Ruby Hill-Godsman January 2018 Meeting Notes

Text on a wintry background that reads "Ruby Hill-Godsman Neighborhood Association January Meeting"

Officer Rueban Garduño –  District 4 Police

  • Crime stats down for the district and for Ruby Hill over last year
  • Next month’s Community Advisory meetings:
    • Spanish: Feb 8, 6pm at Iglesia Ciudad de Dios, 5255 W Warren Ave, Denver, CO 80227
    • English: Feb 14, 6pm at District 4 station, 2100 S Clay St, Denver, CO 80219
  • Join the DPD virtual neighborhood on the Pocketgov app or website to get crime alerts, neighborhood stats, and other info from DPD
  • You may qualify for a FREE​ auto theft prevention device through the Honda 100 Project paid in full by the Denver Police Department – Contact Officer Garduño or stop by District 4 for more information

Andy Stewart – City and County of Denver

Be a Smart Ash

Overland Park Golf Course Festival Update

David Erlich, Local Executive Producer, Superfly
Megan, Ruby Hill Rep to the Neighborhood Committee
Helene, Neighbors of Overland North
  • Superfly has hired a traffic engineer and consultant; Ken Worstad from Creighton Manning
    • Will work with neighborhoods on traffic plan before going to the City
  • There will also be a security plan, a signage plan, an environmental plan, etc. all reviewable and commented on by the neighborhoods before they go to the City
  • Currently work is being done on naming and marketing. A formal announcement of the festival will come in late February/early March
  • Jacqui and Helene are part of the neighborhood committee presenting our concerns, questions, and comments to Superfly. The committee includes representatives from Ruby Hill, Athmar, NOON, Overland Park Neighborhood Association (OPNA), Neighbors of Overland North (NOON), the Golf Course, and Councilman Clark’s office
  • Community foundation component – David is pushing for multiple small grants to go to local charitable organizations.
    • An advisory board from the community will provide recommendations on local non-profits to give the grants to. $50-60k annually. Part for the first year has already been designated for the Greenway Foundation and the Levitt Foundation
    • The fund will be administrated by the Denver Foundation
    • Helene encourages us to start thinking of small, local (west-side), non-profits that could benefit from a small grant and do direct good within our neighborhoods
  • There will be further formal outreach to the community to weigh in on the various plans, but the next gathering will be an informal meeting with the Superfly marketing team, at Bear Creek Distillery at 6:30pm on January 30th


  • Logos for our neighborhood association were reviewed by a small group and the strongest option will be presented to the full neighborhood association next month.
  • Sharona reports the RNO is not currently a 503(c), but paperwork is in process

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