We are nearing the end of a significant planning initiative for the High Line Canal, the beloved 71-mile regional trail. This multi-jurisdictional planning initiative follows on the heels of the Community Vision Plan completed in early 2017. The nationally recognized planning team includes Denver-based Livable Cities Studio led by Meredith Wenskoski, and Agency Landscape + Planning and Sasaki, led by Gina Ford.
This planning phase focuses on a Framework Plan – a multi-year implementation plan – to ensure that the Canal reaches its greatest potential as an environmental, recreational, social, historic and economic asset. It will include prioritized enhancement projects, complete plans for signage and wayfinding and landscape design guidelines for all 71 miles.
The Framework Plan has entered its final stage! Public input is needed to help guide the future of the High Line Canal. Join us, Livable Cities Studio and the High Line Canal Conservancy at a Community Open House January 23rd or 24th. Both community open houses will have identical information for review. Pick one that works best for you and drop in to share your thoughts and ideas.
Wednesday, January 23, 5-7 pm at Euclid Middle School
777 W. Euclid Ave., Littleton
Thursday, January 24, 5-7 pm at Eloise May Library
1471 S. Parker Rd., Denver