Sub-Area Planning: New Town

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The City is developing specific area plans for many of the corridors and areas zoned for mixed-use development as part of the Land Development Code adopted by the City Council in May of 2020. A sub-area plan is a type of long range planning for a limited geographic area within the City.

New Town Sub-Area Plan:

The New Town Sub-Area is generally defined as the commercial areas along Wadsworth Boulevard and Bypass between the G Line tracks on the north and Interstate 70 on the south. The Arvada Marketplace shopping center along 52nd Avenue is also included.

The City is in the process of developing this plan which includes public engagement in understanding the area, review existing conditions, identify opportunities and challenges and finally gather input in order to create a long term vision for the sub-area plan area.

A virtual Public Community Meeting was held on February 11, 2021. A recording and meeting engagement of this meeting are available at AdvanceArvada.org.

This is what we heard from you!

Take a few minutes and click here to review the report that was prepared summarizing the May 2021 results. We will use your feedback to help shape the project. The developed framework will be presented at the next public community meeting, which will be scheduled this summer.

Please email the team additional feedback at Advance@Arvada.org

The City is developing specific area plans for many of the corridors and areas zoned for mixed-use development as part of the Land Development Code adopted by the City Council in May of 2020. A sub-area plan is a type of long range planning for a limited geographic area within the City.

New Town Sub-Area Plan:

The New Town Sub-Area is generally defined as the commercial areas along Wadsworth Boulevard and Bypass between the G Line tracks on the north and Interstate 70 on the south. The Arvada Marketplace shopping center along 52nd Avenue is also included.

The City is in the process of developing this plan which includes public engagement in understanding the area, review existing conditions, identify opportunities and challenges and finally gather input in order to create a long term vision for the sub-area plan area.

A virtual Public Community Meeting was held on February 11, 2021. A recording and meeting engagement of this meeting are available at AdvanceArvada.org.

This is what we heard from you!

Take a few minutes and click here to review the report that was prepared summarizing the May 2021 results. We will use your feedback to help shape the project. The developed framework will be presented at the next public community meeting, which will be scheduled this summer.

Please email the team additional feedback at Advance@Arvada.org

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How important is it to keep an area one form of building design or architecture?

very important
23%
slightly Important
35%
neutral
13%
not that important
19%
not important at all
10%
Total Votes : 52