The 303 ArtWay is a proposed art-themed trail of paved walkways & bike paths through Park Hill.
Visit the website for more info on the project: 303ArtWay.org
Take our survey to let us know where you want the ArtWay to go in your neighborhood: surveymonkey.com/r/303ArtWay
Urban Land Conservancy hired us to conduct public outreach for the 303 ArtWay project—a proposed walking and biking trail through northeast Denver that will feature installations by local artists along the route. We collected 1,100 surveys from residents of the region, providing us with big-picture data on the destinations and community benefits that are most important to people who will use the trail. We have attended a wide variety of community events to promote the ArtWay, and we have planned and hosted multiple workshops and events tailored to the neighborhoods we serve. In addition to the committee, we have partnered with art teachers in local schools to have kids design “Affinity Stones”—ceramic tiles that will be included in the ArtWay itself once construction begins. Spearheading this high-profile project has brought us a great deal of recognition and positive feedback from the Denver community, highlighting the way in which our efforts fit into the city’s ambition to become more pedestrian/bike friendly, sustainable, and equitable. We anticipate that the ArtWay project will become a national model for community-driven alternative transportation amenities that engage with the arts, health and wellness, and neighborhood history and culture. More information on the 303 ArtWay can be found at 303artway.org