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The Sylvan Park Neighborhood Association (SPNA) is the collective community voice for addressing neighborhood issues such as zoning and development, traffic calming, safety, and neighborhood beautification.

SPNA meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Cohn School (Senior Renaissance Center). Email spna@sylvanpark.org for details.

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Monday, August 23, 2021

Zoning-Related Community Meetings
Hosted by Councilwoman Kathleen Murphy

Monday - August 23rd, Beginning at 6pm

The link below can be used to join two virtual community meetings being hosted TONIGHT by Councilwoman Kathleen Murphy on the following topics:
  • "Zoning 101" - 6:00 pm
  • Proposed Expansion of Sylvan Park Bowling House Conservation Overlay - 7:00 pm
See the message below from Councilwoman Murphy for more details.


or by phone: 1-720-650-7664
Meeting Number: 146 708 8199
Password: wQePmKU3j44

Monday, August 23, 6pm: This is a virtual meeting which I'll send the links out for closer to time.  This will be a "Zoning 101" informational meeting where Planning Department Staff will go over the basics of zoning and land use.  There will be some time for Q&A.

Monday, August 23, 7pm: Immediately following the Zoning 101 virtual meeting, I will hold a virtual meeting about the expansion of the Bowling House Conservation Overlay that has been filed.  While others are welcome to listen in, this meeting is to receive feedback from the residents on Utah and Nebraska between 42nd and 45th that are in the proposed extension of the overlay.   This will be the second meeting about this overlay expansion.  The expansion is currently scheduled to go before the Historic Zoning Commission on September 15, the Planning Commission on September 23rd, and the Metro Council on October 5th for public hearings.
I have heard from neighbors who support, oppose and have questions about this overlay so it is important for residents of Utah and Nebraska between 42nd and 45th to attend!

Currently the houses to the west of the orange parcels on Nebraska and Colorado from 45th to 46th are already in the Bowling House Conservation Overlay.  The parcels in orange on this map are the blocks that have expressed interest and support and are in the proposed extension of the conservation overlay. Here is a link to learn more about the current overlay.

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