COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE

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WHERE:            Carla Madison Recreation Center

2401 East Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO 80206
Overflow parking is available in the East High School student lot on the north side of East 16th Avenue.

 

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

Scheduled to reopen in 2019, the City Park Golf Course Redesign project includes an updated 18-hole golf course with natural landscaping, a new clubhouse and maintenance facility, stormwater detention that provides increased flood protection to thousands of homes, and a reforestation program with a net gain of 500 trees. The basis of design for this project was developed from an iterative, collaborative process with a cross-section of members within the community. The redesign maintains sweeping vistas and park like feel of the course.

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