The Roaring Fork and Colorado Rivers meet in downtown Glenwood Springs, and the city wants to revitalize the area.
On Thursday night, elected officials will decide whether to hire the firm Stromberg/Garrigan Associates to come up with a plan.
Glenwood Springs received a grant from the EPA in January for just this purpose. The confluence area is home to a former sewer plant and a Colorado Department of Transportation maintenance facility, among other things.
The goal is to come up with a plan involving housing and community space.