Vibrant. Historic. Diverse.

Welcome all neighbors and fellow Denverites. We encourage participation in our RNO and in the life of the community. Attend our monthly meeting. Join a committee. View our events calendar. Or just learn more about what we do to preserve the past and plan for the future of our amazing neighborhood.

CPN considers all residents, property owners, and business owners in Curtis Park to be members of the organization, and eligible to vote on matters put before the general membership.  No membership dues are required.

About Curtis Park Neighbors

Curtis Park Neighbors (CPN) is a Registered Neighborhood Organization (RNO) in Denver, Colorado. RNOs, as defined in the Denver Revised Municipal Code, are officially recognized by the City, “to notify such organizations in advance of occasions when decisions are to be reached on certain matters affecting their neighborhoods; and to afford representatives of such organizations the opportunity to present the positions of the organizations at such times.”

 Context map by Eric Ross
Context map by Eric Ross

Registered boundaries of CPN and all RNOs are available on Denver’s web site.

CPN was officially incorporated in 1989 as a non-profit corporation, originally called the Curtis Park Block Council.

As an RNO, Curtis Park Neighbors advocates for the community interest in and around the Curtis Park neighborhood, part of the Five Points statistical neighborhood. CPN has held historic preservation and education as a core part of its purpose since its inception.