Brighton Urban Renewal Authority
- 4:30 p.m.
- First and third Wednesday of the month
- City Hall
500 S 4th Avenue
Brighton, CO 80601
- Kevin Kildow, Chairman
- Candace Werth, Vice-Chair
- Janet Hepp-Struck - Treasurer
- Richard Gonzales, Past-Chair
- Greg Mills - City Council Rep.
- Dave Rose
- Barbara Lambert
- Wayne Scott
- Don Rowe
- Alternate - Mark Rawlings
- Ryan Johnson, Executive Director of Urban Renewal
- Alisha Janes, Special Assistant to the City Manager
- Gary Montoya, Events and Downtown Initiative Manager
- Kendra Carberry, General Counsel, Hoffman Parker, Wilson and Carberry
- Corey Hoffman, General Counsel, Hoffman Parker, Wilson and Carberry
For current vacancies please click on the Vacancies tab.
The purpose of the Urban Renewal Plan is to eliminate the existing conditions of blight, prevent blight, and implement the goals of the City of Brighton 2020 Comprehensive Plan as it relates to the area. The redevelopment, rehabilitation, and reinvestment in the Urban Renewal Area will be accomplished through the improvement of existing structures, attraction of new commercial and mixed-use development, new residential development, and the prevention of deterioration of properties within the area. The effort will involve the participation of the City of Brighton and the Urban Renewal Authority to stimulate the private sector to make the necessary investment.
The Brighton City Council approved a resolution establishing the Brighton Urban Renewal Authority formation on April 3, 2001. The Authority serves as the public entity to effect reinvestment and redevelopment in the Urban Renewal Area. The Authority works in partnership with property owners to improve existing structures, bring new commercial and mixed-use development to raw land within the blighted area, and prevent deterioration of properties within the area.
Learn more about the Brighton Urban Renewal Authority on the BURA website.
For more information on the Brighton Urban Renewal Authority, please contact Alisha Janes at 303-655-8747.