Denver Architect to Serve as Loveland, Colorado Planning Commissioner

Jeff Fleischer, Senior Project Architect in HDR’s Denver architecture studio, was recently appointed as a Planning Commissioner in Loveland, Colorado. A Planning Commission member serves in an advisory capacity to the Loveland City Council, and is appointed by the city council based on his or her background relevant to policy topics for a one-year term.

The Planning Commission reviews maps, plats, zoning ordinances, subdivision ordinances and planning matters and makes recommendations to the city council. The Planning Commission also serves as the ex officio Zoning Board of Adjustment for the city, and decides appeals and reviews orders regarding the administration or enforcement of Title 18 – Zoning. The Planning Commission is involved in revising and updating the master plan, the sign code, development standards, landscaping standards, and other development matters.

“Jeff’s significant design skills, coupled with his strong understanding of development practices, will be tremendous assets in supporting positive planning initiatives in our growing community,” says Bob Paulsen, AICP,Current Planning Manager, City of Loveland.

Jeff has nearly 30 years of experience in the field, having been a licensed architect for the past 15 years. His passion for dovetailing architecture, planning and landscape architecture will be greatly utilized in this new role.

“It’s exciting to be able to provide a positive influence in the development of the City of Loveland and to sculpt the city’s master plan for the future,” he says.