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Your Voice

We’re striving to give everyone in Denver a voice in the roadmap for how our city evolves over the next 20+ years. To that end, we're asking questions via online surveys, Denveright workshops and public meetings. We're sending our street team to events all over the city to hear diverse perspectives.

By answering these questions, you and your neighbors will shape the community we become. Here's some of what we've heard so far.




Vision & Values

This summer and fall, the Denveright team asked you to identify what you cherish most about your city, and what your vision is for its future. The results have informed a set of values and a vision that, when complete, will guide the plans that shape Denver land use, mobility, parks and recreation for the next 20+ years.

The vision is still a draft. 

So, did we get it right? 

       - Check out this explainer and then tell us what you think about the vision for Denveright. 



Graphic: The vision is made up of six vision elements, each with a set of supporting community values


Denveright Workshops

Denveright Workshops

The Denveright team hosted workshops at five different locations across the city on October 4 and 5, bringing Denverites together to help shape the city for decades to come.



Visioning Survey

2,985 total responses from July - October 2016 


Graphic: Where do you live (by neighborhood) showing map of Denver and density of respondents


Graphic: How long have you lived in Denver? Pie chart showing respondents for less than 1 year, 1-5 years, 6-10 years, 11-20 years, and more than 20 years


Graphic: What do you like most about Denver? Top 5 responses: Parks and open green space; restaurants and entertainment; walkable neighborhoods; opportunities to live a healthy lifestyle; neighborhood main streets


Graphic: How satisfied are you with living in Denver? Response: 70 percent


Graphic: What are your biggest concerns as Denver continues to grow and change? Top 5 responses: People can't afford to live here, getting around, too many people, decreased safety, quality of architecture


Share Your Voice

Visit our Share Your Voice page to answer survey questions, find out where we'll be next and find other ways to help shape the future of your city.