Posted: Wednesday January 10th, 2018 - 3:45 am

Please join us this Thursday evening for our monthly CNA general meeting at DSST:Cole Middle School, 33rd and Lafayette. On the agenda this month: DPD crime report, updates from the Beloved Community Village tiny homes, info on a new grocery delivery service, and future construction plans in the neighborhood.

Full agenda:

Cole Neighborhood Association January 2018 General Meeting Agenda
January 11, 2018 social time at 6:15 PM, meeting at 6:30 PM
DSST Cole Middle School 1350 E. 33rd Ave (33rd and Lafayette)

Announcements

Thank you everyone who donated to our holiday fundraising efforts. The neighborhood was able to raise over $1000 for a Cole family in need, and dozens of toys were donated to our charity partner Heart & Hand. Please see our website or Facebook for photos.

Xcel Energy has started a construction project on Franklin St. between 37th-39th avenues to relocate a high voltage line, expect construction in this area through March-April. For questions or concerns please contact James E Craig with Xcel Energy, james.e.craig@xcelenergy.com or 303.571.7291 please see our website or Facebook for more info

3800 Franklin St (the empty parking lot on the corner of Franklin and 38th) will be developed into townhomes, 9 units total, similar to the development across the street (blue buildings)

The Beloved Community Village has moved to a nearby lot (one lot west) due to upcoming construction at their previous location. The village will have to move again in June, CNA is working to find a new location for the site

The Platte to Park Hill Stormwater Project funding was approved by City Council, a $78 million dollar design and construction contract to Sema Construction Inc. for the 39th Avenue greenway and the Park Hill retention projects

Urban Land Conservatory is in the process of demolishing the historic Denver Tramway Co building at 35th and Gilpin. A new development will eventually be built on the land. If you have complaints during the demo contact Rebecca Landau, Property Manager, rlandau@urbanlandc.org or 720.699.0329
Crime report from the Denver Police Department

Community updates -

Beloved Community Village update from Rev. Cole Chandler, learn more about the village’s recent move, plans for 2018 and beyond


Ricardo Rocha - Abarrotes Bondadosa, a bilingual service delivering groceries + goods to homes throughout Denver. They offer a variety of products to choose from, and accept cash, checks, debit/credit cards, and SNAP benefits. More info at bondadosa.org/

Board updates

Danny - At Large Update
Ashley - Treasurer Update
Mike - EPA CAG update
Trena - Together Colorado & Annunciation community meeting, Participatory Budgeting process

Neighbor announcements/open mic
T shirts and yard signs!
Adjourn

CNA January MeetingJan 11, 6:30pmDsst: Cole Middle SchoolPlease join us this Thursday evening for our monthly CNA general meeting at DSST:Cole Middle School, 33rd and Lafayette. On the agenda this month: DPD crime report, updates from the Beloved Community Village tiny homes, info on a new grocery delivery service, and future construction plans in the neighborhood.

Full agenda:

Cole Neighborhood Association January 2018 General Meeting Agenda
January 11, 2018 social time at 6:15 PM, meeting at 6:30 PM
DSST Cole Middle School 1350 E. 33rd Ave (33rd and Lafayette)

Announcements

Thank you everyone who donated to our holiday fundraising efforts. The neighborhood was able to raise over $1000 for a Cole family in need, and dozens of toys were donated to our charity partner Heart & Hand. Please see our website or Facebook for photos.

Xcel Energy has started a construction project on Franklin St. between 37th-39th avenues to relocate a high voltage line, expect construction in this area through March-April. For questions or concerns please contact James E Craig with Xcel Energy, james.e.craig@xcelenergy.com or 303.571.7291 please see our website or Facebook for more info

3800 Franklin St (the empty parking lot on the corner of Franklin and 38th) will be developed into townhomes, 9 units total, similar to the development across the street (blue buildings)

The Beloved Community Village has moved to a nearby lot (one lot west) due to upcoming construction at their previous location. The village will have to move again in June, CNA is working to find a new location for the site

The Platte to Park Hill Stormwater Project funding was approved by City Council, a $78 million dollar design and construction contract to Sema Construction Inc. for the 39th Avenue greenway and the Park Hill retention projects

Urban Land Conservatory is in the process of demolishing the historic Denver Tramway Co building at 35th and Gilpin. A new development will eventually be built on the land. If you have complaints during the demo contact Rebecca Landau, Property Manager, rlandau@urbanlandc.org or 720.699.0329
Crime report from the Denver Police Department

Community updates -

Beloved Community Village update from Rev. Cole Chandler, learn more about the village’s recent move, plans for 2018 and beyond


Ricardo Rocha - Abarrotes Bondadosa, a bilingual service delivering groceries + goods to homes throughout Denver. They offer a variety of products to choose from, and accept cash, checks, debit/credit cards, and SNAP benefits. More info at bondadosa.org/

Board updates

Danny - At Large Update
Ashley - Treasurer Update
Mike - EPA CAG update
Trena - Together Colorado & Annunciation community meeting, Participatory Budgeting process

Neighbor announcements/open mic
T shirts and yard signs!
Adjourn
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CNA January Meeting

Posted: Friday January 5th, 2018 - 12:06 am

Happy New Year from the CNA! A few announcements:

The tiny homes at the Beloved Community Village have relocated to an adjacent lot, slightly west of their previous location. The community is looking for a dozen skilled volunteers on Friday and Saturday of this week from 8:00am-4:00pm. On Saturday, the community is also inviting all levels of experience, including families, to come help decorate the fence at the new site!

Xcel energy will begin a construction project along Franklin St next Monday Jan 8th. We wish we could have provided the neighborhood more notice of this in advance but the CNA was not notified until just today (Jan 4th). The project will be moving a buried high voltage line deeper underground in preparation for the 39th Ave Greenway & Open Channel (which was just approved by City Council this past week).

No parking signs will go up along the 3700, 3800, and 3900 blocks of Franklin this weekend. Some residents will not be able to park in front of their homes during phase one (MHT 1) of the construction which is expected to last one month. Work is currently slated to take place 6 days a week from 7am-5pm. Please see the attached notice to homeowners, and maps of the closures. Phase two (MHT 2) will take approximately 2-3 months and will not impact residents from parking in front of their homes but will still close some local streets in the north Cole area.

Thanks very much! - Mike Dugan, President
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Happy New Year from the CNA! A few announcements:

The tiny homes at the Beloved Community Village have relocated to an adjacent lot, slightly west of their previous location. The community is looking for a dozen skilled volunteers on Friday and Saturday of this week from 8:00am-4:00pm. On Saturday, the community is also inviting all levels of experience, including families, to come help decorate the fence at the new site!

Xcel energy will begin a construction project along Franklin St next Monday Jan 8th. We wish we could have provided the neighborhood more notice of this in advance but the CNA was not notified until just today (Jan 4th). The project will be moving a buried high voltage line deeper underground in preparation for the 39th Ave Greenway & Open Channel (which was just approved by City Council this past week).

No parking signs will go up along the 3700, 3800, and 3900 blocks of Franklin this weekend. Some residents will not be able to park in front of their homes during phase one (MHT 1) of the construction which is expected to last one month. Work is currently slated to take place 6 days a week from 7am-5pm. Please see the attached notice to homeowners, and maps of the closures. Phase two (MHT 2) will take approximately 2-3 months and will not impact residents from parking in front of their homes but will still close some local streets in the north Cole area.

Thanks very much! - Mike Dugan, President

Posted: Thursday December 14th, 2017 - 9:33 pm

Join us for party with dazzling entertainment, beer, wine, and as much Sexy Pizza as you can eat!

One year to the day from the "Move along to Where?" forum at the Exdo Event Center in RiNo, Colorado Village Collaborative is co-hosting "Move along to Here," a fundraising party with the Alternative Solutions Advocacy Project. Come learn about tiny home villages as an innovative solution to the current housing shortage.

The true cost of this event per person is about $15. We are strongly encouraging anyone with discretionary income to purchase a ticket at the $25-$50 level to ensure that no one is turned away and to begin investing in the growing tiny home movement. Find the link to purchase tickets below!

www.eventbrite.com/e/move-along-to-here-tickets-39838574248

www.westword.com/news/rinos-beloved-community-tiny-home-village-to-relocate-9751098

Move Along to HereDec 15, 7:00pmRedLine DenverJoin us for party with dazzling entertainment, beer, wine, and as much Sexy Pizza as you can eat!

One year to the day from the "Move along to Where?" forum at the Exdo Event Center in RiNo, Colorado Village Collaborative is co-hosting "Move along to Here," a fundraising party with the Alternative Solutions Advocacy Project. Come learn about tiny home villages as an innovative solution to the current housing shortage.

The true cost of this event per person is about $15. We are strongly encouraging anyone with discretionary income to purchase a ticket at the $25-$50 level to ensure that no one is turned away and to begin investing in the growing tiny home movement. Find the link to purchase tickets below!

www.eventbrite.com/e/move-along-to-here-tickets-39838574248

www.westword.com/news/rinos-beloved-community-tiny-home-village-to-relocate-9751098
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Posted: Tuesday December 5th, 2017 - 6:02 pm

The Cole Neighborhood Association (CNA) will be hosting it's annual holiday party on December 14th, 6pm, at Rino Beer Garden (38th & Walnut). Come celebrate with your neighbors, there will be free appetizers, happy hour drink specials, an ugly sweater contest and more! Rino Beer Garden is graciously providing a private space and a donation to the neighborhood to help with our annual holiday fundraising goals. We will be collecting gifts for a toy drive, please bring all items unwrapped. We hope you can join us or donate online here: www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=QX5G6EBSF7SDS

CNA Holiday Party 2017!Dec 14, 6:00pmRiNo Beer GardenThe Cole Neighborhood Association (CNA) will be hosting it's annual holiday party on December 14th, 6pm, at Rino Beer Garden (38th & Walnut). Come celebrate with your neighbors, there will be free appetizers, happy hour drink specials, an ugly sweater contest and more! Rino Beer Garden is graciously providing a private space and a donation to the neighborhood to help with our annual holiday fundraising goals. We will be collecting gifts for a toy drive, please bring all items unwrapped. We hope you can join us or donate online here: www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=QX5G6EBSF7SDS
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CNA Holiday Party 2017!

Posted: Thursday November 30th, 2017 - 12:11 pm

'Tis the season! The Cole Neighborhood Association has partnered with Heart and Hand Center and adopted a Cole family this holiday season. The family is a single mother with 2 kids and another on the way along with grandparents and a great aunt. 100% of donations received will be used to purchase the needs and wants from the family's wish list. To donate, visit www.coledenver.com and click the PayPal link in the upper right-hand corner. Your donation is tax deductible! We will shop for the items the weekend of December 9 and 10 so donate today. Happy holidays! ... See MoreSee Less

Tis the season! The Cole Neighborhood Association has partnered with Heart and Hand Center and adopted a Cole family this holiday season. The family is a single mother with 2 kids and another on the way along with grandparents and a great aunt. 100% of donations received will be used to purchase the needs and wants from the familys wish list. To donate, visit www.coledenver.com and click the PayPal link in the upper right-hand corner. Your donation is tax deductible! We will shop for the items the weekend of December 9 and 10 so donate today. Happy holidays!

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I’m sure I’m missing something obvious but I don’t see the PayPal link when I go to the site.

Posted: Monday November 27th, 2017 - 11:34 am

Consider supporting your neighbors this holiday season. The Cole Neighborhood Association has adopted a local family in need by working with a great local charity: Heart & Hand. Now is the time to make your tax deductible donation just follow the link to coledenver.com and click the donate button. We have a goal of raising $500 by December 7th so please like and share this post to get the word out!

Holiday Party! Please join us on the evening of Thursday December 14th for our annual holiday party hosted this year by Rino Beer Garden. There will be free appetizers, happy hour drink specials, games, and more. We will also be collecting toys for our toy drive, please bring all items unwrapped. We hope to see you at the party and thank you for supporting the association and the neighborhood.
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Consider supporting your neighbors this holiday season. The Cole Neighborhood Association has adopted a local family in need by working with a great local charity: Heart & Hand. Now is the time to make your tax deductible donation just follow the link to https://coledenver.com and click the donate button. We have a goal of raising $500 by December 7th so please like and share this post to get the word out!

Holiday Party! Please join us on the evening of Thursday December 14th for our annual holiday party hosted this year by Rino Beer Garden. There will be free appetizers, happy hour drink specials, games, and more. We will also be collecting toys for our toy drive, please bring all items unwrapped. We hope to see you at the party and thank you for supporting the association and the neighborhood.

Posted: Wednesday November 22nd, 2017 - 10:59 am

Hello Cole! The Cole Neighborhood Association is partnering with Heart and Hand Center to adopt a family again this holiday season. You can help by donating money which we will use to buy the needs and wants from their wishlist. To donate, please visit www.coledenver.com and click the paypal link. We will shop for the items the weekend of December 9 and 10 so donate today! ... See MoreSee Less

Hello Cole! The Cole Neighborhood Association is partnering with Heart and Hand Center to adopt a family again this holiday season. You can help by donating money which we will use to buy the needs and wants from their wishlist. To donate, please visit www.coledenver.com and click the paypal link. We will shop for the items the weekend of December 9 and 10 so donate today!

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Thank you so much for your support and participation. Happy Holidays!

Posted: Tuesday November 7th, 2017 - 7:50 am

Please join us this Thursday evening for our monthly neighborhood association meeting. Agenda:

Cole Neighborhood Association October 2017 General Meeting Agenda
November 9, 2017 social time at 6:00 PM, meeting at 6:30 PM
DSST Cole Middle School 1350 E. 33rd Ave (enter at 33rd and Lafayette next to the mural)

Social time

Announcements

The board met with Nick Swett from Bridges to Prosperity
The Art Bridge will be a pedestrian bridge over South Platte between Globeville and RiNo at 35th - A $3m project at 90% design phase. CNA board voted yes in signing off on a letter of support

Lois Doll is heading up a project to plant trees along Bruce Randolph this spring, if you are interested in helping contact her at loisrdoll@gmail.com or the CNA board

The zoning committee commented on a right of way variance request at 35th and Gilpin and approved with conditions. The project was requesting to take 1-2 feet of setback space, the committee commented with concern this will impede mobility and requested the applicant consider a change in zoning to residential. We hope to provide another update soon.

Holiday Party December 14th at Rino Beer Garden (formerly Jake’s) 38th & Walnut
Come out and celebrate with CNA, we will again be hosting a toy drive and adopting a family in need
Contact the CNA board for more info

Holiday Bazaar comes to Cole at the Denver Rock Drill (39th and Gilpin) starting the Friday after Thanksgiving and the following two Fridays. Shopping, food, drinks, and music, more info at DenverBazaar.com

The CNA board is seeking to fill vacant positions for media director, communications director, and secretary. If you are interested come talk to a board member or email board@coledenver.com

Crime report

Community updates

Shontel Lewis - Denver Public Schools strengthening neighborhoods initiative. Operating and sustaining high quality, socio-economically integrated schools in our communities. Weigh in on the impacts of changing neighborhoods and integration. The DPS committee is moving towards policy recommendations for the Board of Education

Board and committee updates

Danny Fritz - At Large

Mike Dugan - EPA CAG update

Neighbor announcements/open mic

T-shirts and yard signs!

Adjourn

CNA Monthly MeetingNov 9, 6:30pmDsst: Cole Middle SchoolPlease join us this Thursday evening for our monthly neighborhood association meeting. Agenda:

Cole Neighborhood Association October 2017 General Meeting Agenda
November 9, 2017 social time at 6:00 PM, meeting at 6:30 PM
DSST Cole Middle School 1350 E. 33rd Ave (enter at 33rd and Lafayette next to the mural)

Social time

Announcements

The board met with Nick Swett from Bridges to Prosperity
The Art Bridge will be a pedestrian bridge over South Platte between Globeville and RiNo at 35th - A $3m project at 90% design phase. CNA board voted yes in signing off on a letter of support

Lois Doll is heading up a project to plant trees along Bruce Randolph this spring, if you are interested in helping contact her at loisrdoll@gmail.com or the CNA board

The zoning committee commented on a right of way variance request at 35th and Gilpin and approved with conditions. The project was requesting to take 1-2 feet of setback space, the committee commented with concern this will impede mobility and requested the applicant consider a change in zoning to residential. We hope to provide another update soon.

Holiday Party December 14th at Rino Beer Garden (formerly Jake’s) 38th & Walnut
Come out and celebrate with CNA, we will again be hosting a toy drive and adopting a family in need
Contact the CNA board for more info

Holiday Bazaar comes to Cole at the Denver Rock Drill (39th and Gilpin) starting the Friday after Thanksgiving and the following two Fridays. Shopping, food, drinks, and music, more info at DenverBazaar.com

The CNA board is seeking to fill vacant positions for media director, communications director, and secretary. If you are interested come talk to a board member or email board@coledenver.com

Crime report

Community updates

Shontel Lewis - Denver Public Schools strengthening neighborhoods initiative. Operating and sustaining high quality, socio-economically integrated schools in our communities. Weigh in on the impacts of changing neighborhoods and integration. The DPS committee is moving towards policy recommendations for the Board of Education

Board and committee updates

Danny Fritz - At Large

Mike Dugan - EPA CAG update

Neighbor announcements/open mic

T-shirts and yard signs!

Adjourn
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Holiday Party Dec 14th!

Posted: Friday November 3rd, 2017 - 8:49 am

Join Mayor Michael B. Hancock at Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum at 7711 E Academy Blvd for Cabinet in the Community! Featured events include an interactive city fair, a job fair, a pet adoption event, a city vehicle fair, and a town hall. This is your chance to let city officials know about your thoughts and concerns! ... See MoreSee Less

Posted: Monday October 30th, 2017 - 3:09 pm

Still undecided about how to vote on your upcoming Denver Ballot? Did you receive your ballot in the mail and realize that you might not be as informed a voter as you thought you were? Don’t worry! It’s not too late. Join Representative Chris Hansen, Representative James Coleman, and Leslie Herod as we host a Denver Ballot Issues Forum.

Denver Ballot Issues ForumOct 30, 6:00pmPresbyterian/St. Luke's Medical CenterLet's talk GO-Bonds and Green Roofs!

By now, you should have received your ballot in the mail, and some of you may have even filled it out and returned it already!

For everyone else who is still mulling over the ballot initiatives or just procrastinating a little, we are doing a town hall to help answer your questions about the ballot issue questions.

Please join State Representative Leslie Herod (HD-8), Representative @[79101002:2048:James Rashad Coleman] (HD-7), and @[1686629591567600:274:Representative Chris Hansen] (HD-6) along with experts who can answer all our ballot questions.

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Agenda:

[6-6:10] Welcome/Introductions - 10 minutes
Representative Chris Hansen (HD-6), Representative James Coleman (HD-7), Representative Leslie Herod (HD-8)

[6:10-6:20] Initiative 300 (YES) - 10 minutes
Green Roofs Initiative - Brandon Rietheimer

[6:20-6:30] Initiative 300 (NO) - 10 minutes
Citizens for a Responsible Denver - Brandon Rich

[6:30-6:40] Initiative 300 Questions - 10 minutes
Audience questions

[6:40-6:55] Denver GO Bond 2A-2G - 15 minutes
GO Bond Campaign - Courtney Law

[6:55-7:25] Denver GO Bond 2A-2G Questions - 30 minutes
Audience questions

[7:25-7:30] Closing - 5 minutes
Representative Chris Hansen (HD-6), Representative James Coleman (HD-7), Representative Leslie Herod (HD-8)
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Posted: Tuesday October 24th, 2017 - 6:56 pm

Meeting minutes from last neighborhood meeting

Cole Neighborhood Association October 2017 General Meeting Agenda
October 12, 2017 social time at 6:00 PM, meeting at 6:30 PM
DSST Cole Middle School 1350 E. 33rd Ave

Social time

Announcements
Cole Diversity and Inclusion committee first meeting upcoming. Email cxbrash1977@gmail.com to be notified of when it will happen.
City Park Golf Course redesign open house. Saturday 10/14 9:30 - 11:30 at Clubhouse at 2500 York St.
Cole Zoning and Planning committee. Next meeting is October 17 at 6:30. See us for location.
Washington Street Study public meeting 10/24 5:30 - 7:30 at Laradon Hall at 5100 Lincoln St.
Project Shift Central Denver Safer Crossing demo 10/28 9-3 on 26th between Welton and Emerson.
Denver Leaf Drop - weekdays now through December 8. Sites - Cherry Creek Transfer Station at 7301 E. Jewell and Havana Nursery at 10450 Smith Road.
Platte to Park Hill: city recommends SEMA for the design-build team.

Crime report - Jeff Allen - Theft up. Lock your vehicles.

Community updates
Niki Robins - Fluid Market - Community sharing app, like Air Bnb for stuff. www.fluidmarket.com.
Stuart Scofield - GO Bond
Green Roof Initiative - Buildings over 25k sq ft required to have green roof or solar on 20% of roof. 60% cap. On Nov. 7th ballot. Rally 10/15/17 Skyline Park.

Board and committee updates
Danny Fritz - At Large
Ashley White - Treasurer
Mike Dugan - EPA CAG update - Next meeting in November will be about protective liner. Mike requested a list of responsible parties. Call for volunteers to join.
Kevin Benard - Participatory Budgeting Steering Committee - $30,000 in grant money available for neighborhood improvements. Steering committee meets Nov. 11th from 9a - 5p. Looking for community input for funds. Public meeting to TBA.

Neighbor announcements/open mic
Matt from City Park Masterplan looking for community feedback regarding golf course plan.

Elections
President - Mike Dugan
Secretary - Vacant
Communications Director - Vacant
Media Director - Vacant

T-shirts and yard signs!
Adjourn
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Love the crime tip Jeff! 🤣🤣🤣

Posted: Monday October 23rd, 2017 - 11:18 am

Councilwoman Debbie Ortega wants to hear from YOU! Join a community meeting with the councilwoman to let her know what issues are important to you. The meeting is Wednesday 10/25 from 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM at Castle Marne at 1572 Race St. Light dinner will be provided! ... See MoreSee Less

Posted: Friday October 13th, 2017 - 6:41 am

Thanks for the heads up Mark Ungar !
www.runrocknroll.com/denver/the-races/course/

Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon coming to City Park this weekend. Check out the road closure schedule here rnr30-compgroup.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/sites/25/2015/04/DEN-17-Road-Closure-Grid-3.pdf
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Posted: Thursday October 12th, 2017 - 4:52 am

City Park Golf Course Redesign Community Open House

When:
Option 1: Thursday, October 12, 2017 - 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Option 2: Saturday, October 14, 2017- 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Where: City Park Golf Course Clubhouse 2500 York St, Denver, CO 80205

The City and County of Denver is hosting two identical community meetings to share plans for the redesign of City Park Golf Course and introduce the community to the design-build team of Saunders Construction, iConGolf Studio with Hale Irwin Golf Design, and clubhouse architect Johnson Nathan Strohe. The City met with the Design Working Group (DWG) on September 14th to review and gain input on the initial design. Design will be refined based on the DWG’s feedback and shared with the broader community on October 12th and 14th.

Attendees will have the opportunity to speak one-on-one with the project team, get questions answered and review informational displays.

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Let's Talk Gilpin! -- Join us this Saturday

When: Saturday, October 14th, 2014
Where: Gilpin Elementary, 720 30th Street, Denver CO 80205
Time: 9:00am to 11:00am

We are kicking off our community conversations to determine long-term options for the Gilpin Facility. Discussion will also include next steps for the Gilpin Boundary and the impacts of proposed changes. Please join us for some much needed dialogue and community conversation.

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Safer Crossing Demonstration

When: Saturday, October 28th, 2017
Where: 26th Ave between Welton and Emerson Streets in Five Points

This project is an initiative led by neighborhood pedestrian advocates from Project Shift working to increase safety while crossing across 26th Avenue between Downing and Welton streets. Currently, children in the neighborhood south of 26th Avenue have to cross heavy traffic at intersections with low visibility to get to the recreation center or the brand new playground at Lenore B. Quick Park. Our goal is to create a sense of place along 26th Avenue between Welton and Downing Streets by increasing pedestrian safety and preventing parking too close to the curb ramps, which do not allow pedestrians to cross safely.
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City Park Golf Course Redesign Community Open House

When:   
Option 1: Thursday, October 12, 2017 - 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Option 2: Saturday, October 14, 2017- 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Where: City Park Golf Course Clubhouse 2500 York St, Denver, CO 80205

The City and County of Denver is hosting two identical community meetings to share plans for the redesign of City Park Golf Course and introduce the community to the design-build team of Saunders Construction, iConGolf Studio with Hale Irwin Golf Design, and clubhouse architect Johnson Nathan Strohe. The City met with the Design Working Group (DWG) on September 14th to review and gain input on the initial design. Design will be refined based on the DWG’s feedback and shared with the broader community on October 12th and 14th.

Attendees will have the opportunity to speak one-on-one with the project team, get questions answered and review informational displays.

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Lets Talk Gilpin! -- Join us this Saturday

When: Saturday, October 14th, 2014
Where: Gilpin Elementary, 720 30th Street, Denver CO 80205
Time: 9:00am to 11:00am

We are kicking off our community conversations to determine long-term options for the Gilpin Facility. Discussion will also include next steps for the Gilpin Boundary and the impacts of proposed changes. Please join us for some much needed dialogue and community conversation.  

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Safer Crossing Demonstration

When: Saturday, October 28th, 2017
Where: 26th Ave between Welton and Emerson Streets in Five Points

This project is an initiative led by neighborhood pedestrian advocates from Project Shift working to increase safety while crossing across 26th Avenue between Downing and Welton streets. Currently, children in the neighborhood south of 26th Avenue have to cross heavy traffic at intersections with low visibility to get to the recreation center or the brand new playground at Lenore B. Quick Park. Our goal is to create a sense of place along 26th Avenue between Welton and Downing Streets by increasing pedestrian safety and preventing parking too close to the curb ramps, which do not allow pedestrians to cross safely.

Posted: Wednesday October 11th, 2017 - 5:48 am

REMINDER: NEW LOCATION for the Neighborhood meeting this Thursday, Maria Mitchell Elementary School enter on 33rd near Lafayette. Come at 6p for some social time, meeting starts at 6:30p. ... See MoreSee Less

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