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GOVERNMENT

THE MAYOR’S

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STAY INFORMED

There are many ways to understand the

workings of our Village; we welcome you to

take advantage of the following:

Meetings Of City Officials

All meetings involving elected or appointed city

officials are open to the public, see schedule at:

greenwoodvillage.com

Can’t Attend… Listen in live: greenwoodvillage.com

Can’t listen in live..listen in later: Recordings

George Lantz available on: greenwoodvillage.com

glantz@

Public Meetings: City Council Study Sessions,

greenwoodvillage.com

City Council Meetings, Planning and Zoning

303-486-5741

Commission, Board of Adjustment and

Appeals, Parks, Trails and Recreation Commission, and the

Arts and Humanities Council meetings. The website will

allow you to see meeting times, agendas and packets.

Notify Me

Sign up for the Notify Me feature on the Village’s website and

select the information on which you would like to be

notified. The notifications include City Council, Boards,

Commissions, and Neighborhood Meetings, Press Releases,

Building Reports Issued, GV Newsletter, trash and recycling

services, etc. The system will send you an email notification.

GV Newsletter

This informative newsletter is mailed to every Village

household and business. The newsletter contains updates on

projects, developments, business spotlights, services,

recreation programs, and art programs.

Development Meetings

The Village mails meeting notices to neighbors and HOAs

within 1,000 or 2,000-feet radius of new developments. In

addition to information on greenwoodvillage.com.

Social Media

The Village has its own Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin,

NextDoor, Twitter, and YouTube site. Every day, you are able

to see information shared on these sites.

Event Flyers

Community events such as our summer concert series, art shows,

and other special events are mailed to every Village home.

Greenwood Village TV Channel

Village information and videos highlighting events, programs,

and services. Available on Comcast GVTV channel 881 or

on the Village website at greenwoodvillage.com.

Village Voices

greenwoodvillagevoices.com — this is the Village’s

community engagement website where residents are able to

get information and provide online comments for specific

projects as an alternative to attending a public meeting.

WILLIAM MCKINLEY

CARSON PARK

This month, I would like to share some information on

William McKinley Carson Park. This beautiful park is

located just north of City Hall at 6060 South Quebec. This

park was part of a

homestead that bears

its founding family’s

name.

A 1938 advertisement

for “20 acres with

living water and big

trees” persuaded

William McKinley

Carson and his wife

Gladys to move from

their homestead in

Adams County to an

area that would later

become Greenwood

Village. The price of

$339 necessitated the

Carsons’ mortgaging

their truck and some

cattle to buy the farm.

They moved their farmhouse, one board at a time, to the

new farm where they fixed it up with cinder blocks, tar

paper, and windows.

Over the next twenty years the Carsons’ expanded their farm

from 20 acres to 200 acres. During that time, the Village was

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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 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

Libby Barnacle

ebarnacle@

greenwoodvillage.com

303-804-4129

Tom Dougherty

tdougherty@

greenwoodvillage.com

303-804-4132

Jerry Presley

jpresley@

greenwoodvillage.com

303-804-4138

Dave Kerber

dkerber@

greenwoodvillage.com

303-804-4136

Donna Johnston

djohnston@

greenwoodvillage.com

303-804-4128

Judith Hilton

jhilton@

greenwoodvillage.com

303-804-4131

developing around the Carson Farm. William could not raise

dairy cows due to an illness common to cattle, so Gladys

cleaned doctors’ offices for 25 cents an hour to help care for

their family which included four children, two orphans who

were her nephews and two homeless children.

The Carsons’ 200 acres encompassed land near East Orchard

Road and South Quebec Street. The land housed a

farmhouse along with numerous sheds and other buildings

surrounded by native grasses used for grazing cattle and

horses. The property had a meandering creek that ran

straight through clusters of cottonwood, apple, crab apple,

aspens, and elms trees.

In 1970, William passed away leaving Gladys to run the

household and farm. At that time, neighboring communities

were undergoing a rapid transition from unimproved lands to

new office construction. This development was expected to

continue and property values increase so Gladys decided to

rezone her property from agricultural to commercial, a

decision that disturbed some of her neighbors.

In 1980, as the rezoning of her property was in process,

Gladys began looking for prospective buyers and approached a

neighbor’s son, a developer by the name of John Madden,

who was also her confidant. John Madden purchased the 20

acres of land where Harlequin Plaza now stands from Gladys

for $3 million. Gladys continued to live on the remaining

property while the nearby land was developed. Her remaining

property included wetlands and a piece of land in the

floodplain that could not be built upon. On May 21, 1984,

the City Council approved Resolution No. 16 to purchase the

Carson Park land from the John Madden Company.

The former Carson Farm is now William McKinley Carson

Park and attracts a stream of visitors and wildlife every day.

Nestled on 6.29 acres, the park offers a small gazebo with a

picnic table. Other Park amenities include a skate park; pond

with fishing; hike/bike trail; and a boardwalk providing

wildlife viewing of the Greenwood Gulch natural area.

Carson Park is also home to the Mayors’ Memorial Garden, a

place for contemplation, solitude, and remembrance.

continued on page 4

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GOVERNMENT

continued from page 3

FIDELITY INVESTMENTS INVESTS

IN GREENWOOD VILLAGE

Regarding our local economy, we received great news that

Fidelity Investments will be adding 9,000 new jobs across the

United States, of which 500 positions will be added to their

regional office in Greenwood Village. The company plans to

utilize a work strategy that blend both in-person and a

remote working environment for its employees. We welcome

these new employees to Greenwood Village.

GV RECOGNIZED AT SHAREBACK

OPEN SPACE CEREMONY

At their annual Arapahoe County Shareback and Grants

Award ceremony the Arapahoe County Commissioners

awarded Greenwood Village $200,000 through a competitive

grant process for renovation of a segment of the Greenwood

Gulch Trail along East Orchard Drive, and $478,880 in

automatic Shareback funds. The event recognizes projects

that improve local parks, trails and open spaces, positively

impacting the quality of life for Arapahoe County residents.

Attendees are beneficiaries of the County’s Shareback and

Open Spaces Grant Programs that fund recreation and

conservation efforts which are funded by the County’s Open

Space Sales and Use Tax.

GRANGE HALL NOW OPEN

I am pleased to report that Grange Hall is now open in the

Arapahoe Entertainment District (AED). The Grange Hall is

located at 6575 Greenwood Plaza Boulevard the former site

of CB & Potts. Renowned Chef Troy Guard and the TAG

Restaurant Group transformed the nearly 13,000 square feet

building into a community focused food hall to gather, eat

and play with nine food stalls, a large bar, and an in-house

craft micro-brewery, outdoor event space and much more.

The Grange which is the shortened name of the National

Grange of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry still exists

today. In the late 1800s, it served as a nationwide social

group for rural communities as well as a political advocacy

group for agricultural workers. Visit grangehall-colorado.com/

for more information.

— George

GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY

COMMISSION APPOINTMENT

The following resident was appointed by the Greenwood Village City Council to

serve on the Parks, Trails and Recreation Commission:

Lisa Piantanida, District 4

Parks, Trails and

Recreation Commission

Lisa Piantanida is an accomplished

public relations professional with

more than 25 years’ experience with

local, national, and international

media. An innovative communications

strategist and skilled executive coach,

Ms. Piantanida has worked in a

variety of settings including government, corporate,

association, non-profit, and a presidential campaign.

As a former White House appointee and senior

government official, Ms. Piantanida possesses a broad

For more information on how to serve on a

Village board or commission, please call the City

Clerk’s Office at 303-486-5752 or email Susan

Ortiz, City Clerk, at sortiz@greenwoodvillage.com.

spectrum of best practices in strategic communications and messaging.

She has worked extensively on messaging for national rollouts, crisis

management, and grassroots engagement.

Early in her career, Ms. Piantanida served as the Director of Public Affairs

for the National Crime Prevention Council, overseeing the McGruff the Crime

Dog and the Take a Bite out of Crime campaigns. In this role she worked

extensively with local police departments across the country.

A skilled facilitator and presenter, Ms. Piantanida has engaged with groups

ranging in size from five to 5,000. A talented team builder and motivational

speaker, Ms. Piantanida’s favorite team to build and motivate is her husband

Dave and their three children — Bodie, Gates, and Marin.

Lisa attended the University of California at Davis where she earned two

bachelor’s degrees, one in communications and the other in political science.

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VILLAGE CALENDAR

Visit GREENWOODVILLAGE.COM

for information on all public meetings

being conducted in person and

remotely due to COVID-19.

november 2021

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

31 1

2

3 4

5 6

City Council

Study Session

6 p.m.

Meeting

7 p.m.

City Hall

Planning &

Zoning

Commission

6 p.m.

City Hall

★ SINGLE FAMILY HOUSEHOLD RECYCLING ★

7 8 9

10 11 12 13

Parks, Trails

and Recreation

Commission

6 p.m.

Maintenance

Facility

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16

17

18

19 20

City Council

Meeting

6 p.m.

City Hall

Planning &

Zoning

Commission

6 p.m.

City Hall

Arts and

Humanities

Council

Meeting

6 p.m.

Curtis Center

★ SINGLE FAMILY HOUSEHOLD RECYCLING ★

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24 25

26

Parks, Trails

and Recreation

Commission

6 p.m.

Maintenance

Facility

Thanksgiving

Day

Village Facilities

Closed

Thanksgiving

Holiday

Village Facilities

Closed

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28

29 30 1

NO TRASH SERVICE

2

3 4

There will be NO trash service on

Thursday, November 25 —

In observance of Thanksgiving,

normal Thursday service will be on

Friday, November 26 of that week.

★ SINGLE FAMILY HOUSEHOLD RECYCLING ★

OCTOBER 2021 | GV NEWSLETTER PG. 5


GOVERNMENT

GREENWOOD VILLAGE

2021 MUNICIPAL election

ELECTION DAY — NOVEMBER 2, 2021

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 City Council on the ballot along with School

District Candidates, a Village Ballot Question, and County

Questions. Arapahoe County is conducting the November 2,

2021 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

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• 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 15 official candidates to fill eight seats in the

November 2, 2021 Election. Elected 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 7.

The following individuals have chosen to not run for another

term and will depart from elected service when the newly

elected Council takes office.

Jerry Presley

District 1

VILLAGE BALLOT QUESTION

City Council unanimously approved the submission to the

voters a ballot question to consider a change to the City of

Greenwood Village Home Rule Charter. The proposed

change asks voters if the requirement to publish ordinances

in a newspaper be deleted and allow the City Council to

establish the publication requirements for ordinances, by

ordinance, which may include electronic publication.

QUESTION 1

Shall Section 6.04, Procedure of Passage, of the City of

Greenwood Village Home Rule Charter be amended to

delete the reference to legal newspaper and allow City

Council to establish publication requirements by

ordinance, which may include electronic publication?

Yes

No

Tom Dougherty

District 4

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GOVERNMENT

GREENWOOD VILLAGE CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES

DISTRICT 1 CANDIDATES

2021 LIST OF

CANDIDATES

Candidates are in order

of names listed by

position on the

official ballot.

Matthew Schulz Dave Bullock

DISTRICT 2 CANDIDATES

Victoria T. Aguilar

Paul Wiesner

Councilmember

District 1

Mathew Schulz

Dave Bullock

Victoria T. Aguilar

Paul Wiesner

Councilmember

District 2

Anne Ingebretsen

Bob Doyle

Dave Kerber

Anne Ingebretsen Bob Doyle

DISTRICT 3 CANDIDATES

Dave Kerber

Councilmember

District 3

Paul Baumann

Libby Barnacle

Kendall Klapper

Donna Johnston

Councilmember

District 4

Jeff Reiman

Jeff Leitner

Judith M. Hilton

Tom Stahl

Paul Baumann

Libby Barnacle

Kendall Kappler

Donna Johnston

DISTRICT 4 CANDIDATES

Jeff Reiman

Jeff Leitner

Judith M. Hilton

Tom Stahl

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GOVERNMENT

continued from page 6

MAIL BALLOTS

Ballots will be mailed beginning October 8 to active

registered voters who live in Greenwood Village. If you have

not received a ballot by October 25, 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 25. 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 25, 2021.

VOTER SERVICE AND POLLING CENTERS

Voter Service and Polling Centers will open eight days

(October 25, 2021) prior to and including Election Day,

except for Sunday October 31, 2021. 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 (VSPC). A

list of VSPC is available online at www.greenwoodvillage.com.

Greenwood Village City Hall has a 24 hour/7 day drop off

box in the east parking lot to accept mail ballots. To find the

nearest drop-off ballot box to you, visit arapahoevotes.com.

CURBSIDE BALLOT PICKUP

Arapahoe County is offering again this year curbside services

by reservation. Services are available at the Arapahoe County

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 34 ballot boxes through-out the county

which helps make casting a ballot available around the clock.

To view a list of locations, visit

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

Administration office, 5334 South Prince Street, Littleton,

CO 80120. Please call 303-795-4511 to make a reservation.

For additional information regarding candidates or the

Village’s Regular Municipal Election, please call the Election

line 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, received by our Elections Facility

in Littleton, or if the ballot was returned as undeliverable by the

Postal Service. 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 website 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 or visit www.arapahoevotes.com.

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GOVERNMENT

ENSURING A SAFE

community

EMERGENCY ALERT

SYSTEM — ARE

YOU SIGNED UP?

This past summer, on August 4, two

alerts, coordinated through the

Arapahoe County Office of

Emergency Management (ACOEM)

were activated on cell phones within

an hour of each other — the first

alert was regarding a water

contamination issue in the City of

Englewood, and the second alert was

initiated by the Arapahoe County

Sheriff’s Office about a suspect on

the loose.

It has come to the Village’s attention

that some residents may have received

both messages, while some only

received one, and others may not

have received any at all. Staff reached

out to the ACOEM to get

clarification on why this occurred to

assure more residents receive

emergency alerts in the future.

The first alert was activated using the

Integrated Public Alert Warning

System (IPAWS), software that uses

cell phones for notification. The

ACOEM set parameters of the

affected area within the City of

Englewood to notify residents of the

water issue; for reasons currently

under investigation by software

engineers, the alert went beyond the

set parameters notifying residents

outside Englewood. The ACOEM

and the software provider are actively

investigating the software issue. The

ACOEM apologizes for any

confusion and inconvenience this

software glitch may have caused to

those not affected by the boil order.

The IPAWS messages come across

like amber alerts do as a notification

on your cell phone and is not saved

in text history. It is cell tower based,

so if you are far from home and your

home is in the notification area you

will not receive the alert. While there

is no sign up required, receiving the

alerts is a setting that residents can

easily turn on/off in their notification

preferences of your smart phone.

Some have done this and therefore

fail to receive messages.

The second alert was activated by the

Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office

using ArapAlert (Code Red) to cell

phones which require a sign up and

opt in by the user. It will come in as a

text message or phone call from a

phone number with prefixes, 866,

855, or 800. Text messages will come

from 76127. This system is based on

home or work addresses tied to your

cell phones regardless of where your

phone is when the alert is initiated. If

you have not signed up through the

ArapAlert website, then you did not

receive this message. ArapAlert

reaches numbers from two databases.

One is the 911 database, which

contains all listed and unlisted

landlines in Arapahoe County. If you

have a landline, it is automatically

included in this database. The second

database is made up of Comcast

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)

numbers (if you have a bundled

internet/phone/ television service you

probably have a VoIP line), and email

addresses owned by people who have

opted-in to receive the calls.

If you do or do not have a traditional

landline phone, and would like to

receive a text, email or cell phone call

in addition to the call on your

landline or Comcast phone, consider

registering for this free service.

Public safety agencies like the

Greenwood Village Police

Department use the ArapAlert system

to warn residents, businesses, and

visitors of danger and other

important information. With

ArapAlert, the agencies can call, text

or email multiple individuals and

businesses to warn of dangerous

suspects, flood, fire, or chemical

spills.

To register, visit their website:

https://ace911.colorado.gov/arapalert

ArapAlert also has an emergency

notification app. Unlike the database,

the ArapAlert app will give you

notifications when you are in

geographic proximity to a warning

area. For instance, you might visit a

friend or family member who is

within the warning area. The app will

detect your proximity and provide

you the same warning given to those

who live and work in that area. You

can download the app from your app

store. GV

OCTOBER 2021 | GV NEWSLETTER PG. 9


GOVERNMENT

MAKING A difference

CHERRY CREEK CAMPUS

CIRCULATION STUDY

The Cherry Creek campus is the largest K-12 public school

campus in Colorado. There are three schools located on the

Cherry Creek Campus: Belleview Elementary, Campus

Middle School, and Cherry Creek High School, with a total

campus enrollment of approximately 5,632 students in 2021.

In 2020, Greenwood Village identified a need to study this

area to improve circulation within the Cherry Creek campus

and for the surrounding roadway network with the goal to

reduce congestion and improve safety for all roadway users.

The surrounding roadway networks are constrained with

limited available capacity due to both commuter and school

traffic during school pickup and drop-off hours.

The existing roadway network consists of arterial, minor, and

private streets with traffic signals at major intersections and

stop sign control on minor streets. Bike lanes are located on

Union Ave. and Dayton St. which are often used by

recreational bicyclists accessing Cherry Creek State Park.

The Cherry Creek Campus Circulation Study examined

alternatives for transportation circulation using roadway

infrastructure improvements, low-cost safety improvements,

and innovative technology solutions. In total, 34

improvements were identified for the Cherry Creek Campus

area along with a toolkit of programs in which the school

district may choose to implement and/or apply for grant

funding. Included in the report is a strategic planning

document, the Infrastructure Alternatives Evaluation, which

identifies high-level cost estimates, positive and negative

impacts, safety considerations, and implementation impacts

for each of the alternatives discussed in the study. This

document will assist Greenwood Village in future planning

and implementation efforts.

The Study took approximately six months to complete and

consisted of several meetings between the consultant team,

Project Management Team, and Stakeholder Working Group.

Stakeholder involvement was utilized during the development

of study goals, evaluation criteria, and screening of

improvement alternatives.

The Stakeholder Working Group consisted of representatives

from Belleview Elementary School, Campus Middle School,

Cherry Creek High School, Cherry Creek State Park, Army

Corps of Engineers, City & County of Denver, South Metro

Fire, City of Greenwood Village Safety Resource Officers, as

well as the Project Management Team, which consisted of

representatives from City of Greenwood Village staff,

Greenwood Village Council Member Dr. Hilton, and Cherry

Creek School Transportation Division staff.

The final report can be found at greenwoodvillage.com under

the Public Works Department Traffic and Transportation

Page, Transportation Studies and Projects.

For more information, please call Jessica Stemley, Project

Manager, Public Works, at 303-708-6132 or email

jstemley@greenwoodvillage.com. GV

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GOVERNMENT

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GOVERNMENT

ENSURING A SAFE

community

GVPD PUBLIC

SAFETY OPEN

HOUSE 2021

The Greenwood Village Police

Department hosted its Public

Safety Open House on September

16. Approximately 250 people

attended and visited with police

officers, code enforcement officers,

K9 teams, criminalists, and the

Public Safety Bros! With lots of

kid-friendly activities and helpful

safety information, this event was

enjoyed by all ages! GV

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GOVERNMENT

OCTOBER 2021 | GV NEWSLETTER PG. 13


GOVERNMENT

COVID-19

update

MORE COVID-19

VACCINES AND

TESTING SITES

OPEN IN THE

TRI-COUNTY AREA

GETTING VACCINATED

AND TESTED ARE

TWO WEAPONS WE

HAVE IN THE FIGHT

AGAINST COVID-19

While new COVID-19 cases in

Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas

counties might be leveling off, it is still

important to get vaccinated and get

tested to reduce the spread of

COVID-19 in the community. There

are many locations to get vaccinated or

tested, but some are closing soon.

The drive-through site at the Aurora

Municipal Center, 15151 E. Alameda

Pkwy., is open seven days a week, from

9 a.m.-7 p.m. Register online at

joganhealth.com/clinics for an

appointment. This location

will remain open after Sept.

30 and continue operating

with a daily capacity of up to

250 doses administered per

day.

The drive-through clinic at

the Southwest Plaza Mall,

8501 W. Bowles Ave.,

Littleton, seven days a week

through at least Sept. 30,

from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. is open

(drive-thru) and will

continue operating with a

daily capacity of up to 250

doses administered per day.

To learn more, see a calendar

of clinics, or to search a

map for vaccine locations,

visit the COVID-19

Vaccine webpage,

tchd.org/866/COVID-19-Vaccine or

covid19.colorado.gov/vaccinefinder.

DO I NEED A BOOSTER?

On Sept. 24, the CDC recommended

the following groups should receive a

booster shot of the Pfizer vaccine at

least six months after completing their

Pfizer two-dose primary series.

• People aged 65 years and older

• Residents aged 18 years and older

in long-term care settings

• People aged 50-64 years with

underlying medical conditions

The CDC also recommends that the

following groups may receive a booster

shot of the Pfizer vaccine at least six

months after completing their Pfizer

two-dose primary series.

• People aged 18-49 years with

underlying medical conditions

• Those aged 18-64 years at

increased risk for COVID-19

exposure and transmission because

of where they work or live

As always, people can talk to their

healthcare provider about whether

getting a Pfizer booster shot is their

best option at this time. Currently, the

Pfizer-BioNTech booster authorization

only applies to people whose primary

series was Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.

People in the recommended groups

who got the Moderna or J&J/Janssen

vaccine will likely need a booster shot.

More data on the effectiveness and

safety of Moderna and J&J/Janssen

booster shots are expected soon. With

those data in hand, CDC will keep the

public informed with a timely plan for

Moderna and J&J/Janssen booster

shots.

EXPANDED COVID-19

TESTING

Testing for COVID-19 is another

important step in helping control

COVID-19. Identifying who is

positive for the disease helps them and

their families limit the spread of the

virus. There are 15 sites for free

COVID-19 testing in Adams,

Arapahoe and Douglas counties.

Locations, testing days and times, and

more information are found at

tchd.org/827/Free-Testing-Sites.

One of the newest testing locations is

at Water World in Federal Heights,

8801 N. Pecos St., near the corner of

W. 90th Ave. and N. Tejon Street.

They are open seven days a week from

8 a.m.-7 p.m.

In addition, a new testing facility will

open on Oct. 4 at Dick’s Sporting

Goods Park, 6000 Victory Way,

Commerce City, at Field 1-Lot H.

For more information about the efforts

to fight the COVID-19 pandemic,

visit tchd.org/COVID19.

PG. 14 GV NEWSLETTER | OCTOBER 2021


GOVERNMENT

MANAGING YOUR

COVID-19 EXPOSURE,

WHEN TO ISOLATE

AND QUARANTINE

With more than 70% of eligible

Coloradans fully vaccinated again

COVID-19, it can be tricky knowing

what to do if you have had a COVID-

19 exposure. In general, people who

are fully vaccinated do not need to

quarantine after close contact (within

6 feet of someone for a cumulative

total of 15 minutes or more over a

24-hour period) with someone who

had COVID-19 unless they have

symptoms.

Anyone who has had close contact

with someone with COVID-19 should

quarantine for 14 days after their last

exposure to that person, except if they

meet the following conditions:

Someone who has been fully

vaccinated and shows no symptoms of

COVID-19 does not need to

quarantine. However, fully vaccinated

close contacts should:

• Get tested 3-5 days after close

contact with someone with

suspected or confirmed

COVID-19.

• Wear a mask indoors in public for

14 days following exposure or until

a negative test result.

• Get tested and isolate immediately

if experiencing COVID-19

symptoms.

Someone who tested positive for

COVID-19 with a test within the

previous 90 days and has subsequently

recovered and remains without

COVID-19 symptoms does not need

to quarantine. However, close contacts

with prior COVID-19 infection in the

previous 90 days should:

• Wear a mask indoors in public for

14 days after exposure.

• Monitor for COVID-19 symptoms

and isolate immediately if

symptoms develop.

• Consult with a healthcare provider

or your local clinic for testing

recommendations if new symptoms

develop. GV

ELIGIBLE GV SINGLE-FAMILY

RESIDENCES

COUNTDOWN TO CHANGE

IN TRASH PROVIDER

Waste Connections

will begin providing

trash and recycling

service to eligible

Greenwood Village

single-family residences

on January 1, 2022. To

prepare for this new service, here are some information that

will help your household with the transition:

NEW WEBSITE

Waste Connections has created a website for Greenwood

Village residents to use as a one-stop-shop for regular

trash and recycling service-related issues, including the

weekly pick-up and recycling schedule, holiday

schedules, requests for new or replacement containers,

and contact information for missed collections or other

issues. Visit https://www.wasteconnections.com/

denver/greenwood-village/.

CONTAINERS

If you currently receive trash and recycling service

through Republic Services, Republic will be collecting

all Republic-branded containers; timeline has not been

finalized at this time and residents will be notified in

the months ahead to assure a smooth transition.

As a new customer of Waste Connections, you will be

receiving new containers, including one 96-gallon trash

container and one 96-gallon recycling container, from

Waste Connections at the end of this year. Residents may

continue placing an unlimited amount of waste out for

collection, which can be in Waste Connections-provided

containers, personally owned containers, or in bags. If the

containers provided by Waste Connections are not enough

for your needs, you may request additional containers

through Waste Connections; residents may obtain one extra

recycling container at no charge, but additional containers

may incur additional costs that will be paid by the resident

directly to Waste Connections. These requests can be made

through the new website, or by contacting Waste

Connections directly at 303-288-2100.

QUESTIONS

If you have any questions about your residential trash service

in Greenwood Village, please call the Public Works

Department at 303-708-6100 or email webpublicworks@

greenwoodvillage.com. GV

OCTOBER 2021 | GV NEWSLETTER PG. 15


GOVERNMENT

OUR NATURAL environment

WHEN IT RAINS,

WHERE DOES

THE WATER GO?

Rain, especially Colorado afternoon

summer and fall thunderstorms, causes

water to flow down streets, into gutters

typically and then into storm inlets.

This water then flows into a local

water body or sometimes infiltrates

into groundwater or aquifers. When

storm flows enter into a stormwater

pipe, there are typically no

pretreatment facilities to remove debris

or contaminants from the water. In

fact, the water is almost always

discharged untreated into a local creek,

pond or lake. The mistaken belief that

this water is treated results from a

misunderstanding between sanitary

and storm water systems.

Generally, most indoor water fixtures

are connected to the sanitary system.

Most outdoor items are connected to

the storm water system. A sanitary

system captures used water from

households and businesses and routes

this water to a wastewater treatment

facility. At the wastewater facility, the

harmful contaminants are removed

and clean, treated water is released into

the environment. Some common

everyday items that are part of the

sanitary system are toilets, kitchen and

bathroom faucets, showers and baths.

Unlike a sanitary system, storm water

systems only collect storm water and

the water is not typically treated. The

collected storm water is transported

and released into a local creek, pond,

or lake. Some common everyday items

that are part of storm water system are

street drains, culverts, and ditches.

It is important to understand the

difference between sanitary and storm

water systems because many everyday

items such as pet waste, grass

clippings, engine oil, or fertilizers

accidentally become part of the storm

water system. When it rains, water

falls to the ground and washes over

these pollutants. These pollutants are

then carried by the storm water to

local creeks, ponds and lakes, such as

Cherry Creek Reservoir. When

introduced into the environment,

these pollutants, along with other

everyday household items, can harm

the environment.

In order to reduce the amount of

pollutants being introduced into the

environment, individuals can ensure

that pet waste and grass clippings are

collected and disposed of in a

responsible manner. Pet waste should

be picked up and thrown with your

weekly garbage. When using fertilizers,

herbicides and pesticides residents can

reduce storm water pollution by

applying these products at the proper

rate and by not using these products

immediately before a storm. The

Village also provides to its residents

curbside pick up of household toxic

materials such as paints, gasoline and

other products. For more information

on this program or to schedule a pick

up, please call Curbside Inc. at

1-800-449-7587.

While some storm water pollutants are

accidentally introduced into the

environment, unfortunately, other

pollutants are intentionally introduced

into the environment. Even though

this activity is illegal, it still occurs.

Fortunately, the amount of illegal

dumping in the Village is minimal

because of the vigilant efforts of the

community. The Village has a program

called Illicit Discharge Detection and

Elimination. This program follows the

procedures and guidelines set by the

Colorado Department of Health and

Environment and is managed under

the MS4 (Municipal Separate Storm

Sewer System) Permit. In order to

keep our environment clean and to

protect our high quality of life, please

report any suspected illegal dumping

by calling Greenwood Village Public

Works at 303-708-6100.

The community can help improve the

environment by reducing storm water

pollution. You can do your part by:

• understanding that water flowing

into drains, culverts and pipes

eventually reaches local creeks,

ponds and lakes and is not treated;

• keeping in mind what products are

used in and around your residence;

• understanding that these household

products may accidentally enter

local water bodies;

• properly using and disposing of

materials that can potentially

pollute the environment; and

• Reporting illegal dumping of

materials.

For more information, please call

Alexis Cook, Project Manager II, at

303-708-6133. GV

PG. 16 GV NEWSLETTER | OCTOBER 2021


GOVERNMENT

LEAF REMOVAL OPTIONS

As we enter into the fall season, keeping Greenwood

Village clean will continue to be a high priority. To

assist with these efforts, we ask that you do not

place loose leaves or yard debris in the street as our

sweepers are not equipped to pick them up.

Moreover, this debris can be windblown or washed

into the storm systems and waterways of the Village.

Instead, consider these disposal options:

• 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

never breaks down and is bad for the

environment.

• Republic Services has no limit as to how many

bags of leaves they will pick up, however, keep in mind if

some bags are not picked up, they will return once they

have unloaded their truck.

• Ace Hardware Cherry Hills Marketplace,

5910 South University Boulevard, has

partnered with the City of Greenwood

Village to provide residents with one

FREE 5-pack of compostable paper yard

waste bags with the coupon provided.

One per household please; no

photocopied coupons will be accepted.

• Recycle your leaves at Village Greens

Park. Leaves can be dropped off loose or

in bags any day of the week between

October 11 and December 3, 2021, in

the dedicated area of the north parking

lot. This is an environmentally friendly

option with staff spreading and disking

the material into the soil where native

grass cannot be established, adding

nutrients, helping with moisture

retention, and provides a place for soilborne

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 Parks, Trails, and

Recreation at 303-486-5773. GV

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

As the seasons change and the leaves begin to fall, it’s tempting to

rake the leaves and other yard debris into the street. Unfortunately,

the street sweeping equipment is not able to handle limbs,

branches or large quantities of leaves and grass; much of the

material is left behind by the sweeper and unintentionally spread

across the street. Leaves and grass are natural but when it rains,

these materials on streets and sidewalks can wash into storm

drains and lead to Village waterways such as streams and ponds.

These organic material decay overtime and over-fertilize the water.

The excess nutrients from this debris encourages harmful aquatic

plants and algae to thrive, which has a lasting negative impact on

water quality, local ecology, and recreational use of our waterways.

This is a form of stormwater pollution that is preventable with care

and proper action. Please do your part and do not sweep lawn

debris into the street. Instead, take advantage of the coupon for

yard waste bags provided in this article!

OCTOBER 2021 | GV NEWSLETTER PG. 17


BUSINESS

BUSINESSspotlight

ELEMENTS

MASSAGE DTC

8575 East Arapahoe Road, Suite L

Elementsmassage.com/dtc-greenwood-village

720-990-7010

Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-9 p.m.,

Sunday 10 a.m.-8 p.m.

Everyone could use a bit of stress relief

and relaxation after dealing with the

unknown for over a year. Elements

Massage DTC can help with that and

more. Conveniently located in the

Arapahoe Marketplace Shopping

Center, Elements Massage is ready to

help relieve pain, reduce stress, and

increase circulation. Elements Massage

DTC was started by Thomas and

Claudia Windley. Thomas is an Air

Force Veteran with 27 years in the

healthcare industry and Claudia is a

Project Manager who has been working

in Information Technology for over 15

years, a certified health coach, and yoga

instructor.

Elements Massage DTC opened in

January of 2021, and has been serving

Greenwood Village and the surrounding

area ever since. They chose Greenwood

Village for their business based on its

strong support and relations with the

community and the proximity to I-25.

Elements Massage DTC strives to

provide clients with the best therapeutic

massage experience, and they saw

Greenwood Village as a place that

would help them achieve that goal.

The massage therapists at Elements

Massage tailor each session to fit the

needs of each individual. Their expert

staff have years of experience in a variety

of different techniques including but

not limited to: Swedish, deep tissue,

sports, trigger point therapy, injury

recovery and range of motion/

stretching. Elements Massage DTC

doesn’t stop at providing the right type

of massage for each client; they make

sure to select the best therapist as well.

Their proprietary client matching

system enables them to book each client

with the therapist that best suits the

needs of that client. With their

“Elements Promise,” satisfaction is

guaranteed. If the therapist does not

meet or exceed the client’s expectations,

Elements Massage will make it right by

offering their next massage, with a

different therapist, free of charge.

In addition to the different types of

massage modalities offered, Elements

Massage also offers treatment

enhancements. These enhancement

services include aroma therapy, Herbal

Ritual CBD treatment, Himalayan salt

stone massage, and cupping therapy.

The addition of these services allows

Elements Massage to add to the

effectiveness of the massage and further

tailor the session for each individual.

Pricing at Elements Massage DTC is

based on the length of the session and

addition of any enhancement services.

There are discounts for members and

first-time clients. Non-member rates are

$109 for 60-minutes, $164 for 90-

minutes, and $218 for 120-minutes.

All first-time clients receive $30 off the

non-member price for their first

massage. The discounted rates for

members are $79 per month for a 60-

minute massage, $119 per month for

90-minutes, and $158 per month for a

120-minute massage. The cost for the

enhancement services varies and can be

found on their website. The 90-minute

massage is the most popular choice,

closely followed by the 60-minute

option.

Elements Massage DTC is located at

8575 East Arapahoe Road, Suite L.

They are open Monday through

Saturday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and

Sundays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. They

are closed New Year’s Day, Easter,

Thanksgiving, and Christmas. For more

information or to book a massage today,

Elements Massage can be reached by

phone at 720-990-7010 or on their

website Elementsmassage.com/dtcgreenwood-village.

If you are trying to

find a way to relax and reduce stress or

are looking for help with body aches,

insomnia, brain fog or any number of

other ailments, book an appointment

today! GV

PG. 18 GV NEWSLETTER | OCTOBER 2021


BUSINESS

NEW GV BUSINESSES

BANKING

Bank Central

8000 East Belleview Avenue, Suite D-20

720-580-8294

CO-WORKING SPACE

Venture X Denver – Greenwood Village

6400 South Fiddlers Green Circle, Suite 100

303-807-8151

CORPORATE OFFICE

Grow Generation

5619 DTC Parkway, Suite 900

720-724-9916

MARKETING CONSULTANTS

iSolar

5600 South Quebec Street, Suite 320-D

720-961-9691

Logical Position Colorado, LLC

7100 East Belleview Avenue, Suite G-10

503-305-5503

FINANCIAL SERVICES

Envision Financial Partners

9250 East Costilla Avenue, Suite 603

720-762-5446

HOBBY & GAME STORE

MeH Games, LLC

6835 South Dayton Street

720-573-8814

INSURANCE

Reilly Smith Insurance Agency, Incorporated

5200 DTC Parkway, Suite 290

720-844-6886

IV VITAMIN THERAPY

The Drip Bar

5936 South Holly Street

312-659-9730

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Redpeak Properties, LLC

8899 East Prentice Avenue

303-321-7325

RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION

Amazing Parish

6160 South Syracuse Way, Suite 220-B

303-481-4320

REAL ESTATE

DoubleBay Partners

5555 DTC Parkway, Suite 272

303-906-2873

Transworld Commercial

Real Estate

5261 South Quebec Street, Suite 250

720-574-2953

RESTAURANT

Chook Chicken

2500 East Orchard Road, Suite C

303-283-8399

Dumpling Factory, LLC

4660 South Yosemite Street

720-401-9054

The Crack Shack

6575 Greenwood Plaza Boulevard, Suite 4

801-642-3800

SECURITY GUARD

Cascadia Global Security, LLC

8400 East Crescent Parkway, Suite 626

360-515-8852

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

HOTEL

Residence Inn Denver Tech

6565 South Yosemite Street

303-740-7177

NAVIGATING THE

HYBRID WORKDAY

Denver South created WRK — a free resource

that provides the framework for a long-term

hybrid work policy — to partner with

companies feeling uncertain about the broad

scope of considerations and options. WRK

Denver South is your guide in decision making

and implementation of the right hybrid

environment for your office.

As businesses work to determine what their

unique balance is, WRK Denver South can

provide your organization assistance to

formalize, customize, and communicate a plan

that works. WRK Denver South has all the

resources you need, including templates,

employee agreements, guidelines and more.

For more information, visit denversouth.com/WRK/

or denver-south.com/. GV OCTOBER 2021 | GV NEWSLETTER PG. 19


ARTS AND RECREATION

RECREATION programs

Register online at

greenwoodvillage.com/rec

FALL BREAK SPORTS

Join us at Silo Park for miscellaneous games such as soccer,

kickball, and various other recess games. No equipment is

necessary. Bring a friend and come over!

Participants are responsible for bringing their own water

bottle and any essentials (jacket, hat, sunscreen, etc.).

Everyone must still check in with staff daily.

Days and Dates: Monday-Thursday, October 18, 19, 20, 21

Location: Silo Park, 9300 East Orchard Road

Ages: 6 to 12 years old

Fee: $1 per person each day, pay at the park

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

Limit: 40 participants each day

DROP-IN PROGRAM: No need to pre-register

The program is subject to weather conditions.

Weather Line: 303-486-5770.

For more information call the Parks, Trails, and Recreation Department at 303-486-5773.

FALL YOUTH RECREATION PROGRAMS

PEE WEE GAME NIGHTS

Programs filled with excitement,

energy and fun! Enjoy an hour of

playground games to include

dodgeball, kickball, soccer and more!

Location: Campus Middle School,

4785 South Dayton Street

Days and Dates: Mondays,

November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

Ages: 4 to 7 years old

Time: 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

YOUTH GAME NIGHTS

Programs filled with excitement,

energy and fun! Enjoy an hour of

playground games to include

dodgeball, kickball, soccer and more!

Location: Campus Middle School

4785 South Dayton Street

Days and Dates: Tuesdays,

November 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

Ages: 8 to 12 years old

Time: 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Fee: $10 per day

Limit: 30

Fee: $10 per day

Limit: 30

The Focus 50 group enjoyed a tour of Lake Maggiore and its

islands this month. Travel guide Daniela DeGarbo led the

presentation providing over 70 slides of this beautiful part of

Italy. If you’d like to join our group please contact Cathy

Delap, Senior Programming Facilitator, at 720-273-1501.

PG. 20 GV NEWSLETTER | OCTOBER 2021


ARTS AND RECREATION

ART ON THE GREEN

The Greenwood Village Cultural Arts program

presented Art on the Green at Curtis Park on September

11 and 12. The art fair featured over 70 artists from

Colorado and included nine Greenwood Village artists.

An estimated 4,000 patrons visited the art fair, and

artists have reported robust art sales during the weekend

event. On Saturday night a windstorm blew through

the festival and did major damage to 16 artists tents.

Greenwood Village staff rushed to clean up the debris

and were able to get the art fair back and running by

Sunday morning. Overall the event was a big success

and Art on the Green is likely to return in 2022.

OCTOBER 2021 | GV NEWSLETTER PG. 21


ARTS AND RECREATION

ART programs

Register online at

greenwoodvillage.com/art

Curtis Center for the Arts | 2349 East Orchard Road | Greenwood Village, CO 80121 | 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. Classes are

instructed by professional artists and educators who strive to provide the best art educational experience for all artistic levels. If

you can’t make a class during the week, join us in the evenings or on a Saturday.

Protocol for Classes: Mask Wearing, Smaller Class Sizes, Social Distancing and individual work spaces to express and create!

Students will be emailed information regarding the Safety Guidance for classes and the information can be found on the receipt.

UPDATED MASK REQUIREMENTS: 16 and Younger – Masks are required to be worn in class by all students and instructors.

16 and Older — Masks are not required for students who have been fully vaccinated. Masks are strongly encouraged for

students who have not been fully vaccinated.

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

All Fall art classes for adults are now

open for registration. For more

information and to register for

Adult Art Classes go to

www.greenwoodvillage.com/art.

SATURDAY AM

COFFEE AND CRITIQUE

When: Saturday, October 16

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

Fee: $25

Instructor: Aimee Deneweth

LANDSCAPE PAINTING

FROM PHOTOGRAPHS

USING OILS AND

PASTELS

When: Tuesdays, October 19

through November 30

Time: 6:30 to 9 p.m.

Fee: $120

Instructor: Cliff Austin

PG. 22 GV NEWSLETTER | OCTOBER 2021

INTRODUCTION TO

ALCOHOL INKS

When: Saturday, October 23

Times: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

and 1 to 4 p.m.

Fee: $75

Instructor: Candace French

EXPLORING

LANDSCAPE

PAINTING

When: Mondays, November 1

through December 13

Time: 1 to 4 p.m.

Fee: $120

Instructor: Janet Anderson

CERAMICS

When: Mondays, November 1

through December 13

Time: 6:30 to 9 p.m.

Fee: $120 — All supplies provided

Instructor: Maggie Stewart

FIGURE DRAWING

When: Tuesdays, November 2

through December 14

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

Fee: $120

Instructor: Michael Dowling

ABSTRACT

COLORADO:

ADVANCED

SKETCHING

When: Tuesdays, November 2

through December 14

Time: 1 to 4 p.m.

Fee: $120

Instructor: Christian Dore

OIL PAINTING:

FRESH N’ COLORFUL

When: Wednesdays, November 3

through December 15

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

Fee: $120

Instructor: Aimee Deneweth

DRAWING AND

SKETCHING

When: Wednesdays, November 3

through December 15

Time: 1 to 4 p.m.

Fee: $120

Instructor: Rick Brogan


ARTS AND RECREATION

INTRODUCTION

TO ACRYLICS

When: Thursdays, November 4

through December 16

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

Fee: $100

Instructor: Julia Rymer

INTRODUCTION

TO OIL PAINTING

When: Thursdays, November 4

through December 16

Time: 1 to 4 p.m.

Fee: $100

Instructor: Jen Starling

WATERCOLOR

When: Fridays, November 5

through December 17

Times: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

and 1 to 4 p.m.

Fee: $120

Instructor: Rick Brogan

ABSTRACT COLORADO:

PAINTING CRASH COURSE

FOR ADVANCED ARTISTS

When: Saturday, November 6

Time: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Fee: $50

Instructor: Christian Dore

EXPANDING YOUR

ENCAUSTIC TECHNIQUES

When: Saturday, November 13 and

Sunday, November 14

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

Fee: $200

Instructor:

Victoria Eubanks

ASSEMBLAGE FISH

When: Saturday, November 20

Time: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Fee: $100

Instructor: Michelle Lamb

YOUTH ART CLASSES

Registration for Fall programs is now open! For more information and to register

for Youth Art Classes go to www.greenwoodvillage.com/art.

PEE WEE ART

When: Wednesdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.

October 13 and 20 – Pumpkin

Painting

November 3 and 17 – Turkey Mania

December 8 and 15 – Peek-A-Boo

Snowman

Fee: $25 for each class —

All supplies provided

Age Requirement:

3 to 6 years old with caregiver

Instructor: Lauren Brant

CERAMICS FOR TEENS

When: Mondays, November 1

through November 29

Time: 4:30 to 6 p.m.

Fee: $75 — All supplies provided

Age Requirement: 12 to 16 years old

Instructor: Maggie Stewart

DREAM BIG

AND SMALL!!

When: Tuesdays, November 2

through November 30

Time: 4:30 to 6 p.m.

Fee: $50 — All supplies provided

Age Requirement: 9 to 12 years old

Instructor: Roese Ramp

DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS

FOR KIDS

When: Thursdays, November 4

through December 2

Time: 4:30 to 6 p.m.

Fee: $50 — All supplies provided

Age Requirement: 9 to 12 years old

Instructor: Julia Rymer

SPOOKTACULAR ART

When: Tuesdays, 4:30 to 6 p.m.

October 19 – Spellbound

October 26 – 1, 2, 3, Boo!

Fee: $25 for each class —

All supplies provided

Age Requirement: 6 to 12 years old

Instructor: Lauren Brant

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6060 South Quebec Street

Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111-4591

PRSRT STD

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PAID

ENGLEWOOD, CO

PERMIT #799

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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