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Orchard Station Subarea Informational Meetings

Orchard Station Subarea Proposed Amendment to the City’s Comprehensive Plan
District Meetings to Be Held with Residents in January

In January 2017, residents are invited to attend one of four district public education and informational meetings to learn about the Orchard Station Subarea as a proposed amendment to the Village’s Comprehensive Plan. The meetings are a result of resident interest in City Council policy related to redevelopment in the vicinity of the Orchard Light Rail Station.  The City Council would like to provide information and solicit input from citizens on the Orchard Station Subarea proposed amendment to the Comprehensive Plan prior to its formal consideration at a future City Council meeting.  Any future redevelopment proposals of the properties within the outlined subarea would require approval of development plans.

The Orchard Station Subarea is located north of Orchard Road and west of Interstate 25 in the vicinity of the Orchard Light Rail Station. The goal of the subarea is to guide future redevelopment in proximity to the Orchard Light Rail Station to create a mix of office, residential, and retail land uses with a network of public spaces. The draft Orchard Station Subarea is available at greenwood village.com.

The Comprehensive Plan is a long range use plan that guides community decisions about its growth and development, and establishes a clear vision for future development of the community.  The Comprehensive Plan sets forth goals, objectives and policies regarding future growth, land use development, environment, transportation, and economic development. 

The City Council will participate with residents in the following public education and informational meetings in each district of Greenwood Village.  Residents are encouraged to attend their district meeting.  If you need to confirm the district in which you live, please visit greenwoodvillage.com or call the City Manager’s Office at 303-486-5745.  

District 1 - Councilmembers Dave Bullock and Freda Miklin
Wednesday, January 18, 6:30 to 8:30 pm. 
Aspen Academy, 5859 S. University Boulevard 

District 2 - Councilmembers Darryl Jones and Leslie Schluter
Thursday, January 19, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. 
Curtis Ballroom at Comedy Works, 5345 Landmark Place 

District 3 - Councilmembers George Lantz and Steve Moran
Tuesday, January 24, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. 
Highline Community Church, 6160 S Wabash Way 

District 4 - Councilmembers Tom Bishop and T.J. Gordon 
Thursday, January 26, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Campus Middle School Cafeteria, 4785 S Dayton Street 

Proposed Orchard Station Subarea

GV January Newsletter