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Visit with Ward 3 Councilmember Sue King, share your ideas and concerns, and learn more about your community.
Bring the family and join the park naturalist and members from the Bureau of Land Management, Forest Service and the Denver Botanic Gardens, as we explore the spring floral display. Bring water, comfortable hiking shoes and appropriate clothing for the weather conditions.
This hike will meet at William Frederick Hayden Park on Green Mountain at the Florida/Alameda parking lot.
No fee and no registration needed.
Community Open Houses scheduled for May 2012 Two open houses have been scheduled as part of the Lakewood! Zoning Improvement process. These open houses are part of the ongoing outreach to receive community input on recommendations, new concepts, and suggesstions for the updated zoning ordinance. The upcoming open houses will focus on proposed improvements and amendments to the mixed-use, commercial, and industrial zone districts. Both open houses will cover the same materials.
Tuesday, May 22, 2012 5 - 7 p.m. Presentation at 6 p.m.
Thursday, May 24, 2012 10 - 12 noon Presentation at 11:00 a.m.
Monday, June 4, 2012 6 - 8 p.m.
Presentation at 7 p.m.
Please visit our City Council Meeting Information page to view upcoming City Council Meeting and Study Session agendas and information. The schedule reflects the latest available information. Agenda items listed are tentative only and subject to change, including removal or addition of agenda items. They are included here in the City's efforts for improved communications and transparency. The City of Lakewood does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, national origin, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation or disability in the provision of services. People with disabilities needing reasonable accommodation to attend or participate in a City service program, can call 303-987-7080 or TDD 303-987-7057. Please give notice as far in advance as possible so we can accommodate your request.
Naturalist Guided Night HikesThe darkness of night provides a unique backdrop for hiking adventure. So leave those flashlights at home and hone your night vision as a park naturalist guides you along our trails and surrounding green spaces. These hikes are designed for the whole family, but keep in mind each one will average an hour and a half of walking and observing. And don't forget to dress appropriately and wear appropriate shoes for Colorado's ever changing weather. No dogs please.
Registration: 303-697-6159All registration close dates are the Monday preceding the hike. Park entry fee applies