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Located in the urbanized northwest corner of Arapahoe County, within what is called the “Four Square Mile Neighborhood”, two County-owned parks will be master-planned to pave the way for improvements that will provide new (or improved) community recreational resources to enhance the daily lives of County residents.
This multi-faceted project involves the master planning, detailed design, and eventual construction of improvements at both parks (the existing Cheyenne-Arapaho Park and the new Long’s Pine Grove Park, a process which is intended to dovetail with the March, 2015 Four Square Mile Recreation Needs and Opportunities Assessment .
Public involvement for the park master plans is coming to a close. The first public meeting was held August 16 at Cheyenne-Arapaho Park with more than sixty community members in attendance. The second meetings were held October 13 and 14 for each park respectively and had great attendance. Throughout the process the community has offered their ideas about what they would like to see at each park and had a chance to shape the design concepts.
NEXT STEP is a final public meeting:
Long's Pine Grove & Cheyenne-Arapaho Park Thursday, Dec14. Potters House Denver 6-8 p.m.
Get more information about the master planning process and stay tuned for updates and more meetings at www.4squaremileparks.com.