Triangulate yourself along the east-west line of the mountains and the plains, the open sky of the north and red earth of the south. The “Triangle” is the masthead of Denver—where you can explore the city’s most iconic destinations, visit one of the 16+ galleries and museums, stroll through 25,000 square feet of flowers at Civic Center Park, enjoy world-class public art, and eat, drink, and shop at dozens of eclectic, surprising locales. Speer Boulevard, Colfax Avenue, and Lincoln Street border the Triangle, outlining an impressive 45 city blocks. And that’s just the tip of the Triangle—click here to learn more.About
Survey 1: Civic Center Next 100 Project
Civic Center Conservancy and Denver Parks & Recreation would like your input on the future design of Civic Center. Please take the survey to inform the Civic Center Next 100 Project, open through March 5th. For more information visit www.denvergov.org/theoutdoordowntown or email email@example.com.
Survey Link: www.surveymonkey.com/r/civiccenter100
Survey 2: Proposed Golden Triangle Zoning Strategy
Over the last several months, city planners have been reviewing public input on the preliminary zoning strategy for the Golden Triangle. The goal of the zoning strategy is to achieve the 2014 Neighborhood Plan vision for an eclectic, inclusive, and engaging community. The existing “one size fits all” approach applies the same zoning rules to all projects in the Golden Triangle regardless of size. The proposed changes would tailor the rules based on lot size to provide flexibility for smaller projects and ensure larger projects contribute quality design and neighborhood benefits.
Learn about the proposed zoning changes here.
Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MKMFJH2
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