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City of Fort Collins proposes plan for Midtown area

Open for public review, the Fort Collins Midtown area draft plan was recently completed and is now looking for feedback from Fort Collins residents.

The Midtown area is made up of South College Avenue, running from south of Prospect to Harmony, as well as extending west to the Mason Corridor and east in the Foothills Mall area.

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Plans for this section of Fort Collins include creating a “cohesive identity and design vision,” according to the City of Fort Collins website. In conjunction with the upcoming MAX transit service, the design plan “seeks to compliment current and forthcoming investment by developing a vision and associated land use tools to guide the design of future redevelopment.”

The Midtown Urban Design Plan open house will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. June 27 at 415 E. Monroe.

Collegian is developing  more information on the plan.

 

Full plan details and surveys are available at the City of Fort Collins website.

 

Content producer Corinne Winthrop can be reached at news@collegian.com.

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