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Show-and-Tell Streets Event Coming to 13th

Show-and-Tell Streets Event Coming to 13th
Posted on 09/17/2021

The city of Aurora’s 13th Avenue Mobility Study is moving along, with opportunities on Oct. 5 and 7 to provide feedback on some initial concepts for improvements along the corridor between Yosemite Street and the High Line Canal Trail.

Family Friendly Streets Event
Tuesday, Oct. 5, anytime between 3:30 and 6:30 p.m.
On 13th Avenue between Kenton and Lansing streets

Join us for this free outdoor event to see, test and provide feedback on possible street improvements. This fun, interactive experience along a two-block stretch will offer temporary installation of different types of changes to the street in a “show-and-tell” setting. Enjoy family friendly activities, food and music while exploring the potential types of improvements. Ask questions and tell us what you think. No registration required; just show up.

Virtual Community Open House (on Zoom)
Thursday, Oct. 7, 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Register in advance for this meeting at or directly via this link

If you need language interpretation for the meeting, email by Sept. 23.
In support of the 13th Avenue Multimodal Mobility Study, multiple ideas are in development on several potential changes to 13th Avenue. The initial options (based on community input gathered so far) seek to address key issues, concerns and opportunities that have been shared by many who live, work or go to school in this area. Join us to hear about different options, including wider sidewalks, traffic calming and bike lanes. Through an interactive format, share your thoughts on each of the ideas, which the project team will use to refine and further develop. Some options may reduce current on-street parking, increase current sidewalk widths, impact landscaping within public right-of-way and reduce current automobile travel lane widths.

The city is conducting the 13th Avenue Multimodal Mobility Study to create a community-driven plan to improve safety and mobility for pedestrians, bicyclists, drivers, transit riders and others along the corridor in Aurora. A draft plan will be available in early 2022.

This important corridor connects residents, students and businesses to their neighborhood, city and region and to places like schools, parks, a light rail station, trails, job centers, stores and restaurants.

For more information, visit For questions, contact Tom Worker-Braddock at 303.739.7340 or

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