Denver wants feedback about how it should distribute hundreds of millions of dollars in bonds over the next several years.
Next year, Denver's General Obligation Bonds will appear on the ballot.
These bonds come up every 10 years and help pay for longer-term projects across the city and county like parks, roads and buildings. Tuesday was the first of six community meetings to get public input about which projects matter most.
The public input process continues through Dec. 21.
The next one Thursday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Teller Elementary School.
The last GO bond was the Better Denver Bond Program in 2007, which provided funding for more than 380 projects related to health and human services, public safety and culture.