Stapleton developer Forest City is submitting possible sites to the state as Colorado responds to Amazon’s September 7 announcement that it is seeking to develop a second corporate headquarters.
A group of neighbors working on issues relating to racial and economic justice has identified #ChangeTheNameStapleton as the current focus of their efforts.
Activists have recently inundated community meetings urging the removal of the name Stapleton from the neighborhood due to Mayor Benjamin F. Stapleton’s Klan ties during the 1920s.
Have you been developing an urge to tackle one of Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks?
The videos that emerged in August of East High School cheerleaders being forced into splits by a recently hired coach, Ozell Williams, have been very disturbing to the community, particularly among parents with middle and high school-aged athletes.
A temporary village of full-sized, solar-powered houses will open for public viewing from Oct. 5 to Oct. 15 next to the 61st and Peña A Line station (but not open every day so check the schedule).
Have you heard? There’s a school board election coming up next month—time to start paying attention.
Total Bond $937.42 Million*
Lowry and Stapleton will soon have a continuous bike and pedestrian connection.
Starting this month, two alternative mode transportation pilot projects are getting underway in Stapleton.