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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Sewall Child Development Center is building a playground!
They need your help to bring play to kids at Sewall
They need more than 75 volunteers from the community to help them give more than 200 area kids the childhood they deserve by building a new playground.
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Time again to celebrate National Neighbors Night Out with
Congress Park Neighbors 23rd Annual Ice Cream Social
Aug 2, 2016, Congress Park Pavilion
6:00 – 8:00 (or until we run out of Ice Cream
Free Ice Cream from LIKS
Displays from CPN Gardeners
Join our Green Team and help map our assets
Renew your library card
Free Fire Hats for the Kids
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The Congress Park Green Team (CPGT) is making exciting progress as a new organization. In addition to the excellent planning and preparation work going into our upcoming Earth Day Festival on April 23rd, we have also officially convened a CPGT Steering Committee. The steering committee held it’s first meeting on March 10th with the following members in attendance: Becky Coughlin, Patrick Treleani, Liz Goehring, Maggie Price, Joan Gregerson, Kimberly Rickards and Emily Hunter. Notes from this first meeting are posted on the Congress Park Green Team webpage. This committee will be working on setting up the appropriate structure and by-laws necessary to help the Green Team achieve its purpose. READ MORE
These surveys were activated on Feb 28 2016 and were closed on Mar 11 2016. They were offered to our mailing list, Next Door, and Facebook. READ MORE
Please join Continuum Partners on December 15, 2015 at 6 pm for an update regarding the progress of the 9th and Colorado project. The meeting will be held at Dahlia Street Church of Christ located at 1100 Dahlia Street. READ MORE
8-story CU Health Sciences Center building implosion – Denver, CO August 29th, 2015 The building was built in 1991. It makes way for the 9th and Colorado development. … READ MORE