The Green at 38th

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The City of Wheat Ridge began public engagement in 2018 on a project to transform the area between Stevens Elementary and 38th Ave into a future public gathering space. During the fall 2021 engagement phase, 177 respondents completed the project survey, ~30 attended the public meeting, and ~1,100 users visited the online project page. You can see the results from this engagement in the ""November 2021 Updates" section.

As of winter 2021-2022, the project concept and design elements are being updated as a "first-draft" design for the new space.

If you'd like to learn more, read further on this page and watch the 12-minute Projects Concepts Options Video to view possible elements that could be included in the new space.

Check for updates on this page for information on this project.

The City of Wheat Ridge began public engagement in 2018 on a project to transform the area between Stevens Elementary and 38th Ave into a future public gathering space. During the fall 2021 engagement phase, 177 respondents completed the project survey, ~30 attended the public meeting, and ~1,100 users visited the online project page. You can see the results from this engagement in the ""November 2021 Updates" section.

As of winter 2021-2022, the project concept and design elements are being updated as a "first-draft" design for the new space.

If you'd like to learn more, read further on this page and watch the 12-minute Projects Concepts Options Video to view possible elements that could be included in the new space.

Check for updates on this page for information on this project.

  • City Council Moves Forward with Concept A, Final Construction Design

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    At the May 16th, 2022 City Council study session, the two final Concept Designs and results from public engagement were presented to City Council for their review, discussion and feedback. Council directed the project team to move forward with Concept A. The project now enters the final construction design phase with construction scheduled for summer 2023.

  • 38th Ave Business Survey Results

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    In April 2022, city staff went door to door with a tablet to survey local businesses about the project and get their input on amenities, concept preference, and design considerations. See the documents tab for the survey results.

  • Stevens Elementary School 4th Grade Activities

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    In April 2022, city staff worked with 4th grade classes at Stevens Elementary on two project activities. First, the students designed their own new park on a blank template of the space. Second, the students worked within a "$100" budget to create the new space and it's amenities.

  • November 2021 Project Update

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    Based on positive feedback from the community for both Concept A and Concept B, staff will be presenting this information to city council in the near future to determine a final preferred alternative.

    The survey results, summaries and examples of the feedback and the updated Concept B have been added as their own section under the "November 2021 Project Update Documents" section.

  • Project Concept Options Video (12 minutes)

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  • Concepts A and B

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    See the "Concept A" and "Concept B" Document folders on the right-side of this page (towards the bottom) for more plans and images of both concepts!

  • Public Meeting-Wednesday, September 15th

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    A public meeting was held at Wheat Ridge Recreation Center on Wednesday, September 15th. The information you are seeing here was presented to meeting attendees. Approximately 30 residents attended the meeting which was lead by our consultant, The Architerra Group.

Page last updated: 25 Jul 2022, 06:39 PM