Just a reminder that CPFAN’s guest speakers this month will be the Denver Zoo and Denver Digs Trees. The Denver Zoo will give a presentation of their plans for the future of the Zoo and Denver Digs Trees will talk about their program to distribute free and low cost trees throughout our neighborhoods.
We look forward to seeing you there. Please feel free to bring friends or neighbors.
MAY MEETING AGENDA
• . COMMITTEE ORGANIZATION
• . UPDATES
• CITY PARK GOLF COURSE LAW SUIT / ACTIONS
• CPFAN PETITION TO SAVE CITY PARK GOLF COURSE (3634 Signatures so far!)
• PARK HILL GOLF COURSE A”NEW” PARK FOR DENVER?
• NEW CPFAN VIDEO TO SUPPORT THE CITY PARK GOLF COURSE LAW SUIT
• .RESOLUTION AGAINST PLATTE TO PARK HILL DRAINAGE BY EXEC, COMMITTEE OF DENVER DEMOCRATIC PARTY
• .INTER-NEIGHBORHOOD COOPERATIVE (INC) UPDATE
Public Open House
Tuesday, May 30th
5PM to 7PM
City Park Pavilion
1700 N. York Street
Project: City Park Master Plan Update
Purpose: Join Denver Parks & Recreation and Historic Denver at City Park Pavilion to learn about the master plan update, discuss what makes City Park “the people’s park” and share your ideas for this planning process!
For more information, visit www.denvergov.org/parkprojects or contact Kelly Ream | Project Manager 720.913.0671 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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City Park Needs your Input!!!
On Thursday, February 1 at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, there will be an Open House for the public to review the work of the City Park Master Plan Update and to offer their recommendations and voice their concerns as to how the plan evolves. The event is hosted by the Denver Department of Parks and Recreation and takes place from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm.
The City Park Master Plan Update (updated from the 2001 Master Plan) will be finalized in March, so it is imperative that the public’s opinions and concerns be registered NOW.
What do you care about in City Park? What are your concerns? What would you like to see changed and what would you like to stay the same? Below are a few of the issues you might want to address:
*Parking: how are the needs of the Museum and Zoo for additional parking going to effect City Park proper?
*When will water return to the DeBoer Canyon?
*What are the plans for beautifying the Zoo’s Gate 15 service area behind the Asian Elephant Exhibit and fronting the City Park by Duck Lake?
*What are the plans for activating the Lilly Pond?
*There is a committee suggestion to install an ice cream store in the historic Bible House and a similar amenity in the Elephant House (also know as the Pump House). Do you prefer further activating the park or retaining its passive character? What are you concerns about additional parking needs such amenities would stimulate in City Park?
You have other concerns and questions as well. Please come to the City Park Master Plan Update Open House on Feb. 1 and lend your voice to the future of City Park.
City Park Needs Your Active Participation and Your Help
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The National Western Center and its partners are currently undergoing a study to gather input from neighbors and surrounding communities on how the public areas of the new center will be used. This input will help create a year-round destination that connects communities through education, entertainment, history and culture. In addition, there will be an opportunity to speak one-on-one with representatives from
other projects in the area and get your questions answered.Please go to nationalwesterncenter.com for more information or call Julie Skeen, National Western Center Placemaking Team Contact, at 303-905-4108; this number can also be used for Spanish-language
questions or a sign language interpreter request.
National Western Center Placemaking Public Meeting
On-street parking available
Colorado Miners Community Center
4809 Race St. Denver, CO 80216
A light meal, childcare and
Spanish language translation will be provided.
El Centro National Western y sus socios están llevando a cabo un estudio para recolectar la opinión de los
vecinos y las comunidades colindantes sobre cómo se usarán las zonas públicas en el nuevo centro. Estas
opiniones ayudarán a crear un destino de uso el año entero que conectará las comunidades con la
educación, entretenimiento, historia y cultura. Además, tendrá la oportunidad de hablar individualmente
con representantes de los otros proyectos en la zona y que le contesten cualquier pregunta que tenga.
Por favor visite nationalwesterncenter.com para obtener más información o llame a Julie Skeen, Contacto
del Equipo de Crear un Lugar del Centro National Western, al 303-905-4108; este número también se
usará para preguntas en español o para solicitar un intérprete de lengua de señas.
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The City and County of Denver and Saunders Construction are hosting a community open house to share updates on the redesign of City Park Golf Course.
There will be stations with information on the following aspects of the project:
- Clubhouse final design
- Interpretive/historical exhibits design concepts
- 23rd Avenue intersection design concept
- Stormwater irrigation
- Golf course routing and design
- Construction progress update