Landmark Preservation is updating the Design Guidelines for Landmark Structures and Districts Landmark Preservation is currently updating the Design Guidelines for Denver Landmark Structures and Districts. The design guidelines update will be divided into four phases and each phase will…
The Colfax Ave Business Improvement District (BID) is seeking artists to showcase their work to thousands of people that pass our 17 power boxes each day throughout the corridor (yep, we’ve added two new boxes this year!). Last year, in…
Denver and the Mental Health Center of Denver today opened a new crisis-stabilization center that will significantly enhance support for people going through behavioral-health emergencies, including people experiencing homelessness.
After a robust deliberation on April 6, the Landmark Preservation Commission (LPC) voted 6-1 to recommend approval of the designation application and forwarded it to the Land Use, Transportation & Infrastructure committee (LUTI). On April 20, LUTI determined that this…
Denver Parks and Recreation (DPR) is implementing a phased reopening of recreation facilities. Openings began on May 3.
Infrastructure, business and worker support and investments proposed to build back in a way that creates broader foundation for more people to prosper and seize opportunities
The Denver Fire Department is pleased to announce that the 2021 Denver Fire Department Young Adult Career Exploration Camps will be taking place this July. The Camps are free to participants and are structured for youth grades 4th thru 12th. For registration and waiver forms, contact Capt. Greg Pixley at 303-503-7490 or email@example.com.
Denver City Council approved the creation of a residential rental license aimed to prevent housing conditions that adversely affect tenants. The residential rental license requirement is phased and will start Jan. 1, 2022 with opt-in early licensing. Licenses will require a fee and third-party inspection process.
This summer, Denver Parks and Recreation will expand its new waste collection and removal program in 3 city parks, including two in D10, Cheesman Park and Congress Park.
Voter-approved funds support build-out of phases 1 and 2 of the National Western Center campus and the Colorado Convention Center Expansion