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Revitalization in Former Neighborhood Revitalization Areas

 

Kensington Neighborhood

In 2002 the Kensington neighborhood was the first neighborhood in the City of Longmont selected to receive funding. The Kensington neighborhood is working on ongoing projects for their neighborhood plan.

If you are a Kensington resident and would like to get more involved please contact Carly Daelli, Neighborhood Revitalization Specialist at carly.daelli@ci.longmont.co.us

Historic Eastside Neighborhood

In 2005 The Historic Eastside Neighborhood was selected to receive funding. The revitalization plan has been written and designed based on the direction given by neighborhood residents. Resident input was gathered from neighborhood surveys and a series of neighborhood meetings that included Youth, Latino and Senior specific outreach events, seven planning elements were identified early in the public input process. Those issues are the following: Pride in Residences, Historic Preservation, Public Safety & Lighting, Community Building and Neighborhood Involvement, Traffic, Community Forest, and Collyer Park.

If you are a Historic Eastside resident and would like to get more involved in the plan contact Carly Daelli, Neighborhood Revitalization Specialist at carly.daelli@ci.longmont.co.us

 

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