Teller County Planning Department

Teller County Board of Adjustment (BoA)

2023 BoA Agendas & Minutes
Meeting Date Agenda Staff Report Minutes

Previous Years (2011-2021) Board of Adjustment Agendas/Minutes

The BoA consists of seven volunteer members (five regular members and two alternate members) each appointed by the Board of County Commissioners for three-year staggered terms. Members must be residents of Teller County.

The BoA is a public governmental body appointed to consider specific appeals and variances of land use decisions or interpretations given demonstration of a hardship or practical difficulty (see Section 1.11, 1.12 and 1.14 of the Teller County Land Use Regulations). They hear and decide on certain appeals of decisions made by an Administrative Official or the Teller County Planning Commission, and they hear and decide on certain requests for special exceptions to zoning limitations, flood hazard regulations, and Zone District Map and regulation interpretations. The BoA cannot change land use, and therefore variances, if granted, do not constitute a rezoning. Decisions of the BoA are final and binding although an appeal of a BOA decision may be made through District Court.

Typically, the BoA meets at 7:00 p.m. the third Wednesday of the month for public hearing. All meetings and public hearings are open to the public and are usually held at Tamarac Business Center, 800 Research Drive, Ste 224, Woodland Park CO 80863.

Correspondence to the Teller County Board of Adjustment may be -
mailed to:
Teller County Board of Adjustment
c/o Planning Department
P.O. Box 1886
Woodland Park, CO 80866

personally delivered to:
Teller County Board of Adjustment
c/o Planning Department
800 Research Drive, Suite#100 - Tamarac Business Center
Woodland Park, CO    (Map)

Questions? Contact Teller County Community Development Services Division at 719-687-3048.