Bennett Crossing Providing New Development Opportunity Along the I-70 Corridor

A 292-acre tract at the northeast corner of  I-70 and State Highway 79 , in the Town of Bennett, Colorado is prime for development following completion of entitlements by Gayeski Capital Equities, LLC. Bennett Crossing has nearly a half-mile of frontage on I-70 and one-mile frontage on SH 79 with PD zoning in place to provide the framework for mixed-use development. The zoning plan was re-evaluated to attract highway and business commercial uses to along I-70 and SH 79, as well as light industrial with trails and open space, with a natural transition to mixed-use and residential development to the north as you proceed towards the K-12 Campus at Bennett School District.

The first to commence construction was LGI Homes, Inc. with the acquisition of 56 acres for a 275-home community. One of the fastest growing regional home builders in the country, currently active in 19 states, offers a new home community with a focus on commitment to service, quality and value. This new home community will offer the best of both worlds: affordable home ownership, and the vibrancy, attractions and amenities of Greater Denver.

According to the Deputy Town Administrator, Rachel Summers, the Bennett Crossing development creates a positive influence on a thriving and growing community. "We are thrilled to work with professional and seasoned land developers, such as the team with Bennett Crossing, as we infuse new development in Bennett. It is important to our board and community to have developers that pride themselves on attracting uses that believe in quality building and uphold our desired mission to proactively manage community needs to develop the Town of Bennett into one of the premier rural town centers of Colorado, providing optimum levels of service to our citizens."

More information about Bennett Crossing can be found online here
Town of Bennett Awards Nine Applicants Bennett Gives Back Grant

The 2019 Bennett Gives Back Grant was awarded to the Dry Creek 4-H, the Bennett Park and Recreation District, Court Appointed Special Advocates of Adams County, Bennett High School Athletics Department, Bennett Cub Scout Pack 30, Bennett Boy Scout Troop 30, Reflective Resource Center Growth and the Tri-Valley VFW Post #8449.

The Town of Bennett Board of Trustees and Bennett Gives Back Advisory Board approved grant funding for the following projects.
  • $3,000 to the Dry Creek 4-H for seasonal programming
  • $10,000 to the Bennett Park and Recreation District for Town sponsored pool days and low income memberships
  • $3,000 to CASA of Adams County for the volunteer advocate program
  • $4,164.80 to the Bennett High School Athletics Department for an interactive scoring table
  • $1,810.61 to Bennett Cub Scout Pack 30 for an upgraded pinewood derby track
  • $1,530 to Bennett Boy Scout Troop 30 for trailer upgrades
  • $4,000 to Reflective Resource Center for center growth
  • $10,000 to the Tri-Valley VFW Post #8449 for HVAC upgrade and replacements
The Bennett Gives Back Grant may provide a grant up to 90% of the costs of a qualifying event, project, program or activity. The purpose of this program is for eligible organizations and special districts to obtain additional resources to help supplement services or resources provided to the residents of Bennett.
Anythink Libraries Red, White and Blue Celebration

July 3, 2019
10:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Anythink Bennett

Bring your bikes, scooters and other wheels for this annual Fourth of July tradition. Get your face painted, decorate, celebrate and finish off the day with lunch and a parade around the library.

  More information online here.
Bennett Days 2019

BennettDays 2019 Promo Sponsor

We're excited to offer another Bennett Days Celebration to our community! In order to keep it FREE we need your HELP! Sponsorship provides all businesses, non-profits, and stakeholders in the I-70 corridor a chance to be involved and promote their organization and give a charitable contribution to their community. We hope that you will consider being a part of this great event and look forward to highlighting your business or organization through sponsorship.

Find the most up to date information on our  website and  Facebook page.
Arts and Culture Community Survey 

In 2018, the Town of Bennett founded the Bennett Arts Council in order to provide an avenue for arts and cultural development in both Bennett and the surrounding unincorporated areas. The Council consists of Town staff as well as numerous community partners including local artists and artisans, special districts, and non-profits. The established mission statement for the Bennett Arts Council is to promote, connect, and empower arts and culture for all ages throughout the Town and I-70 Corridor. The Council values sustainability, collaboration, innovation, and the transformative power of the arts.

In order to fulfill the above mission statement, the Bennett Arts Council was tasked with creating an arts and cultural master plan for Bennett. This master plan will establish long-term goals for the development of arts and culture in the area.

Hoping to create a document that is fully representative of the community's needs and desires for arts and culture, the Bennett Arts Council is asking for your input and feedback.

Please consider taking this five minute survey to add your voice and provide the Bennett Arts Council with the information necessary to best serve your needs.

If you have any questions about the survey please contact Taeler Houlberg at .
Upcoming Bennett Events
  • Party in the Park - July 11, 2019
  • State of the Town - July 26, 2019
  • Party in the Park - August 8, 2019
  • Bennett Days - September 6 - 7, 2019
  Check Out Our Events Calendar Here
Questions? Comments? Suggestions?
Contact Alison Digan, Public Relations Coordinator

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