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Two weeks left! Read and react to Denveright, community-driven plans to guide growth over the next 20 years

—  Mayor Hancock and city released the plans August 6 —

— Remaining office hours: TODAY & October 24 —

View Denveright video here.

DENVER – Denver residents have two more weeks to review and share feedback on a set of five plans to guide Denver’s growth, and its impact on development, parks, mobility options and more over the next 20 years. 

The draft plans — released August 6 — are available for public review and feedback through Oct. 31 at denvergov.org/denveright. They are:

  • Comprehensive Plan 2040 –  An overall 20-year vision and goals* 
  • Blueprint Denver –  An integrated land use and transportation plan* 
  • Game Plan for a Healthy City –  A parks and recreation plan*
  • Denver Moves: Transit – A first-ever local transit plan
  • Denver Moves: Pedestrians and Trails – A sidewalks, street crossings and trails plan

 

These community-driven plans are the result of two years of listening and engaging through the Denveright process, and encapsulate the community’s vision and expectations for a more inclusive, connected and healthy city. More than 20,000 people engaged in Denveright planning, via online and in-person surveys, open houses, workshops, educational events and more. City leaders will use the plans to guide decisions on policy, programs and public investments that will shape Denver over the next 20 years. 

The plans are available for public review and comment through October 31 at denvergov.org/denveright. A hard copy of each plan is available for in-library use at all Denver Public Library branches. Copies of the Game Plan for a Healthy City are also available at all city recreation centers. Registered neighborhood organizations [RNOs] or other community groups may request a one-month extension by contacting blueprint@denvergov.org before October 31.

Have questions about the plans? 

We've been holding office hours all over the city! There are two events remaining:

  • Denveright office hours
    Oct. 17, 3 to 6 p.m.
    Harvey Park Recreation Center, 2120 S. Tennyson Way

  • Denveright office hours
    Oct. 24, 3 to 6 p.m.
    Wellington Webb Municipal Building, 201 W. Colfax Ave, Room 1.B.6

 

What’s Next

Since releasing the plans, more than 1,600 people have provided feedback. This winter, the draft plans will be revised based on input received. In early 2019, Comprehensive Plan 2040, Blueprint Denver and Game Plan for a Healthy City will go to Denver City Council for review and adoption. (The other plans are not adopted by council.)

Learn more at denvergov.org/denveright.

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