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A View to the Future: City Fixing Up Inspiration Point Park

A View to the Future: City Fixing Up Inspiration Point Park

Inspiration Point Park is getting an upgrade, thanks to the Elevate Denver bond project; the plan calls for restoring a portion of the historic wall, improvements to the park overlook, installation of a new playground set and new picnic site with shade pavilion, improved ADA parking, and creation of a new traffic circle. The city broke ground on the project during a ceremony on July 2 that drew out Ken Salazar, soon to be ambassador to Mexico.


Inspiration Point Park is getting an upgrade, thanks to the Elevate Denver bond project; the plan calls for restoring a portion of the historic wall, improvements to the park overlook, installation of a new playground set and new picnic site with shade pavilion, improved ADA parking, and creation of a new traffic circle. The city broke ground on the project during a ceremony on July 2 that drew out Ken Salazar, soon to be ambassador to Mexico.
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