Boulder is looking for public feedback on potential land-use code amendments designed to help curb excessive drinking on the University Hill and in downtown Boulder.

Members of the public can take the city's survey until Nov. 26. The survey is part of Boulder City Council's plan to get feedback from the community in its on-going effortd to reduce excessive drinking.

Zoning changes -- including possibly only granting new beer-and-wine licenses, limiting the concentration of bars and requiring special licenses for late-night hours -- were proposed by the Boulder Beverage Licensing Authority in October as a possible way to reduce excessive drinking.

The City Council asked for public input at a study session on Aug. 21 before it is scheduled to take up the matter sometime in 2013.

More information can also be found on the Potential Land Use and Alcohol Code Amendments project website.