Staying connected and informed in our community is easy – there are many ways to receive news and information about what’s happening in Lowry.
Follow the LCMA on social media to receive regular reminders about what’s happening in Lowry, and to get news updates:
Denver Police Department (District 3): For emergencies, including suspected break-ins in process, please call 911. For non-emergency questions or concerns, call (720) 913-1300. District 3 Denver Police also update the community via a private social networking program called NextDoor. When you register for NextDoor, it uses your Lowry address to add you to the right group. Denver Police update on NextDoor based on your geographic location. You can also follow the Denver Police Department on Facebook or visit their website. Lowry’s District 3 Community Resource Officer is Mike Borquez who you can contact by calling 303-505-5471 (cell), or 720-9113-1183,(Desk).
Living Well in Lowry: A quick guide to the happenings in Lowry, pick it up in local businesses or call Julie 720-985-8188 for a copy.
Neighborhood Email Lists:
Certain areas of Lowry have individual email lists – most require you to confirm your residency in that neighborhood.
Northwest Neighborhood (6th Ave north to 11th Ave., Uinta west to Quebec): To join list send an email here.
East Park (bordered by Yosemite, Dayton and Lowry Blvd): To join list email.
Lowry West (Quebec west to Oneida, Alameda north to 4th Ave.): To join list email firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions about Design Review Requests and HOA Covenants, park maintenance or HOA documents: Community Manager: Jennifer Bublitz, MSI, phone: (970) 663-9685 e-mail: email@example.com.
For questions about the LCMA, community events, and neighborhood communications: Executive Director: Mary Carr, LCMA Phone: 720-583-5262 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The official mailing address of the LCMA is: Lowry Community Master Association c/o MSI 11002 Benton St. Westminster, CO 80020-3200
Lowry Next Door – The Denver Police Department and the LCMA use Nextdoor to alert the community about crime and safety issues. Nextdoor provides a way to send information out by neighborhood. The Denver Police Department has alerted neighborhoods about attempted child abductions, thefts, and lockdowns in their area. Most recently, the LCMA used Nextdoor to alert the community about a series of mailbox break-ins in Lowry and the resulting replacement with more secure mailbox kiosks. Neighbors use it to alert each other of break-ins, car theft, suspicious people and more. Nextdoor is also useful for connecting with your neighbors in other ways: notifications about community events, buying and selling items, finding babysitters, and recommending businesses and contractors. Sign up.
Lowry United Neighbors – LUN is a voluntary organization of Lowry neighbors committed to the quality of life in Lowry. LUN offers a chance for residents to learn about a variety of topics, ranging from composting to the preservation of Lowry’s past to zoning for the future. LUN also takes positions on preservation/zoning issues with the City of Denver. LUN, in partnership with the Lowry Foundation, is responsible for the much-attended Lowry Speaker Series (see the LUN calendar for upcoming Speaker events). To get more involved with LUN, email email@example.com to be added to list.
Lowry Foundation – The Lowry Foundation was created to enhance the quality of life and public spaces for the enjoyment of all citizens. It pursues projects and programs of artistic, cultural, educational, historic and recreational value. The Foundation’s projects have included public art and transit art to enhance public spaces, a community grant program to fund improvement projects, the restoration of the Eisenhower Chapel, Lowry’s Reading Garden, the Lowry Speaker Series and many others. Volunteering for and donating to the Lowry Foundation is a great way to benefit the Lowry community. To join their mailing list, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lowry Redevelopment Authority – The Lowry Redevelopment Authority (LRA) is a quasi-governmental, nonprofit entity created by the cities of Denver and Aurora to redevelop the former Lowry Air Force Base. The LRA is the master developer of Lowry, with responsibility for any new development, including land planning, engineering, environmental cleanup, parks construction and sale of property to residential and commercial developers. Currently they are working on the development of the Boulevard One at Lowry, one of the last undeveloped parts of the former Lowry Air Force Base on Quebec at 1st Ave. To find out more about the LRA and the status of Boulevard One at Lowry, go to their website at www.lowryredevelopment.org or call them at (303) 343-0276. LRA meetings are open to the public and public comment is invited. Meetings are typically held at the new LRA office in the Buckley Annex at 7290 E First Ave., Denver, CO 80230.