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Fall 2021 Public Open Houses

Thank you to everyone who was able to attend one of our October and November public open houses. We appreciate your feedback as we work to identify transmission line routes and substation site locations. If you are unable attend, meeting materials and fact sheets are available in our Library.

Additional public open houses will be held in early 2022 to gather feedback on our revised transmission line routes and substation site options. A detailed meeting schedule will be available on our website in the coming weeks.

Watch your local newspaper for meeting announcements:

  • Aurora Sentinel
  • Akron News Reporter
  • Brush News Tribune
  • Burlington Record
  • Castle Pines News Press
  • Castle Rock News Press
  • Cheyenne Wells Range Ledger
  • Colorado Springs Gazette
  • Colorado Springs Independent
  • Douglas County News Press
  • Elbert County News

  • Elbert County Tribune
  • El Semanario
  • Flagler News
  • Fort Lupton Press
  • Fort Morgan Times
  • Fountain Valley News
  • Fowler Tribune
  • Greeley Tribune
  • Kiowa County Press
  • Lamar Ledger
  • La Voz Bilingue

  • Limon Leader
  • Keenesburg Lost Creek Guide
  • Monument Our Community News
  • New Falcon Herald
  • Otis Telegraph
  • Parker Chronicle
  • Plainsman Herald
  • Pueblo Chieftain
  • Simla Ranchland News
  • Wray Gazette
  • Yuma Pioneer


Past Events

September 2021 Virtual Routing & Siting Town Halls

Thank you to everyone who attended one of our virtual town halls to learn about the progress being made on Colorado’s Power Pathway, including the development of focus areas for identification of transmission line routes and substation sites. View meeting recordings in English and Español or review a copy of the meeting presentation. Hard copies of the presentation are available upon request.

June 2021 Virtual Introductory Meetings

Xcel Energy hosted virtual introductory meetings in June 2021 to provide information about Colorado’s Power Pathway, the benefits it will bring to your community and the process used to identify the locations of the proposed transmission lines and substations. View meeting recordings in English and Español or review a copy of the meeting presentation.


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