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SOUTHEAST DENVER NEWS

Southmoor Station Visioning & Blueprint Denver Community Meetings

Update 2/20 at 2 pm. Meeting is still on as scheduled this evening. 

Tues. Feb. 20 at Thomas Jefferson High School Cafeteria (3950 S Holly St)
5:30-6 PM: Check-in & pizza
6-7:30 PM: Presentation & visit stations to provide feedback on BOTH plans
VIEW THE MEETING FLIER!

Help guide planning efforts and future development by providing input at these important community meetings (2 plans, 1 night!). Join us to share your ideas, and let’s create a community vision!

1. Southmoor Station Visioning: Residents have asked for better walkability, restaurants and fun gathering places for people. The Southmoor Station area is just one opportunity. At this initial meeting, we’ll provide an overview of the area and present creative ideas for you to reflect on and provide feedback. 

2. Blueprint Denver, the city’s 2002 integrated land use and transportation plan, is currently undergoing an update as part of Denveright, a community-driven planning process that challenges Denverites to shape how our community evolves in four key areas: land use, mobility, parks and recreational resources. The Blueprint team will be asking for your feedback to determine what land use and transportation improvements will benefit southeast Denver. 

Bible Park Bridges Update

Update (2/7/18): 
The first bridge (south) was lowered and set on 2/7/18 and will be open to the public by March 31, 2018. This bridge provides a key connection to the park and the Goldsmith Gulch Trail, and are replacing the former 4’ wide bridge with a 12’ wide bridge that will better serve the park and regional trail.

Design of the East (E Amherst Ave) and West (S Newport St) bridges is underway, and construction is anticipated to begin in late summer/early fall 2018. Read the updated FAQ here. 

 
 

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Phone: (720)337-4444
kendra.black@denvergov.org

 

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ROCKY MOUNTAIN BALLET

           In Feb. 2018, Rocky Mountain Ballet Academy will move into their new space at Tiffany Plaza (7800 E. Hampden), down the street from their current location. The new space will feature 7000 sq. ft. with four large studios, a conditioning room, professional costume room, dressing rooms, classrooms and more. Owners and Directors, Maria Tyukova and Alexei Tyukov, opened the Academy in the summer of 2017 after Alexei retired as Principal Dancer of Colorado Ballet and Maria closed a previous studio where she was awarded the 2017 Outstanding Teacher Award through Youth America Grand Prix. RMBA provides exceptional ballet training and classes in modern, jazz, tap, character, conditioning, boys ballet and Russian language. Learn more at rockymountainballetacademy.com.

 

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