Public Involvement

About the Process

The Speer Boulevard and 23rd Avenue bridges and associated transportation system (interchanges, street network, etc.) exists to serve travelers, residents, businesses, organizations, schools, places of worship and more. Therefore, it’s important that the Speer and 23rd bridges project engage these community stakeholders.  

This page will be updated as the Project conducts meetings with the variety of stakeholders, posting links to meeting announcements, materials and documents.

Stakeholder Group

The stakeholder group is the project’s primary public involvement platform. The stakeholder group is made up representatives of Registered Neighborhood Organizations (RNO), businesses, non-profits, walking and biking organizations, transit groups, schools and more. This group representatives will inform their networks of information on the Project and will bring input from their networks to the project.

Stakeholder Group Meetings and Materials

Meeting 1: December 16, 2021

Public Meetings

There will be two public meetings in the project to show community members concepts being developed and considered and solicit feedback from community members on the concepts.

Public Communications

Public communications will include e-notifications, surveys, project/task update fliers, the project webpage, press releases and more. Submit a question or comment online here.

Community Survey

The Community Survey, which was completed on May 31, 2022, will help the Project Team understand community members' interests and concerns. Respondents completed the survey (in English or in Spanish) to share how they use the corridor and facilities along I-25 at Speer Blvd and W 23rd Ave, what they like about the current facilities, and what they'd like to be improved.