Help spread random acts of kindness throughout the neighborhood! Times are difficult for everyone right now. We are lonely, finances may be tighter than ever, it’s hard to run errands, and we don’t have as much freedom to live our life as we used to. Can we help each other out while getting to knowContinue reading “Adopt-A-Neighbor Program”
Join us for a special presentation on the history of transportation in the Baker, Washington Park West, and Washington Park neighborhoods of Denver, CO! Presenters Brittany Spinner and Amanda Roberts will discuss the streetscape of this part of Denver, from the early years of the streetcar era, to today. Join us to learn, discuss andContinue reading “Special History Club Presentation: Transportation”
Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) will be hosting a virtual community meeting on Wednesday, February 24th from 5:30 to 7:30 pm to provide residents and businesses an update on the exciting mobility and safety projects we have around Broadway & Lincoln from Speer to I25. The projects they will be covering are: SouthContinue reading “Broadway/Lincoln Street Improvements & Changes Meeting Feb. 24 at 5:30pm Hosted by Denver DOTI”
Hi all! Amanda, L/BCRNO President here. I wanted to share with you a success story of our Lincoln St. streetscape.* Guess what! You may not know this, but your voice has power. Advocacy works! Check out my transportation story & get inspired: Ready to create positive change? Here’s how: Submit a 311 Pocket Gov requestContinue reading “Is Lincoln Street Causing You Stress? Don’t Worry! Just Advocate. Here’s How.”
On Thursday, February 4, 2021, from 5:00-6:00pm, the Department of Transportation & Infrastructure will host a virtual open house on planning better ways to travel in South Central Denver. During the virtual open house, the project team will share what they’ve heard through the outreach process and changes made based on feedback collected to date.Continue reading “City Transportation Meeting Announcement: Feb. 4!”
When residents join our community, one of their primary concerns is the Lincoln Street streestcape. “People use it as a speedway,” they say. Or: “It’s hard to cross the street safely to visit restaurants.” And: “It’s a residential street. Why does it have to be so noisy? We can’t hear our neighbors.” One of ourContinue reading “Call for Land Use & Transportation Committee Members!”
We have some exciting news! The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure is presenting at our next monthly meeting, scheduled for December 16 at 6pm, via Zoom. During that meeting, you’ll learn about the Lincoln Transit and Safety Enhancements project that your L/BCRNO leaders worked with DOTI to procure for our street! You’ll also get toContinue reading “You asked, we listened! Lincoln Transit Update at Our Meeting 12/16 🚌”
Join us for our December event in which we shift our focus to what unique businesses that we have lost over the years and what has replaced them. From Ice houses, Farmsteads, or a scandalous french brewery. Let’s explore the pioneering businesses that started our neighborhood! When: Dec 9, 2020 07:30 PM Mountain Time Where:Continue reading “HCWPAN Meeting #6: Buildings and Businesses of South Broadway’s Past”
In this meeting, Brittany Spinner discusses interior design elements of area homes throughout the decades. If you missed it, learn more here.
In our October meeting, we shared spooky stories of our neighborhood. We also got a special tour (via Zoom) of the beautiful, historic South Broadway Christian Church!