Over the past seven years, a significant level of community involvement enabled the public to collaborate with the project team and partner agencies in their efforts to rezone the DUS site, build support and consensus for the DUS Master Plan, identify and select a master developer and prepare the Draft EIS and Final EIS. The breadth and depth of involvement by the public greatly enhanced the final outcomes of these efforts.
Denver Union Station is an important improvement to the fabric of the Lower Downtown (LoDo) area and plays a central role in shaping the future aspirations and economic vitality of the eight-county region. As such, the DUSPA will continue to utilize a variety of public involvement methodologies, communication tools and outreach opportunities to involve and inform stakeholders, elected officials, businesses and the general public as the design of the transit architecture and public spaces continues.
Regular public meetings will be held to provide project updates at key milestones, answer questions and receive comments. Meeting records such as meeting notices and presentations are posted as they are developed.