Posner Center for International Development (the historic Horse Barn) at 33rd and Arapahoe starting at 6:00 p.m.

For the Potluck, bring a dish to share according to your last name:

A-M: Dessert

N-S: Entrée

T-Z: Appetizer or vegetable dish

We look forward to seeing all your smiling faces on December 5th! 

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AuthorRob Price

Thursday, November 3rd
United Way, 711 Park Ave. West
(Enter from parking lot at “CoBank” sign)
6:30 p.m. Police Update & Snacks
7:00-8:30 p.m. Main Agenda

1. Jessica Morse - Reading Partners mentoring program
2. Beverly Grant - Mo'Better Greens
3. Douglas Edwards - Camping and the homeless
4. Paul Davidson - Parking Plan Update
5. Jason Back - LiveWell Colorado
6. John Hayden - Tulips in the Parks

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AuthorRob Price

Our October CPN meeting will take place October 6th

United Way, 711 Park Ave. West
(Enter from parking lot at “CoBank” sign)
6:30 p.m. Police Update & Snacks
7:00-8:30 p.m. Main Agenda
1. The Great Pumpkin Festival - John Hayden
2. Graffiti Removal in the neighborhood - Donna Borrego
3. Redevelopment of The Puritan Pie Building - Eileen Richardson
4. Parking Study Survey and input - Paul Davidson and Keith Pryor
5. Curtis Park Neighbors Board Nominations - Rob Price and John Hayden

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AuthorRob Price

Our August meeting will be Thursday, August 4th. Join us for snacks and a police update at 6:30 p.m. The main agenda will run from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at our new location: Mile High United Way, 711 Park Ave. West (Enter from Stout Street parking lot through entrance with "CoBank" sign).

1. Warm Cookies of the Revolution - Chris Getzan
2. Curtis Street Block Party - J.R. LaPierre
3. Community Policing - Dist. 6 Commander Ronald Saunier
4. RiNo Development Update - Andrew Feinstein
5. How to navigate the Landmark Process - Sue Glassmacher

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AuthorRob Price

Our June meeting will be Thursday, June 2nd. Join us for snacks and a police update at 6:30 p.m. The main agenda will run from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at our new location: Mile High United Way, 711 Park Ave. West (Enter from Stout Street parking lot through entrance with "CoBank" sign).

1. Candidate for CU Board of Regents - Lucky Vidmar
2. What makes a transit oriented neighborhood - John Hayden
3. 38th and Blake Station Area Zoning - Tim Watkins
4. 6250 mixed use lot moratorium - Paul Davidson
5. Arapahoe Square Zoning and Design Guidelines - Abe Barge
6. Juneteenth - Norman Harris

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AuthorRob Price

Our May meeting will be Thursday, May 5th.  Join us for snacks and a police update at 6:30 p.m. The main agenda will run from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at our new location: Mile High United Way, 711 Park Ave. West (Enter from Stout Street parking lot through entrance with "CoBank" sign).

  • Curtis Park Mobility Survey Results and Next Steps - Justin Schmidt
  • Champa and Stout Bikeway upgrades -Rachael Bronson
  • Mestizo-Curtis Park Master Plan – Chris Yanez
  • Get Your Move On Curtis Park! – John Hayden and Eileen Feltman
  • Micro-Unit Update
  • Open Topics
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AuthorRob Price

Our March meeting will be this Thursday, March 3rd.  Join us for snacks and a police update at 6:30 p.m. The main agenda will run from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at our new location: Mile High United Way, 711 Park Ave. West (Enter from Stout Street parking lot through entrance with "CoBank" sign).

  • Councilman Albus Brooks will give us an update on what's happening in the district
  • We'll get an introduction to local business Mile High Fitness by Kim Farmer
  • The main topic for the evening will be an open-house format review of the proposed changes to Champa and Stout, with staff from Denver Public Works.

Please take a few minutes to help with a six-question Curtis Park Mobility Survey at www.surveymonkey.com/r/curtisparkmobility -- your responses will help Public Works and our Transportation committee prioritize improvements over the next year!

 

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AuthorJoel Noble
CategoriesCPN General

Our February meeting will be this Thursday, February 4th.  Join us for snacks and a police update at 6:30 p.m. The main agenda will run from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at 2543 California Street.

  • The Five Points Business District is considering establishing a Business Improvement District and/or a General Improvement District along the Welton corridor. Tracy Winchester, FPBD's Executive Director, will share with us the goals and possibilities.
  • Sudy Kudva, one of the owners of The Matchbox, will tell us about his new plans to re-open the 715 Club on Welton & 26th Avenue. After Q&A, attendees will be asked to share their input on the liquor license application with the CPN Board, in order to develop our official position.
  • Leah Jean Shafer with The Park People will present on this year's Denver Digs Trees program for free and low-cost trees.  Applications are due by February 15th!
  • We'll be introduced to local business Integrated Health
  • Laura Coulter will tell us about the Gilpin Winter Auction coming up on Saturday, February 6th

Please take a few minutes to help with a six-question Curtis Park Mobility Survey at www.surveymonkey.com/r/curtisparkmobility -- your responses will help Public Works and our Transportation committee prioritize improvements over the next year!

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AuthorJoel Noble
CategoriesCPN General

Our first meeting of 2016 will be this Thursday, January 7th.  Early birds, join us for snacks and a police update at 6:30 p.m. The main agenda will run from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at 2543 California Street.

There are several diverse and interesting topics on the agenda for January:

  • Steve Chester with Denver Community Planning and Development will share plans for converting 21st Street from Benedict Fountain Park to Coors Field into a primarily pedestrian and bicycle corridor. Bookended by these two attractions, 21st Street is the only quiet numbered street through Downtown, so it’s well suited to become a special and safe street for biking, walking, and events!
     
  • Nicholas Allan from Davis Partnership will present plans for a 55-unit residential building featuring micro-apartments near light rail at 32nd and Stout. The building will be built without additional parking, so how the developer and the neighborhood can encourage new residents to use transit, bike and walk rather than drive individual cars will be key if this development is to integrate well into our existing neighborhood.
     
  • Ben Melius from Jake’s Sports and Spirits will present on Jake’s new menu and provide some free drink cards.
     
  • Dee Iraca will present on her new business Eat Well Chef, which aims to provide healthy delicious meals to busy people.
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AuthorJoel Noble
CategoriesCPN General

Join us December 7th at the Posner Center for International Development (the historic Horse Barn) at 33rd and Arapahoe starting at 6 p.m. to celebrate all things great about Curtis Park. Bring a neighbor -- everyone is welcome!

Free childcare will be provided.

A highlight of the evening will be a drawing of goods and services donated by awesome businesses and organizations like Rosenberg’s, RedLine, Work & Class, Haven nail salon, Wonderbound, Denver Botanic Gardens, Whole Yoga and many, many more! Craft beer will be provided this year by our friends at Spangalang Brewery (2736 Welton St).

For the Potluck, please bring a dish to share according to your last name:

A-M: Entrée

N-S: Appetizer or vegetable dish

T-Z: Dessert

Stay warm, and we'll see you Monday, December 7th!

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AuthorJoel Noble
CategoriesCPN General