Clear Creek Corridor Master Plan

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Consultation has concluded

In partnership with the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District, Adams County, the City of Denver and the City of Wheat Ridge, the City of Arvada is preparing a master plan for the Clear Creek Corridor between Tennyson Street and Wadsworth Boulevard that will identify recreation, trail and habitat improvements along the creek. In addition, the project team will be developing design concepts for three opportunity sites within that study area. Community input is critical to the success of the Master Plan.

As part of our second phase of public outreach, we are offering three opportunities in June for people to share their opinions about the Clear Creek Corridor.
1) In person on Saturday evening, June 8, at "Second Saturdays" in Olde Town Arvada
2) In person early Wednesday morning, June 26, in Gold Strike Park for Bike to Work Day.
3) Online through the Clear Creek Master Plan survey below.

The survey asks you for your opinion and ideas regarding three potential open spaces along Clear Creek. These “Opportunity Sites” are at 52nd and Marshall Urban Trail Network; Gold Strike Park; and, Clear Creek North Bank Open Space. Thank you in advance for your participation.

For more information and additional imagery for this project, please visit arvada.org/clear-creek-corridor-master-plan.

In partnership with the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District, Adams County, the City of Denver and the City of Wheat Ridge, the City of Arvada is preparing a master plan for the Clear Creek Corridor between Tennyson Street and Wadsworth Boulevard that will identify recreation, trail and habitat improvements along the creek. In addition, the project team will be developing design concepts for three opportunity sites within that study area. Community input is critical to the success of the Master Plan.

As part of our second phase of public outreach, we are offering three opportunities in June for people to share their opinions about the Clear Creek Corridor.
1) In person on Saturday evening, June 8, at "Second Saturdays" in Olde Town Arvada
2) In person early Wednesday morning, June 26, in Gold Strike Park for Bike to Work Day.
3) Online through the Clear Creek Master Plan survey below.

The survey asks you for your opinion and ideas regarding three potential open spaces along Clear Creek. These “Opportunity Sites” are at 52nd and Marshall Urban Trail Network; Gold Strike Park; and, Clear Creek North Bank Open Space. Thank you in advance for your participation.

For more information and additional imagery for this project, please visit arvada.org/clear-creek-corridor-master-plan.

  • The survey below asks you for your opinion and ideas regarding three potential open spaces along Clear Creek. 

    These “Opportunity Sites” are a trail connection at 52nd Ave and Marshall St; Gold Strike Park; and Clear Creek North Bank Open Space (Between Tennyson St and Sheridan Blvd). 

    The survey below asks you for your opinion and ideas regarding three potential open spaces along Clear Creek. 

    These “Opportunity Sites” are a trail connection at 52nd Ave and Marshall St; Gold Strike Park; and Clear Creek North Bank Open Space (Between Tennyson St and Sheridan Blvd). 

    Consultation has concluded
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