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The city regularly undertakes projects and programs aimed at enhancing areas around the city. These may include neighborhood improvements, master plans, infrastructure updates, revitalization efforts and much more.

Current Projects

Irondale Neighborhood & Infrastructure Plan

Irondale Project LogoThe city is working to create a plan that identifies and prioritizes needed improvements to infrastructure such as roads, drainage and utilities and update the future land use vision in Irondale to help upgrade infrastructure in the neighborhood.

Visit the Irondale page to learn more

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program

CDBG logo without 40 yearsCommerce City receives federal funding for community projects that benefit low- and moderate-income residents with a goal of helping to provide decent housing, a suitable living environment, and expanded economic opportunities for Commerce City residents.

Visit the CDBG page to learn more
 

Urban Renewal Projects

The following projects are managed by the Commerce City Urban Renewal Authority:

Derby Downtown District

Derby project logoThe historic Derby Downtown District is an important part of Commerce City’s identity. Revitalizing the district, re-establishing it as a destination and enhancing its visibility are just some of the goals of the Derby Master Plan.

Visit the Derby page to learn more 

Mile High Greyhound Park

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The redevelopment process at the former Mile High Greyhound Park envisions the site becoming a vibrant, mixed-use area combining residential, retail, office, civic and educational spaces to help revitalize this historic part of Commerce City.

Visit the Mile High Greyhound Park page to learn more

Neighborhood Associations

Commerce City allows residents of formally-identified neighborhoods to actively organize into neighborhood associations. The goal of a Neighborhood Association is to provide a point of contact for information and build community pride. Unlike most private homeowners’ associations (HOAs), membership is optional in a Neighborhood Association, which cannot establish rules/regulations or levy dues and fines.

Becoming a Neighborhood Association allows residents to collectively voice concerns/questions and receive information directly from the city about crime prevention programs, development activity, events and much more. Neighbors can work with Cultivando to establish membership, boundaries and bylaws, as well as research grant funding for neighborhood improvements or block parties.

Register your neighborhood online

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