Join us for the second community planning process and public input opportunity for the Colorado School of Mines neighborhoods from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 14 at the Golden Community Center. This meeting will review outcomes of the April 12 meeting, and further define needs of the neighborhood resulting in a report for City Council.
This City-driven process is not intended to address the arrangement of various University uses within the campus boundaries. Rather, the focus will be on the relationship of the campus as a whole to the community, and the interface of campus boundaries with nearby residential, commercial, cultural and recreational uses. City Council and staff are seeking specific input and recommendations as to how the relationship of the buildings and uses along the edges of campus can meet the University’s needs while respecting and enhancing the physical and social relationship with adjacent neighbors.
Can’t make the meeting? There is still opportunity to voice your opinion by taking the Colorado School of Mines Neighborhoods’ Survey.