- Prospect South Community Investment Plan
- North College Community Investment Plan
- Aspen Heights
- Foothills Mall
- Jax Mercantile
- Kaufman & Robinson, Inc.
- North College Marketplace
- Northern Colorado Feeders Supply
- Prospect Station
- Rocky Mountain Innosphere
- The Summit on College
- Valley Steel and Wire Company
- Lyric Cinema
North College Community Investment Plan
The North College Urban Renewal Plan Area will generate tax increment revenue until 2029. Knowing this, staff enlisted the help of Economic Planning Systems to conduct an analysis of the plan area in 2018. This analysis looked at the development potential of the plan area and made a series of recommendations on how to maximize the investment of the URA. After, staff looked to build on this analysis with the perspectives, direction, and insight of the North College community. In partnership with Institute for the Built Environment (IBE) and The Family Center/La Familia (TFC/LF), staff held a series of public workshops on how the URA could best invest in the community over the next 10 years. IBE produced a report summarizing the findings of these workshops. URA staff presented this report to the Board on August 27, 2020. The Board expressed its appreciation for the findings of the workshop series and gave staff direction to create an investment plan. This investment plan would guide the actions of the URA for the North College Plan Area over the next 10 years. The URA’s investment plan would align with the desires of the community, the URA strategic plan, and goals and objectives of all taxing entities (the City of Fort Collins, Larimer County, Poudre School District, etc.).
The Community Investment Plan provides guidance on how to invest unpledged tax increment over the next 10 years for the North College plan area. The Plan proposes investing in three main priority areas:
- Complete, Vibrant Neighborhood
- Community Hub
- Infrastructure Improvements
These three areas of investment align with the outcomes from the community engagement series. The links below will allow you to download the Community Investment Plan and engagement report.