Arapahoe County Open Spaces is beginning a process to master plan two parks in the Four Square Mile neighborhood and will host an Aug. 16 public meeting, 5-7 p.m., at Cheyenne-Arapaho Park (9200 E Iowa Ave., Denver 80247).
The community is invited to join the conversation on these projects that include improvements and expansion at Cheyenne-Arapaho Park and the development of a new open space park at Long’s Pine Grove – located along the High Line Canal.
“This is a critical first step in the planning process so that the needs and desires of the community can be considered and incorporated into the final plan,” said Commissioner Nancy Jackson, District 4. “I’m excited for new features and amenities in this diverse community and look forward to seeing the master plan develop over the next year, with construction of the parks beginning in late 2018.”
The Aug. 16 meeting will provide information and will be the first opportunity for the Open Spaces department to gather ideas and feedback from the public on both parks. The community is invited to learn about the park projects and share their thoughts on potential improvements that should be considered and enjoy refreshments and snacks.
Get more information about the master planning process and stay tuned for updates and more meetings at www.4squaremileparks.com.
In the event of inclement weather for the outdoor open house at Cheyenne-Arapaho Park, the meeting will move to the Eloise May Library, 1471 S Parker Road.
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