The first South Platte RiverFest brings people from all backgrounds together at Confluence Park. The Greenway Leadership Corp (GLC) begins work helping high school students learn more about the environment and become active community members. The Friends of Greenway (FrOG) recurring donation campaign launches to provide additional ways to support the work of The Greenway Foundation.
TGF celebrates its 40th anniversary on June 16, 2014, and the Reception on the River fundraising event celebrates its 10th anniversary. TGF continues to partner in the creation of new Riverside improvements including Grant Frontier Park, Pasquinels Landing, Overland River Corridor, Johnson-Habitat Park and Confluence Park.
Two United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) project studies hit full stride, with a shared goal of benefitting over nine miles of the South Platte River in Denver as well as two of the river’s tributaries – Harvard and Weir Gulches. The Clear Creek Greenway Master Plan focuses on the 14 miles of the Creek in Clear Creek County.