Routt County's New Master Plan - Officially Ratified! Routt County Commissioners voted unanimously to ratify the Routt County Master Plan on August 30th, 2022. Through community outreach, technical assistance, and robust conversations, Routt County was able to develop a Master Plan that reflects the needs and desires of the community. The Master Plan also includes an Implementation Matrix that outlines tactics that the County, municipalities and other groups can utilize to transform policy into action.
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We also invite you to visit and explore the Routt County Land Use Story Map. The story map contains interactive maps, charts and graphs that illustrate many of the factors that drive land use and development in Routt County. It is an innovative and informative tool that can be used to investigate our options for future growth. The story map is best viewed on a desktop or laptop computer; it is not optimized for mobile devices, such as a cell phone or tablet.
Leveraging New Technology - CityViewOn August 16th, 2021, Routt County went live with a new land management and permitting software: CityView. By utilizing CityView, The County is able to offer The Public an efficient, transparent, and user-friendly interface to submit and follow-up on land-use applications. The Planning Department is leveraging this new software as to allow updates and increased efficiency in the review process. New procedure flowcharts have been created to explain the revamped process and can be located on the Forms and Procedures page.
At a glance, here are just a few of the benefits of using CityView:
- Apply for a Planning Permit
- Estimate Fees
- Upload Submittals
- Track the status of your application
- Stay up-to-date on upcoming deadlines
First time using CityView? Here are some helpful links:
ResponsibilitiesThe Planning Department is responsible for:
- Current and long-range planning
- Zoning and subdivision regulations
- Land use review
- Permit enforcement
- Code enforcement
- Supporting the Board of County Commissioners, Planning Commission, and Board of Adjustment