Morey Neighborhood Center 2017

We will be closed December 26 – January 4.
We will reopen on Monday, January 9.
We also will be closed on Monday, January 16 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr., day.

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WHAT IS THE NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING INITIATIVE?

The Neighborhood Planning Initiative (NPI) is a new commitment to cover 100% of the city with area plans. This will be achieved over a period of approximately 10-14 years, or faster if resources allow (under Denver’s current planning approach of conducting one or two neighborhood plans at a time, this would take approximately 78 years to achieve). Under the banner of NPI, area planning will occur according to a consistent, streamlined process common to all plans. The multi-year work program will occur according to a predictable schedule laid out in advance. Once 100% coverage of the city is achieved, NPI will continue by cycling back through and updating the completed plans for each area.

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What Denverites are Saying

What Denverites are Saying
What we’ve heard about your vision for Denver

Hundreds turn out for Community Workshops

The Denveright team hosted visioning workshops at five different locations across the city on October 4 and 5, bringing Denverites together to help shape the city for decades to come. Each workshop included an opening presentation, hands-on activities to provide input on various plan elements, and open-mic listening sessions.

Many conversations and activities at the five workshops covered a lot of ground. Common themes that emerged included equity and affordability, strong and authentic neighborhoods, improved connectivity, environmental resiliency, safety and community health.

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What improvements would you like to see in Denver?

Periodically, the City and County of Denver authorizes general obligation (GO) bonds to restore, replace, and expand existing capital assets across the city. The last General Obligation bond, known as the Better Denver Bond Program, was in 2007 and allowed Denver to improve, preserve, renovate and build new roads, libraries, parks, city offices, and other facilities related to health and human services, public safety and culture.
Teller will be hosting one of the meetings Nov 17, 2016

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Congress Park Neighbors Green Team October Newsletter

The CPNGT wishes to send a big shout out to some special people who have been instrumental in getting our neighborhood green team up and running. Sadly, each of these folks is moving on, either to other neighborhoods (no!!) or on to other related projects (phew! at least we not completely losing them!). Before they go too far, we wanted to let them know how much we appreciate all they contributed and that we are happy to have had the good fortune to work together and get to know each other, at least a bit.

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New’s Letter: July 2016

Earlier this month, the sunflowers at the corner of 12th and Elizabeth were ordered to be cut down to comply with city regulations requiring clear sight lines and sidewalks and a maximum vegetation height of 30″. Councilman New worked with Neighborhood Inspection Services (NIS) to find a comprise allowing the majority of sunflowers to stay while opening up the sight lines for vehicle and pedestrian safety. Many thanks to Jose Viveros, NIS Executive Director, for his assistance and support.

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