This Month: Considerations on Potential City Support for RNOs; Save the Date: Annual Community Forum; and Seeking Volunteers to Serve on the SUN Board.
This month: 1) The Sustainable Neighborhoods Program Wants Your Ideas. 2) Stapleton Area Education Space and Programming Plan. 3) Digstown proposed zoning change. 4) Denver City Auditor Tim O’Brien, recap from 11/19 SUN meeting. 5) Meetings in 2020.
Denver Public Schools approached SUN this fall to determine the amenability to a conversation about shifting from proximity buckets to proximity zones for the elementary school choice process for the Stapleton enrollment zone.
SUN Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 6:30-8:30pm; a break at 7:30pm allows attendees to depart or choose to stay ’til the end. Meetings at Central Park Recreation Center, 9651 MLK Jr. Blvd.
1) Ignite Your Child’s Imagination: VISION, Oct. 12. 2) SUN Meeting Sept. 17. 3) Electric Vehicle Forum Sept. 28
Stapleton United Neighbors (SUN) is a Registered Neighborhood Organization (RNO) regulated by Chapter 12 / Article III of the Revised Municipal Code of the City of Denver. Any owner of real property and/or any resident located within the neighborhood boundaries are considered to be SUN members; there are no membership dues.
This month: 1) Restructuring SUN’s Monthly Meetings. 2) Food Bank Support at SUN’s Monthly Meetings. 3) Fall Reflection Days. 4) Stapleton United Neighbors Officers and Committees.
In a community-wide vote, Stapleton property owners will receive a ballot in June on whether to change the Stapleton name. Read about why the ballot is happening and what’s on it here.
This month: 1) Host a Block Party Day in Stapleton during Denver Days, National Night Out. 2) Call for Community Engagement, Need for Space North of I-70.
This month: 1) SUN Annual Community Forum May 21, 6:30 – 8:30pm, The Cube, 8371 E Northfield Blvd. 2) Election of SUN Board Candidates at Annual Forum.