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Questions about the Project? Join the project team at Chips and Chat.
Do you have a question about the Central 70 Project? Are you wondering what CDOT is planning in your neighborhood? Would you like to talk with someone and get the facts? Join us at our monthly Chips and Chat being held the second Tuesday of every month at La Potranca Taqueria (2336 E. 46th Ave.). Drop in anytime between 4-6 p.m.

Note: There will be no chips and chat in December, we will resume again on January 9, 2017.


Trick-or-Treating with Swansea Elementary

There were no tricks, just treats for Swansea elementary students this past Halloween. CDOT partnered with Denver Public Schools to organize a trick-or-treat off the street event at Swansea Elementary School where teachers and volunteers handed out candy, winter socks, nachos and even toothbrushes. Everything was a hit!
 
Prior to the trick-or-treating extravaganza, the Colorado Department of Transportation and Denver Public Schools dedicated the new east wing of the school to community leader, Lorraine Granado.


Chips & Chat at La Portranca Taqueria

For the past three months, Central 70 has been hosting a Chips & Chat for the community on the second Tuesday of each month. Join us anytime between 4 - 6 p.m. at La Portranca Taqueria to speak directly with project team members and ask questions about Central 70. 


Swansea Carnival

On Saturday, May 20, the Central 70 Project team joined community partners to attend the annual Swansea Elementary School Carnival. The team conducted hourly drawings to give away 11 bikes to local children. Thank you to the Northeast Transportation Center (NETC) and Xcel Energy for your donation of bikes and helmets, and assistance with traffic control on the day of the event.

Representatives with Denver Environmental Health (DEH) and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) were also there to showcase the Swansea Air Monitoring System (or SAM) and share air quality levels with the community. This system is currently monitoring the air quality and will continue doing so until a year after the Central 70 project construction is complete.

See a summary of the air quality index around the state.


September—LoDo Rotary Club

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Central 70 Communications Manager Rebecca White talks about the project with the LoDo Rotary, one of many rotary presentations this fall.


Presentation at Regis University—Aug. 31, 2016

Regis presentation - September 2016

Project Director Tony DeVito presents information about the project to a group of folks at Regis University.


Holy Rosary Church Festival—Sept. 4, 2016

Holy Rosary Festival

The Central 70 team joined in the festivities and provided information on the project at the Holy Rosary Church Festival over the 2016 Labor Day weekend.


Polish Food Festival—August 2016

Polish Festival

Central 70 representatives provided information to a full crowd on a beautiful day at the Polish Food Festival, sponsored by the St. Joseph's Polish Church.


Local Business Outreach—August 2016

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The Central 70 team met with local businesses along 46th Avenue to discuss construction impacts and small business certification.


Feria de Verano at The GrowHaus—August 2016

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The team had an information table at the event and answered a variety of questions from the community. Everyone had a chance to vote on their favorite options for the playground and splash park that will be part of the project.


Denver Chamber Combined Committee&mdashlJuly 2016

Denver Metro Chamber

Project Manager Tony DeVito presented information on the project to a packed house of Denver Chamber of Commerce members.


Swansea Elementary Fair—May 2016

Swansea Elementary Fair

Central 70 project representatives provided info to parents and students at the lively Swansea Elementary Fair.

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