See the flyer for locations!
See the flyer for locations!
As we continue in our efforts to share information about the Evergreen LID with the community, we will be making some adjustments to our website while we build an entirely new site that will host Frequently Asked Questions, Videos and other great content. In the meantime, Evergreenlegacyfund.org, Evergreenlegacyfund.com and Evergreenlegacyfund.net will all redirect to this site: greaterdeed.wordpress.com.
We apologize for anyone being directed to the old WordPress site if you have an old link from a previous post or you had saved it in your “favorites” or “history” folders for quick access – it will say that the authors took the site down. We didn’t…we just changed the URL. Thanks for your patience while we get all the technical stuff worked out!
Attached is a Thank You letter that will be going out to all of our dedicated Evergreen Legacy Fund Members who help move the cause of improving our Evergreen infrastructure forward. In it, you will find updates on what we’ve been up to and where we’re headed in 2017. Thanks!!!
It was our pleasure to present to the Rotary Club of Evergreen this morning. We were asked to cover the background of DEED as well as the Evergreen Legacy Fund, what projects we’ve been working on and where we are headed in the future. They captured the presentation on video and the entire 1/2 hour presentation can be seen here at this link: Rotary Presentation 10/2/15
The slides for this presentation can also be found here: DEED Rotary Presentation 100215
Join us for the Connector Trail Celebration!
Almost done. Come celebrate June 3!
The long-awaited Evergreen Lake Connector Trail is almost finished, and Evergreen Park & Recreation District (EPRD) And the Downtown Evergreen Economic District (DEED) would like you to join us in celebrating with a Community Walk from downtown to Evergreen Lake House on Wednesday, June 3, 2015. We’ll finish up by cutting the ribbon during the season’s first Evergreen Lake Summer Concert.
Parents, bring your kids and strollers! Wheelchair and walker users, join the fun! This is our chance to celebrate that Evergreen finally has an accessible lake trail!
Start Walking at Beau Jo’s
The walk starts at 5:30 PM in the parking lot in front of Beau Jo’s Pizza in downtown Evergreen. Following a short ceremony recognizing the people and organizations that made the project a reality, we will take to the trail, crossing the new 200-foot sloped bridge on our newly accessible way to Evergreen Lake House. The walk is about three-quarters of a mile long.
Cut the Ribbon at Evergreen Lake House
Officials will cut the ribbon for the new Connector Trail at the Summer Concert at Evergreen Lake House at 6:15 PM. Please stay and enjoy the concert, featuring the rock band Egg Planet, which ends at 9 PM. Shuttle buses will be available to return walkers to their cars downtown, or they can walk back on the accessible trail.
The Connector Trail project was funded by a $250,000 grant from Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) and a $30,000 contribution from the Evergreen Legacy Fund (ELF), plus in-kind donations of services and material. The Legacy Fund is derived from a voluntary 1 percent donation on sales of products and services at businesses to support infrastructure.
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The Lake Trail has been making great strides! The railings are being completed this week (possibly into next week depending on all this wet weather!). Here are some Photographs of the work completed in the last week:
More photos to come as the project winds up!