Oak Street Design Workshop

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This website is dedicated to design ideation and feedback collection. For detailed background information on this project, visit Oak Street Stormwater Improvements Project.



Thank you to everyone who contributed to the Oak Street Design Workshop, June 22-28, 2021!


The workshop engaged City staff, residential and business community members throughout the week, and the design team learned a lot about what people would like to see along Oak Street!

Each of the workshops was recorded in English and Spanish and can be found on this page under the "Meeting Recordings" box.

View the Oak Street Design Workshop Summary

Project representatives will continue to engage staff departments to further develop the streetscape design. Once the design concepts have been vetted and verified to meet design standards, updated concepts will be shared with the public.

Sign up to "Stay Informed" in the upper right hand corner or periodically visit this webpage to view updated concepts when available.




About the June 22-28 Streetscape Design Workshop:

Workshop Purpose

The Oak Street Design Workshop is a week-long series of virtual meetings and presentations to share your ideas on enhancing the streetscape in the Oak Street project area (image above). Streetscape designs based on your feedback will be developed, shared and updated throughout the week.

Workshop Goal

The goal of the workshop is to develop a design that not only reduces flooding and increases water quality but also reflects the importance of City of Fort Collins and community priorities, interests and values.



This website is dedicated to design ideation and feedback collection. For detailed background information on this project, visit Oak Street Stormwater Improvements Project.



Thank you to everyone who contributed to the Oak Street Design Workshop, June 22-28, 2021!


The workshop engaged City staff, residential and business community members throughout the week, and the design team learned a lot about what people would like to see along Oak Street!

Each of the workshops was recorded in English and Spanish and can be found on this page under the "Meeting Recordings" box.

View the Oak Street Design Workshop Summary

Project representatives will continue to engage staff departments to further develop the streetscape design. Once the design concepts have been vetted and verified to meet design standards, updated concepts will be shared with the public.

Sign up to "Stay Informed" in the upper right hand corner or periodically visit this webpage to view updated concepts when available.




About the June 22-28 Streetscape Design Workshop:

Workshop Purpose

The Oak Street Design Workshop is a week-long series of virtual meetings and presentations to share your ideas on enhancing the streetscape in the Oak Street project area (image above). Streetscape designs based on your feedback will be developed, shared and updated throughout the week.

Workshop Goal

The goal of the workshop is to develop a design that not only reduces flooding and increases water quality but also reflects the importance of City of Fort Collins and community priorities, interests and values.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Share feedback on draft concepts as they compare to the existing intersections.  

    This survey is to get your feedback on streetscape design concepts developed during the June 22-28 workshop. More specifically, you will be asked for input on the concepts developed for four major intersections within the project: Oak/Howes, Oak/Washington, Oak/Shields, and Oak/Jackson.

    The design team will consider your feedback, and the next design draft will be a 30%-complete design draft shared in Fall 2021. 

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Share how you use the area and what your preferences are today and into the future. 

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