CSU Spur is working to reach full capacity of programming throughout 2022; please note that not all programming is currently available every day. Please check the CSU Spur calendar of events for a daily schedule.
CSU Spur is now open
Come to CSU Spur to learn about and be inspired by the latest research around water, food, and health.
Visit CSU Spur for a day of activities with the kids, to spend time with friends in a beautiful outdoor space, to watch veterinarians at work, see horses rehabilitate on underwater treadmills, take a cooking class, talk to experts about how to grow your own food, and visit our rooftop greenhouse.
CSU Spur is free and open to the public year-round — visitors are welcome from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday, see below for information on directions and parking. If you’re interested in bringing a school group to CSU Spur, click here. For a hard hat tour that provides a sneak peek of the two Spur buildings that will open later this year, register here.
We look forward to seeing you soon at CSU Spur!
CSU Spur COVID policies:
- Masks are encouraged at CSU Spur
- Capacity inside CSU Spur will be limited and monitored
- Visitors may explore and tour the building; staff will be available for guidance and questions
CSU Spur COVID precautions:
- All CSU staff are vaccinated and/or test regularly
- CSU Spur cleans and disinfects according to COVID-19 recommendations
- Hand sanitizer stations are placed throughout CSU Spur
CSU Spur is located northeast of I-25 and I-70 in Denver, between the Washington Street and Brighton Boulevard exits.
CSU Spur is the first stop on the N Line traveling north from Union Station and is steps away from the 47th Avenue & Brighton Boulevard bus stop.
The South Platte River bike trail connects directly to CSU Spur. The campus has bike racks.
Hours, admission, and parking
- CSU Spur is FREE and open to the public.
- CSU Spur is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Saturday (closed Sunday)
- Dumb Friends League and Temple Grandin Equine Center clients can park in lot V; all other visitors and staff can park in lot N (see map).
Driving directions to CSU Spur (click map to download)
from the north
- Take I-25 south to 58th Ave. (exit 215)
- Travel east on 58th Ave.
- Turn south onto Franklin St.
- Continue onto National Western Drive
from the south
- Take I-25 north to I-70 east
- Travel east on I-70 to Washington St. (exit 206)
- Turn north onto Washington St.
- Turn east onto E. 47th Ave.
- E. 47th Ave. turns into E. 46th Ave.
- Turn north onto National Western Drive
Temporary address for GPS: 4817 National Western Drive, Denver, CO 80216
Associate Attorney, Navajo Tribal Utility Authority
Ms. Becker has dedicated her career to the Navajo Nation and its natural resources. She is currently serving as an Associate Attorney for the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority. Prior to this position, she had the honor of serving as the Director of the Navajo Nation Division of Natural Resources from May 2013 to January 2019, as an appointee of President Begaye and Vice-President Nez, after serving eleven (11) years as an attorney for the Navajo Nation focusing on water rights and natural resources issues. Continuing her deep interest and passion for water, she serves on the Leadership Team for the Water and Tribes Initiative in the Colorado River Basin, as a Commissioner on the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission, as an appointee of Governor Lujan Grisham, and on the Navajo Nation Water Rights Commission, as an appointee of Speaker Damon. Ms. Becker is equally passionate about supporting artists and serves as a Trustee for the Institute of American Indian Arts and Culture (IAIA), as an appointee of President Obama. Ms. Becker is a member of the Nation and lives on the Navajo Nation in Fort Defiance with her husband and two school age children.