Visit RiNo: There is always something happening in the RiNo Art District.

On Now:

Brighton Boulevard construction is under way! Business access will be maintained on both sides of the road so each month* we will be highlighting some of the local businesses on Brighton Blvd.

September feature: Comida
August feature: Plinth Gallery
July feature: Do-It-Ur-Self Plumbing & Heating Supply
June feature: Great Divide
May feature: Urban Cyclist
April feature: The Source

For October (*in lieu of a business feature) we will be inviting the community to join us at the Brighton Groundbreaking One-Year Anniversary Celebration

We'll be combining this with our regular neighborhood meeting, but the focus will be on Brighton Blvd. - the progress made to-date, and the exciting new boulevard to come!

Bigsby's Folly Winery will have extended happy hour throughout the event and complimentary appetizers from their kitchen, while the RiNo Art District, Kiewit Corporation, North Denver Cornerstone Collaborative, and Denver Arts & Venues share information, public art prototypes, and exhibits on Brighton's big reveal!

Events Calendar | First Fridays | Classes/Special Offers

Getting Around

The RiNo Art District is approximately one mile in radius. Our boundaries are I-25 to the West, 1-70 to the North, Park Avenue West and Broadway to the South and Larimer Street to the East. Brighton Blvd. is the main arterial on the West side of RiNo and Larimer, Walnut and Blake are the main streets on the East side.

The district is accessible via the RTD A Line with a station at 38th and Blake Street. There are pedestrian and bike bridges at 38th and 35th that connect RiNo East and West. 

The district is also accessible via the South Platte River Bike Path with exits on 29th, 31st and 38th Streets. This bike friendly path is a great way to land in the district.


News and Alerts:

11 WAYS RiNo is advocating for our artists!

Denver’s RiNo Art District Commits to World’s First Standard for Community Development

GO Bond Reconsideration Requests UPDATE: RiNo Promenade is on the list—Thank You!

RiNo Pushes Forward On Several Initiatives Protecting Creatives

Check the Alerts page for construction updates, road closures and other neighborhood alerts including: 33rd Street Outfall, Brighton Boulevard Corridor, Walnut Street Corridor Improvements and how to get NDCC Updates/Alerts.

RiNo Stories/News | Alerts | Engage

Places To Go:

Check our Member Directory GUIDE to find galleries, restaurants, shops, community places and more.

Learn more about RiNo's plans for our namesake riverfront, including the new RiNo Park and Promenade.

GUIDE | RiNo Park/Promenade + Gee Sway