In a previous open house survey, three concepts were presented and the Town leaned on a primary “nature” theme, followed by “historic” as a close second choice. As a result, this park combines both themes by serving as the transition from the Historic Downtown District to the natural environment along Coal Creek.
The Downtown Redevelopment Framework Plan document is a guideline intended to be a companion to the Unified Development Code, Comprehensive Plan and Urban Renewal Plan.
The intent of The Downtown Redevelopment Framework Plan is to identify specific components within the Plan Influence Area and suggest possible future physical improvements as well as planning and redevelopment strategies that will guide and inform redevelopment opportunities and future public improvements. The Plan will:
Help manage town assets in a thoughtful sustainable manner
Contribute to a healthy, vibrant, welcoming and economically strong Downtown.
Create and promote the Historic Downtown core as “The Place” to gather, live, work and play - experiencing the very pedestrian scale town that once was typical of small rural towns in the west.
View an overview of Downtown Redevelopment Framework Plan here.
Flatiron Meadow’s: Star Meadows Neighborhood Park
Below you will find concept plans for Star Meadows Neighborhood Park, a 7 acre Town of Erie owned and maintained park. This park is located in the Flatiron Meadows Neighborhood and shares the property line with a new Boulder Valley K-8 School.
The design idea behind this park: concept for learning, complimentary to school amenities and features, education theming, etc. The photos on the “image board” are not necessarily the exact features that will be placed, but provide an idea of the type of possible elements.
Below you will find concept plans for Colliers Hill Neighborhood Park #1, a 7 acre Town of Erie owned and maintained park. This park is located in south east section of the Colliers Hill Neighborhood, overlooking Coal Creek.
The design idea behind this park: nature-based passive recreation, trails connections, and an overlook tower to take advantage of views afforded from park placement. The photos on the “image board” are not necessarily the exact features that will be placed, but provide an idea of the type of possible elements.