38th Avenue


38th Avenue Corridor Plan Final Report 

38th Avenue Corridor Plan (2011)

Activate 38 Community Grant

Localworks, a private non-profit organization that works with Wheat Ridge, received a Kaiser Permanente Community Grant in 2017 to increase walking, bicycling, transit use, and wheelchair rolling along 38th Avenue between Kipling Street and Youngfield Street.  Visit the Localworks project website or contact Localworks for more information.

Ridge at 38

In 2012, the 38th Avenue Leadership Committee, composed of businesses, property owners, and residents with a stake in 38th Avenue, took lead on some key recommendations in the 38th Avenue plan, including the development of a corridor-wide marketing strategy. They were heavily involved in the development of the corridors new brand - Ridge at 38. The goals of the branding process were to promote the district to residents and visitors, to attract future investment, and to create increased activity along the W 38th Avenue corridor. The brand image is utilized in all advertising, marketing and branding initiatives to represent the corridor. Ridge at 38 Logo