Upcoming Walks with Walk2Connect


Walk2Connect is an innovative social enterprise working to create whole-health walking programs focused on connection to others, to the places we live, and to ourselves. With thousands of individuals and a growing variety of organizational/governmental partners, their cooperative model works hard to help people and communities become healthier and more connected while also advancing awareness and education around making the walking experience safer and more accessible for all. READ MORE

Congress Park Earth Day April 23!!

Promo Biz Card

The Capitol Heights Faith Communities and the Green Team of Congress Park Neighbors, Inc are partnering to host a free Earth Day event for all ages. The event is open to the public and will be held on Saturday, April 23, 2016 at Capitol Heights Faith Communities on 1100 Fillmore Street. Indoor and outdoor activities will be held from 2:00 to 5:30 pm. A community music experience led by NOENEMIES will begin at 5:30 pm indoors. READ MORE

New’s Letter March 2016


Short Term Rental
Questionnaire Results

Denver’s proposed regulation of short term rentals is a hot topic with wide community interest. In order to give constituents a way to voice their opinions, I sent an informal survey to over 3,800 District 10 residents. 805 residents responded, and the results are as follows:

Are you currently impacted by the short-term rental of a residential property?
Yes: 17.56%
No: 82.44%
Do you agree that short-term rentals should be regulated in the City of Denver?
Yes: 82.15%
No: 17.85% READ MORE

Carla Madison Recreation Center Update


As the attached presentation notes, the core “funded” program for the Rec Center remains on track, with the 8 lane lap pool, the leisure pool, a multipurpose room, a kid watch room, a gym, a fitness room, a group exercise room, and a smaller dog park on site.

Unfortunately, however, there a number of hoped-for features that do not have funding at this time. The City has made some efforts to obtain sponsorship funds from philanthropic and corporate sources, perhaps in exchange for some naming rights in connection with rooms. The City has not engaged an outside consultant to help with that process, to the dismay of some of the Stakeholders Committee. As the City’s efforts to date have been unsuccessful, some Committee members urged a more nuanced approach to fundraising to ensure success.

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Green Team Update, Earth Day Around The Corner


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

RTD 15L Route Improvements Project WITH ATTACHMENTS


On Feb. 16 RTD hosted a design charrette as the first step towards developing unique shelter design for the Route 15L bus stops. Area stakeholders were invited to participate in the activity in an effort to gather input on bus shelter designs that are desirable for the corridor as RTD works to design unique shelters for the 15L stops as a part of the 15L Route Improvements project.
The goal is that these shelters could be transitioned into a key element of the future Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) stations. The City of Denver is working to identify funding to move forward with the BRT project and it is desired that the shelters could be an early action item moving towards the longer term vision of BRT stations along East Colfax. READ MORE