September 22 2021

Public Meeting #4: Development Framework and Implementation

The fourth and final public meeting will be held on September 22, 2021 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at Wheat Ridge City Hall (7500 W. 29th Ave.) in Council Chambers. This meeting will be an open house format with no presentation or activity, feel free to come by anytime.  We'll also be sharing the same content here on the project website.

The content will 1) summarize the process to date, highlighting key milestones and decision-making points, 2) review final recommendations and the development framework, and 3) will take the first steps towards implementation sharing next steps. While some additional adjustments may be made after this meeting, the community input will be geared towards the next steps in helping to make this vision a reality, rather than wholesale changes.

August 03 2021

Public Meeting #3: Preliminary Alternatives

In this phase, we'll be focused on preliminary alternatives that will explore community preferences within the market realities. We'll share a few different concepts laying out residential, office, civic, retail, and open space uses in different areas of the property.  Your input will be used to refine the preferred concept(s) to ensure a successful project for both SCL and the community. 

In person option: The third public meeting will be held on August 3, 2021 from 5:30 – 7 p.m. at Wheat Ridge City Hall (7500 W. 29th Ave.) in Council Chambers. If needed, overflow parking is available on the north side of W. 29th Avenue at the Stride medical office.

Online option: If you can't make the in-person meeting, there will be an online activity available here on the project page from August 3 to August 10.  

June 10 2021

Public Meeting #2: Visioning

Virtual Public Meeting: Visioning

When: Thursday, June 10, 2021, from 6:30 - 8 p.m.

Description: The City of Wheat Ridge, SCL Health, and the project consultant (MIG, Inc.) are seeking feedback to help determine the vision of the Lutheran Legacy Campus Master Plan.  The second in a series of public meetings facilitated by MIG, Inc. will be held June 10, and will include discussion of the existing site and the general vision for the future. The discussion will build off of what has already been learned through the interactive campus tour held in May and posted online as well as recent focus groups. Online activities, including a survey and mapping exercise, will be available prior to and after June 10 for those who are unable to participate in the virtual meeting on June 10.  Paper copies of the activities will be made available for pickup/drop off at City Hall and the Active Adult Center.

Click here to join the meeting Passcode 145570 or call 1-669-900-6833 with Meeting ID 815 0810 5317 Passcode: 145570

May 10 2021

City Council Study Session #1

Visit www.wheatridgespeaks.org for more information.

May 06 2021

Planning Commission Study Session #1

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May 01 2021

Public Meeting #1: Self-Guided Campus Tour

A self-guided public tour of the SCL Lutheran Medical Center campus located at 8300 W. 38th Avenue is planned for Sat., May 1 from 9 a.m. - noon. This is a socially-distanced, outdoor, open-house style event with three engagement stations situated around the medical campus perimeter loop where the public can walk, ride, or drive to gain perspective about the various parts of campus and learn more about its history. 

Three interactive stations will be located near the main north and south entries, as well as one on the west side of campus. Each station will provide information about the project geared around campus history, existing development, transportation, parking, open space, and neighborhood transitions. In addition, opportunities will be available for input with fun activities to help gain understanding of the community’s perspective.  The goal is to provide information as a precursor to discussing ideas for future use.

The tour will also be posted on this page through the month of May in a virtual, interactive format with handouts for those who are unable to attend in person.