Metro Vision offers ideas for local implementation: Local governments can use Metro Vision as they make decisions about land use, transportation planning and a range of related issues. Metro Vision also helps local governments coordinate their efforts with one another and other organizations.
Local governments and other partners are already at work to implement Metro Vision, advancing the region toward desired outcomes in ways that best fit local circumstances.
Communities can learn from each other’s ideas and experiences in dealing with common challenges or taking advantage of similar opportunities.
Metro Vision Idea Exchanges allow land use and transportation planners, local government staff, the region’s residents and other stakeholders to share information and ideas of importance to the Denver region. These forums identify areas of local and regional success worth continuing, as well as emerging and ongoing challenges that require action. DRCOG hosts four to six Idea Exchanges each year. Topics range from transportation accessibility and housing market trends to water planning and public health policy.
The most recent Metro Vision Idea Exchange was presented in partnership with the CityCenter at the University of Colorado-Denver as part of Imagine a Great Region. The event featured the Prosper Colorado initiative and speakers from the Brookings Institution, as well as the Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce. Click here to learn more about the event and download meeting materials.
Find links to previous Metro Vision Idea Exchange events, download presentations and session materials, view or listen to event recordings or search for resources that improve your ability to get involved and stay active in important regional issues.
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