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Community Plans4 documents

  • Community Analysis (2015)
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  • Gunnison Vibrancy Initiative Report
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  • Comprehensive Plan
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  • Parks and Recreation Master Plan
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Neighborhood Plans30 documents

Gunnison Rising PUD Documents27 documents

  • Gunnison Rising Habitat Conservation Plan
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  • Amended Annexation Agreement (2020)
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  • Supplement to the Amended Annexation Agreement (2021)
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  • Service Plan for Metropolitan District Nos. 1-7
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  • First Amendment to Service Plan (2021)
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  • Amended and Restated Intergovernmental Agreement - Metro Plan
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  • Avigation Easement
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  • Gunnison Rising PUD Standards (2021)
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  • Appendix A - Site Vicinity Map
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  • Appendix B - Survey and Topo Map
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  • Appendix C - Illustrated Conceptual Plan
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  • Appendix D - Zoning Districts Plan
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  • Appendix E - Street Network Plan & Cross Sections
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  • Appendix F - Parks, Open Space & Trails Plan
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  • Appendix G - Public Facilities Plan
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  • Appendix H - Stormwater Management Master Plan
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  • Appendix I - Wastewater Capacity Studies
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  • Appendix J - Electric Service Expansion Study
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  • Appendix K - Traffic Impact Analyses
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  • Appendix L - Preliminary Geotechnical Investigation
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  • Appendix M - Wetlands Map
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  • Appendix N - Avigation Easement
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  • Appendix O - Xeriscape Requirements & Plant List
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  • Appendix P - Gunnison Rising CCR's
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  • Appendix Q - Letter from Colorado Parks and Wildlife
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  • Appendix R - City of Gunnison Municipal Code
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  • Appendix S - Legal Descriptions
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VanTuyl Ranch Document1 document

  • VanTuyl Ranch Management Plan, February 2024
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West Gunnison Plans2 documents

  • West Gunnison Neighborhood Plan
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  • West Gunnison Park Plan (Lazy K)
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Regional Plans5 documents

  • Gunnison State of the Valley (2018)
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  • One Valley Prosperity Project - Final Report
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  • Three Mile Plan
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  • Three Mile Intergovernmental Agreement City/County
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  • One Valley Resiliency Roadmap (OVRR) Final Report
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Stormwater Plan1 document

  • Stormwater Management Plan
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Transportation Plans2 documents

  • Highway 50 Access Control Plan (East)
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  • Non-Motorized Transportation Plan
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CO-135 Draft Gunnison Valley Safety Action Plan (SAP)

The Gunnison Valley CO-135 Safe Streets for All (SS4A) Project and CO-135 Safety Action Plan (SAP) aims to improve traffic safety outcomes along Colorado State Highway 135 (CO-135) between US Highway 50 in the City of Gunnison and Elk Avenue in Crested Butte. The SAP will serve as a guide for infrastructure investment on the corridor, and as a foundation for pursuing grant funding for implementing roadway improvements on the corridor to address location-specific and systemic safety issues.

The Community Development staff works with City Council, the Planning and Zoning Commission, members of the public, federal and state resource agencies, and appropriate consultants in the development of documents that guide the future development of the City of Gunnison. The current documents are listed here.

Welcome to Gunnison

Gunnison is a small mountain community on the western slope of Colorado with a population of approximately 6,560 full time residents. The population increases annually with the influx of tourism and Western Colorado University students numbering an additional 2,500. The City of Gunnison is the county seat for Gunnison County. Gunnison has a rich history of ranching, agriculture, mining, tourism and outdoor recreation opportunities that bring many more people through the community.
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