Due to the blizzard, we regret that we must cancel tonight’s SLCG meeting. The Candidate Forum will be rescheduled for our next meeting on April 10.
Check out our newly painted solar pedestrian lights, shown to the left, boosting color and art alongside our mural boxes and bus shelters. All of these improvements are designed to make walking in the district more engaging than ever, and queue up bigger crossing enhancements through GO bond funding expected next year.
For more information on this and other district projects, join us at WCBID’s annual member public hearing coming up on October 16th at our offices, 3275 W 14th Ave. The purpose of this hearing will be to discuss and approve next year’s budget and operating plan. We will highlight accomplishments from the year and our plans for next. This is a great opportunity for BID members to weigh in our plans!
Speaking of plans, the Over the Colfax Clover design demonstration is captured here on video
, with survey results on Colfax & Federal interchange re-design options here
Looking ahead, it’s a busy fall, with a mural walk and care day/neighborhood clean up this weekend (details below). Also mark your calendars for:
>Our yard sign giveaway (similar to image left), bulb planting, median art design and happy hour for Over the Colfax Clover. Meet at Corky Gonzales Library. Saturday, October 20th from 2-5 pm.
>District Happy Hour and illuminated bus shelter tour, day of week of November 26th TBD at Little Man Ice Cream on West Colfax. Preview of lit shelters shown to the left.
You are invited!
Public Meeting on the National Western Center’s Placemaking Study
Thursday, Oct. 18 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Presentation at 6:00pm followed by Q&A
Stapleton Recreation Center, 5090 Broadway in Denver
On-street parking available
The National Western Center Campus Placemaking Study is in its final stages. This study will help guide the design character of the redeveloped 250-acre site. Join us on Oct. 18 to review updated visuals of the future site and provide your input on recommended Placemaking design recommendations. Your input has been vital throughout this process and we would like to share how feedback gathered from the community and partners has been combined with industry best practices to develop initial site layout/character and design standards. This input will continue to be important to inform how the campus comes to life through design refinement and the construction phase of the redevelopment.
The meeting flyer in English and Spanish is attached to this email. Please share it with your communication networks.
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As a reminder, our next Neighbors of the Stadium Meeting will be held tomorrow evening at 5pm in the stadium conference room; enter the double glass doors next to Gate 3. Parking will be available in Lot J. Please RSVP if you plan to attend.
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