Senior Center and Museum Master Plan

The Estes Park Senior Center, 220 Fourth St., and the Estes Park Museum, 200 Fourth St., created a Master Plan for their facilities. Public input was critical in creating this roadmap for future services and facility needs. Outreach included three public meetings, an online survey, and a random-sample telephone survey.
The Town Board accepted the Master Plan for the Estes Park Museum and Estes Park Senior Center at its June 25, 2013 board meeting. The Master Plan was successfully completed with dedicated participation and guidance from the project stakeholder team: Estes Park citizens, survey participants and meeting attendees, Town staff and Trustee representatives, Estes Park Museum Friends and Museum Inc., Estes Park Senior Citizens Center, Inc. and Estes Valley Recreation and Park District.
Three public meetings, each held at the Estes Park Museum, were facilitated by the Town’s professional consultant, Anderson Hallas Architects, PC.
•Public meeting #1: Thursday, March 14 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Topic: Program information and survey findings presentation.

•Public meeting #2: Thursday, April 11 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Topic: Alternative concepts presentation and review, site assessment; public comment.

•Public meeting #3: Tuesday, May 14 from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Topic: Preferred concept presentation and review.

News Releases

News release 020513 Senior Center and Museum Master Plan process News release 040113 Senior Center and Museum Master Plan update
News release 050713 Master Plan preferred alternatives presented Estes Valley Community Center (EVCC) Project
News release 070816 Town Board considers transfer of Senior Services to Estes Valley Recreation and Park District 082316  Intergovernmental agreement signed for transfer of senior services to Estes Valley Recreation and Park District (EVRPD)
News release 081616 Town considers agreement to transfer senior services to Recreation District Aug 23  

For more information, please contact Lori Mitchell, Senior Sevices Manager, Derek Fortini, Museum Director or Kate Rusch, Public Information Officer.