Upcoming Community Workshops October 29-30

Community Values and Vision Workshop

Tuesday, October 29, 2019 at 5:30 PM at Two Rivers Convention Center

A Community Vision Review and Public Input Workshop will be held at Two Rivers Convention Center in downtown Grand Junction. On Tuesday, October 29, 2019 at 5:30 PM the public is invited and encouraged to attend. At this session, attendees will provide feedback on draft vision statements derived from community feedback and input received to date through the public outreach of the Comprehensive Plan planning process. The workshop will be conducted using a system that polls attendees via their smart phone, or tablet. The interactive workshop will provide participants the opportunity to see results in real-time, while learning how other residents feel about specific issues. Please mark your calendars and attend this important event!

Sub-Area Plans Workshop

Wednesday, October 30, 2019 at 5:30 PM at Lincoln Park Barn, 1240 Gunnison Avenue

As part of the Comprehensive Plan, Sub-Area Plans will be developed for the 24 Road Corridor as well as the Seventh Street/South Downtown Area. On Wednesday, October 30, 2019 at 5:30 PM a Sub-Areas Workshop will be held at Lincoln Park Barn located at Lincoln Park, 1240 Gunnison Avenue. The Sub-Areas Workshop is open to the entire community and will focus on the identified subareas. The workshop will explore improvement and development scenarios that will serve as the basis for detailed development planning, concept visualization, redevelopment initiatives, implementation strategies and more. The intent is to create consensus around a preferred approach to improving, transforming, revitalizing, and investing in these two key areas of the City. This workshop will include a visual preference survey using smartphone technologies, in addition to a group mapping exercise.

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Past Workshops

Grand Junction Visioning Workshop – Tuesday, July 16, 6:00 PM

Do you have ideas about how Grand Junction should grow and develop in the next 15-20 years? Come out to the historic Avalon Theatre to share them with us! The Visioning Workshop is your opportunity to work with your neighbors to help craft the vision for the future of Grand Junction. The workshop will feature an interactive exercise where participants use markers and maps to develop their ideas for the City.

We encourage everyone to attend, as your input is an essential part of the planning process.

Missed the workshop? No problem, you can participate online. Visit the Get Involved page of this website to fill out a questionnaire, personalize a map of the City, and learn about the comprehensive planning process.

A summary for this meeting is available on the Documents page.
Visioning Workshop: Tuesday, July 16; The Historic Avalon Theatre, 645 Main St, Grand Junction


Community Workshop – Tuesday, April 9, 6:00 PM

The Grand Junction Comprehensive Plan cannot be completed without the participation of residents, property owners, and other stakeholders from throughout the community. Your input and ideas are important, and the City needs to hear what you have to say.

The first opportunity for the entire community to get involved will be a Community Workshop. The purpose of this workshop is to allow residents to provide input, before any plans or recommendations are formulated. The workshop will: (a) review the purpose of the Grand Junction Comprehensive Plan, the planning process to be undertaken, and the schedule for the project; and (b) hear resident’s views on problems, issues, and assets within the community.

Bring your children 4 years old and up to enjoy games and activities with Grand Junction Parks and Recreation staff while parents attend the Community Workshop.

A summary for this meeting is available on the Documents page.
Community Workshop:  Tuesday, April 9, 2019; Two Rivers Convention Center, 159 Main Street, Grand Junction


Business Workshop – Wednesday, April 10, 7:30 AM

The Business Workshop is an opportunity for business owners and managers to discuss issues and challenges related to Grand Junction. The workshop will help establish a dialogue and obtain feedback from those members of the business community that have a unique insight and perspective, and whose assistance and involvement will be critical to plan implementation.

A summary for this meeting is available on the Documents page.
Business Workshop: Wednesday, April 10, 2019; Chamber of Commerce, 360 Grand Avenue, Grand Junction