Let's Talk East Wheat Ridge

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Take 5 minutes to answer 10 questions about East Wheat Ridge below! What you share from these first ten "prime the pump" questions will shape upcoming conversations.


What is Let's Talk East Wheat Ridge?

This page is part of the City’s Let’s Talk Resident Engagement Program. The program breaks the city down into 10 neighborhoods. We're focusing on East Wheat Ridge from October 2020 to January 2021 for an engagement "blitz". Now's the time to join the conversation!

The first step is a survey for residents to understand what's important to you and what you'd like to talk with the city about. After that we'll follow up with a range of in person and/or virtual events and online activities to hone in on what's important to residents in our unique neighborhoods. Ultimately, your feedback will inform an action plan and next steps.


Let's Talk East Wheat Ridge Map

For the purposes of the Let's Talk program, when we say "East Wheat Ridge" we are referring to the area generally between Wadsworth and Sheridan and 44th Avenue to 32nd Avenue.


Why are we doing this?

In 2018, city officials heard loud and clear that residents want more and better opportunities to weigh in on issues that impact their neighborhoods. This resulted in the 2019 adoption of an updated Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy (NRS) by City Council. The update was led by a 26-member Wheat Ridge citizen committee.

The NRS is a citywide policy document that reflects a year of robust community input. The primary recommendation is for the city to conduct focused engagement of residents at the neighborhood level.


What does the engagement "blitz" look like in East Wheat Ridge?

Over the course of October 2020 to January 2021, the city will be reaching out to East Wheat Ridge residents in several ways and in multiple stages:

  1. The prime the pump survey (late September - October 2020)
  2. Two rounds of in person and/or virtual events with corresponding online activities (starting late October 2020)
  3. Opportunities for focused conversation on topics that residents tell us are important to them (November-December 2020)
  4. An action plan stage where we hone in on what's most important for the city to focus on in the future for East Wheat Ridge residents (December-January 2020)

Questions about the program? A Frequently Asked Questions section is coming soon, but feel free to email lets-talk@ci.wheatridge.co.us with questions in the meantime.

Take 5 minutes to answer 10 questions about East Wheat Ridge below! What you share from these first ten "prime the pump" questions will shape upcoming conversations.


What is Let's Talk East Wheat Ridge?

This page is part of the City’s Let’s Talk Resident Engagement Program. The program breaks the city down into 10 neighborhoods. We're focusing on East Wheat Ridge from October 2020 to January 2021 for an engagement "blitz". Now's the time to join the conversation!

The first step is a survey for residents to understand what's important to you and what you'd like to talk with the city about. After that we'll follow up with a range of in person and/or virtual events and online activities to hone in on what's important to residents in our unique neighborhoods. Ultimately, your feedback will inform an action plan and next steps.


Let's Talk East Wheat Ridge Map

For the purposes of the Let's Talk program, when we say "East Wheat Ridge" we are referring to the area generally between Wadsworth and Sheridan and 44th Avenue to 32nd Avenue.


Why are we doing this?

In 2018, city officials heard loud and clear that residents want more and better opportunities to weigh in on issues that impact their neighborhoods. This resulted in the 2019 adoption of an updated Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy (NRS) by City Council. The update was led by a 26-member Wheat Ridge citizen committee.

The NRS is a citywide policy document that reflects a year of robust community input. The primary recommendation is for the city to conduct focused engagement of residents at the neighborhood level.


What does the engagement "blitz" look like in East Wheat Ridge?

Over the course of October 2020 to January 2021, the city will be reaching out to East Wheat Ridge residents in several ways and in multiple stages:

  1. The prime the pump survey (late September - October 2020)
  2. Two rounds of in person and/or virtual events with corresponding online activities (starting late October 2020)
  3. Opportunities for focused conversation on topics that residents tell us are important to them (November-December 2020)
  4. An action plan stage where we hone in on what's most important for the city to focus on in the future for East Wheat Ridge residents (December-January 2020)

Questions about the program? A Frequently Asked Questions section is coming soon, but feel free to email lets-talk@ci.wheatridge.co.us with questions in the meantime.

  • Your responses to this brief survey will help us figure out what’s most important to you in East Wheat Ridge.  Take 5 minutes to answer these 10 questions to shape what upcoming conversations between East Wheat Ridge residents and the city looks like.

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