The Cheyenne Downtown Business Association is planning a forum on parking in downtown Cheyenne later this month, according to a Friday news release.

According to the release, the forum will be held on August 15 and 16 from 6-8 p.m. in the Cottonwood Room of the Laramie County Library.

According to the release, anyone with an interest in the downtown parking issues-including Cheyenne City Council members, police, business owners, people who shop in the area, those who work downtown, people who live in the area, and anyone else with an interest in solving the downtown parking issues is invited to attend.

The release says the goal is to find possible solutions to parking issues in downtown Cheyenne as well as come up with ideas that could be presented to the city.

The release says the forums will also work ''to address misperceptions about downtown parking for the general public."

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For those not familiar with the Cheyenne Downtown Business Association, the release offers the following information:

The Cheyenne Downtown Business Association (CDBA) is a new non-profit organization primarily consisting of downtown business owners who are volunteering their time to promote growth and development for the downtown community. The CDBA’s mission is to identify, plan, and execute ideas and initiatives that advocate for the enhancement of downtown Cheyenne as a center for commerce, a destination for visitors, and an asset for the Cheyenne community.

To learn more about the CDBA, please visit:




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