Cutting the ribbon are Arapahoe County Commissioner Nancy Sharpe, GV Mayor Pro-Tem George Lantz, GV Councilor Judy Hilton, 18th Judicial District Judge Gary Kramer and his dog Lily, GV Councilor Steve Moran, Belleview Elementary fifth grader, 10-year-old Luke Strandes, GV Mayor Ron Rakowsky, GV Parks, Trails, & Recreation Director Suzanne Moore, PTR Commission members Sarah Dormer, youth at-large commissioner, Kathy McClintock and Chair Brent Neiser.
On October 25, Greenwood Village celebrated the completion of its restoration of the Goldsmith Gulch Channel. Located east of the RTD parking lot at Yosemite Street and Fair Avenue, the passive park and quiet stream connects existing GV trails to the park and ride, as well as nearby neighborhoods. Designed by Mark Taylor of the Architerra Design Group out of California, this $2 million project was also supported by Arapahoe County Open Spaces funds and Urban Drainage and Flood Control.
A view of the stream and open space at Goldsmith Gulch, with RTD park and ride and office buildings in the backgrounding.
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