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Making Denver livable for its people now and in the future is the overarching vision that guides all planning efforts. Each plan is the result of a thorough, collaborative public process; each represents a long-term, broad vision for a community and functions as a guide for future land use and urban design, ensuring orderly and appropriate neighborhood development. For more information on types of plans and the planning process, visit How We Plan.
Plans currently in progress are listed below. Follow the links for information on the scope of each project, the planning process and opportunities for public input.
Get involved in the neighborhood planning process for Barnum, Barnum West, Sun Valley, Valverde, Villa Park and West Colfax.
Get involved in the neighborhood planning process for Goldsmith, Indian Creek, Virginia Village and Washington Virginia Vale.
Get involved in the neighborhood planning process for Chaffee Park, Highland, Jefferson Park and Sunnyside.
Get involved in the planning process to create a vision for the future of the Park Hill Golf Course.
Learn more about the neighborhood planning process for Montbello, Green Valley Ranch and part of the Denver International Airport, and a potential amendment to the adopted plan.