Irondale Project LogoLocated in central Commerce City along the northwest border of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, the historic Irondale neighborhood is home to residents, businesses, industry and more. The city is partnering with Ayres Associates to create a plan that identifies and prioritizes needed improvements to areas like roads, land use, drainage and utilities to help upgrade infrastructure in the neighborhood for the future.

We Want to Hear From You

Irondale main project topics

Residents, business owners and their customers, employees who work in the neighborhood, and drivers who travel through it are all essential to creating a plan that works for the people who spend time in Irondale. What do you think should stay the same? What needs to improve? The feedback we collect will combine with research data to create the final neighborhood plan.

Public Meetings

Two public meetings have been held thus far to collect public feedback on the project:
November 2, 2017 - Initial comments on current issues and needed improvements in the neighborhood.
January 30 - Review of two scenarios for development in the neighborhood and initial recommendations for potential improvements.

One more public meeting is upcoming for the project; likely in April or May, to share information and collect feedback on the proposed final plan.

Join the Conversation 

If you have knowledge of the neighborhood, insights about infrastructure challenges or suggestions for improvements in Irondale, please contact:

Matt Ashby, AICP, CUD
Urban Planner – Ayres Associates
AshbyM@AyresAssociates.com
970-797-3595

Irondale Today

Irondale neighbhorhood map

The neighborhood includes a mix of residential properties, businesses, industrial centers and even agriculture. Change is already happening in Irondale as new development takes place, so it’s important to plan for the future of the area in a thoughtful and collaborative way. This project will create a vision for Irondale’s future to help guide growth and change in the neighborhood and make sure the right improvements happen in the right order.

Project Timeline and Process

Irondale project meeting timeline

  • Fall 2017: Discover
    Identify the vision for the future of Irondale and understand existing conditions
  • Early 2018: Explore + Assess 
    Review and comment on alternatives

  • Spring 2018: Implement
    Structure the final plan
  • Mid-2018: Formal adoption of the plan