Important to find ways to solve flooding problems without turning Twin Parks into detention ponds!
We are excited to be working with the Pueblo Alto, Mile Hi, and surrounding neighborhoods to begin this engagement process to identify assets and opportunities to resolve local drainage issues. We would like to invite everyone to participate in the upcoming walking tours which will help us identify and locate areas or concern and opportunity.
Please save the date and join us for the walking tours on Saturday Nov. 13th as follows:
Pueblo Alto Neighborhood Tour: 12:30-2pm – meet at Truman and Marble
Mile High Neighborhood Tour: 2:30-4pm – meet at Cardenas and Marble
For more information and to add your ideas to the neighborhood map, please visit the project website athttps://gws.mysocialpinpoint.com/pueblo-alto-mile-hi – and share this information with your neighbors and anyone who you think might be interested in participating.
In the meantime, please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions.
Thanks and kind regards,
Amy Bell, PLA, ASLA, ISA CERTIFIED ARBORIST | she, her
PRINCIPAL LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT
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