Previous projects managed by the Glenwood Springs Downtown Development Authority.
Downtown Alley Project
The City of Glenwood Springs’ alleys are an important, yet underutilized part of the City’s downtown pedestrian-friendly street network. Beautification and improvement of the downtown alley system is an objective of the DDA. The purpose of this strategy is to identify ways to improve downtown alleys for pedestrian and business access and to address impediments
Downtown Library Campus
The DDA was instrumental in facilitating the collaboration between the Garfield County Library District, Colorado Mountain College and the City to co-locate these facilities in the downtown between 9th and Grand and 9th and Cooper. Without the DDA’s involvement, the City risked losing the library to a location outside the downtown area. As a part of this
Take A Chair, Enliven Downtown Promotion
Take a Chair; Enliven Downtown in 2012, a program designed to put more gathering spots in the form of colorful outdoor chairs and umbrellas that will create new spaces and places for social interaction in the downtown. The DDA board underwrote the cost of these chairs, and offered them to businesses and organizations in the