Denveright: Your Voice. Our Future.
Share your voice on transit, parks, recreation and growth
How can transit better serve you?
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What features would make a transit system ideal for you?

The interactive Build Your Own Transit System activity gives you the opportunity to select different options that make up your ideal system. Your choices will make transit even better for people who live, work, and play in Denver.

As you develop your system, you'll also see the benefits — such as increased ridership, improved travel time, multimodal connections, and passenger experience — in real time. Your responses will guide the Denver Moves: Transit plan and shape its recommendations. Try it now!
Play the "Growing a Better Denver" game now
Growth in Denver and the region has been significant in recent years, and is expected to continue. On Tuesday, April 25, the Denveright team hosted a Blueprint Denver workshop on the city’s growth. Using a growth “game,” we posed questions to about 200 residents about how we can grow in ways that benefit the people who live here today, as well as future residents.

If you missed the workshop, you can still play the growth game, “Growing a Better Denver.” There are two ways to play:
  • Play the board game. Play the board game version of “Growing a Better Denver” with your friends, family or neighborhood organization. Reserve the game by emailing blueprint@denvergov.org.

  • Play online. Play online now at the Denveright website.
Tell us what you think of the Game Plan's principles
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The Parks & Recreation Game Plan team wants to hear from residents on four newly drafted principles that will help guide the vision for the future of Denver's park system and recreational programs and amenities.

In a city as active as Denver, a great park and recreation system is essential. The 2017 Game Plan Update will guide and prioritize investments in parks and recreation for the next 20 years.

As we enter Phase 2 of the planning process, we've transitioned from gathering community feedback and analyzing the current state of the system and are now asking for input on the future vision of Denver's park and recreation system. 

Findings from the Existing Conditions Report and public feedback informed four draft principles which capture the future character of Denver Parks and Recreation:
  • Every Drop
  • Every Person
  • Every Dollar
  • Uniquely Denver
Please share your feedback on these draft principles-- at the end of the survey, you'll have an option to enter to win a gift card to Target.
The state of Denver's pedestrian and trail network
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Coming soon: The Denver Moves: Pedestrians and Trails team will soon release a report summarizing the existing conditions of Denver's pedestrian and trail network. Learn more about the plan here.
Denveright  is a community-driven planning process that challenges you to shape how our community  evolves in four key areas: land use, mobility, parks and recreational resources. Through four coordinated citywide plans, we will chart the course of the Mile High City  for the next 20 years while also identifying immediate priorities to execute in the next few years.