Colorado Smelter Revitalization Plan

Introduction

Join us to improve our neighborhoods of Bessemer, Eilers Heights in Bojon Town, and the Grove, which surround the Colorado Smelter Superfund Site.

The Colorado Smelter Revitalization Plan ("CSRP") proposes strategies in three themes: Connectivity and Cultural Heritage, Thriving Neighborhoods, and Vibrant Commercial. The City of Pueblo, partner agencies, and the neighborhood associations have been working with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on this plan since 2016.

Please provide public comments before July 22. After the plan is complete, the Pueblo City Council will adopt the plan.

Document

Colorado Smelter Revitalization Plan, drafted in July 2019, revised in May 2020

Survey

2020 June: CSRP Strategies Evaluation

Public Meetings


2020 June 25th Planning Department meeting: Briefing | (70-minute Video)

2020 June 23rd Bessemer Association for Neighborhood Development (BAND) meeting: (40-minute Video)

2020 June 11th Grove Area Partnership (GAP) neighborhood meeting: (35-minute Video)

Calendar (Save the Dates)

July 22nd, comment period closed.

September 9th, Planning & Zoning Commission considers revised plan in a public meeting.

October 5th, City Council may adopt plan by resolution (if P&Z recommends it).

Contact 

City Planning and Community Development Department
211 East D Street, Pueblo, CO 81003
PlanningLandUse@Pueblo.us

Public participation: Bart Mikitowicz, planner, 719-553-2321
Project management: Alan Lamberg, senior planner, 719-553-2241

Partners

City of PuebloCounty of PuebloPueblo Dept. of Public Health and Environment
The Bessemer, Eilers/Bojon Town, Grove Improvement Network (BEGIN)
NeighborWorks of Southern Colorado
Colorado Smelter Community Advisory Group
CO Dept. of Public Health and Environment
CO Dept. of Transportation
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
U.S. Economic Development Administration
U.S. Dept. of Transportation
U.S. Housing and Urban Development
Evraz Rocky Mountain Steel