The City of Centennial is gathering public input for two master plans—the Centennial Next master plan and the Trails and Recreation Plan. Both are expected to be complete by end of the year. Residents and businesses are invited to participate in open-house workshops to provide feedback on potential opportunities for development, redevelopment, needs and desires for new, improved and expanded parks and open space.
During the workshops, maps will be available showing sites throughout the city that have potential for future uses, providing participants an opportunity to share what they would or would not like to see at these specific locations.
Tuesday, April 18
Wednesday, April 19
Thursday, April 20
Those that attend will have a chance to win a gift certificate to a local Centennial business. There will also be a prize wheel for the kids.
If you are unable to attend, tune in on Facebook and Twitter to share your ideas. Join the city for a live discussion series on the Centennial’s Facebook page:
Join the conversation on Twitter throughout April and May using the #PlanCentennial hashtag.
Centennial Next will guide the city’s approach to preserving, enhancing and growing Centennial’s neighborhoods in a way that promotes mutual prosperity, coordinated public investment and a healthy environment. The plan will promote quality of life, a sense of community, economic vitality, supporting infrastructure, responsible government that leaves a legacy for future generations. The goal of the Trails and Recreation Plan is to identify opportunities and strategies to implement within Centennial’s network of parks, open space, trails and recreation in a local and regional way.
For additional information, visit centennialco.gov/centennialnext and/or centennialco.gov/trailsandrecplan.
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