Mayor John Hickenlooper and City leaders will host neighborhood and community organizations in a day of community-wide networking and neighborhood leadership training on Saturday, Aug. 1, at Coors Field.
The conference agenda will include a lunch-time keynote address by Hickenlooper; presentations by local and national leaders on community building; workshops to address specific issues facing neighborhoods; small- and large-group decision-making sessions designed to define what strong neighborhoods look like; tips to identify effective strategies to promote neighborhoods; and opportunities for networking.
The conference will begin at 8 a.m. and end at 1 p.m. The goal is to encourage a shared vision for Denver’s diverse neighborhood and community groups, allow for collaboration in building stronger neighborhoods and lead to action on a block-by-block basis. This conference is for anyone interested in:
- Learning about the exciting things neighborhood associations and other organizations are doing to improve the quality of life in Denver’s neighborhoods.
- Finding out how the City is working to engage residents in projects and plans intended to build community relations.
- Gaining practical tools for addressing a wide range of community and neighborhood issues.
- Networking with neighbors, groups and City officials.
To accommodate participants appropriately, please register by July 24. To register or for more information, contact Heather Barry at (720) 865-9103 or via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign language interpretation is provided upon request with at least three business days notice at (720) 913-8484 TTY or (720) 913-8487 Voice or e-mail Lorie Kosinski at email@example.com
Communications Director Eric Brown or
Deputy Comm. Dir. Sabrina D’Agosta