Cheyenne-Arapaho Park: Public Meeting #2

Thank you to everyone who attended the second public meeting.  Click the images below to view the boards that were on display at the meeting.  For those of you that weren’t able to attend the meeting, we encourage you to make comments describing your opinions about the different concept plans, and for those of you in attendance, feel free to provide any additional feedback.

 

4 thoughts on “Cheyenne-Arapaho Park: Public Meeting #2

  1. I really like the fact that this park has a lot of natural elements to it- the brush that makes it more private, the river rocks and the red dirt trail. I like walking to this park and running because of the loops and the red dirt gravel that is better on your joints. There are plenty of parks that cater to families and I would not like to see this park get a play ground or any related elements. I like that this park is a quiet more natural park that people exercise and bring their dogs to.

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  2. Current dog use may be driving enthusiasm for a dog park and off leash area at Cheyenne-Arapaho Park. I would urge planners to think about ways to mitigate water quality impacts due to dog waste. In addition, the ground within the dog park will become very trampled with exposed dirt that when it rains will require sediment control. Finally, dog parks tend to become widely used by others who may not be Arapahoe County tax payers which could lead to overuse, parking issues, increased traffic and increased water quality impacts from runoff from the off leash area. If planners can address these, and the potential parking issues to keep dogs, and people safe, an off leash area would be a nice amenity to this community.

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  3. A fenced dog area would be a real asset to the community. With so many conod and townhome developments nearby, there’s not a lot of room to let dogs really run (legally, anyway!). And an off-leash space in walking distance to so many residents would quickly become a community hub.

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  4. My boyfriend and I love the two concepts with the fenced dog area!
    The dog trail is a nice idea but I don’t trust dogs to not run off into the street.
    Very excited for this. So many dog parents use this park, it will be so nice since some of us don’t have yards and my complex does not have a dog area.

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