About Lucky District 7
Meet the 4th Tuesday of the month, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Athmar Park Church (2707 W Mississippi Ave.)
Baker Historic Neighborhood Association
2nd Tuesday of the month, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Hirschfeld Tower (333 W. Ellsworth Ave)
College View Neighborhood Association
Second Tuesday of odd months, 7:00 PM
College View Rec Center (2525 S. Decatur Street)
Neighbors Of Overland North
Please contact for meeting times and locations.
Overland Park Neighborhood Association
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM, Studios at Overland Crossing (2205 S. Delaware Street)
Platt Park Peoples Association (3PA)
6:30 PM, Decker Library (1501 S. Logan Street)
Ruby Hill-Godsman Neighborhood Association
3rd Tuesday of the month, 6:15 PM
Garden Park Church Gym (1755 S. Zuni Street)
Valverde Neighborhood Association
6:00 PM - See website for dates
Pop Culture Classroom (2760 W. 5th Ave)
West Wash Park Neighborhood Association
1st Tuesday of each month, 6:30 pm – 8:30 PM
Washington Street Community Center (809 S. Washington Street)
Jolon was elected to the Denver City Council in 2015 to represent Lucky District 7 in south central Denver. During his tenure, Jolon has focused on transportation & mobility, housing and homelessness, sustainability & the environment, and public safety. View progress on these priorities here. Jolon currently serves as President of the Council. The Council President presides over council meetings, determines the committee membership and sits as a member of all the committees. Jolon continues to serve as the Chair of the Mobility & Transportation Task Force and as a council representative on the Special Events and Permitting Advisory Group, the Mayor’s Mobility Working Group, and the Mayor’s Railroad Safety Working Group.
Prior to his election to Denver City Council, Jolon, through The Greenway Foundation, worked with communities adjacent to the South Platte River to improve distressed and underutilized park space and spearheaded the vision for a new five million dollar outdoor learning park right in the heart of District 7 that opened in May of 2015. He has also been an active leader and board member for the Friends of Levitt Pavilion Denver working to bring an outdoor music venue to District 7’s Ruby Hill Park. The Levitt Pavilion opened in 2017 and provides 50 free concerts a year to the community.
A Denver native, Jolon was raised in Wash Park. He attended South High School and Colorado State University. Jolon currently lives in Platt Park with his wife, Sarah and their two children.