Colorado Downtown Streets Workshops
3.5 AICP CMs Approved
Colorado is experiencing a steady increase in population and tourism, and with this comes an interest in revitalizing our downtowns and main streets.
Through a partnership between CDOT, CDPHE, DOLA and Community Builders, three, half-day workshops are being held this March to help communities learn how to strike a balance among the many demands facing their downtown streets. Workshop attendees will learn how to communicate and work with state and local agencies, identify problems, consider solutions, and get projects built to improve their downtown.
The workshops are designed for community residents, engineers, planners, advocates, and anyone else interested in making their downtowns better. Workshop attendance is limited so those that are interested are encouraged to sign up now. The deadline for registration is Friday, March 17.
The Downtown Streets workshops will be hosted in Woodland Park, La Junta and Brush. Please use the registration links below to sign up for a workshop in one of these communities. Click on each for more information:
Workshop attendees will receive a free copy of Colorado Downtown Streets: A Tool for Communities, Planners, and Engineers (https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-vz6H4k4SESMTU4ajN6WkR3Y0U/view).
Are you AICP certified? These workshops are eligible for 3.5 CM Credits.
We hope to see you there.