Sidewalk pantries and community fridges are wonderful additions to our neighborhoods, but ensuring the food is safe for the consumer is paramount. DDPHE regulates how food can be shared in Denver to keep residents safe from contamination. The city offers many options and opportunities for prepared meals and grocery pick up to keep Denverites fed in these trying times.
DOTI is committed to achieving a network of better bike facilities in Denver that make it more comfortable, safe, and accessible for cyclists
On January 14, elected officials held a COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall to share information with their constituents.
The City and County of Denver (CCD) received approval from the State of Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE) to implement the 5 Star Certification Program on January 14, 2021.
Due to the economic impact on homeowners caused by the current pandemic, The Office of the Denver Clerk and Recorder, the Office of Financial Empowerment & Protection, the Denver Housing Authority and other community partners will host a series of virtual townhalls for Denver homeowners.
Denver Parks and Recreation is hosting a public workshop for the public to learn about the history and current conditions and share feedback for the future of Civic Center.
Denver Department of Excise and Licenses waiving restaurant renewal fees in 2021 to aid COVID-19 recovery.
City Council unanimously voted in favor of landmarking the Stahl House located at 1272 Columbine St. in Congress Park.
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) is improving safety on E. 11th Ave. and E. 16th Ave. to keep the streets open to pedestrians through the winter.
Gumdrop was the first pit bull adopted from the Denver Animal Shelter in more than 30 years after an ordinance banning the breed was repealed by voters. Learn how to get a breed-restricted permit for your pit bull through Denver Animal Protection today.