Select any of the steps below to learn more about the process.

1. Developers Presented Vision to City Council

January 7, 2019

The presentation was informational only. No formal request was made, and no decision was made. 


Presentation Highlights: 

- National retail trends are shifting and big box stores are closing due to a number of factors, including an increase in online shopping 

- Redevelopment at The Streets at SouthGlenn would allow the site to remain viable and adapt to these trends


2. Small Group Meeting with HOA Representatives

March 5, 2019

City staff and the development team met with a group of 14 representatives from HOAs in the area to gain an initial understanding of opportunities and constraints associated with future redevelopment at The Streets at SouthGlenn. 


3. Community Meeting #1

March 19, 2019

The developers shared their vision to ensure the site remains viable and adapts to changing retail trends, and received feedback from meeting attendees.

Meeting announcements were provided 2 weeks prior to the meeting to:
- Contacts for registered neighborhoods and civic associations within 1 mile
- CenCON
- Adjacent property owners within 200 ft of site

Meeting information was also shared on Centennial’s social media channels. 


4. Pre-Submittal Meeting 

March 20, 2019

The developers met with City Staff and Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority (SEMSWA) to discuss the proposed Master Development Plan (MDP) amendments and learn about the process and requirements. They also shared feedback received from Community Meeting #1.


5. Community Meeting #2

Expected Spring 2019

*Opportunity for Public Input

City staff and the developers have agreed to conduct an additional community meeting (TBD) to respond to resident feedback. 

Meeting announcements will be provided 2 weeks prior to:
- Contacts for registered neighborhoods and civic associations within 1 mile
- CenCON
- Adjacent property owners within 200 ft of site

Meeting information will also be shared on the City website and to anyone who has provided an email address or signed up to receive project updates.


6. Formal Submittal: Staff & Public Review  

Expected Spring 2019

*Opportunity for Public Input

The developers submit proposed MDP amendments to City Staff and stakeholders for review. Once all City Staff comments are addressed, public hearings will be scheduled. 

Who Reviews?

- City Staff
- Residents who provided their email addresses
- CenCON
- SEMSWA
- Littleton Public School District 
- South Arapahoe Sanitation District
- Southeast Englewood Water District 
- South Suburban Park & Recreation District
- South Metro Fire Rescue 
- Arapahoe Libraries
- Urban Drainage and Flood Control District 
- Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office 
- Regional Transportation District (RTD)
- Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT)
- CenturyLink
- Xcel Energy


7. Planning & Zoning Commission Public Hearing 

Expected Summer/Fall 2019

*Opportunity for Public Input

The Planning and Zoning Commission will determine if the proposed MDP amendments meet the criteria listed in the Master Development Agreement and either recommend approval or denial to City Council. 

Meeting announcements will be shared in the same format as Community Meetings 1 & 2. 


8. City Council Public Hearing 

Expected Summer/Fall 2019

*Opportunity for Public Input

City Council will determine if the proposed MDP amendments meet the criteria listed in the Master Development Agreement, and either approve or deny the amendments. 

Meeting announcements will be shared in the same format as Community Meetings 1 & 2. 

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13133 East Arapahoe Road
Centennial, CO  80112

(303) 325-8000 - 24 Hour Citizen Response Center
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