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What developments along the corridors of Santa Fe, Broadway, Littleton Boulevard, and Belleview Avenue would you like to see?

23 registered responses


Should the zoning along Littleton Boulevard be changed due to the character of this corridor?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes, more Transition (T) zoning is needed to maintain residential and non‐retail commercial uses. 22.7% 5
Yes, the B‐2 properties should be rezoned to B‐1 to only allow limited or restricted commercial uses. 40.9% 9
No, uses permitted in B‐2 are fine provided the building and site are well‐designed. 18.2% 4
I don’t know or don’t have an opinion. 18.2% 4

Along Littleton Boulevard, should all redeveloped or new business and commercial uses place the building at or near the street, with parking only to the rear?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes, do not allow parking between the building and the street. 59.1% 13
Yes, some parking may be adjacent to the street provided it is well‐screened with landscaping (trees, shrubs, grasses) or other design treatments, e.g., landscape walls. 27.3% 6
Consistent setbacks are most important. 13.6% 3

Should drive‐through uses be permitted within the Neighborhood Business (NB) district?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes, provided they are well‐landscaped and buffered from neighboring properties. 22.7% 5
No, drive‐throughs are not appropriate in near proximity to a neighborhood. 72.7% 16
I don’t know or don’t have an opinion. 4.5% 1

Should properties along Broadway that directly abut single‐family be rezoned to Transition Residential (TR) or Neighborhood Business (NB) instead of General Business (GB)?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes, as these properties redevelop over time, they should be more suitable to the area in their use, scale and design. 68.2% 15
No, if there is adequate buffering, they are not negatively impacting the neighborhood. 4.5% 1
No, its not necessary to rezone provided there are higher standards for buildings and sites when they’re redeveloped. 22.7% 5
I don’t know or don’t have an opinion. 4.5% 1

How should industrially zoned land within the Corridor Mixed Use (CMU) boundary be handled?

Response Percent Response Count
Continue the current land uses with stringent requirements for buffering, transition, and environmental performance standards. 23.8% 5
Rezone them to a more appropriate district encouraging the use to change over time. 76.2% 16

What is the greatest concern with the location of industrial districts within the Corridor Mixed SUe (CMU) area?

Response Percent Response Count
Poor appearance along highly visible corridors. 14.3% 3
Impacts on the environment relative to water and air quality, light, noise, etc. 42.9% 9
Impacts on adjacent and nearby properties. 28.6% 6
Lack of current zoning standards that may allow inappropriate or unsightly uses. 14.3% 3

What is the most important regulation for best managing industrial uses?

Response Percent Response Count
Environmental performance standards. 25.0% 5
Rezoning these parcels to another more appropriate district. 35.0% 7
Creating bufferyard standards proportional to the level of impact. 40.0% 8

What is the greatest value of Planned Development (PD) districts?

Response Percent Response Count
They have been the best way to achieve quality development with good standards. 33.3% 7
The ability to restrict land uses. 47.6% 10
They require a revised development plan to make any changes after approval. 19.0% 4

How might Planned Development (PD) districts be managed most efficiently?

Response Percent Response Count
Build quality building and site standards into the base districts. 9.5% 2
Re‐evaluate and re‐establish the appropriate permitted, conditional, and prohibited land uses. 47.6% 10
Consolidate them into a single Mixed‐Use (MU) district with a master development plan process. 23.8% 5
I’m not sure or don’t have enough information to comment. 19.0% 4

Which frontage types are best along the Littleton Boulevard Corridor? (Check all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Corridor Frontage 21.1% 4
Corner 36.8% 7
Campus 21.1% 4
Center 36.8% 7
Drive‐Through 5.3% 1
Mixed Use 63.2% 12
Shop 47.4% 9

Which frontage types are best along the Belleview Corridor? (Check all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Corridor Frontage 36.8% 7
Corner 26.3% 5
Campus 26.3% 5
Center 21.1% 4
Drive‐Through 10.5% 2
Mixed Use 73.7% 14
Shop 42.1% 8

Which frontage types are best along the Broadway Corridor? (Check all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Corridor Frontage 36.8% 7
Corner 31.6% 6
Campus 21.1% 4
Center 26.3% 5
Drive‐Through 21.1% 4
Mixed Use 57.9% 11
Shop 52.6% 10

Which frontage types are best along the S. Santa Fe Corridor? (Check all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Corridor Frontage 56.3% 9
Corner 31.3% 5
Campus 37.5% 6
Center 56.3% 9
Drive‐Through 18.8% 3
Mixed Use 50.0% 8
Shop 37.5% 6

How important are pitched roofs to the character of Littleton?

Response Percent Response Count
Of essential importance along certain corridors. 18.2% 4
Important only when adjacent or in near proximity to residential districts. 22.7% 5
They’re not that important as long as buildings are well‐designed, constructed of decorative materials and located properly on the lot. 59.1% 13

Sloped roofs are most important along which of the following corridors? (Choose all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Littleton Boulevard 82.4% 14
Belleview Avenue 29.4% 5
Broadway 41.2% 7
Santa Fe 5.9% 1
All buildings should have some percentage of sloped roofs. 17.6% 3
Mixed Use 17.6% 3
Shop 11.8% 2

Is there anything else that you would like to add?

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May 10, 2021, 12:14 PM
  • Should the zoning along Littleton Boulevard be changed due to the character of this corridor?
    • Yes, the B‐2 properties should be rezoned to B‐1 to only allow limited or restricted commercial uses.
  • Along Littleton Boulevard, should all redeveloped or new business and commercial uses place the building at or near the street, with parking only to the rear?
    • Yes, do not allow parking between the building and the street.
  • Should drive‐through uses be permitted within the Neighborhood Business (NB) district?
    • No, drive‐throughs are not appropriate in near proximity to a neighborhood.
  • Should properties along Broadway that directly abut single‐family be rezoned to Transition Residential (TR) or Neighborhood Business (NB) instead of General Business (GB)?
    • Yes, as these properties redevelop over time, they should be more suitable to the area in their use, scale and design.
  • How should industrially zoned land within the Corridor Mixed Use (CMU) boundary be handled?
    • Continue the current land uses with stringent requirements for buffering, transition, and environmental performance standards.
  • What is the greatest concern with the location of industrial districts within the Corridor Mixed SUe (CMU) area?
    • Impacts on adjacent and nearby properties.
  • What is the most important regulation for best managing industrial uses?
    • Creating bufferyard standards proportional to the level of impact.
  • What is the greatest value of Planned Development (PD) districts?
    • They require a revised development plan to make any changes after approval.
  • How might Planned Development (PD) districts be managed most efficiently?
    • Re‐evaluate and re‐establish the appropriate permitted, conditional, and prohibited land uses.
  • Which frontage types are best along the Littleton Boulevard Corridor? (Check all that apply)
    • Center
    • Shop
  • Which frontage types are best along the Belleview Corridor? (Check all that apply)
    • Corridor Frontage
    • Corner
    • Center
  • Which frontage types are best along the Broadway Corridor? (Check all that apply)
    • Corridor Frontage
    • Corner
    • Center
  • Which frontage types are best along the S. Santa Fe Corridor? (Check all that apply)
    • Corridor Frontage
    • Corner
    • Center
    • Shop
  • How important are pitched roofs to the character of Littleton?
    • They’re not that important as long as buildings are well‐designed, constructed of decorative materials and located properly on the lot.
  • Sloped roofs are most important along which of the following corridors? (Choose all that apply)
    • Littleton Boulevard
    • Belleview Avenue
    • Broadway
  • Is there anything else that you would like to add?
    No response.
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