Lutheran Legacy Campus Master Plan

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We are actively seeking your input on three conceptual alternatives! This survey represents the third phase of public involvement, and it's a critical one in that we're asking for your feedback on three different conceptual plans. The content and questions in this self-paced survey mimic the presentation and questions that were asked at an in-person event on August 3.

This survey will be open through August 10, so please share it widely with friends, family and neighbors as public feedback is critical to this process.





Master Plan Process

With SCL Health exploring plans for Clear Creek Crossing, the City and SCL Health are partnering to on a master planning process for the existing Lutheran legacy campus. A master plan is used to establish a long-range vision and to guide how a property can be reused in the future. It will take about eight months to complete a master plan for the campus, and that time frame allows for extensive input from the community including virtual and in-person events, surveys, and other activities. The master plan will be adopted as an update or amendment to the City's comprehensive plan to expand potential future uses on the campus.

Staff discussed the potential for a master plan process with City Council, which SCL Health agreed to fund, on November 2, 2020. On January 25, 2021, the City awarded a contract to MIG, Inc., a professional planning firm that will lead the community through the visioning and master planning process.


Next Steps and How To Be Involved

  1. Check key dates for information on upcoming public meetings and online activities.
  2. Register your information to participate in engagement activities on this site (see the "register to get involved" icon at top right of this page; or bottom of page on mobile)
  3. Subscribe for updates to receive project newsletters via email (see the "subscribe" icon at top right of this page; or bottom of page on mobile)
  4. Tell us your story
  5. Take the Virtual Campus Tour replicating the in-person, Self-Guided Campus Tour Event that took place on May 1, 2021.

Public Input

Curious about where we stand with public input? Below are a few links to past meeting summaries to get an idea about what we are hearing from the community-at-large. Please note that this is not intended to reflect all public comment received. The master plan will also incorporate comments received by other means such as phone, email, and through general comments on this project page.

We are actively seeking your input on three conceptual alternatives! This survey represents the third phase of public involvement, and it's a critical one in that we're asking for your feedback on three different conceptual plans. The content and questions in this self-paced survey mimic the presentation and questions that were asked at an in-person event on August 3.

This survey will be open through August 10, so please share it widely with friends, family and neighbors as public feedback is critical to this process.





Master Plan Process

With SCL Health exploring plans for Clear Creek Crossing, the City and SCL Health are partnering to on a master planning process for the existing Lutheran legacy campus. A master plan is used to establish a long-range vision and to guide how a property can be reused in the future. It will take about eight months to complete a master plan for the campus, and that time frame allows for extensive input from the community including virtual and in-person events, surveys, and other activities. The master plan will be adopted as an update or amendment to the City's comprehensive plan to expand potential future uses on the campus.

Staff discussed the potential for a master plan process with City Council, which SCL Health agreed to fund, on November 2, 2020. On January 25, 2021, the City awarded a contract to MIG, Inc., a professional planning firm that will lead the community through the visioning and master planning process.


Next Steps and How To Be Involved

  1. Check key dates for information on upcoming public meetings and online activities.
  2. Register your information to participate in engagement activities on this site (see the "register to get involved" icon at top right of this page; or bottom of page on mobile)
  3. Subscribe for updates to receive project newsletters via email (see the "subscribe" icon at top right of this page; or bottom of page on mobile)
  4. Tell us your story
  5. Take the Virtual Campus Tour replicating the in-person, Self-Guided Campus Tour Event that took place on May 1, 2021.

Public Input

Curious about where we stand with public input? Below are a few links to past meeting summaries to get an idea about what we are hearing from the community-at-large. Please note that this is not intended to reflect all public comment received. The master plan will also incorporate comments received by other means such as phone, email, and through general comments on this project page.

  • This survey represents the third phase of public involvement, and it's a critical one in that we're asking for your feedback on three different conceptual plans.  The content and questions in this self-paced survey mimic the presentation and questions that were asked at an in-person event on August 3.  This survey will be open through August 10, so please share it widely as your feedback is critical to this process.  If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with us!

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