Willoughby Corner - Emma Street/120th Street
Willoughby Corner is a planned neighborhood of permanently affordable homes located just southwest of the intersection of 120th Street and East Emma Street in Lafayette.
The neighborhood, being developed by Boulder County Housing Authority (BCHA), proposes 400 permanently affordable homes in a variety of building types including duplexes, townhomes, and apartments as well as amenities. In addition to new affordable workforce housing, the 24-acre neighborhood will include community gardens, a community building, dog park, trails, and park space.
BCHA anticipates that approximately 20% of the homes will be for sale to those earning between 60% - 120% of the Area Median Income. Approximately 80% of the homes will be for-rent to those earning between 30% - 60% of the Area Median Income.
For more information, please visit Boulder County's Willoughby Corner page at www.lafayettehousing.org.
Planned Unit Development (PUD) Process
The PUD process is a three-step process of Sketch, Preliminary, and Final Plan.
The Planning Commission reviewed and approved the Willoughby Corner Sketch Plan Review with eight (8) conditions at their Sept. 24, 2019 meeting. A sketch plan is valid for 2 years.
Sketch Plan Sets, Sept. 2019
Preliminary Plan - Current Stage
The first Preliminary Plan submittal was in March 2020. Soon thereafter, COVID delayed the holding of the required neighborhood meeting and the applicant (BCHA) put Willoughby Corner on hold while it completed other projects. The second Preliminary Plan submittal for Willoughby Corner was submitted to City Planning Staff on Dec. 14, 2021.
- Project Narrative, submitted Dec. 14, 2021
- Preliminary Plan PUD, second submittal, April 2022
- Preliminary Plat
- Willoughby Corner Rezone Map
Two neighborhood meetings scheduled include Dec 15, 2021, and Jan. 13, 2022. More details on these meetings will be listed on Boulder County's website for Willoughby Corner.
On Dec.10, 2021, Boulder County released a news bulletin regarding the Willoughby Corner project.
March 9, 2022 - Planning Commission reviewed the Rezoning request and recommended approval.
April 5, 2022 - City Council approved the First Reading of the Rezoning Ordinance
April 19, 2022 - City Council approved Second Reading of Rezoning Ordinance
Written comments on this project can be sent to Millissa Berry, the case planner, at firstname.lastname@example.org, by mail, or in-person to Planning Department, City Hall, 1290 S. Public Road, Lafayette, CO 80026; Monday-Thursday from 9am-2pm. All comments must be in writing.