Public Involvement

Public Meetings – April 2024

CDOT and FHWA are hosting an upcoming series of public meetings for the I-270 corridor.

Join us at an upcoming open house or webinar to find out what's going on with the I- 270 project and take a look at the different options we've come up with. We need your input about which options are worth exploring further, what additional options or features could be considered, and how the designs could be modified to better meet transportation and community needs.

Public Meetings

In Person

  • Dates & Times:
    • Wednesday, April 17, 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
    • Saturday, April 20, 9:00 a.m. to noon
  • Location:
    • Eagle Pointe Recreation Center
      6060 E. Parkway Drive, Commerce City
      Accessible via the bus stops at 60th Avenue & Dahlia Street and 60th Avenue & Glencoe Street


Meeting Materials

Stakeholder Workshops

The project is using an innovative, community-centered planning process to engage stakeholders through a series of stakeholder workshops. This process will help CDOT and FHWA to better understand community values and visions for the project and surrounding neighborhoods. The stakeholder group began meeting in March 2024 and will be engaged throughout the EIS process.

Listening Sessions – Fall/Winter 2023

CDOT held eight listening sessions at different locations in the neighborhoods surrounding the project corridor to collect community input. Residents were interested in learning about the project and identified issues for the team to consider, including traffic and congestion, safety, environmental health, and connectivity.

Public Scoping Meeting – October 10, 2023

CDOT and FHWA hosted a public meeting on October 10, 2023, at the Eagle Pointe Recreation Center in Commerce City. Postcards were mailed to more than 38,000 residents in the surrounding area notifying them of the meeting. 80 people attended the meeting in person, and many others provided thoughts through the project email address and online comment forms. Most attendees expressed excitement to see the project moving forward and appreciated the opportunity to learn about the alternatives being considered. Many also noted appreciation for the in-person meeting
and the opportunity to provide input and talk to project staff. Overall, attendees were highly engaged and provided detailed comments and thoughts. Materials from that meeting are available at the following links:

Public Meeting Resources

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