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Brown-bag film series culminating in a panel discussion to celebrate National Community Planning Month.
“Designing Healthy Communities” film series, a public television production shown each Wednesday in October - bring your lunch to enjoy while watching the films.
Episode 4: "Searching for Shangri La"
Residents, business owners and community members are invited to attend a free film series that outlines the connections between community health and the way cities are built as part of the City’s celebration of National Community Planning Month. The panel discussion on the last Wednesday in October is titled “The Built Environment and Our Health: Designing Healthy Communities in the Denver Region.” The panel will consist of experts in planning, transportation and public health, and Jessica Osborne of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment will moderate the discussion. October is designated as National Community Planning Month by the American Planning Association as a way to highlight the importance of community planning, which establishes a vision for how a community will look, grow and define itself. The month-long celebration is an opportunity to recognize how planning shapes Lakewood and to honor the work of planners and residents in shaping their communities.
Please visit our upcoming Planning Commission meetings page to see if there are agenda items for Planning Commission to consider and to find out which location is being used for the Study Session. Schedule reflects the latest available information. Meetings are subject to change or cancellation and Study Sessions may be held in different locations.
The public is welcome to attend and listen to the discussion. However, opportunities for public participation and comment are available at other events.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.