Denver Streets for People Summit 

Weather Updates - 4/11/19 - 10AM


  1. Pre-Conference Events (Both Workshop and Bike Tour) are CANCELED with a plan to be rescheduled within the next 1-2 months.

  2. The Outdoor Expo will be MOVED indoors to the Commons on Champa 3rd Floor studio and open at 4:45 PM.

  3. Check-in, as well as childcare, will open at 4:45 PM and the rest of the Summit will proceed AS SCHEDULED.

The Denver Streets for People Summit, brought to you by the Community Active Living Coalition (CALC), a program of Denver Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE), and the Denver Streets Partnership (DSP), is a conference to engage Denverites in a dialogue about how to make our streets safer and more fun for people walking, biking, rolling, or taking transit. 

Our goal is to empower Denver communities to live better, longer, by learning from one another, connecting community leaders and residents, and inspiring action to achieve healthy, active, and equitable neighborhoods in Denver. We hope that this summit will drive us toward our vision where everyone in Denver has access to safe, vibrant places to walk, bike, roll, ride transit, and play.


Learning Objectives for the Denver Streets for People Summit:

  1. Share local success stories, resources, and opportunities.

  2. Explore best practices and ideas from around the world.

  3. Network and collaborate with decision-makers, implementers, and like-minded community members.

Denver CALC values and proactively engages people of diverse experiences and perspectives, and we treat all people, regardless of age, ability, or background, with kindness and respect. When you register for a CALC event, you are joining our community in embracing this value. Thank you for making Denver Streets for People Summit a welcoming, safe, and positive environment for all.

Denver Streets for People Summit

April 11, 2019

Commons on Champa, 1245 Champa St, Denver, CO 80204

4-9 pm

APA/AICP credits available through APA Colorado

Childcare and interpretation available upon request through registration.

The Denver Community Active Living Coalition (CALC) is a program from Denver Department of Public Health and Environment, Denver’s nationally accredited public health agency, working to empower Denver’s communities to live better, longer. CALC is a diverse group of community members who care about health and safety through physical activity. We believe that all Denver residents, regardless of age or ability, should have equitable access to safe and vibrant places to walk, bike, roll, ride transit, and play.


Denver CALC’s mission is to:

  1. Promote healthy lifestyles and active transportation.

  2. Collect data and community input to prioritize community needs.

  3. Advocate for health and equity in all policies throughout Denver.

The grant program is sponsored by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) through the Cancer, Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Disease (CCPD) Grants Program.


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The Denver Streets Partnership is a coalition of community organizations advocating for people-friendly streets in Denver. Our mission is to improve active transportation and transit infrastructure, accessibility, and use to support healthy, inclusive, connected, and sustainable communities. We coordinate advocacy and community engagement efforts in four main areas.

  1. Transportation Funding

  2. Policy Development

  3. Vision Zero

  4. Corridor Transformation

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APA Colorado provides leadership in the development of resilient, inclusive, sustainable and equitable (R.I.S.E.) communities by advocating for excellence in planning and public policy, promoting professional development, and providing education and citizen empowerment for those who are working to protect and enhance the natural and built environment.

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