Quincy Farm Master Plan
Update - November 2020:
Natalie Anderson submitted a draft Management Plan for the farm for consideration at the October 20th City Council meeting. Before the City proceeds in exploring options, City Council is interested to hear from residents about their opinions regarding the future of Quincy Farm. A strategy for public outreach is being developed. Once it is finalized, the information will be posted on the City’s website and social media pages and included in the Village Crier. If you would like to sign up to receive emails about Quincy Farm updates, you can sign up at www.cherryhillsvillage.com/NotifyMe . Questions can also be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Update from September 1st City Council meeting:
Upon recommendation from the Quincy Farm Committee, City Council voted that the City suspend all activities related to the Quincy Farm Master Plan and fully explore the opportunity of a potential transfer of Quincy Farm outlined in the letter of interest from the Anderson family. Therefore, Quincy Farm Committee meetings are suspended until further notice.
Update from August 18th Quincy Farm Committee meeting:
At its August meeting, the Quincy Farm Committee voted to recommend that City Council :
1) Pause work on the Quincy Farm Master Plan, and
2) Explore the opportunity presented in a letter of interest from Catherine Anderson’s family regarding a possible transfer of Quincy Farm back to the family or a newly formed family foundation.
These recommendations will be presented to City Council at the Sept. 1, 2020 Council meeting. This page will be updated again following that meeting.
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Previous work : Quincy Farm’s Conservation Easement required the City to present a short-term management plan to Colorado Open Lands within the first year. This short-term plan (below) makes recommendations for Quincy Farm for 2017-2021.