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Completed Public Events

August–September 2015 Initial stakeholder interviews to gain background information and help shape the public outreach
November 2015 Platte to Park Hill public open house to gain broad community feedback on current and desired park uses
December 2015
January 2016
One-on-one discussions with stakeholders (revisiting some previous interviewees) to address concerns and refine park use input
January 2016 Youth park input activity in collaboration with the South Platte River Environmental Education (SPREE) program with students from Garden Place Academy
January 2016 Public open house focused on park use, mobility/connectivity, environmental, water quality, and park amenities
March 2016 Stakeholder field tour to visit Pasquinel’s Landing Park on the South Platte River and walking Globeville Landing Park to gain a better understanding of park redesign options and access to the river
April 2016 Platte to Park Hill public open house to gain refined input on park use and desired amenities to inform the future concept designs
April 2016 Youth input session with Stapleton Recreation Center and St. Charles Recreation Center users
April 2016 Input session with parents group from Garden Place Academy to refine potential park uses and amenities
May 2016

Focus group meeting with representative stakeholders as final guidance prior to developing three draft park concepts for public consideration

May 19, 2016

Public Open House to review draft park concept plans

June 21, 2016

Public Open House to present preferred concept



A public information campaign will be ongoing during park design refinements and throughout construction to keep neighbors, park users, and other stakeholders informed on the project’s progress.