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Greenwood Village

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GOVERNMENT

MAYOR RON reports

COUNTDOWN TO 2019

MUNICIPAL ELECTION

The 2019 Greenwood Village Municipal election is fast

approaching. This year’s non-partisan,

Coordinated Mail Ballot Election with

Arapahoe County will be held on Tuesday,

November 5. If you signed up to receive a mail

ballot by the deadline, you should receive your

mail ballot beginning October 14.

As a registered voter of the Village, you will

have the opportunity to

elect a Mayor to serve

a four-year term,

and eight City

Councilmembers

Ron Rakowsky

rrakowsky@ who will serve

greenwoodvillage.com two-year terms.

303-486-5741 There will be a

ballot question on

this year’s ballot. If you have any

questions regarding the Greenwood

Village Municipal Election or your mail ballot, please call the

City Clerk’s Office at 303-486-5752 or stop by City Hall.

You can find the information about this year’s 2019

Municipal Election on pages 7-9 of this Newsletter.

I encourage everyone to vote on November 5.

METRO DISTRICT PARTNERS

CELEBRATE LONGTIME MEMBER

In August, I was privileged to participate in the Greenwood

Metropolitan District Board’s recognition/luncheon of

Chairman Jim Sullivan’s retirement. Chairman Sullivan, a

former Douglas County Commissioner and State

Representative, has been associated with the development of

the Greenwood Plaza office park in the Village since its

inception some 40 years ago.

In Greenwood Village, many types of special districts share

the Village’s task of enhancing quality of life for citizens.

Metropolitan (metro) Districts are quasi-municipal entities

that provide infrastructure, parks, landscaping, and other

quality of life improvements and services people enjoy every

day. The mundane work of maintaining streets, highways,

street lights, medians, traffic signals, landscaping, storm

drainage, and sidewalks are shared between Greenwood

Village and the metro districts. The Village and the metro

districts work closely together in implementing and

maintaining the infrastructure. The metro districts of the

Left to right: Peter Culshaw; Don Siecke, Jim Sullivan, Francis

Nemecek, Marvin Boyd, Ray Bullock, and Bart Brundage with

Mayor Ron Rakowsky in front.

Village, including the Goldsmith Metropolitan District

(Denver Technological Center), Greenwood Metropolitan

District and Greenwood South Metropolitan District

(Greenwood Plaza), have constructed more than $40 million

of streets, traffic signals, street lighting, storm drainage, parks,

landscaping, sidewalks, bikeways, and other facilities since

the 1970s.

Metropolitan districts are a type of special district that can be

established by any group of property owners who coordinate

to tax themselves in order to pay for several different services.

The creation of metropolitan districts are endorsed and/or

initiated by homeowners, the business community, and

developers. For example, a developer buys land for an office

park and forms a metropolitan district to fund and maintain

the streets, parks, and other services supporting the

development. The homeowners, landowners and developers

who benefit from the services pay an additional property tax

to fund the services. Other metro districts include water and

sanitation districts.

GREENWOOD VILLAGE

AWARDED OPEN SPACE GRANT

Thanks to Arapahoe County Government, Colorado Open

Spaces Program for awarding Greenwood Village a $337,500

grant for the Greenwood Gulch Trail Undercrossing at

Orchard Road. We were honored to be presented with the

grant funds by former Mayor of GV and current Arapahoe

County Commissioner Nancy Sharpe.

The undercrossing will benefit residents on both sides of

Orchard Road as well as those who are accessing the

extended trail network to the north and the new Orchard

Road Trail proposed by Centennial. Both Centennial and

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GOVERNMENT

CITY council

NOT SURE WHO YOUR

ELECTED OFFICIALS ARE?

Obtain a list of your state and national government

representatives at www.arapahoevotes.com

DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 2 DISTRICT 3 DISTRICT 4

Dave Bullock

dbullock@

greenwoodvillage.com

303-804-4137

Anne Ingebretsen

aingebretsen@

greenwoodvillage.com

303-804-4135

Steve Moran

smoran@

greenwoodvillage.com

303-804-4133

Judith Hilton

jhilton@

greenwoodvillage.com

303-804-4131

Jerry Presley

jpresley@

greenwoodvillage.com

303-804-4138

Dave Kerber

dkerber@

greenwoodvillage.com

303-804-4136

George Lantz

glantz@

greenwoodvillage.com

303-804-4134

Thomas Dougherty

tdougherty@

greenwoodvillage.com

303-804-4132

South Suburban Parks and Recreation District are

contributing matching funds to the project. The outcome of

the undercrossing will result in an enhanced usability and

safety for all users.

POLICE DEPARTMENT

ACHIEVES ACCREDITATION

FOR EVIDENCE FACILITY

Did you know the Police Department stores thousands of

items of property and evidence at

its Evidence Facility? Every piece of

property has to be properly

marked, recorded and held for a

period of time, depending upon the

case. The Police Department has a

legal obligation to return evidence/

property to its rightful owners or

facilitate the legal disposition of

evidence/property in its possession.

It’s a significant effort for the Police

Department and requires an

efficient system in place to manage

the evidence facility.

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GOVERNMENT

Mayor Ron

continued from page 3

Congratulations to the Police Department for

achieving International Accreditation for the

Police Department’s evidence facility. This

was awarded by the International Association

of Property and Evidence.

This was a two-year project and goal which

resulted in the audit of our Evidence Facility

that validated the department’s processes in

managing the evidence facility that met best

law enforcement practices. The department received high

marks and exceeded all expectations.

RALLY FOR THE CANAL — NEW

PLAN FOR CANAL RELEASED

On September 14, I joined jurisdictional leaders and local

cheerleaders at Rally for the Canal-ly. The event, hosted by

the High Line Canal Conservancy, celebrated the completion

of the Plan for the High Line Canal and marked the season’s

last “Caring for the Canal” cleanup with over 40+ volunteers

participating.

Years in the making, the collaborative Plan for the High Line

Canal lays out clear guidance for repurposing and enhancing

the Canal for generations to come. With the completion of

the Plan and input from over 5,000 community members

and all 11 adjacent jurisdictions, the next stage in the High

Line Canal Conservancy’s work will focus on: Stormwater

management; Landscape management and tree care; Access

and signage; Safety and crossing enhancements; Education

RAMBLE WITH RON —

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23!

HAVE A DONUT WITH THE MAYOR BEFORE HE LEAVES OFFICE

If you have some ideas or

suggestions about living

or working in Greenwood

Village that you would

like to share with Mayor

Ron Rakowsky, you are

invited to stop by City

Hall on Wednesday,

October 23 from 9 to 10

a.m. to meet with the

Mayor. Coffee and donuts

will be provided. If you

are unable to attend, you

can email Mayor Ron at rrakowsky@ greenwoodvillage.com or

call the Mayor’s Office at 303-486-5745.

and stewardship; and Local neighborhood improvements.

The Plan is available to the public by visiting

highlinecanal.org/plan. The Conservancy will host a series of

community forums in the near future to present the Plan and

update constituents on their progress.

BICYCLISTS, EQUESTRIANS

AND PEDESTRIANS

ETIQUETTE FOR SAFETY

Many trails in Greenwood Village are multi-use to

accommodate bicyclists and pedestrians and even equestrians

in specified areas of the Village. I know when I walk the trails

it is more fun to walk side-by-side to talk with your walking

buddy than to walk single file; however, please be aware that

taking up the whole trail makes it difficult for bicyclists and

equestrians to pass safely. Stay to the right and close to your

walking partners. If you are a bicyclist, please be courteous to

other users, keep right when possible, and verbally alert

others when you are approaching to pass. The speed limit on

Village trails is a maximum of 15 mph depending on

conditions. Lastly, equestrians should always be aware of trail

users to ensure your horse is under control. Keep in mind

that many people are not familiar with horses and do not

understand that objects such as bikes and runners coming up

behind can scare your horse. GV

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VILLAGE CALENDAR

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GOVERNMENT

Greenwood Village

Don’t have Comcast cable?

You can watch GVTV 8 programs on the

Village Website at greenwoodvillage.com

or on The City of Greenwood

Village Channel on YouTube.

AVAILABLE ON COMCAST CABLE IN GREENWOOD VILLAGE, GVTV CHANNEL 8 IS AVAILABLE 24 HOURS A DAY,

SEVEN DAYS A WEEK PROVIDING PROGRAMMING REGARDING IMPORTANT LOCAL, STATE AND NATIONAL TOPICS.

NEW IN OCTOBER!

VILLAGE SHOWCASE — A special tribute to

Mayor Ron Rakowsky and his service to the

Greenwood Village community.

SAFETY MATTERS WITH

PUBLIC SAFETY BROS —

The dynamic duo is back and ready to share

some pertinent back to school safety tips to keep

your children safe.

GV KIDS, INK! ® NEWS —

FALLOWEEN & FALL FEST

Fall is here and so are two events that officially

kicked-off the season in Greenwood Village.

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GOVERNMENT

BALLOT QUESTION APPROVED

FOR NOVEMBER 5, 2019

MUNICIPAL ELECTION

VOTERS WILL DETERMINE WHETHER TO

“OPT OUT” AND ALLOW THE VILLAGE TO

PROVIDE (DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY)

ADVANCED TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES

At the August 5 City Council meeting, the City Council

unanimously approved a resolution submitting to a vote of

the registered electors of the Village an “opt out” question on

the ballot of whether the City of Greenwood Village should

be allowed to provide advanced telecommunication services,

directly or indirectly, currently prohibited by Title 29, Article

27 of the Colorado Revised Statutes, also known as Colorado

Senate Bill 05-152 (SB 05-152).

WHAT IS COLORADO SENATE BILL 05-152?

Colorado Senate Bill 05-152 is a measure passed by the

Colorado Legislature in 2005. The current law limits the

ability of Colorado cities and counties to provide

telecommunication services such as broadband internet

service, as well as the ability to partner with private

businesses and leverage government infrastructure to provide

telecommunication service. SB 05-152 requires local

governments to secure voter approval before entering into

broadband partnerships or business.

To date, over 100 local governments in Colorado have opted

out from the SB 05-152 provisions.

VILLAGE BALLOT QUESTION:

Shall the City of Greenwood Village, without increasing

taxes, be authorized to provide all services and facilities

restricted since 2005 by Title 29, Article 27 of the Colorado

Revised Statutes, described as “advanced services,”

“telecommunication services,” and “cable television” services,”

including improved high speed bandwidth services based on

new technologies, either directly or indirectly with public or

private sector partners, including utilizing existing or new

community owned infrastructure, to potential subscribers

that may include telecommunications service providers,

residential, or commercial users within the boundaries of

Greenwood Village?

Yes

No

WHAT WOULD PASSAGE ALLOW THE

VILLAGE TO DO THAT IT CANNOT DO NOW?

• Allow Greenwood Village to explore options to improve

broadband services;

• Allow Greenwood Village to establish public/private

partnerships to enhance broadband connectivity;

• Allows Greenwood Village to lease, sell capacity in, or

grant rights to a provider to use local government facilities

for the delivery of broadband services:

• Allows Greenwood Village the ability, if it chooses, to

build its own broadband network and services.

WHAT IF IT DOESN’T PASS?

If the ballot question doesn’t pass, Greenwood Village will

not partner with any telecommunication services providers

and cannot provide or enhance telecommunication services

directly or indirectly.

For more information on the 2019 Greenwood Village

Municipal Election, please call the City Clerk’s Office at

303-804-4113. GV

Ballot Track is a free service for Arapahoe County voters that

can send you notifications by text message, phone call or email

when your ballot has been sent and

received by your Elections Division.

If you prefer not to receive messages,

you can log in to Ballot Track during

any election to check the status of your ballot.

Sign up for a free account today at

https://arapahoe.ballottrax.net/voter/login#/

Why Use Ballot Track? All active registered voters in Colorado

will now receive a mail ballot in every election. You can return

your ballot by mail, or deliver it to one of our convenient dropoff

locations in Arapahoe County. No matter how you return

your ballot, Ballot Track will let you know when it has been

mailed to you and safely received for counting!

How does Ballot Track know where my ballot is? Your ballot

envelope is printed with unique bar codes, which are scanned

when the ballot is mailed to you by the U.S. Postal Service,

picked up by your mail carrier, and received by our Elections

Facility in Littleton. These intelligent bar codes allow us to

securely track your ballot each step of the way.

How and when will Ballot Track notify me? If you sign up to

receive a phone call, SMS text message or email, you will

receive automated messages when your ballot is mailed to you,

received by the Postal Service, and received by Arapahoe

County Elections. You also would receive a message if your

ballot is returned as undeliverable, or cannot be processed for

some reason that requires your attention.

If you prefer not to receive messages, you can log in to Ballot

Track during any election to check the status of your ballot.

Is there a cost? Ballot Track is free for Arapahoe County voters!

There’s no cost for your account or messages. However your

phone carrier’s standard text message or voice rates may apply.

How do I manage my account? Simply log in to Ballot Track at

any time to change your preferences, turn off notifications or

check the status of your ballot.

For more information, please contact Arapahoe County

Elections at 303-795-4511.

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GOVERNMENT

GREENWOOD VILLAGE

2019 MUNICIPAL election

ELECTION DAY — NOVEMBER 5, 2019

This year, the City Council designated the Village Municipal

Election to be a coordinated election with Arapahoe County.

This means voters will see the Greenwood Village list of

candidates for Council and Mayor on the ballot along with

School District Candidates, a Village Ballot Question (details

appear on Page 7 of this Newsletter) and State Questions.

Arapahoe County is conducting the November 5, 2019

Coordinated Election as a Mail Ballot Election. Greenwood

Village elections are non-partisan.

To vote in the November Election, you must be registered to

vote. The following requirements must be met to register to vote:

• be a United States Citizen,

• be 18 years of age by Election Day

If you have moved, you can update your voter information

with a Voter Registration form. Voter Registration forms are

available from the City Clerk’s office or the Village’s website

at www.greenwoodvillage.com.

VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINES

You may register to vote at any time in Colorado, but if you

wish to vote in an upcoming election, you must register by

one of the following deadlines:

• 22 Days before Election Day if you register to vote

through a voter registration drive or a Voter Registration

Agency

• 8 Days before Election Day if you register to vote by mail

or online through www.govotecolorado.com and wish to

receive a ballot by mail

• By 7 p.m. on Election Day, visit one of the Voter Service

and Polling Centers in your county to register to vote inperson

and request a ballot.

Registering for the first time in Colorado

• A citizen of the United States

• A resident of Colorado for 22 days prior to the election

• At least 16 years old, with the understanding that you

must be at least 18 years of age to be eligible to vote

• Provide a valid Colorado Driver’s License or Colorado ID

card or present one of the acceptable forms of

identification for voting

Accepted Forms of Identification

Identification is required to vote at all polling locations. First

time voters voting by mail may need to submit identification.

Acceptable ID forms are:

• Valid Colorado driver’s license

• Valid Colorado identification card

• Valid U.S. passport

• Employee ID card from a government agency with photo

• Valid U.S. military card

• Copy of current utility bill showing address

• Government paycheck or document with name and

current address

• FAA photo pilot’s license

• Certified naturalization document

• Valid Medicare or Medicaid card

• Certified copy of birth certificate

• Valid student ID card with photo

• Valid veteran’s ID card

• Valid ID card from a recognized tribal government

CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES

There are 12 official candidates to fill nine seats on

Greenwood Village City Council in the November 5, 2019

Election. The elected Mayor will serve a four-year term and

City Council members will each serve a two-year term.

The candidates, in the order in which they will be listed on

the ballot, are shown at right on Page 9.

Mayor Ron Rakowsky

Mayor Rakowsky is term limited

and will depart from elected service

when the newly elected Mayor takes

office.

MAIL BALLOTS

Ballots will be mailed beginning

October 14 to active registered

voters who live in Greenwood

Village. If you have not received a

ballot by October 28, please call

Arapahoe County Elections at 303-795-4511 to update your

registration and request one be mailed to you. Ballots will

not be mailed after October 28. Ballots are not forwarded by

the U.S. Postal Service.

ABSENTEE MAIL BALLOTS

If you will be out of town and unable to receive your ballot

at your registered address you may change your address by

completing the “Change in Voter Registration Information”

form from Arapahoe County. The form is online at

www.arapahoevotes.com or you may vote early at a

Voter Service and Polling Center beginning October 28,

2019.

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GOVERNMENT

VOTER SERVICE AND POLLING CENTERS

Voter Service and Polling Centers will open eight days

(October 28, 2019) prior to and including Election Day,

except for Sunday November 3, 2019. Voters will be able to

drop off their mail ballots, register to vote or cast their vote

in person at a Voter Service and Polling Center. Greenwood

Village City Hall has a 24 hour/7 day drop off box in the

east parking lot to accept mail ballots.

For additional information regarding candidates or the

Village’s Regular Municipal Election, please call the Election

line at 303-804-4113. GV

GREENWOOD VILLAGE CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES

MAYORAL

CANDIDATE

DISTRICT 1 CANDIDATES

DISTRICT 3 CANDIDATES

George Lantz

Jerry Presley

Dave Bullock

Libby Barnacle

Brian Strandes

DISTRICT 2 CANDIDATES

Donna Johnston

Mark Wilson

Jill Burbary

Dave Kerber

Anne Ingebretsen

DISTRICT 4 CANDIDATES

24-Hour Ballot Box

In collaboration with Arapahoe County, the City of Greenwood Village has

made available a drive-up 24-hour ballot box. This 24-hour ballot box will

better serve the Village’s voter’s access to drop-off their ballots during our

Elections. The ballot box will be monitored by video security surveillance

recording system; and is located at Greenwood Village City Hall near the

east end of the main parking lot located at 6060 S. Quebec St., Greenwood

Village, Colorado 80111. There will be no ballot box inside City Hall to

accept ballots.

Arapahoe County has twenty-six (26) of these ballot boxes which help make

casting a ballot available around the clock. To view a list of locations, visit

https://www.arapahoevotes.com/ballot-drop-locations.

Thomas J. Dougherty

Judith M. Hilton

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GOVERNMENT

ENHANCING OUR

community

2019 PAVEMENT

MANAGEMENT

PROGRAM

IMPROVES

ROADWAYS

In 2019 The Village’s Annual Pavement

Management Program extended the life

of approximately 19 of the Village’s total

224 roadway network lane miles. The

maintenance strategies consisted of

preservation treatments including

rejuvenator seal and cape seals as well as

rehabilitation treatments like hot mix

structural overlays. Work began in April

and will continue through October.

To achieve the outcomes of the

Pavement Management Program a

variety of maintenance strategies are

applied to sustain a high-quality

pavement network throughout the

Village that results in safe, smooth, and

visually appealing roadways. The specific

strategy selected for each street is

determined based on several factors

including: traffic volumes; the remaining

structural life of the pavement; and types

and severity of the distresses present. The

goal is to apply the right treatment, to

the right road at the right time.

Preservation treatments are cost effective

surface treatments that are placed on a

roadway surface early in its life cycle.

The goal of a preservation treatment is

to protect the asphalt surface from

oxidation caused by air, sun and water.

Oxidation leads to the pavement

becoming less flexible, which in turn

leads to cracking and degradation of the

asphalt surface. By applying a

preservation treatment early, the life of a

roadway is extended, and future

rehabilitation costs are minimized.

Preservation treatments were applied to

11.7 lane miles of roadway in 2019.

Rejuvinator Seal being applied

A cape seal was applied to the

Timberline Orchard subdivision off of

Dayton Street. This two-layer system is

performed on streets that are still in

relatively good condition. The treatment

provides a long lasting, asphalt rich seal

that results in a smooth final surface.

Ahead of the cape seal application, crack

sealing and minor patching is performed

to repair and seal these localized areas.

In the Dayton Farms, Greenwood

Gardens, Big Canon, Greenwood Acres

and Orchard Hills residential

subdivisions a rejuvenator seal was

applied. This application serves to renew

the asphalt binder on the surface of the

pavement, thus deterring oxidation and

cracking. This treatment was also

applied on Holly Street.

Asphalt overlay in The Preserve

Rejuvinator Seal after curing

Pavement rehabilitation is a more robust

maintenance strategy which consists of

major asphalt patching of structural

deficiencies, followed by removal and

replacement of the top few inches of the

roadway surface. This treatment is also

known as a mill and overlay.

Rehabilitation is performed later in the

life cycle of a roadway. Streets that

received a mill and overlay in 2019

include Syracuse Street (north of

Arapahoe Road), Willow Way (Orchard

Road to Fair Avenue), Boston Street

(south of Belleview Avenue), Prentice

Avenue (east of Monaco) as well as the

residential subdivisions of Preserve filing

3 and Greenwood Pines, comprising a

total of 7.6 lane miles.

Two innovative repair methods were

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GOVERNMENT

Sawcut Reservoir for

Post Overlay Control Joint

Completed Post Overlay

Control Joint

Concrete Interlayer being placed at Syracuse-Arapahoe

employed as part of the rehabilitation program this year.

They include a concrete interlayer at the intersection of

Syracuse and Arapahoe, which is designed to prevent rutting

of the asphalt, as well as the use of post-overlay control joints

in the Preserve 3 subdivision and on Boston Street. The postoverlay

control joints allow the asphalt to shrink or retract as

it ages without forming random cracks across the pavement.

Each of these innovations have proven to extend the life and

performance of the pavement.

For more information, please contact John Wannigman,

Sr. Project Manager, at 303-708-6139 or e-mail

jwannigman@greenwoodvillage.com. GV

GREENWOOD VILLAGE PUBLIC ART LOCATION

AND GUIDE MAP AVAILABLE ONLINE

Interested in learning about public art in Greenwood Village? As part of our goal to provide online opportunities for citizens to

stay in informed, a new public art location and guide map is now available at the Village Website at greenwoodvillage.com. The

Public Art Location and Guide Map offers users a self-guided tour of art at each specific site. Users can simply click on the photo

of the art collection and be given a description and directed to the location of the art in the Village.

For more

information,

please call

Chris Stevens,

Cultural Arts

Manager, at

303-797-1779

or email

cstevens@

greenwood

village.com.

Printed copies

of the Public

Art Guide are

available at

Greenwood

Village City

Hall, 6060

South Quebec

Street, or the

Curtis Center

for the Arts,

2349 East

Orchard

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GOVERNMENT

ENHANCING OUR

community

SMALL CELL WIRELESS

FACILITIES COMING TO

GREENWOOD VILLAGE

WHAT RESIDENTS NEED TO KNOW

Greenwood Village has received multiple requests from

wireless carrier companies to install “Small Cell” technology

in the public right-of-way. The construction and installation

of wireless facilities has initiated a variety of questions raised

by citizens. In the September issue of the Greenwood Village

Newsletter, we provided some frequently asked questions to

help you gain a better understanding of this technology and

the Village’s ability to regulate its placement in the

community.

This month, we are going to highlight the Small Cell

Infrastructure Design Guidelines adopted by the City

Council.

SMALL CELL INFRASTRUCTURE

AND HEALTH AND

SAFETY CONCERNS

According to the Federal Communications Commission, there is

no conclusive evidence that cell phone towers pose any danger

to public health. Unfortunately, state and local governments are

prohibited by federal law from basing any telecommunication

decisions on radio frequency emissions. The Federal

Communications Commission has been given sole authority for

regulating in this area. The most the Village can and do ask of

carriers is that they certify that they comply with FCC federal

safety standards.

The Village is part of an organization (Colorado

Communications Utility Alliance) that advocates updating safety

standards for RF emissions. To date however, the FCC has not

come out with any regulations specific to 5G. To the extent that

you would like to see greater local and/or state control over

radio frequency emissions and/or urge the FCC to update its

safety standards, we recommend you contact your

Congressional representatives.

To learn more about public health in relation to radio frequency

(RF) radiation, please visit the Federal Communications

Commission at fcc.gov or the Occupational Safety and Health

Administration at osha.gov.

FAQs

WHAT ARE SMALL CELL WIRELESS FACILITIES?

Small Cell facilities are low-powered antennas that provide

cellular and data coverage to smaller geographic areas,

supplementing the larger cellular network and improving

service for wireless customers. Small Cell equipment typically

will initially meet current 4G (LTE) voice and data demands

but is rapidly evolving to provide future 5G higher speed

data services as technology changes.

WHERE WILL SMALL CELL

WIRELESS FACILITIES BE LOCATED?

Generally, wireless companies install Small Cell wireless

facilities in the public right-of way on existing structures such

as utility and light poles or install new free-standing poles.

Typically, it is not feasible for carriers to request a location on

private property as this requires agreements with individual

property owners and consistency with the intent and

character of the established zoning for the neighborhood.

CAN GREENWOOD VILLAGE JUST SAY NO

TO THE INSTALLATION OF SMALL CELL

FACILITIES IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY?

Federal and State law prohibits municipalities from denying

or preventing the installation of Small Cell infrastructure in

the public right-of-way and requires treatment of the

equipment in the same manner as other permitted

infrastructure/utilities. However, Greenwood Village

maintains authority to regulate Small Cell equipment based

on design and appearance standards.

DOES THIS MEAN A SMALL CELL FACILITY CAN

BE PLACED ADJACENT TO MY PROPERTY?

Yes, if there is adequate right-of-way and the facility meets

the Village Code and Small Cell Design Guidelines. The

Village expects that most interest at this time will be focused

in the commercial areas to address the demands on the

networks; however, facilities may be placed in residential

areas to improve service coverage and capacity, as deemed

necessary by the wireless carrier companies. To review the

Village Small Cell Infrastructure Design Guidelines, please

visit greenwoodvillage.com.

WHAT IS THE VILLAGE’S ROLE AND PROCESS

WITH SMALL CELL APPLICATIONS?

The Village’s Community Development Department will

review all new wireless communications applications in the

public right-of-way in conjunction with the Greenwood

Village Small Cell Design Guidelines, and Municipal Code,

developed in accordance with Federal and State law. Federal

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GOVERNMENT

law mandates the Village grant permits within established

“shot clock” timeframes, which vary depending on the type

of facility.

HOW WILL I BE NOTIFIED OF ANY SMALL CELL

APPLICATIONS IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD?

All new applications for Small Cell wireless facilities will be

reviewed and approved administratively, if the applications

meet the Village Code and Small Cell Design Guidelines.

However, when a new facility is proposed adjacent to a

residential area, a courtesy notification will be provided to

the adjacent properties with resources for obtaining

additional information on the application. The notice

may come from the Village or from the wireless carrier

company directly, with contact information for questions

on the specific facility proposed.

HOW CAN I ACCESS INFORMATION

ON CURRENT SMALL CELL APPLICATIONS

IN THE VILLAGE?

The Community Development Department will be

launching a new Small Cell Facility Map that will be

accessible online at greenwoodvillage.com (see sample

above). The Small Cell Facility Map will include both

proposed and approved Small Cell applications for facilities

in the public right-of-way and will be accompanied by

additional information and resources. You can also call

contact the Community Development Department at

303-486-5783 or comdev@greenwoodvillage.com with any

questions.

SMALL CELL INFRASTRUCTURE DESIGN GUIDELINES

The Village developed Small Cell

Design Guidelines to regulate the

appearance of the facilities, while

balancing the need for reliable

telecommunication services and

preserving the quality and character of

Greenwood Village. This includes

standardized pole design elements,

colors, and heights to blend with the

existing infrastructure in the publicright-of

way and focus on replacing

existing vertical infrastructure (e.g.

street lights) with a pole that functions

as a street light and Small Cell facility;

and limiting pole heights to match

existing street lighting and other poles

in the public right-of-way.

AESTHETIC STRATEGY

Principles Related To

Vertical Infrastructure

• Utilize existing vertical infrastructure

locations with new structures capable

of concealing the wireless facility.

• Place facilities to minimize visibility

from residential homes.

• Make sure the new facility is

complementary to the character of

the surroundings and provide

additional capability beyond wireless

service.

Preference For Traffic Signals

• We want to encourage the use of

traffic signals as small cell sites.

• When using a traffic signal, we prefer

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GOVERNMENT

SMALL CELL INFRASTRUCTURE DESIGN GUIDELINES

continued from page 13

the equipment be in the vertical

portion to preserve views.

Concealment And Shrouding

• All facilities, new or replacement ,

should conceal all related wireless

equipment within the pole, or must

be buried below grade in vaults.

• Panel/prismatic antennas whose

proper function prevents them from

being fully enclosed within an

enclosure shall be considered

enclosed if their installation is

substantially within the pole

boundary.

• No above-ground ancillary facilities

such as pedestals and cabinets

separate from the pole will be

allowed.

• No secondary attachments unrelated

to Xcel power metering and

distribution are allowed

Elements Of Design

• The color standard is brown for

commercial areas, green for

residential areas, and silver at

The Landmark.

• The standard pole shape throughout

Greenwood Village is round.

INSTALLATIONS

The Village has identified three (3)

An example of an approvable small cell

co-location with lighting structure in the

City within a commercial area.

Acceptable streetlight assembly.

different types of small cell

installations permitted within the City.

These types include: (1) replacement

of existing traffic signals; (2) new

multi-purpose streetlights; and (3) new

freestanding poles. Regardless of the

type of installation, all small cell

installations within the Village shall be

fully concealed, either within the pole

for above ground installation, or in

Photo simulation of combination small

cell installation and decorative streetlight

at a residential entrance. The structure

features a functioning decorative

luminaire, a tapered and fluted upper

pole, decorative transitions between the

different pole elements.

Example

of poor

co-location

planning.

In this

example,

the small

cell facility

is nearly on

top of an

adjacent

lighting

structure.

GV prefers

these

technologies

co-locate on

a common

pole.

vaults for below ground installations.

Secondary attachments are not

permitted. The guidelines also require

co-locating equipment and carriers

onto existing infrastructure when

feasible to minimize congestion of the

public right-of-way.

POLE TYPES

In commercial areas, the Village

requires round, full concealment poles

that serve both as streetlights and small

cell installations. Within residential

areas, the Village requires a pole

concealment system.

HEIGHT LIMITATIONS

Small cell facilities will be 30 feet in

residential areas and 40 feet in

commercial areas.

PLACEMENT

• In a manner that does not impede,

obstruct, or hinder pedestrian or

vehicular travel.

• So as not to be located along the

frontage of a Historic building,

deemed historic on a federal, state, or

local level.

• So as not to significantly create a

new obstruction to property sight

lines.

• At the intersection of property lines,

or along secondary property street

facing.

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GOVERNMENT

• Within the street amenity zone whenever possible.

• In alignment with existing trees, utility poles, and

streetlights.

• Equal distance between trees when possible, with a

minimum of 15 feet separation such that no proposed

disturbance shall occur within the critical root zone of any

tree.

• With appropriate clearance from existing utilities.

• Outside of the 30-foot clear sight triangle at intersection

corners.

• AASHTO site triangle is maintained at intersections or

driveways.

• 10 feet away from the triangle extension of a driveway

flare.

• No closer than 600 feet away, radially, from any other

vertical infrastructure to include streetlights and traffic

signals, unless replacing existing vertical infrastructure

within 600 feet.

To review the Village Small Cell Infrastructure Design

Guidelines, please visit greenwoodvillage.com. GV

Existing traffic signals and their locations provide the

opportunity for collocation on existing City infrastructure

without compromising community goals.

Preferred residential traffic signal small cell configuration. The

pole diameter is uniform from top to bottom. The light arm

above the main traffic mast arm assures the cantenna section

maintains geometric balance with the rest of the pole.

OCTOBER 2019 | GV NEWSLETTER PG. 15


BUSINESS

BUSINESSspotlight

WINE AND DESIGN

The Orchards Shopping Center • 5942 South Holly Street • 720-242-8947 • greenwoodvillage.co@wineanddesign.com

Monday-Saturday 11 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sunday 1-5 p.m. • www.wineanddesign.com/locations/greenwoodvillageco

Where does one go when creative inspiration strikes and

thoughts of tasty libations AND good times come to mind?

The answer can now be found at a comfortable destination,

conveniently located in the heart of Greenwood Village called

Wine and Design. This newly renovated art studio is nestled

in The Orchards shopping center and is not your average

open floor “Paint and Sip” location. Modern aesthetic,

tasteful decoration and great attention to detail went into

completing the overall look and feel of the space and the new

owners are ready for business.

Greenwood Village residents, Erica and Charles McKiever,

are excited to share their vision of how a franchise model can

be elevated to fit the community they live in and raise their

family. They have decided to combine their individual work

experience and backgrounds in art therapy and business and

bring Colorado’s first Wine and Design location to the city

they call home. The focus of the venture was to create a

unique and welcoming environment, where fun experiences

and lasting memories can literally be made for all who walk

through the doors.

Opening Colorado’s very first Wine and Design franchise

location added to the pressures of starting a new business,

but the McKievers are confident their efforts will offer the

best value and deliver the highest quality experience. There

are a wide range of options for both private and public

sessions and parties available to choose from 7 days a week.

Most of the painting classes are held during the evening and

over the weekend, but afternoon hours will be offered as well.

Daytime classes will sometimes include “Open Paint”

opportunities for customers to come in and paint without

instruction and “Art Buzz Kids” camps will be offered during

school or summer breaks. The art studio is an ideal setting

for private parties, date nights, family outings and

celebrations or special events of any occasion.

Wine and Design provides all the painting supplies along

with instruction and guidance by local artists during each

class and session. There is a stocked bar serving beer and

wine as well as non-alcoholic beverages to get the creative

juices flowing. The owners have also expanded the business

outside the franchise model of painting to include the option

of working with pottery. A ceramics room located in the back

of the studio is home to a brand-new kiln with the ability to

fire painted pieces in-house. This interesting feature and

addition to the business truly distinguishes the Greenwood

Village location from all other “paint and sip” concepts

around town.

One of the most attractive features of Wine and Design is the

ability to get groups together in a flexible manner and

customize the programs or classes around the party or client.

This allows the customer to provide input, ideas and

direction with each desired celebration or experience. Erica is

a big believer and advocate for the positive benefits that

painting and creating art can provide, she feels that these

benefits can reach a very broad audience and leave lasting

impressions. Companies and businesses can now take

advantage of this creative outlet as a way to bring a team

together and strengthen bonds outside of the traditional

office setting. The group setting in the art studio has the

potential to promote dialogue and possibly generate new

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BUSINESS

NEW GV BUSINESSES

ACCOUNTING

Arbitrage Compliance

Specialists, Inc.

6041 South Syracuse Way,

Suite 310

303-756-5100

COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT

Pride Centric Resources, LLC

6061 South Willow Drive, Suite 200

303-801-0624

CONSTRUCTION

Taylor Morrison of Colorado

6455 South Yosemite Street,

Suite 1000

303-798-3500

DRY CLEANERS

The Cleaners

5910 South University Boulevard,

Suite A-3

720-504-8777

FITNESS STUDIO

Row House Greenwood Village

7600 Landmark Way, Suite B-201

720-640-2233

HEALTH AND BEAUTY

Konnekt with Audrey

@ Lavender Salon

9251 East Peakview Avenue

720-277-7791

The Fountain of Youth, LLC

8390 East Crescent Parkway,

Suite 410

303-779-8888

LEGAL SERVICES

Hardin, Waldrip & Davis, PLLC

5600 South Quebec Street,

Suite 148-B

303-741-4949

business spotlight

MEDICAL OFFICES

Quest Diagnostic

8200 East Belleview Avenue,

Suite 202-C

303-694-5757

MORTGAGE LENDING

Provident Funding Associates

8400 East Prentice Avenue, Suite 840

650-652-1300

REAL ESTATE

Legacy Transitions, LLC

8400 East Prentice Avenue, Suite 1300

720-214-3159

RESTAURANT

Glazed and Confuzed Donuts

4660 South Yosemite Street

720-519-0349

Land Mark Café

5500 South Quebec Street

720-365-9300

RETAIL

minuteKey Located in King Soopers

4910 South Yosemite Street

303-568-9570

minuteKey Located in King Soopers

6000 South Holly Street

303-568-9570

ROOFING

Modern Roofing, LLC

5460 South Quebec Street, Suite

110

303-549-4993

BUSINESSES

UNDER

NEW MANAGEMENT

GROCERY

7 Star Food Mart

4690 South Yosemite Street

720-323-2235

INVESTMENT SERVICES

Goldberg Zessin Investments LLC

5650 Greenwood Plaza Boulevard,

Suite 140

303-689-9378

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

The Cumber Group

9251 East Peakview Avenue

303-771-1222

REAL ESTATE

Team Liberty, LLC

8480 East Orchard Road, Suite 1100

303-779-7979

continued from page 16

ideas through collaboration. Erica explains, “I have always

had an interest in the team building aspect of the work

environment and how it can help improve relationships and

productivity.”

Providing the space and tools for people of all ages and walks

of life to come together and produce art is an important and

rewarding aspect of business for the owners. Erica and

Charles have gone to great lengths to piece together a truly

unique space and creative environment for all to enjoy. The

art studio’s layout has a flexible quality which helps provide

options for teaching demonstrations and various seating

arrangements. The studio floor is open allowing for larger

groups to paint and create while a smaller corner in the back

is available that can be screened off with frosted-glass pocket

doors. This cozy area provides privacy and seclusion for those

seeking a more intimate setting. The multi-functional

component and creative use of space further exemplifies why

the new location stands out amongst all others. Wine and

Design has everything covered for those looking for a great

experience and is now a premier destination for art and

entertainment in Greenwood Village.

For more information about Wine and Design, please visit

www.wineanddesign.com/locations/greenwoodvillageco or

contact them by phone at 720-242-8947 or send a message

to greenwoodvillage.co@ wineanddesign.com. The business

is located at 5942 South Holly Street and open Monday

through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday 1 to

5 p.m. Studio and office hours can vary depending on class

times and private event scheduling. Head on over to Wine

and Design to get your Art Buzz on! GV

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GENERAL INTEREST

LEAF

REMOVAL

OPTIONS

As we enter into the fall

season, keeping

Greenwood Village clean

will continue to be a

priority. To assist with

these activities, we ask

that you do not place

loose leaves or yard debris

in the street as our sweepers are not equipped to pick up

large piles of leaves. Moreover, this debris can be wind blown

or inappropriately washed into the storm systems and

waterways of the Village. Instead, please look to other

options to dispose of this debris.

• Arrange for your lawn care provider to remove the leaves

when performing your yard service.

• Bag your leaves in compostable paper yard waste bags and

place them out with your weekly trash pick up. These

bags of leaves will end up in the landfill and paper is

preferred over plastic which will never break down and is

bad for the environment no matter what its destination.

10/1/19 – 10/31/19

• Republic Services has no limit as to how many bags of

leaves they will pick up, however, keep in mind if some

bags are left at the curb they will be returning once they

have unloaded their truck.

• Ace Hardware Cherry Hills Marketplace at University

Boulevard and Orchard Road has teamed up with the

City of Greenwood Village to provide residents with

FREE compostable paper yard waste bags. Use the

provided coupon or visit www.acelittletoncherryhills.com

to download your free coupon. Each resident will be

eligible for a free 5-pack, while supplies last during the

month of October. For more information, please contact

Ace Hardware Cherry Hills Marketplace at

5910 S. University, Suite A-17

Greenwood Village, 720-974-1080.

• Recycle your leaves at Village Greens

Park. Leaves can be dropped off loose

or in bags between October 12 and

December 1, 2019, in the dedicated

area of the north parking lot any day

of the week. This option is environmentally

friendly with staff spreading

and disking into the soil where native

grass cannot be established adding

nutrients, helping with moisture and

also providing a place for soil bore

microorganisms to live. It does not

impact the landfill and it is cost

effective. No bags are required and you

do not have to wait until your trash

day to dispose of them.

For more information, please contact

Public Works at 303-708-6100. GV

WHY CAN’T I SWEEP MY LEAVES OR GRASS CLIPPINGS INTO THE STREET?

Do not rake or blow leaves, grass or other trash into the street.

The street sweeping equipment is not able to handle branches or

large quantities of leaves and grass and can spread these materials

around the street. Leaves and grass are “natural” but when it rains,

these materials on streets and sidewalks can wash into storm

drains and eventually lead to Village waterways such as streams

and ponds. These materials over fertilize the water and encourage

harmful aquatic plants and algae to thrive, which has a lasting

negative impact on water quality, local ecology and recreational

use of our waterways and is a form of stormwater pollution. Just

like we would ask you to not throw trash in the street, it is the

same for leaves.

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ARTS AND RECREATION

FALL CONCERT AT CARSON PARK WITH MANNEQUIN THE BAND

Mannequin the Band entertained a small crowd of 100 people on Tuesday, September 24 at Carson Park. The high level energy

of the band did not stop the crowd from dancing the entire concert. It was a gorgeous evening with the pond as a natural

backdrop as the sun began setting toward the latter part of the event. An enjoyable evening at City Hall.

OCTOBER 2019 | GV NEWSLETTER PG. 19


ARTS AND RECREATION

RECREATION programs

Register online at

www.greenwoodvillage.com/rec

FALL YOUTH AND ADULT RECREATION

Greenwood Village’s recreation programs offer a variety of fun experiences for youth, teens and adults. Come play with us!

View our current and upcoming classes by visiting www.greenwoodvillage.com/rec.

For questions regarding any of our programs, feel free to call 303-486-5773.

ADULT COED KICKBALL

TOURNAMENT — KICK OR TREAT

This tournament

consists of pool play

and then a single

elimination

tournament. Prizes for

first place team, best

team costume, best

individual costume

and a home run derby

prize.

Saturday, October 26, 2019

Westlands Park, 5701 South Quebec Street

Ages: Coed (at least 3 women), 18 and over

Time: 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Fee: $50/team (4 game guarantee)

FALL BREAK SPORTS

Join us for a

variety of games

such as soccer, flag

football, dodgeball

and more. A snack

will be provided.

Please bring your

water bottle.

Program is subject

to weather conditions. Weather Line: 303-486-5770.

Silo Park, 9300 East Orchard Road

Days and Dates: Monday-Thursday, October 14-17

Ages: 6-12 years old

Time: 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Fee: $1/day, pay at the park

YOUTH SPIKE BALL

Campus Middle School, 4785 South Dayton Street

Days and Dates:

Monday,

October 21, 28

Ages:

10-13 years old

Time:

6:30-7:30 p.m.

Fee: $10/person

Limit: 40

YOUTH GAME NIGHTS

Campus Middle School, 4785 South Dayton Street

Days and Dates:

Tuesdays,

November 5,

12, 19, 26

Ages:

6-12 years old

Time:

6:30-7:30 p.m.

Fee: $30/person

Limit: 40

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ARTS AND RECREATION

ART

programs

Register online at

www.greenwoodvillage.com/art

For more information call the the Curtis Center for the Arts at 303-797-1779.

ART CLASSES AT THE CURTIS CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Greenwood Village’s cultural arts center offers a variety of art classes for preschoolers, children, teens and adults.

We have something for all ages and all artistic levels. Come and create with us!

View our current and upcoming classes at the Curtis Center for the Arts by going to www.greenwoodvillage.com/art.

For questions or more information about art classes at the Curtis Center call 303-797-1779.

YOUTH AND TEEN ART CLASSES

STORYTELLING THROUGH

COMICS: LEVEL UP!

Learn all about comics

and create your own in

this workshop series

provided by Pop Culture

Classroom!

Days and Dates:

Tuesdays, October 29

through November 19

Time: 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.

Fee: $50 —

All supplies provided

Ages: 9 to 14 years old

Presented by: Pop Culture Classroom

SKI BOOTS

Celebrate Colorado and the upcoming

ski season by creating a large ski boot

on wood!

Days and Dates:

Fridays, November 1

through December 6

Time: 4:30 to 6 p.m.

Fee: $50 — All supplies provided

Age Requirement: 9 to 12 years old

Instructor: Maggie Stewart

TEEN ENCAUSTICS

In this class teens will learn many techniques including

ghosting, layering, collage, carving and transferring images.

Days and Dates: Mondays, November 4 through December 2

Time: 4:30 to 6 p.m.

Fee: $75 — All supplies provided

Age Requirement: 12 to 16 years old

Instructor: Maggie Stewart

COLOR PLAY: A MIXED MEDIA

PAINTING CLASS FOR TEENS

This is a five-week, process-oriented class in which

participants are shown drawing, watermedia painting, and

collage techniques, and encouraged to experiment with the

materials and express themselves freely.

Days and Dates: Thursdays, November 7

through December 12

Time: 4:30 to 6 p.m.

Fee: $75 — All supplies provided

Age Requirement: 11 to 16 years old

Instructor: Julia Rymer

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ARTS AND RECREATION

ART

programs

Register online at

www.greenwoodvillage.com/art

For more information call the the Curtis Center for the Arts at 303-797-1779.

ART CLASSES AT THE CURTIS CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Greenwood Village’s cultural arts center offers a variety of art classes for preschoolers, children, teens and adults.

We have something for all ages and all artistic levels. Come and create with us!

View our current and upcoming classes at the Curtis Center for the Arts by going to www.greenwoodvillage.com/art.

For questions or more information about art classes at the Curtis Center call 303-797-1779.

ADULT ART CLASSES

Ages 16 and older with a

10% senior discount

NUNO FELTING

This is a beautiful technique and a

unique way to add color and texture to

your wardrobe or your sewing projects!

Days and Dates: Mondays,

November 4 through December 16

Time: 6:30 to 9 p.m.

Fee: $100 — All supplies provided

Instructor: Maggie Stewart

COFFEE & CANVAS:

MIXED MEDIA TREE

In this one-day workshop we’ll be

painting in vibrant acrylic colors to

create a lively underpainting and then

you will form your tree image and

negatively paint leaves.

Day and Date: Saturday, October 19

Time: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Fee: $75 — All supplies, gourmet coffee

and yummy treats provided

Instructor: Renee Reese

COLOR MIXING:

UNLIMITED

POSSIBILITIES WITH

A LIMITED PALETTE

During this one-day workshop Janet

Anderson will share her approach to

color mixing with a limited palette,

and help you discover the exciting

possibilities!

Day and Date: Saturday, November

2

Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Fee: $100

Instructor: Janet Anderson

GELLI & WAX:

THE PERFECT COMBO

This two-day workshop is designed to

encourage artists to work intuitively

with two unique processes — Gelatin

printing and encaustic painting.

Days and Dates: Saturday, October 26

and Sunday, October 27

Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Fee: $200 — All supplies provided

Instructor: Victoria Eubanks

PAINTING BASICS

This class will welcome beginning and

practicing students to explore the

materials and methods of painting the

still life from both observation and

photographic reference.

Days and Dates: Tuesdays,

November 5 through December 17

Time: 6:30 to 9 p.m.

Fee: $120

Instructor: David Lukens

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ARTS AND RECREATION

ABSTRACT

LANDSCAPE PAINTING

In this class students will paint their

own memorable abstract portrayals of

a landscape while meshing animals and

forms of nature into their own

distinctive work of art.

Days and Dates: Thursdays,

November 7 through December 12

Time: 6:30 to 9 p.m.

Fee: $100

Instructor: Christian Dore

MIXED MEDIA SCULPTURE

Spend the day creating your own

character sculpture out of a wire form

and adding a variety of materials to

make your character unique.

Day and Date: Saturday, November 9

Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Fee: $120 — All supplies provided

Instructor: Maggie Stewart

FIGURE DRAWING

Learn how to draw the human figure

from a live model using various

techniques and artistic approaches.

Days and Dates: Tuesdays, November

12 through December 17

Time: 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Fee: $100

Instructor: Michael Dowling

EXPANDING YOUR

WATERMEDIA PRACTICE

Go beyond the basics of acrylics and

learn watercolor, gouache (opaque

watercolor) and expanded acrylic

techniques.

Days and Dates: Tuesdays, November

12 through December 17

Time: 1 to 4 p.m.

Fee: $100

Instructor: Julia Rymer

EXPLORING OIL PAINTING

Whether you’re a beginner, a little

rusty or a seasoned painter this

ongoing class will help you paint a

variety of subjects.

Days and Dates: Wednesdays,

November 13 through December 18

Time: 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Fee: $100

Instructor: Aimee Deneweth

DRAWING AND

SKETCHING

Begin or develop your drawing skills

through learning proper techniques.

Days and Dates: Wednesdays,

November 13 through December 18

Time: 1 to 4 p.m.

Fee: $100

Instructor: Rick Brogan

CASUAL WATERCOLOR

— SHOW YOUR WORK!

You’ve been exploring watercolor this

year, painting on paper and in

sketchbooks and loving it! This class

will explore paths to getting your

art out there for people to enjoy and

see it.

Days and Date: Thursdays, November

14 through December 19

Time: 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Fee: $100

Instructor: Renee Reese

MASTER STUDIES

This class focuses on the visual

elements of art and will challenge

students to push their artistic skills to

the next level.

Days and Date: Thursdays, November

14 through December 19

Time: 1 to 4 p.m.

Fee: $100

Instructor: Kevin Weckbach

WATERCOLOR

This is class is designed for students

who want to learn the art of watercolor

painting.

Days and Dates: Fridays, November

15 through December 20

Time: 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

and 1 to 4 p.m.

Fee: $100

Instructor: Rick Brogan

COFFEE & CANVAS:

PUMPKINS AND MUMS

MIXED MEDIA

In this fall workshop, students will

learn acrylic painting techniques as

well as collage skills to create a vibrant

Autumn art to freshen up their walls.

Day and Date: Saturday,

November 16

Time: 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Fee: $75 — All supplies, gourmet coffee

and yummy treats provided

Instructor: Renee Reese

ALTERED BOOKS

Create incredible expressive sculptures

out of books! In this workshop we will

deconstruct books and create our own

dimensional art.

Day and Date: Saturday, November

23

Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Fee: $120 — All supplies provided

Instructor: Maggie Stewart

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6060 South Quebec Street

Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111-4591

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ARTS AND RECREATION

ART events

GALLERY HOURS

Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

CURTIS CENTER FOR THE ARTS • 2349 EAST ORCHARD ROAD, GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO 80121 • 303-797-1779

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