Colorado State University is looking for your thoughts on what do with the acreage that currently holds Hughes Stadium.   You could say, ‘I gave them my two cents, and they used my idea!’

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CSU will be holding an open house to get input from the community regarding the redevelopment of the 160-acre parcel of land that currently holds Hughes Stadium. The event will be on Wednesday, October 18, 2017, from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the Drake Centre in Fort Collins.

Two hours to give your input on five different aspects of the redevelopment:

Existing Site Context: This station will inform community members about the extent of the property and existing site features. The station will allow community members to provide feedback on the planned demolition of Hughes Stadium and get a better understanding of the existing site features.

Redevelopment ProcessThis station will provide information about the intent to annex the property into the City of Fort Collins and the phases of redevelopment planning that begin with the solicitation of community feedback and continue through the selection of a buyer/developer through a Request for Qualifications/Request for Proposals process.

Land Use Context: This station will allow community members to provide feedback on potential uses of the land such as residential, commercial, mixed-use, or recreational use and/or open space.

Community Needs and Values: This station will allow community members to provide feedback on community needs and values that impact livability and quality of life such as walkability, multigenerational planning, affordable housing, low-density housing, overall community culture, and sustainability.

Traffic, Multimodal Access: This station will allow community members to provide feedback on traffic impacts and flow, and accessibility by various forms of transportation (foot, bike, vehicle and mass transit).

What will be at Overland and Drake, next? You can help decide!

Get more from CSU, HERE!