FAQ - Civic Center and CityCenter Englewood

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Questions regarding the Englewood Civic Center and CityCenter Englewood

What is the difference between CityCenter Englewood and the Englewood Civic Center?
Answer:  CityCenter Englewood is the entire 55-acre redevelopment project from Cherokee west to Santa Fe and from Hampden north to Floyd Avenue. The Englewood Civic Center, located at 1000 Englewood Parkway, is part of CityCenter Englewood - the Civic Center houses the Englewood Public Library, the Englewood Municipal Court, the City of Englewood's Administrative Offices, and the Museum of Outdoor Arts.
Are public meeting rooms available at the Civic Center?
Answer:  There are meeting rooms available at the Civic Center and other City facilities. Details and contact information are available under "Inside City Hall." 
Where can I park at the Englewood Civic Center?
Answer:  Light rail riders may park in the long-term parking in the lot north of the light rail station, or in the two-level parking structure south of the light rail station and Civic Center.  Because of limited parking in the area, time limits are posted and strictly enforced. Short-term (two and four hour) parking is available in the parking structure south of the Civic Center. Two hour parking is also available on the circle drive just east of the Civic Center.

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