You are cordially invited to District 5’s Town Hall! We’re having it at the Four Mile House, a wonderful park that I am so pleased to have in my district now since we re-districted last July.
Please come next Thursday, October 15th to hear and discuss issues of interest in Denver and Council District 5. We’ll be talking about the Quebec Street Alternatives project, district redevelopment projects, and city ballot issues for the November election among other things. Representatives from Denver Police Department Districts 2 and 3 will be on hand to discuss safety concerns and actions in the district. The Town Hall will also feature a special presentation on “Walkable Urbanism” led by distinguished guests, Mark Gelernter, Dean of the College of Architecture and Planning at the University of Colorado Denver and Ken Schroeppel, Professor in Planning and Design.
Dean Gelernter recently led the faculty in a re-visioning process that focuses on emerging areas for architecture and planning: Enduring Places, Emerging Practices, and Engaged Communities. Ken Schroeppel has focused on the historical growth and development of Denver.
The Town Hall will be in the Grant Family Education Center at Four Mile Park located at 715 S. Forest St. from 6:30 to 8:00 PM. No need to RSVP. Just stop by and join the conversation.