Message from the Association

You’re Invited to Attend - Annual WWPNA Meeting Denver Design Center, 4/24, 7PM

What is happening at Alameda Station?

Navigating around the construction detours at Alameda Station is sure to raise the question “What is going on at Alameda Station?” Traffic lanes on Broadway have blocked and the heavy construction equipment is the fascination of all young children. Parts of buildings have disappeared. Internal Alameda Station streets and safety fences shift around like the staircases in a Harry Potter movie.

Dumpster Removal: How/what can neighbors do to influence Denver government actions.
“Why isn’t WWPNA fighting dumpster removal?”

Councilman Chris Nevitt will be on hand to discuss neighborhood involvement in City decisions. He will discuss and answer questions about how residents can most efectively engage with the City to influence decisions that afect our lives.

Enter at Center and Broadway, park along the center or in the parking lot next to the Yellow Wall sculpture. Signs will direct you from there.

Build a better neighborhood! WWPNA is seeking residents of the West Washington Park neighborhood to build a better neighborhood. Volunteer for projects and/or be part of the WWPNA Board. Six of the twelve elected seats are up for election on 4/24. Contact Jennifer Thijs at or Charlotte Winzenburg at

Submitted by Charlie Busch on April 16, 2014 - 10:52am.