The Estes Park Senior Center, 220 Fourth Street, and the Estes Park Museum, 200 Fourth Street are beginning a process to create a Master Plan for the facilities. Public input is critical to creating this roadmap for future services and facilities. Outreach includes three public meetings, an online survey, and a random-sample telephone survey.
Three public meetings, each held at the Estes Park Museum, will cover different topics; attendance at all three meetings is encouraged.
•Public meeting #3: Tuesday, May 14 from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Topic: Preferred concept presentation and review.
Meetings will be facilitated by the Town’s professional consultant, Anderson Hallas Architects, PC. After the public process, the Town Board will consider adopting a Master Plan by June 2013. The Master Plan will serve as a resource for future development and/or re-development of the two facilities.
A stakeholder group will provide input to represent the needs of their organizations and customers. It includes staff from the Senior Center and Museum and their affiliate non-profit groups, Estes Park Senior Citizens Center, Inc. and Estes Park Museum Friends & Foundation, Inc. Additional stakeholders include representatives from the Town Board of Trustees and the Estes Valley Recreation and Parks District.
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