Congress on New Urbanism Survey

The Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) is the leading organization promoting walkable, neighborhood-based development as an alternative to sprawl. CNU takes a proactive, multi-disciplinary approach to restoring our communities. Members are the life of the organization – they are the planners, developers, architects, engineers, public officials, investors, and community activists who create and influence our built environment, transforming growth patterns from the inside out. Whether it's bringing restorative plans to hurricane-battered communities in the Gulf Coast, turning dying malls into vibrant mixed-use neighborhoods, or reconnecting isolated public housing projects to the surrounding fabric, new urbanists are providing leadership in community building.

Our relationship with our members allows us to do more than just talk about the problems of the built environment. Together, we are creating tools that make it easier to put New Urbanism into practice around the world.

As a community that was developed using the principles supported by CNU, they are honoring Stapleton with a visit. The participants of CNU 17 will be visiting Stapleton on June 11th. They have developed a very nice brochure for the participants (a link to the brochure is provided below).
 
The Congress on New Urbanism has also put a survey together on Stapleton and are asking residents to complete the survey. If you'd like to complete the survey, please click on the link below, complete the survey and return it to deidre.oss@denvergov.org no later than June 9, 2009 at 5pm.
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