A Registered Neighborhood Organization in Denver, Colorado
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Miss the February 2020 Ruby Hill Neighbors meeting? Read the meeting notes and get updated!
Miss the January 2020 Ruby Hill Neighbors meeting? Read the meeting notes and get updated!
Join us for our annual potluck! Bring some food to share, meet your neighbors, and have some fun!
Miss the November 2019 Ruby Hill Neighbors meeting? Read the meeting notes and get updated!
Miss the October 2019 Ruby Hill Neighbors meeting? Read the meeting notes and get updated!
Please consider donating to the Community Ministry building fund so that we can keep this valuable partner in our community!
Denver Public Works has begun the Sanderson Gulch Stormwater Improvements project, which you may have seen between S. Lipan Street and S. Platte River Drive.
Learn about our neighborhood garden at Ruby Hill Park, and find out how you can get a plot and start gardening!
In the summer of 2016, Ruby Hill Park became host to a world-class mountain bike park where riders of all skill levels can come and practice biking skills.
Denver Public Works will be performing sanitary liner work in Ruby Hill in early March 2019 to add 50+ years of life to the sanitary main line.
John Hickenlooper and Colorado Music Leaders Talk Shuttered Venue Operators Grant – Westword
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Denver's best city parks – Lonely Planet Travel News
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Sledders cause up to $100,000 in damage after possible asbestos disturbance at Colorado park – OutThere Colorado
Published on 18 days ago
Sledders Cause More than $100K Worth of Damage to Denver Park – New Country 99.1
Published on 21 days ago
Drivers cause damage in Ruby Hill Park in rush to sled after weekend snowstorm – The Denver Post
Published on 22 days ago
Asbestos A Big Concern After Vehicles Damage Ruby Hill Park During Snowstorm – CBS Denver