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Littleton Economic Development

September, 2018 Newsletter

Short-Term Rental Regulations – Feedback Requested

City council passed an emergency moratorium on short-term rentals at their July 17, 2018 meeting that is in effect through October. During this time, no new business licenses can be issued for any other short-term rental properties within the city until after new regulations are passed.

In the meantime, the city is seeking feedback on the proposed short-term rental regulations that will be discussed at the September 10 planning commission study session and September 24 public hearing. Comments must be submitted by September 18 to be included in the planning staff’s September 24th presentation.

To review the proposed regulations or for more information on the timeline, visit LittletonPlans.org.


Littleton Flower Shop moves back to downtown Littleton

Littleton Flower Shop, previously located near Hudson Gardens, recently moved back to downtown Littleton. Rich with history, the shop first opened in 1936 and was Littleton’s first flower shop. After previous owners moved the shop out of downtown Littleton in the 1980’s, owners Dawn and Mike Ellis are excited to return and give back to the community that has fostered the shop since its inception. At its new location, the shop will offer DIY classes, allowing customers to put a personal touch on any event that may need a floral arrangement. The first class, DIY Wedding Designs, will take place in October. For more information about Littleton Flower Shop, please visit littletonflowershop.com.


Envision Littleton moves to next phase after receiving 870 public survey responses

After receiving 870 survey responses, Envision Littleton — a community-driven process to develop a vision for Littleton, is now beginning the process of creating a draft vision plan. Littleton staff, in partnership with our nationally recognized consultant team, Kendig Keast Collaborative, will spend September pulling together ideas garnered from talking to over 3,000 people, attending 100+ community events, and reviewing 870 surveys, into a DRAFT vision plan and guiding principles the City will release for review in October.

For more information on future events please visit envisionlittleton.org.


Welcome new Littleton businesses

Please welcome new Littleton businesses:

The Rusty Tapp Colorado BBQ & Catering
Restaurants – Food – Beverage
(303) 797-9255
311 E. County Line Rd Suite 101 A-B
Littleton, CO 80128

Paragon Pharmacy
Grocery – Pharmacy
(720) 627-6123
7720 South Broadway Suite 100
Littleton, CO 80122

Serenity Fit Spa
Retail & Service
(720) 667-4898
311 E County Line Rd # A – 13
Littleton, CO 80122

The Painted Estate
Retail & Service
(303) 210-1618
2677-2681 W. Alamo Ave
Littleton, CO 80120
www.thepaintedestate.com


Ponchos Mexican Grill – a new family-owned restaurant near Downtown Littleton

   Recently opened in the heart of Littleton, Ponchos Mexican Grill, located at 5350 South Santa Fe Drive, offers the authentic Mexican cuisine Littleton residents have long been missing. The local, family-owned restaurant offers a variety of Mexican favorites including ceviche tostada, Mexican meatball soup, and chicken cactus salad. While quickly earning a reputation consisting of quick service, quality food, and affordable prices, Ponchos also strives to remain health conscious, as their menu features many gluten-free and vegetarian options. Ponchos is excited to bring their unique, family-made recipes to Littleton.

Open 8 a.m. – 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday
Open 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Sunday


City Announcements

Downtown Wayfinding Signage
Merchants operating a retail store or restaurant facing Prince, Nevada, Curtice, or Rapp streets between Powers to the north and Church to the south are eligible for placement on city-sponsored side street signs. Eligible businesses can apply for placement on the signs, and applications will be evaluated on a first-come, first-serve basis.  All signs can list up to 6 businesses, with the business name featured on both side of the sign; below is listed the number of spaces available for a business on each sign.  If a sign is full, businesses will be waitlisted and applications will be evaluated on a first-come, first-serve basis when there is a vacancy. Downtown Side Street Sign Application

Littleton Plans
Littleton has several community planning efforts getting underway this year. To encourage citizens and interested stakeholders to get involved in these community planning efforts, a new online tool, LittletonPlans.org  has been set up. This one-stop hub has detailed information regarding each project: associated documents, maps, upcoming events, and frequently-asked questions, together in one accessible online location to keep the community involved and informed.

Grants
The city has several grant opportunities available to the community, including: the Revitalization Incentive Grant, the Main Street Historic District Grant, and the Place-Making Grant.  For more information visit the Grants page on the Littleton website. 

Development Activity List
The Development Activity List has been made to track projects throughout the city.  Visit the Development Activity List to learn more.

Business Resources
Know anyone looking to open a business in Littleton, or who could utilize the business services offered by the city?  The City has a number of resources and can assist businesses in a variety of ways including: marketing and social media strategies, networking strategies, demographic information, and more. Visit the Economic Development webpage for more information.
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