* Denotes Accomplished Goals
Brookfield has stopped honoring Benjamin Stapleton by replacing Forest City’s brand with a new image and message.
We still need to hold the new developer accountable to the goals in Forest City’s contract with the city of Denver, legally obligating them to build 10 percent of for-sale units as affordable housing reasonably on pace with market rate homes. Promote the community as originally intended; an environmentally friendly, walk-able neighborhood in Denver, with a range of housing and job types, and an emphasis on inclusiveness.
Forest City is reevaluating their signage program in 2017.
Update brand/marketing complete with a website.
Rename Stapleton Drive N & Stapleton S Drive..
We applaud the newly renamed DSST: Montview High School and DSST Montview Middle School for taking this bold step—and for the brave conversations and thoughtful, collaborative, & transparent process they engaged in to reach this decision. You are a model for our community. 👏🏿👏🏾👏🏽👏🏻
After a two year long, school-driven effort, their Stapleton Campus has now been renamed DSST: Montview. A name much more representative of their mission and school community, “Montview” means “Mountain View” and is also a historic street that spans the neighborhoods where their students are from.
Create a Business Advisory Team to assist small businesses who would like to remove the name. Many business owners used the name, not knowing his history. We aren’t pointing a finger at these businesses or labeling them as bigots. We simply want to celebrate those who removed the name and put together a team to help support businesses who are considering removing the name.
Stapleton Master Community Association (MCA) discontinue the use of the name in their branding, signage, logo-wear, etc.
On Wednesday, June 17, the Master Community Association (MCA) delegates voted unanimously to advise the MCA Board to remove the name of a Klansman from our community.