Approved - 7 to 0.

Major Subdivision at 4100 Wadsworth Blvd

Case: WS-21-01
The applicant is requesting approval of a major subdivision with two (2) lots and the dedication of right-of-way for a public street. The property is zoned Mixed Use - Commercial (MU-C) and the request is to prepare a vacant portion of the site for development.
This meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting and in person in City Council Chambers (7500 W. 29th Avenue) if allowed to meet in person on that date per COVID-19 restrictions. Provide public comment here on Wheat Ridge Speaks until noon on June 16 (the day before the meeting) by selecting the agenda item on which you want to comment. Refer to the meeting agenda and "how to" document to learn more about participating in the live meeting or to view the meeting live or later.


Staff Presentation


Staff Report and Proposed Subdivision ( 3.17 MB )
Vicinity Map ( 0.99 MB )
Subdivision Review Standards
Approval of subdivisions are ministerial actions and have no discretionary review criteria. Subdivisions are required to comply with the underlying zoning and with the subdivision regulations in Chapter 26, Article IV. An analysis of the subdivision is provided in the staff report linked above.

Comments & Feedback

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Online comments closed at 12:00 PM MDT 6/16/21.
I want to know what is going to be built on the second lot if the existing building is staying. That is a big piece you are leaving out. Also, I believe you are not being forth coming on how creating Vance street will affect all of the businesses in the two major shopping centers. The back area of these shopping centers are the loading docks for Ross, Big Lots, and Safeway. Also there is a large open area for rent next to the post office that has a dock back there too. There are also businesses on the back side of these centers that utilize this area for parking. How is this going to be addressed? With out further information I have to say I am against this. Thank you, Emily
June 14, 2021, 11:40 AM
Emily Smith
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