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Acclamation Voting at General Meeting on 11/28

 At the start of the November Meeting, three topics will be up for General Membership approval. Only paid CCNNA Members in attendance are eligible to vote on the first two; only paid Members of CHUN may vote on the third. Voting will be by acclamation.

Revised Articles of Incorporation of the Cherry Creek North Neighborhood Association: To revise, clarify and condense outdated wording while adhering to the Denver City Code for Registered Neighborhood Organizations. Details on these Articles can be found HERE.

Re-Election of Board Members: On a rotating basis, every year one third of the CCNNA Board of Directors are up for renewal of their three-year term. Residents attending the November meeting vote by acclamation. This year, the board members who are up for renewal are: Bob Vogel, Arvino Singh, and Annette Woodward.

Election of Neighborhood Representatives to CHUN: Annette Woodward, CCNNA representative to Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods (CHUN) will discuss the roll of that organization and why CCNNA supports it. This vote is for members of CHUN only.

Cherry Creek Development Update

If you missed September's General Meeting, take a moment to look at this PDF of the excellent presentation given by City Council District 10 Representative Wayne New. The information given here is correct to the best of our knowledge. Click here to download.

CCNNA Member Outing: Denver Philharmonic Orchestra

Gather a group from your block and come enjoy an evening of great music on Friday, November 17th at 7:30 p.m. The Denver Philharmonic Orchestra presents top-notch classical music in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere that includes an informative pre-concert chat, complimentary coffee, cash bar and other fun surprises to compliment the music. Specially priced tickets for current CCNNA Members are just $17.50 and kids 12 and under are free!

About the Show: O Beautiful

Composer Peter Boyer’s sweeping and cinematic symphony, Ellis Island: The Dream of America underscores the true words of American immigrants. Actors from Cherry Creek Theatre Company perform seven heartfelt and hilarious stories that seamlessly weave into the “well crafted and emotionally resonant” piece (The Dallas Morning News). O Beautiful kicks off with Aaron Copland’s American anthem, Fanfare for the Common Man and a suite from the incomparable George & Ira Gershwin’s Porgy & Bess.

IMPORTANT: Registration does not include tickets to the show. Your registration confirmation email will include instructions for purchasing your specially priced tickets to the show.

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VIDEO: Cherry Creek North: A Retrospective

 CCNNA is a Registered Neighborhood Association (RNO).  Find out more about RNOs from "The Profile - Washington Park" .  Click here.

Find Out What's Happening at Ross-Cherry Creek Library

There's something for everyone at Ross-Cherry Creek (305 Milwaukee St.) from baby story time to engaging lectures, crafts and music events. The best part? It's all free and open to everyone!


Smart Parking at Cherry Creek Mall

The enormous amount of redevelopment in Cherry Creek North has put a premium on available area parking. In turn, the Cherry Creek Shopping Center has seen an increasing number of non-shoppers over-utilizing its surface lots and covered spaces which have an intended priority for customers and patrons. This has now necessitated the introduction of paid parking in the Shopping Center with a one-hour grace period and in some cases individual store validation. Beginning in mid-January 2017, the first hour will be free; the second hour will cost $3; the third hour $1, and additional hours will cost $2 each, with a daily maximum of $16.

There is a silver lining however, it's Smart Parking. When a vehicle enters, a camera will snap the license plate as a ticket is issued. Customers will carry their ticket with them and, upon leaving the mall, insert the ticket into one of 27 conveniently located, highly visible kiosks. Validation for less than 1 hour or from a store will be recorded. If any payment is due, the kiosks accept bills (no coins), credit and debit cards. An optional feature will even show the location of the parked car. Patrons will have reasonable time (to be announced) to reach their car and leave. When a ticket has been processed, another “eye” at each exit will recognize the license plate as the car approaches, and the guard arm will automatically open without the insertion of a ticket, speeding exit.

Want more? Brio and Elway’s, the AMC Movie Theaters, The Container Store and Boulder Running Company have already announced they will validate. Other retailers may come on board. Validations will occur at point of purchase. Safeway anticipates most of its customers will spend less than an hour and their kiosk will be at their exit. Red, green and blue lights will quickly alert covered space-seekers to “in use,” “available” and “ADA” spaces respectively. Fees will be waived during community events such as Cherry Creek Fresh Markets, Cherry Creek Arts Festival and the Cherry Creek Sneak. Coming soon: a third dedicated lane exiting the Center onto Steele Street. For more information please visit: www.shopcherrycreek.com/smartparking.


Check out Denver's Community Planning and Development Site for the Cherry Creek Neighborhood!

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