The Golden Triangle Neighborhood Plan covers the statistical neighborhood of Civic Center, last planned in 1998. The Golden Triangle is unique -- located between the Cherry Creek greenway, the downtown business district and Capitol Hill. It’s rich in history and culture, encompassing Civic Center Park, the state capitol, the Denver City and County Building, the Denver Art Museum, the Denver Public Library and other civic assets. Its more than 2,100 residents are integral to the vibrancy and activity of this locale in the heart of the city. The plan also looks at areas adjacent to the Golden Triangle and its connection to surrounding neighborhoods.
The planning process kicked off in the summer of 2013 and is almost complete. The development of the draft plan drew from community input gathered through a diverse series of public outreach efforts including:
- Stakeholder Advisory Group Meeting #4 (July 2, 2014)
- Community meeting and open house (July 1, 2014)
- Stakeholder Advisory Group Meeting #3 (February 2014)
- Community Workshop #2 and Public Comment Cards (December 2013)
- Stakeholder Advisory Group Meeting #2 (December 2013)
- Triangle Transformations (September 19, 2013)
- Community Workshop #1 and Public Comment Cards (August 21, 2013)
- Galvanize Focus Group (July 22, 2013)
- Developer Forum (July 22, 2013)
- Surveys conducted at Civic Center Eats, Taste of Colorado, and National Night Out
- Stakeholder Advisory Group Meeting #1 (June 21, 2013). View presentation (PDF), wall graphic (PDF)
See the full summary of all of our community engagement and public outreach (PDF).
Additional Planning Process Documents
The Golden Triangle Neighborhood Plan will be guided by past planning documents, including the citywide Comprehensive Plan 2000 and Blueprint Denver, as well as other small area plans that are adjacent to or include the Golden Triangle neighborhood. Learn more online: