East Area Plan – Community Open House to Review Draft Plan – Postponed
In response to Mayor Michael B. Hancock’s guidance on city-sponsored public gatherings to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus), CPD has postponed the community open house scheduled for Thursday, March 26. CPD will update the project webpage at DenverGov.org/eastplan in the coming days with additional information, including online options for participation.
After reviewing extensive comments on potential recommendations for the East Area Plan, the city will be holding a community open house to discuss the draft plan with community members. Join your neighbors to learn about the plan and offer feedback. When the draft plan is available, it will be posted here. The city plans to send an email notice ahead of the event – this notice is a SAVE THE DATE notice.
Johnson & Wales University Academic Center
1900 Olive Street, Denver
Food will be provided, and children are welcome.
Plan on attending? Let us know! RSVPs are not required to attend, but they will help us ensure we can accommodate everyone.
Can’t make it? The draft plan, meeting materials and opportunities to share your voice online will be posted on the project website.
Language interpretation : To request interpretation in any language, email [email protected] four days before the workshop.
Accessibility : If you need a sign language interpreter or CART Services, contact [email protected] at least three business days ahead of the meeting you’d like to attend. For other public accommodation requests/concerns related to a disability, please contact [email protected]
About the East Area Plan
The East Planning Area neighborhoods—South Park Hill, Montclair, Hale, and East Colfax—contain many great community assets, including historic parkways, the Rose Medical Center, Johnson and Wales University, and many unique, locally-owned businesses. The area is experiencing some significant changes, such as the 9th and Colorado mixed use project, as well as plans to add Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) along Colfax Avenue. Two of the four neighborhoods, South Park Hill and East Colfax, have out of date plans, while Hale and Montclair have no plans at all.
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 Area
- Visit the plan webpage
- Contact Senior City Planner Elizabeth Weigle