This summer and fall, Denver's city planners gathered input from residents, business owners and other community stakeholders — both out in the community and online — to help draft a vision for the East Central Area neighborhoods.
Planners have attended community events and meetings to talk about the planning process and hear directly from community members. Additionally, our online surveys have drawn thousands of respondents across the plan area who have shared what they like and dislike and their ideas for improving where they live, work and play.
Beginning in 2018, all the comments and ideas that community members have been providing will start to take shape into a shared community vision for each planning area. Check back on this page for updates and more opportunites to get involved.
Council members Wayne New and Albus Brooks have convened the Steering Committee for the East Central Area Plan. All meetings for the committee will be open to the public.
6-8 p.m., Thursday, December 14
CHUN Tears McFarlane House, 1290 Williams St., Community Hall
6-8 p.m., 2nd Thursday of the month
CHUN Tears-McFarlane House Community Room, 1290 Williams St.
|Jimmy Balafas||Colfax Business Improvement District|
|Brad Cameron||Cheesman Park|
|Buzz Geller||Commercial property owner|
|Neil Goldblatt||Commercial property owner|
|Bob Hampe||North Capitol Hill|
|Frank Locantore||Uptown on the Hill, Colfax Ave Business Improvement District|
|Sean Mandel||Commercial property owner|
|Don Novak||Bluebird Business Improvement District|
|Heather O'Neil||City Park West|
|Michelle Reichmuth||City Park Neigborhood Advisory|
|Caroline Schomp||Capitol Hill|
|Myles Tangalin||Congress Park|
|Trent Thompson||South City Park|
The East Central Planning Area includes the statistical neighborhoods adjacent to Colfax Avenue between Broadway and Colorado Boulevard, including Capitol Hill, North Capitol Hill, Cheesman Park, Congress Park, City Park and City Park West. The area contains a rich mix of amenities, jobs, and housing options, and remains one of the most dynamic places in the city. The area’s outdated plans coupled with additional changes on the horizon—including plans to improve City Park, add Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) along Colfax Avenue, and new amenities such as Civic Center Transit Station and the Carla Madison Recreation Center—make East Central a top priority for engaging the community in a new plan.