Welcome to Near Southeast plan updates!
Here's how you can get involved today
Note: The previous email linked to the incorrect form. Please use the link in this email instead.

Thank you for signing up to receive updates on the Near Southeast Area Plan, which will bring the neighborhoods of Washington Virginia Vale, Virginia Village, Indian Creek, Goldsmith and University Hills North together to create a long-term vision for the area. Planning and community engagement will begin in earnest later this spring, but here are two ways you can get involved today:

1 - Submit an interest form for multiple ways to participate, including the plan steering committee

If you want an active role throughout the process and are eager to work with your neighbors to help create respectful dialogue around community priorities, the steering committee may be the place for you. Click the button below to complete the interest form.
2 - Help spread the word! Share this email with a neighbor
You are receiving this email because you signed up for updates about the Near Southeast Area Plan. We're working on multiple channels to get more people involved, but would love your help! Forward this email to someone you know who might be interested in learning more or download the banner image on this email and share social media.
About the Near Southeast Area Plan
The Near Southeast Planning Area is made up of the neighborhoods of Washington Virginia Vale, Virginia Village, Indian Creek, Goldsmith and the area of University Hills north of Yale Avenue. It includes a variety of housing types, significant commercial corridors including Colorado Boulevard and Leetsdale Drive, and amenities like sections of the Cherry Creek Greenway and the Highline Canal. Several major redevelopment projects in the area have highlighted the need to work with the community to update outdated neighborhood plans or provide planning guidance in areas where no neighborhood plan exists. As part of the Neighborhood Planning Initiative, this project provides a great opportunity to to create a long-term vision for these neighborhoods that addresses citywide goals and priorities in a way that fits with local neighborhood needs.