Mark your calendars because the next opportunity to share your thoughts on the future of your East Central Area neighborhood is coming soon!
East Central Area Plan Community Workshop
6-8 p.m., Wednesday, November 13
East High School
1600 City Park Esplanade, Denver
Attendees will have the chance to weigh in on the first draft of the East Central Area Plan, based on updated recommendations that cover the local economy, mobility, land use and urban design, and quality of life, including open space. The updates will reflect input city planners received throughout the summer on the first draft of the plan recommendations, released in May.
Plan on attending? Let the city know! RSVPs are not required to attend, but they will help us ensure we can accommodate everyone. Additional meeting information, including directions and parking information will be posted on the plan webpage closer to the date.
Can't make it? Meeting materials and opportunities to share your voice online will be posted at DenverGov.org/eastcentralplan.
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About the East Central Area Plan
The East Central Planning Area neighborhoods—Capitol Hill, North Capitol Hill, Cheesman Park, Congress Park, City Park and City Park West—contain a rich mix of amenities, jobs, and housing options, and remain among the most dynamic places in the city. The area’s outdated plans coupled with additional changes on the horizon—including plans to improve City Park, add Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) along Colfax Avenue, and new amenities such as Civic Center Transit Station and the Carla Madison Recreation Center—make East Central a top priority for engaging the community in a new plan..
The Neighborhood Planning Initiative provides a great opportunity to establish the community’s vision for maintaining and enhancing the quality of life in these neighborhoods for decades to come.
For more on how to get involved and stay up to date on plan news:
- Forward this email to others with interest in the East Central Area
- Visit the plan webpage
- Contact Senior City Planner Scott Robinson