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Meeting Notices

Public Hearings

Tuesday

September 23, 2014

Sable Elementary School

2601 Sable Boulevard
Aurora, CO (view map)

Wednesday

September 24, 2014

Kearney Middle School

6160 Kearney Street
Commerce City, CO (view map)

Thursday

September 25, 2014

Bruce Randolph Middle School

3955 Steele Street
Denver, CO (view map)

Public hearings, which provide opportunities for the public to provide comments for the study's official record, will be held in late September. The same information will be available at all meetings. Translation and child care will be provided. Please call 303.294.9300 for special accommodation requests.

Since these meetings are formal public hearings, there will be a few differences when compared to the I-70 East Corridor-Wide Meetings you may have attended previously.

Open House from 5:00 to 6:00 pm

During the Open House, members of the project team will be available to walk you through exhibits that will provide a project update, display project alternatives that are under consideration, provide analysis of the impacts to environmental resources, and information on the next steps for the project.

Presentation/Formal Comment Period from 6:00 to 8:00 pm

A brief presentation will be provided by the project team summarizing the I-70 East Supplemental Draft EIS (SDEIS) and providing an overview of the analysis conducted to date. Following the presentation, verbal comments will be accepted and recorded for inclusion in the project record.

Ways to Comment at the Public Hearings

1. Give a verbal 2-minute comment in front of your neighbors

2. Provide a verbal comment to a private recorder

3. Fill out a comment form

4. Fill out the online comment form at a computer

Community Leaders Coordination Meetings

The September meeting is cancelled due to the
SDEIS Public Hearings

Meeting Flyer (Community Leaders Coordination Meeting)

Meeting Cancellation Flyer

CDOT and project team members will be in the neighborhood every third Wednesday of the month from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm to discuss the status of the I-70 East EIS project. Meetings began on June 20, 2012. Please refer to the Meeting Minutes page to read the meeting materials and meeting summaries from past meetings.

Walk-ins are welcome at any time during these informal meetings to talk to project team members, ask questions, express concerns, and provide comments. These meetings are held as open discussions and there will be no presentation.

Spanish translation and light refreshments will be available at all the meetings.

For childcare and disability assistance, please call 720.475.7039 prior to the meeting.

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Meeting Minutes (thumbnail of meeting summaries and materials)

Meeting Minutes

The meeting materials and meeting summaries for the Community Leaders Coordination Meetings are available online on the Meeting Minutes page »

Telephone Town Hall & Open House Meetings

No Telephone Town Hall or Open House Meetings are scheduled at this time.

Telephone Town Hall Meetings (telephone townhall icon)

The I-70 East EIS project team utilizes an innovative outreach technique to reach out to a large number of community members in the comfort of their homes. The telephone town hall technology allows the project team to contact thousands of phone numbers within the project area to solicit input from the public on various issues.

Meeting Minutes

Meeting summaries and audio recordings for the Telephone Town Hall and Open House Meetings are available online on the Meeting Minutes page »

Elyria & Swansea Neighborhood Plan Meetings

(Combined CDOT and City & County of Denver)

No Elyria & Swansea Neighborhood Plan Meetings are scheduled
at this time.

CDOT and the City of Denver are holding a series of meetings to gather your ideas on improving your community. These meetings will focus on the community space on the highway cover, the connection to Swansea Elementary, the frontage roads and the Steele/Vasquez interchange.

Walk-ins are welcome at any time during these informal meetings to talk to project team members, ask questions, express concerns, and provide comments.

Food, childcare, and Spanish translation will be available. Disability assistance available by calling 720.475.7039 prior to the meeting.

Meeting Minutes (thumbnail of meeting summaries)

Meeting Minutes

The meeting materials and meeting summaries for the Elyria and Swansea Neighborhood Plan Meetings are available online on the Meeting Minutes page »

Corridor-Wide Public Meetings

No Corridor-Wide Public Meetings are scheduled at this time.

Corridor-Wide Public Meetings have been conducted at major project milestones and provide opportunities for the community to interact with the project team to discuss project issues and recommendations.

Meeting Minutes (thumbnail of meeting summaries)

Meeting Minutes

The meeting materials and meeting summaries for the Corridor-Wide Public Meetings are available online on the Meeting Minutes page »

Questions?

Call the Project Office at 303.757.9413.

Learn about other ways to stay involved in the project: Community Outreach