This month: SUN Statement Affirming Black Lives Matter; SUN Seeking Community Cohesion Around an Alternative Community Name; and SUN Bylaw Vote, 2018 and Current Procedures.
This month: Composition of Stapleton United Neighbors (SUN) Board of Directors and SUN meeting in June.
This month: Annual Community Forum on Wed. May 13, hosted virtually at 6:30pm; Follow up from SUN’s April 21 Monthly Meeting; and Sand Creek Greenway Mural.
This month: Response to Coronavirus; April SUN meeting: Tuesday April 21 at 6:30pm; and Election for SUN Board of Directors.
This month: Vote on Bike Lane Symbol Designs; SUN’s March Monthly Meeting: Tues., May 17, 6:30–8:30pm at Central Park Rec Center; SUN’s April Monthly Meeting; Annual Community Forum; and Seeking Candidates for a Diverse SUN Board.
This month: Community Screening of “The Mask You Live In”; Central Park Blvd Bike Lane Symbol Design; CPAC for the DPS 2020 Bond and Mill Levy Planning Committee; Seeking Diverse Candidates for the SUN Board; and Annual Community Forum: Wed., May 13, 6–8:30pm (The Cube)
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.