications, including holding pre-application meetings. All submittals and correspondence will be conducted electronically and via phone/email. Hard copy submittals will also be accepted, and can be placed in the drop box located to the left of our exterior door. Our office is located at 37 Peak One Drive, Frisco CO 80443. All payment of fees will be done electronically through, E-checks ($1 fee) or Credit Card (processing fees will apply to credit card payments = $0.75 plus 2.25%).
In addition, planning staff is still available via phone and email for all questions and inquiries. If you know which staff member you wish to speak with, visit our staff directory for a phone number and email address; or call our main line at 970-668-4200.
Planning Commission Meeting Information
Planning Commission meetings will continue as scheduled, remotely via an online meeting portal. Access to join the meeting via video and audio, or just audio, will be placed here prior to the scheduled meeting. Please continue to check back for a link to those meetings.
** The April 9th, Ten Mile Planning Commission Meeting will not be an in-person meeting. It will be conducted remotely via Zoom. Instructions will be provided here.
Thursday, April 9, 2020 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM (MDT)
To Join the Meeting (AUDIO ONLY), dial (669) 900-9128 or (346) 248-7799
Meeting ID: 472 230 409 Press # to bypass the Participant ID. To ask a question during the meeting, press *9 on your phone. This will notify the Administrator of the meeting that you have a question.
To view the materials that may be presented at the meeting, click on this link: 4.9.20 TMPC Meeting materials
Please join the meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
The Summit County Planning Department administers land use reviews in accordance with the regulations in the Summit County Land Use and Development Code and other associated documents. The Land Use and Development Code includes regulations related to zoning, permitted uses, accessory units, setbacks, height, lighting, landscaping, signs and other development standards. The Code includes provisions related to subdivisions, rezonings, conditional use permits, site plans, and other processes to facilitate changes to property and the development of property. Find more information on Summit County development regulations.
Interactive Mapping Tool – Find Your Zoning
To understand land-use regulations that pertain to a property, it is important to know the zoning. View an interactive map (with a step-by-step guide) to determine the zoning for a property.
Planning Department Review of Building Permits
The Planning Department reviews building permits for compliance with planning-related regulations.
Development Process, Applications and Fees
The Planning Department processes six different classes of development review applications, ranging in review authority from Class 1 through Class 6. Find out about the development review process and associated fees for your project.
Summit County’s master plans set forth the goals, policies, and visions for the future of Summit County. These policies have a significant role in the review of subdivisions, rezonings, and other types of land use applications. The Planning Department is charged with updating the master plans on a periodic basis and works with the respective planning commission to adopt the updates to these plans.
The Planning Department provides basic demographic information on Summit County’s permanent resident population, population growth rates, permanent resident characteristics, population history and population projections. Find Summit County population information.
Summit County has five planning commissions charged with review, approval and recommendation authority for various types of development. Learn more about Summit County’s planning commissions.