ADVISORY: ‘Tis the Season to Not Let XMas Trees Go to Waste!

‘Tis the Season to Not Let Christmas Trees Go to Waste! Holiday Tips from Denver Fire & Denver Recycles DENVER – As people start to hang their “stockings by the chimney with care”, they also need to make sure they’re taking care with their Christmas tree before and after the holiday season! The Denver Fire Department recommends Christmas trees be […]

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Record-Breaking Street Paving Season for Denver

Denver Completes Record-Breaking Street Paving Season Shout out to the Street Maintenance Team! DENVER – It’s the most *lane miles* Denver has ever paved in a single year…519 to be exact! With an additional $15 million from the Elevate Denver Bond Program, the city’s paving program grew by 20%, resulting in improvements to an additional 89 lane miles of street, […]

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RELEASE: Denver Expands Strategies to Provide Housing, Emergency Shelter for Individuals Facing Homelessness

Denver Expands Strategies to Provide Housing, Emergency Shelter for Individuals Facing Homelessness Series of 11 new contracts to expand day shelter services and connect more people in need to bridge housing DENVER – Wednesday, December 4, 2019 – Mayor Michael B. Hancock today announced the first in a series of upcoming public and private contracts to further assist individuals facing […]

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Denver Sheriff Search, Public Meetings

Dear Community Members: I write you today to invite you and your neighbors to a series of meetings Public Safety will host to obtain feedback on what residents expect of their next Sheriff. The feedback from these meetings, along with comments and suggestions from DSD staff, City Council members, community members, and DSD union and employee groups, will be shared […]

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This Sunday: World Day of Remembrance Candlelight Vigil

Denver Announces World Day of Remembrance Candlelight Vigil and Temporary Art Installation in Civic Center Park DENVER – Representatives of the Denver Streets Partnership, City and County of Denver, and Denver City Council invite the public to a candlelight vigil on Sunday, November 17, in Civic Center Park to honor victims of traffic crashes in Denver. The vigil coincides with […]

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Celebrate America Recycles Day by Committing to Reduce Waste This Holiday Season

Celebrate America Recycles Day by Committing to Reduce Waste This Holiday Season! DENVER – It’s the most “wasteful” time of the year! The average household is estimated to generate 25% more waste between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. With the upcoming holiday season, America Recycles Day today is the perfect opportunity for people to start thinking about reducing their waste […]

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Keeping Denver’s sidewalks free of snow/ice

Be a great neighbor! Everyone enjoys safe, clear sidewalks – and it’s everyone’s responsibility to keep the sidewalks adjacent to their home or business clear and accessible. Shovel all sidewalks, wheelchair ramps, and bus stops around your home as soon as it’s practical and safe. Businesses have 4 hours after the snow stops to shovel, and residents have 24 hours. […]

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Upcoming Denver Accessibility Listening Sessions

Greetings, The National Civic League is partnering with the Denver Division of Disability Rights to hold multiple listening sessions throughout Denver on accessibility issues of City and County facilities. These sessions seek to gather input from people with disabilities on barriers and obstacles to using facilities owned by the City, including parks, libraries, recreation centers, and government buildings. The feedback […]

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Attend Denver Ready: Make a Plan Class Nov 21

Attend Denver Ready’s free Make a Plan Class! When November 21st, 2019 7pm-8pm Add to Calendar Where Harvey Park Rec Center 2120 S. Tennyson Way. Denver, CO 80219 Good afternoon, Come spend an hour learning about what emergencies you might face in your household, your neighborhood, and your community at large. Then create your plan for it! The Denver Office […]

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