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Please visit our upcoming Planning Commission meetings page to see if there are agenda items for Planning Commission to consider and to find out which location is being used for the Study Session. Schedule reflects the latest available information. Meetings are subject to change or cancellation and Study Sessions may be held in different locations.
The public is welcome to attend and listen to the discussion. However, opportunities for public participation and comment are available at other events.Agenda items listed are tentative only -- and subject to change, including removal or addition of agenda items. They are included here in the City's efforts for improved communications and transparency. The City of Lakewood does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, national origin, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation or disability in the provision of services. People with disabilities needing reasonable accommodation to attend or participate in a City service program, can call 303-987-7080 or TDD 303-987-7057. Please give notice as far in advance as possible so we can accommodate your request.
The City of Lakewood is completing an assessment of the condition of five major trail corridors and identifying possible future connections and strategies to enhance Lakewood’s paved trail system. The five existing corridors include Bear Creek Trail, Kipling Parkway Trail, C-470 Trail, Alameda Avenue/Parkway Trail and West Line (13th Avenue) Trail. Join us from 7 to 8:30 p.m., Wednesday, July 27 at the Lakewood Link Recreation Center, 1295 S. Reed St. to learn about the project and provide input on possible future connections.
Building on extensive community input already gathered through surveys, an online mapping tool and a public meeting, this meeting will cover the feedback gathered thus far; preview the first phase of the project, which includes an assessment of the five major trails in the system; and focus on gathering input on possible future trail connections, which could include Weir Gulch from Pierce Street to Sheridan Boulevard, Green Mountain Recreation Center to Alameda Parkway, Coyote Gulch from West Yale Avenue to Morrison Road and Kipling Street from Colfax Avenue to Crown Hill Park.
This project is funded in part by Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s Trails Program. To learn more about the project, visit Lakewood.org/Projects or call 303-987-7800.