Plan adopted by Denver City Council in 2000
Denver Comprehensive Plan 2000 establishes a vision for Denver as a city that is livable for its people, now and in the future. This plan reflects the effort of hundreds of residents from different backgrounds and perspectives, who have agreed on the city’s long-term purposes, and suggested strategies that will sustain its intangible assets for the future.
The guiding principles and policies established in Comprehensive Plan 2000 and Blueprint Denver form the basis for the goals and recommendations of subsequent city plans.
View Comprehensive Plan 2000 (PDF, 10 MG)
Blueprint Denver, the city's 2002 integrated land use and transportation plan, is currently undergoing an update as part of Denveright, a community‐driven planning process that challenges Denverites to shape how our community evolves in four key areas: land use, mobility, parks and recreational resources. As part of Denveright and other recent citywide planning efforts, the city will also update its 17-year-old Comprehensive Plan 2000 with a new, user-friendly comprehensive plan that will reflect the voice of Denver today and chart its course for the next two decades.
To learn more about Denveright, visit DenverGov.org/denveright