On November 6, 2019, the President of the City Park West Neighborhood Association, along with other RNO reps, met with the owner for the Cruise Apartments at 18th & Gaylord to discuss a proposed parking reduction request. The minutes from this meeting are located at: 18th and Gaylord 11.6.2019 notes. Additional information on this application can be found at: Letter to Council Site Plan Application If you have any comments you would like to provide on this proposal, please submit them to the City of Denver by no later than November 22, 2019. Comments should be provided to: email@example.com.
You are invited to a conversation with your newly-elected council representatives, Candi CdeBaca (District 9) and Chris Hinds (District 10) on October 2, 2019 from 6PM – 8:30PM. The event will be held at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, Colorado Room North, 1719 E. 19th Ave. (Please use the Surgery Entrance.) A big thank you to the food and beverage donors, the neighborhood organizations sponsoring the event, and of course Councilwoman CdeBaca and Councilman Hinds!! Complimentary appetizers and beverages will be provided by: The District The Goods French for Sugar Liberati Restaurant & Brewery Link Coffee Bar Marczyk Fine Foods WalkDenver This event is being co-sponsored by: Capitol Hill United Neighbors City Park West Neighborhood Association Colfax Ave BID Curtis Park Neighbors Enterprise Hill Humboldt St. Neighborhood Association Neighbors for Greater Capitol Hill Old San Raphael Neighborhood Organization 100 Park Ave. Community Swallow Hill Neighborhood Association Uptown on the Hill Uptown Healthcare District Urban Design Forum
CPWNA Monthly Board Meeting July 17 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm The City Park West Registered Neighborhood Association meets on the third Wednesday of each month, unless otherwise noted. The July meeting of the City Park West Neighborhood Association will be held at Saint Joseph Hospital – Russell Pavilion. For more information on the location, please visit Russell Pavilion Site Map and Saint Joseph Campus Map. The meeting will be in the Weckbaugh & Robinson Conference Room located in the Russell Pavilion. July 2019 Meeting Agenda: I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. Approval of the Agenda A. Approve the Agenda of the July 17, 2019 Meeting IV. Approval of the Mintues A. Approve the June 2019 Meeting Minutes V. Treasurer Report A. Provide Receipts & Expenses VI. Discussion Items A. Articles of Incorporation B. Scoops Art Show Report C. Report of the July 15 RNO Meeting to Meet the Candidates D. Fall Event VII. Board Reports VIII. Future Business A. August Agenda – Mission Procedures, etc. IX. Adjournment
Save the date for the next meeting on the East Central Area Plan. Mark your calendars because the next community workshop for the East Central Area Plan is on the horizon. Come tell us what you think about recommendations for: Design quality and neighborhood character Small, local businesses Affordable housing Sidewalks, pedestrian crossings and bike lanes Parks, trees, and water quality features Healthy food options East Central Area Workshop 6-8 p.m., Tuesday May 21 Church in the City – Beth Abraham, 1580 N. Gaylord Street Dinner, childcare and Spanish interpretation will be provided. If you need a sign language interpreter or CART Services, contact SignLanguageServices@denvergov.org at least three business days ahead of the meeting you’d like to attend. For other public accommodation requests/concerns related to a disability, please contact DisabilityAccess@denvergov.org. NOTE: This is a meeting being held by the City & County of Denver. More information should be directed to the contact identified at the event website located at: East Central Area Plan
Citizens Advisory Group (CAG) – 3/21/19 District 6 Lead by: Aaron Sanchez, District Commander Attended by: Officer Teresa Gilliam, Community Resource Officer Officer Austen Muson, Community Resource Officer City Attorney Division Chief Ron Thomas, Patrol Division Overall Denver, Crimes Down in the last 28 days Violent – 10% Property – 5% Domestic – 6% District 6 only, Crimes Down in the last 28 days Violent – 11% Property – 11% Domestic – 11% Commander Sanchez went over some items that needed more attention that they have or will put in place: Officers were setting up in LODO areas during bar out times, now they are being proactive and setting up earlier in the evenings and becoming more visible In the event of numerous calls at the same time that tie up resources, they are utilizing department grants (interdepartment) and supplementing with other district officers. Utilizing spotters on roof tops in LODO areas, identifying possible incidents Using patrol cars to barricade streets downtown during high traffic/events Setting up and using Ghost cars in neighborhoods Extending hours to 4:00 am for the Halo team (private company that monitor cameras) Requested second scout car (paddy wagon), presently have 1 and it can take up to an hour to transport someone from incidents to holding. Determined some areas had insufficient street lighting, contacted Xcel Energy — they came out cleaned and fixed lighting. Also set up mobile lighting downtown around the 1400 and 1500 Blocks of market. DUI checkpoints are periodically being set up downtown There was a presentation by the Community Mediation Concepts program. They can provide mediation, facilitation and conflict resolution with neighbor disputes, landlord tenant issues, even police and citizen complaints. Most mediation sessions are free. Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org www.findsolutions.org 303.651.6534 Questions: Would they consider having CAG meetings in the evening so more people could attend? Yes, they are considering having 3 per year, June 20 will be first one –time to be determined Prop300 impacts – response by the City Attorney Office. If it passes, it will undo existing law presently in place. Officers and/or citizens will not be able to harass anyone camping in parks and if it happens, they would face criminal charges. Scooter laws What are the laws and how are they enforceable? Where can they be ridden (street/sidewalk, what is the recourse if someone causes an accident while riding, etc.) City Attorney says they are presently working on them as they came about so fast in the city. Austen is going to email me what information is presently available. Community Involvement: Halloween party – Commander Sanchez talked about the yearly party at the station, they decorate it, dress up and hand out candy. It is an all-day affair and takes a couple days in advance to set up and decorate and then all day event on Halloween. They welcome the public to volunteer, either for set up or day of event.
Good news! The Denver CPD has extended the deadline for participating in the four East Central Area Plan online workshops to March 22. Additionally, according to Denver CPD, registration is no longer required to leave comments on the workshop exercises addressing key issues like affordability, how to get around, growth and quality of life in the Capitol Hill, North Capitol Hill, City Park, City Park West, Cheesman Park and Congress Park neighborhoods. The online workshops offer the materials and exercises done at in-person neighborhood meetings held last month. If you haven’t already, use the links below to download meeting materials for the presentations, see photos and video, and review and comment on the meeting boards. For the North Capitol Hill & City Park West Plan, submit your feedback HERE. For the East Central Area Wide Plan, submit your feedback HERE.