Is all vacant land in Parker designated open space?

Parker does have a robust open space program. However, not all vacant land is what it seems. There are currently many undeveloped properties in the Town of Parker that are often mistaken for open space.

What many people don't realize is that all properties within the Town limits, including these undeveloped areas, are already zoned. Zoning means that a property has been designated for a particular use or uses. Types of zoning include business, commercial, residential and industrial. Land can only be utilized for the purposes allowed under its zoning classification. View the Town’s zoning map to see the zoning for vacant land in Parker.

You can learn about the Town's open space program or view the Open Space Map.

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1. I don’t have time to attend Town meetings. How can I find out what’s on the agenda and what happens at the meetings?
2. How does zoning work in Parker?
3. Does the Town have a say in development taking place outside of Parker’s limits?
4. How can I find out what uses are planned for a specific piece of property in Parker?
5. How much of the property tax I pay goes to the Town of Parker?
6. How is Town traffic signal timing determined?
7. What is Parker doing to improve traffic congestion?
8. How is the Town of Parker planning for the future?
9. Is all vacant land in Parker designated open space?
10. Where can I learn about development happening in Parker?
11. Will changes be made to the look and feel of Parker Road from E-470 to 20-Mile Road to better fit with Parker's small town feel and to improve the first impression many people have of Parker?
12. Where can I learn more about Urban Renewal in Parker?
13. When will Rueter-Hess Reservoir be open to the public?
14. Can personal recreational equipment be used at for classes and activities at Rueter-Hess Reservoir?