Determining “Great Paths” in our Community

Paths Flier - October 21st Meeting

Change is in the air within communities along Federal Boulevard. New residents, new businesses – people out and about. How often do you walk to the store, to the coffee shop, or to the park? Whether you have been here for awhile or are new to the area, where do like to go and how do you get there? How can we encourage more walking and less driving in northwest Denver?

Please join us for a community meeting October 21 at 6:00 pm at Colorado Youth For A Change at 2931 West 25th Avenue, to identify top walking destinations and to gather suggestions for improving pedestrian routes. The effort involves a unique coalition of neighborhood interests including WalkDenver, Federal Blvd Business Improvement District and Partnership, Jefferson Park United Neighbors and Sloan’s Lake Citizens’ Group.

Bring your thoughts and ideas to the community meeting about the destinations you walk (school, restaurant, park, bus stop, grocery store, etc.). Are their barriers along the path to your destinations and what might improve the experience? Are there other paths? The meeting will be a fun and interactive exercise with mapping stations to brainstorm destinations, paths and barriers. The mapping area is roughly bounded by Lowell Blvd to I-25, W. 29th to 20th Ave’s. Refreshments and food will be provided, hope to see you there!

More information at or contact Brooke Bailey at 303.667.1710

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