• Globeville storm drainage infrastructure capacity is for only a 2 year flood.  Public Works  has identified $80m in storm drainage fixes need to protect Globeville which in NOT protected by the $300m Platte to Parkhill storm drainage project.  In fact, Globeville is put back into the flood plain and risks exposure  to toxic contamination from the Outfall being  constructed through a Super fund site at Globeville Landing Park as the first step of the P2PH project.  

    GCP continues to advocate for flood protection NOW, not until 2022 as Public Works stated to City Council.  Because of Board member actions, District 9 Councilman Brooks has requested the $80m in the City’s 2018 budget to address Globeville storm infrastructure needs. The budget will be finalized in November 2017 and GCP will continue to advocate for that allocation.

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  • As one of the highest priorities in the Globeville Neighborhood Plan adopted by Denver City Council in 2015, there will FINALLY be Washington Street improvements. Community members including GCP Board members are actively participating in the Washington Street Planning Committee.  Design for 47th to 52nd will be completed by 2017.  The $23m needed for Washington Street is included in the 2017 GO Bond which Denver citizens will vote on this November. 

     To find out more HERE!

  • Projects in the GO Bond 2017

    Globeville Civic Partners Board members were active participants in the Go Bond selection process to ensure that Globeville would significantly benefit unlike the 2007 bond. In the 2007 bond, Globeville received support for 2 projects in  Argo Park totaling $236,786 out of $500m.  

     Here are the projects for Globeville that are included in the $934m General Obligation Bond that Denver citizens will vote on in November. 

    1. Washington  Street  $23m
    2. Globeville Elyria Swansea Pedestrian Connectivity (sidewalks, bus stops, street connections, etc)  $16.9m

     Denver 2017 GO Bond    

    Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s $937 million bond 

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  • North Denver Cornerstone Collaborative (NDCC), a collection of major redevelopment projects in River North, Globeville, Elyria, and Swansea. Our goal is to coordinate the six portfolio projects underway in these neighborhoods to build a better, greener, and more connected North Denver.

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