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Denveright: A Community Planning for Process for Denver’s Next 15 Years

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Denveright is a community-driven process for shaping Denver’s future over the next 15 years. The first public session was held this morning at McNichols Civic Center Building in Denver.

Open to the public, the Denveright sessions seek strong community involvement. Planning focuses on four key areas: land use, mobility, parks, and recreational resources.

Brad Buchanan, Executive Director, Community Planning and Development at City and County of Denver, opened the session. Buchanan introduced the opportunities for creating a bright and sustainable future.

Brad Buchanan, Executive Director, Community Planning and Development at City and County of Denver, opened the session. Buchanan introduced the opportunities for creating a bright and sustainable future.

Jay Renkens, Principal & Director of Denver Area Operations at the architectural and planning firm MIG, reviewed Denver's previous planning successes and outlined the current planning process.

Jay Renkens, Principal & Director of Denver Area Operations at the architectural and planning firm MIG, reviewed Denver's previous planning successes and outlined the current planning process.

Phase 1, the Kick Off, is currently underway. The process will extend to Phase 4, Documentation and Adoption, in the winter of 2018.

Phase 1, the Kick Off, is currently underway. The process will extend to Phase 4, Documentation and Adoption, in the winter of 2018.

Denveright encourages you to Get Involved. The schedule of upcoming meeting is here.

John Oró, MD