The 303 ArtWay Community Festival has been postponed!

UPDATE: This event has been POSTPONED. Stay tuned for the new date!

The 303 ArtWay Community Festival is an opportunity for advocates, artists, community residents, and city leaders use quick, on-the-ground improvements to set a vision for longer-term safety changes that align with the Vision Zero goal of zero traffic fatalities and serious injuries. This event will feature food, games, and other family-friendly activities, including interactive displays showcasing how to make our streets and public spaces more people-friendly!

The proposed 303 ArtWay Heritage Trail is a 4-mile pedestrian and bike route connecting the 40th and Colorado Transit Station to Holly Square and the Dahlia Campus for Health and Well Being in Northeast Park Hill. The vision of the project is to create a people-friendly path that encourages walking or bicycling activity, increases safety and celebrates the rich cultural history of the Northeast Park Hill community.

Call for Volunteers!

We need volunteers to make this event happen! For a list of volunteer opportunities and to sign up, visit!

Check out the following videos about WalkDenver’s tactical urbanism projects:

13th Avenue Traffic Calming Demonstration

Over the Colfax Clover

Reimagine West Colfax

Bee JP (Great Paths: The Boulevard at Jefferson Park)

Better Block Five Points

Better Block Jefferson Park

Slow City: One Day in Denver was a collaborative project led by our partners at Walk2Connect. On April 26, 2014, 27 people walked 13.5 miles across the city of Denver in search of experiences that fuel the yearning for a slow city. A slow city where people get out of their cars and connect with the delightful and gritty nuances that make Denver home. And, where people travel at a speed where they can connect with their environment and one another.

Our project was part of the larger One Day in Denver city-wide, participatory media event. The resulting media will be showcased in an interactive geo-tagged archive and a TV series on the future of the American city.