Design Guidelines

Continuing Uptown on the Hill’s legacy of celebrating the historic mixed-use character of our neighborhood and promoting its assets, Uptown on the Hill is launching a study to develop design guidelines for 17th Ave. We would like to support the success of local businesses on 17th Ave., preserve its history, and redesign...

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UPTOWN NEIGHBORHOOD ASSEMBLY

Please join us Tuesday February 23rd from 6:30 to 8pm at the St Paul’s Church (1615 Ogden St), for a neighborhood assembly. Speakers include State Representative Alec Garnett and City Councilman Wayne New. We will also hear from our four committee chairs for Uptown on the Hill and who will...

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Design Guidelines

Working from some ideas generated at a Uptown on the Hill Neighborhood Organization board meeting, the Greater Paths committee is working with the Zoning and Planning committee to create a design guideline for the Uptown on the Hill Neighborhood. This document would serve developers and community members by outlining the...

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WalkDenver and Pedestrian Environment

The Land Use & Zoning Committee completed a study of the pedestrian environment in Uptown in conjunction with the Greater Paths Committee and WalkDenver in August. Volunteers are currently analyzing the data to develop a report of the findings and recommendations of the study that will be used to lobby...

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Public Discussion on 20th and Glenarm Project

The Land Use & Zoning Committee will be hosting a public meeting, location and time TBD, with Urban Market Partners, LLC, in order to discuss their upcoming project located at 20th and Glenarm. This project will bring much-needed vertical infill to the western-half of our neighborhood, and improve our neighborhood’s...

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Neighborhood Design Guidelines Meeting

The Land Use & Zoning Committee will be hosting a discussion about design guidelines, what they are and how they can be used in our neighborhood, at the Denver Bicycle Café on 17th Ave. at 6:30pm. Our discussion about design guidelines was spurred by neighborhood concern over the redevelopment of...

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