Larimer, East Liberty Gardens and the surrounding communities are in the midst of a positive transformation, one that is happening from the inside out and the ground up. Without a doubt, good things are happening, and there is a buzz in and about our community. If you’d like to get involved, please e-mail us at LarimerVisionToAction@jacksonclark.net
WHAT’S HAPPENING? Larimer residents, business owners, property owners and community members are creating change, working together to create a community we all love and can be a part of for generations to come. We’re planning by getting ready for our future in ways that put the community in charge of what happens here We’re getting educated about how development & community change work We’re growing leaders from within our community and investing in their future We’re creating projects that make a difference now like the community garden & EECO Center We’re building relationships and attracting resources including the people and $ necessary to make long-term change a reality What’s with all the planning? Transforming a community takes time, especially when you’re dedicated to change that comes from within. There is a process involved in moving forward, with each step building on the previous.
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Didn’t get a chance to answer the survey in our community survey camper? You can still make your voice heard by following the above link to the Larimer Survey.
Thanks to all 232 attendees at the community meeting on Thursday, August 8, 2013 at the Kingsley Association. This was our largest meeting attendance to date!
Thanks to the 58 attendees who joined us for the Thursday, July 11, 2013 meeting for residents of East Liberty Gardens and Hamilton-Larimer. Residents reviewed a presentation of key strategies for the People portion of the plan being developed for the Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Grant application, plans for new housing, and re-occupancy strategies for residents of East Liberty Gardens and Hamilton-Larimer. Please take the time to review and share our meeting presentation that’s available at this link.
Thanks to the 121 attendees who joined us for the Larimer Vision to Action Community meeting February 5, 2013 at the Kingsley Association. The Master Planning Team shared preliminary strategies developed as a follow up to the January 3-Day Strategy Session, as well as demographics, preliminary Community Civic Survey outcomes, and other community research with attendees. Follow-up breakout sessions provided an opportunity for community input and more detailed questions for the team. You can view our meeting presentation by clicking this link.
Thanks to all 133 attendees who joined us for the Larimer Vision to Action Plan project’s third community meeting on Wednesday, 12.12.12. Our meeting presentation is available at this link. We appreciated the opportunity to welcome our project partners from McCormack Baron Salazar and Urban Strategies. You can find out more about McCormack Baron Salazar’s work by viewing their organizational video at this link. Attendees at the community meeting reviewed project Guiding Principals and used dots to vote for their priorities – view the outcomes by clicking here.