Burlingame Phase II Open House

The public is invited to give input on the Burlingame Ranch Phase II design this Tuesday, April 27, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Rio Grande Meeting Room (the old youth center). 

 

“The design process for Burlingame Ranch Phase II has just begun, and we would like to invite everyone to participate in a public open house design session,” said Chris Everson, affordable housing project manager for the City of Aspen. “As community members, you have unique knowledge about what this community needs when it comes to affordable housing. The design team would like to hear your valuable input.”

 

The goal for Burlingame Phase II is to create a neighborhood environment that will become an asset to the community through well‐informed stakeholder input. This public session is intended to be highly interactive, and all feedback and comments will be recorded. This is an open‐house‐style meeting, so everyone should feel free to drop in at any time during the session.

 

Discussion topics will include:

• Introduction to the design team, process and schedule

• Density agreement

• Site constraints and opportunities

• Concept Master Plan

• Housing Development & Policy Discussion

 

Food and beverages will be provided. For more information, click here.

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