Mountain Village to host Lot 644 site walk June 20, story poles currently in place

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The Town of Mountain Village will host a site walk of the proposed deed-restricting housing development for Lot 644 in the Meadows on Monday, June 20, 6-7:30 p.m.

Lot 644 is 1.6 acres in size and is owned by the Town of Mountain Village. It was designated for the development of deed-restricted housing in the early 1990s when Mountain Village was originally a planned unit development prior to the incorporation of Mountain Village and execution of the Mountain Village Settlement Agreement.

The Town has selected Triumph Development West to develop the property on behalf of the town, and they are proposing building 33 for-sale units comprised of studios, 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom units. Representatives from Triumph will lead the site walk.

“The development of Lot 644 is part of the Town’s greater Community Housing Initiative committed to building a variety of for sale and rental units both within and outside Mountain Village boundaries to help meet the increasing need for affordable community housing,” said Mountain Village Town Manager Paul Wisor.

Lower Jurassic Trail currently cuts through Lot 644, and the Town is deeply committed to maintaining public access to the trail, and the trail will be located before construction begins.

“Any relocation of Jurassic Trail will only enhance the trail experience for our users,” said Transit and Recreation Director Jim Loebe.

The site has already been staked out with story poles in place, and if members of the community are not able to attend the site walk on June 20, they may view the story pole plan online and visit the site before June 20, as the story poles will be removed after June 20. Public comment may be submitted by emailing [email protected].

There may be a quorum of Town Council or the Design Review Board members, however, no formal action will be taken. The public is welcome to attend.

For more information and to view a map of where the site walk is located, please visit

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