Check out JPUN’s May Newsletter!

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Re-configuring I-25 – Hear what CDOT has planned and voice your opinion on everything from drive times to bridge replacements. Easy highway access for Northwest Denver residents has become less frequent in recent years as the highway that runs parallel with our neighborhood has some of the highest annual daily traffic counts in Colorado. Many
Jefferson Park residents know when “someone has stepped on the ant hill”. That is when backups occur on I-25 and a line of cars follow one another into our neighborhood and down an array of side streets trying to find an alternative route home.
Join Steve Sherman, Resident Engineer from Colorado Department of Transportation who is the final speaker of JPUN’s three part series on future changes for the Eastern edge of Jefferson Park.  May 8, 6:30 PM at Riverside Church

Jefferson Park Cleanup – Show your neighborhood pride on Saturday, May 12, starting at 9 a.m. by participating in Jefferson Park’s Annual Clean-Up and Neighborhood Celebration. This year’s event kicks-off in Jefferson Park at 9 a.m. (northeast side near playground area), where Araujo’s Breakfast Burritos, 2914 Coffee, juice and fruit will be provided for volunteers. Once fueled, you pick an area of Jefferson Park to help clean with friends, family or neighbors. It’s a great way to get to know people in your neighborhood.

7th Annual Music at Jefferson Park

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