The original item was published from September 27, 2018 12:11 PM to December 14, 2021 10:10 AM
Set your plans for the month ahead with our list of five things to know for October.
Feedback sought for My Mainstreet project conceptual site plans:
Combining community feedback, market analysis and existing planning and zoning documents, conceptual site plans for the four downtown sites comprising the My Mainstreet project were developed and released in September. The community is encouraged to review the renderings and provide their feedback via surveys below each concept video. Weigh in on the designs on the My Mainstreet project page on Let’s Talk Parker.
My Mainstreet is a community effort to encourage the right growth in the right places in downtown Parker. The goal is for P3 – Partnering for Parker’s Progress and the Town to partner with residents, business owners and developers to define what the community would like to see on the sites and what is feasible for the private market to develop.
Redesigned Town websites live:
A trio of refreshed Town websites went live in September. Sites with new looks include the main Town of Parker website (www.ParkerOnline.org), Parker Arts (www.ParkerArts.org) and the Parker Police Department (www.ParkerPolice.org).
These new websites were designed to be mobile-friendly and more quickly connect residents to important information and resources.
A redesigned Parker Parks and Recreation website is scheduled to launch in October.
Celebrate Halloween in Parker:
Get your family in the spirit of Halloween with a pair of spooktacular events. Parker Parks and Recreation’s popular Fieldhouse Fright Night returns Oct. 20 with a variety of family-friendly activities. Kids will be entertained with Spook Skate, Rock’n Halloween at the Climbing Wall, costume contest, arts and crafts and more.
Then on Halloween, start your trek for treats downtown with the Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club’s Trick or Treat on Mainstreet from 3:30 to 7 p.m.
Town Council election approaching:
Voters will elect three representatives to serve four-year terms on the Parker Town Council in November. Candidates, in the order they will appear on the ballot, are Danielle Ozaluk, Jeff Toborg, Stephen Curtis, Robert Mark Ihrig, Renee Williams, Terry Dodd, Todd Hendreks, Michelle Rene Kelly, Elissa Flaumenhaft and Cheryl Poage.
A 2018 Regular Election information page has been added to the Town website, which includes biographies submitted by the candidates.
A Parker area candidate forum, hosted by the Parker Area Chamber of Commerce, will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 17 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the PACE Center, 200000 Pikes Peak Avenue. All candidates running for Parker Town Council have been invited to participate in this forum.
Monthly public meetings:
Parker Town Council will meet at 7 p.m. Mondays, Oct. 1 and 15 in the Council Chambers at Town Hall, 20120 E. Mainstreet. The Council will hold study sessions at 5:30 p.m. Mondays Oct. 8 and 22 in the Pikes Peak Community Room at Town Hall.
The Parker Planning Commission will hold meetings at 7 p.m. Thursdays, Oct. 11 and 25 in the Council Chambers at Town Hall.
The Parker Special Licensing Authority will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18 in the Council Chambers at Town Hall.
Agendas, minutes and meeting packets for all Town meetings can be found here.