Exercising Passion, Expressing Voice

Take your seat at the table by joining a committee or council of the Downtown Denver Partnership.

Do you want to make a
lasting IMPACT on our great city?

Joining a council is your chance to step up to the mic and become an active city builder. Our committees and councils span a broad range of strategic topics and are open only to our Members.

Our current opportunities for engagement are:

Economic Development Council

Economic Development council Identifies, develops and facilitates the Partnership's role in city, regional and state economic development activities to enhance and maintain the economic vitality of Downtown Denver. Meetings occur on the fourth Thursday of the month from 12 to 1:30 p.m.

Member Experience Council

The Member Experience Council establishes strategies and policy recommendations to ensure that the Downtown Denver Partnership recruits and retains business members from diverse industries representing Downtown. Chaired by Adam Sands of FirstBank, the Member Experience committee meets on the first Thursday of each month from 8 to 9 a.m.

Mobility Council

Mobility Council, chaired by Laura Aldrete of DEN Real Estate and Denver International Airport, plays an important part in identifying, developing nd facilitating the Downtown Denver Partnership's role in providing enhanced mobility options in Downtown. Meetings occur on the fourth Wednesday of each month from 12 to 1:30 p.m.

Public Realm Council

Chaired by Jon Gambrill of Gensler, the Public Realm council focuses on improving the experiences people have in Downtown's public spaces. Meetings occur on the third Thursday of each month from 12 to 1:30 p.m.

CityBuild Denver

CityBuild Denver, chaired by Taylor Rockhold of the Flyfisher Group, engages the next generation of leaders in various events that educate, engage and inspire the community to shape and create a better center city. CityBuild meets on the first Tuesday of each month from 5 to 6:30 p.m.

Housing Task Force

The Downtown Denver Partnership created its Housing Task Force to address the challenges facing residential development in the center city. The taskforce will review and advance housing programs, policies and initiatives that create and diversify housing opportunities in Downtown Denver and the surrounding center city neighborhoods. Comprised of a select group of Partnership Board Members and stakeholders, the task force also works with the Mayor and Denver City Council on several key housing initiatives. Details, including meeting times, are forthcoming.

Women's Council

The Women's Council engages members who are committed to accelerating the growth of businesses founded by women in the Denver Metro region. The Women's Council directly serves The Commons on Champa, the public resource center created by the Downtown Denver Partnership through innovative public-private partnerships to advance economic prosperity through entrepreneurship and innovation. The Council oversees Women on the Rise, a program of The Commons on Champa that fosters community and builds resource and support networks for entrepreneurial women. Monthly meetings are for council members only.