The Sunnyside Neighborhood Plan

Sunnyside United Neighbors, Inc. (SUNI) was formed in 1991 as part of the Sunnyside Neighborhood Plan, a process that brought stakeholders together to identify problems and collaborate on solutions.

Sunnyside’s neighborhood plan is now decades old, yet the vision neighbors and local business and property owners came up with is still relevant today:

“Residents of Sunnyside envision a neighborhood that is safe, beautiful and clean. They see a neighborhood that is inviting for families, with good schools and nice parks. They would like to see the commercial areas cleaned up and improved, bustling with activity, and the industrial area thrive to create new jobs. Read More

Should Sunnyside Care About I-70 East?

All of Sunnyside is within ten blocks of I-70. Sitting in my yard on the corner of 43rd and Umatilla, I’m five blocks south of the Highway, and I can always hear it. I’ve thought of installing a little fountain to mask the sound, but what can I do to block the air pollution? Of course, cities are not perfectly quiet and pristine places, but at some point it is reasonable to say, Enough!

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I-70 Events This Week

For all those who are following the long and contentious debate about the future of Interstate 70 through North Denver, two events this week are of note:
Tomorrow, April 24th, Arturo Jimenez (who represents Sunnyside and other NW neighborhoods on the Denver Public Schools Board of Directors) will introduce a Board resolution asking CDOT to make …

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