Moving Forward Together

The Glenwood Springs City Council approved the “Glenwood: Moving Forward Together” Project – U.S. EPA Brownfields Area-Wide Plan on February 21, 2019.

Using funding from an EPA grant, the City developed the Area Wide Plan to create a strategy to tie together the Confluence Redevelopment, 6th Street Corridor Master Plan, 7th Street Beautification project and Two Rivers Park. Together with expert consultants and community stakeholders, the City developed an implementation plan to revitalize the brownfields located along the Colorado and Roaring Fork Rivers in the City’s core, including a 5-acre site where the City’s decommissioned wastewater treatment plant is located. The planning area covered by the grant also included the 5-acre CDOT Engineering and Maintenance site across Devereux Road from Two Rivers Park and the 27.4-acre Holly Quarry site near the Iron Mountain Hot Springs/Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park.

Project Timeline

Fall 2017

Project Kickoff - September 21, 2017

October - Tour + Stakeholder Meetings

November - Public Open House

2018

January - Community Workshops

March 20 - Community Workshop, Noon-8PM
See progress and provide feedback,
Morgridge Commons (815 Cooper Ave. / Above the Library)

Fall - Development of Draft Area Wide Plan

2019

February - Draft Area Wide Plan

February 2019 - Final Area Wide Plan Adoption

  1. Jennifer Ooton

    Assistant City Manager, Economic & Community Dev

Adopted Glenwood Springs: Moving Forward Together U.S. EPA Area-Wide Plan

Area Wide Plan Image
Area Wide Meeting
Glenwood Springs Area Wide Map

See Presentation from January Community Workshop

Community Roundtable Slide

Confluence Area Alternatives and Evaluations

Schematic Reuse Plan Image