2021 Annual Neighborhood Meeting

June 15, 6-8:30pm Location:Regis Universityat 50th and Lowell Blvd.  Meeting Agenda: City agencies discuss parking & transportation issues. State agencies discuss local improvements to I-70. Park officials discuss plans for neighborhood parks. Speak with representatives from Denver City Council. Learn about important topics on life in our neighborhoods. BRUN board of directors election for 7Continue reading “2021 Annual Neighborhood Meeting”

Tennyson Curbside Action Plan (CAP) Update

Please see the story posted below for background information. Updates are as follows: The Area Permit boundary has been extended to include Tennyson between 44th and 46th. The previous draft included time limits for portions of these blocks, but they were not included in the Area Permit boundary. However, it will be more intuitive forContinue reading “Tennyson Curbside Action Plan (CAP) Update”

BRUN Endorsement of Colorado Youth Sustainability Board Climate Resolution to DPS

BRUN is joining the Denver Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation (INC) in declaring our support for Denver Public Schools to mitigate the increasing effects of climate change, allowing our schools and neighborhoods to flourish and creating a healthy city and planet for all future generations. To read INC’s full endorsement, click here.

Neighborhood Clean Up Event Coming Saturday, June 5th

Berkeley Regis United Neighbors (BRUN) is joining Highland United Neighbors, Inc. (HUNI), Sunnyside United Neighbors, Inc. (SUNI) & the Tennyson Berkeley Business Association (TBBA) in hosting a “Spring Progressive” NW Denver Neighborhood Clean Up on Saturday, June 5.  BRUN area clean up details: Gathering Location: Berkeley Lake Park at 4601 W 46th Ave. parking lotContinue reading “Neighborhood Clean Up Event Coming Saturday, June 5th”

Temporary Safe Outdoor Space at Regis University

Regis University will be launching a temporary Safe Outdoor Space (SOS) for the homeless on June 1st.  It is expected to run through December 31, 2021, with monthly options for renewal.  The Regis SOS will be located in a 19,000 sq. ft. portion of the Lot 6 parking lot, west of the McDonalds that isContinue reading “Temporary Safe Outdoor Space at Regis University”

Active Centers & Corridors Design Overlay

Members may have seen signs for this proposal posted around the neighborhood. This proposed text amendment would create the Active Centers and Corridors Design Overlay (DO-8) zone district to ensure ground floor non-residential uses with other mandatory design criteria intended to support vibrant, pedestrian-oriented mixed-use areas along Tennyson, Lowell & 44th Ave. BRUN has emailedContinue reading “Active Centers & Corridors Design Overlay”

Virtual Hearing: Marijuana Transfer of Location Application

Denver’s Department of Excise and Licenses has notified BRUN of a marijuana dispensary that is moving to a new location within the BRUN boundaries. It is proposed to be located at the rear of the building on the NW corner of 49th & Lowell. Applicant: Yuma Way, LLC Business Address:  3609 W. 49th Ave BusinessContinue reading “Virtual Hearing: Marijuana Transfer of Location Application”

Update on Denver’s Group Living Rule Changes

As we’ve previously reported, Denver Community Planning and Development (CPD) has proposed Text Amendment No 7, which would drastically change the current rules for group living in the City and County of Denver. If you are NOT aware of the changes being proposed by Denver’s CPD, please click here for more information. Although recognizing the needContinue reading “Update on Denver’s Group Living Rule Changes”

Bike Theft and Safety

These days, more and more Denverites are choosing to get around by bike. With the 27 miles of expanded bikeways that the Northwest Community Transportation Network is bringing to our neighborhoods, residents will have even more opportunities to enjoy riding.  With that, we wanted to offer some helpful hints to stay safe, protect your bike, and haveContinue reading “Bike Theft and Safety”

Tennyson Curbside Action Plan

A Curbside Access Plan (CAP) is a comprehensive parking plan that addresses parking concerns voiced by area residents, businesses, and property owners. CAPs are designed to address an area’s changing conditions (e.g., density, redevelopment, etc.) and acknowledge the needs of all user groups. The process utilizes a stakeholder committee to identify specific parking challenges, exploreContinue reading “Tennyson Curbside Action Plan”