Park is our City's birthplace, where the discovery of gold in 1858 led to the
founding of Denver. Back in the 1970s, the river was not a place where people
wanted to hang out. Trash lined the river banks and the water was heavily polluted.
The Greenway Foundation was created in 1974 with the mission of restoring the
river. Since that time, Foundation has partnered with the City and County of
Denver to clean up the area, create pedestrian and biking trails and parks and
natural areas. Now Denver Parks and Recreation, partnering with the
Urban Drainage and Flood Control District and the Greenway Foundation, is preparing to develop a new master plan
for Confluence Park and the surrounding waterways for a better future. Your input is critical to this process, so thank you for taking a few minutes to complete this survey!