Share your thoughts & ideas about your neighborhood in kickoff survey
The Near Southeast Area planning process is officially underway, and we need to hear from you! The kickoff survey will help the planning team learn more about the your ideas, concerns and priorities for the area's neighborhoods. Completing the survey will take only about 15 minutes. Take it today and then share it with your neighbors!
Find us in your neighborhood
Planning team members are attending community events throughout the summer and fall. Join us at the following events to ask questions, learn more about the plan and offer your input.

  • Pop-up event, Friday, August 13, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Four Mile Historic Park 
  • Pop-up event, Friday, August 13, 2:30-5 p.m., Cook Park Pool 
  • South by Southeast, Saturday, August 21, 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Bible Park 

Additional opportunities to talk to planners will be posted throughout the summer and fall on the plan webpage: DenverGov.org/nearsoutheastplan.
Missed the kickoff event? Watch the replay
Tell your neighbors!
Download our postcard about the plan to help spread the word and encourage other community members to participate. 
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 Several major redevelopment projects in the area have highlighted the need to work with the community to update outdated neighborhood plans or provide planning guidance in areas where no neighborhood plan exists.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 an opportunity to create a long-term vision for these neighborhoods that furthers citywide goals and priorities while addressing local neighborhood needs.