3rd draft of East Central Area Plan now available

Since July 1, planners have been reviewing community input on the second draft of the plan and making updates. The third public review draft of the plan is now available for review and comment on the plan webpage . We have also posted a summary of comments received on the 2nd draft and changes reflected in this new draft, based on that feedback.

To submit written comments on this draft, meet with planners to ask questions or if you need assistance accessing the plan, please email Senior City Planner Scott Robinson ( scott.robinson@denvergov.org ).
Happening soon:

  • All of the comments received on the second draft of the plan will be posted in the "Project Archive" on the plan webpage in the coming days.

  • The planning team will be providing an update to the Denver Planning Board on August 5. The presentation is an informational item only, and the board will not be voting on the plan at this meeting. To watch, tune into Denver's Channel 8 or Denver8.tv at 3 p.m., Wednesday, August 5. 

  • The East Central Area Plan Steering Committee will discuss the current draft of the plan at a virtual meeting Tuesday, August 18. To watch the meeting online, use the link below.

Steering Committee Meeting
6 p.m., Tuesday, August 18


Need help or translation services? Contact Associate City Planner Israel Cruz (720-865-2801 or israel.cruz@denvergov.org ) if you need assistance accessing the plan.
About the East Central Area Plan
The East Central Planning Area neighborhoods—Capitol Hill, North Capitol Hill, Cheesman Park, Congress Park, City Park and City Park West—contain a rich mix of amenities, jobs, and housing options, and remain among the most dynamic places in the city. The area’s outdated plans coupled with additional changes on the horizon—including plans to improve City Park, add Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) along Colfax Avenue, and new amenities such as Civic Center Transit Station and the Carla Madison Recreation Center—make East Central a top priority for engaging the community in a new plan.

The Neighborhood Planning Initiative  provides a great opportunity to establish the community’s vision for maintaining and enhancing the quality of life in these neighborhoods for decades to come. 

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