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 Opens 46-Bed Solutions Center to Help People in Crisis
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.
Denver Fire Department Young Adult Career Exploration Camps
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Changes to waste collection in several Denver parks
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.
City closes on $274M revenue bond issuance, fast-tracking construction jobs and small business opportunities
Voter-approved funds support build-out of phases 1 and 2 of the National Western Center campus and the Colorado Convention Center Expansion
Denver Art Museum to unveil reimagined campus Oct. 24
Machado Silvetti and Fentress Architects’ transformational design to welcome visitors to unified campus, reinstalled galleries and new creative spaces this October.
Denver Workforce Services launches youth summer job program
On Monday, April 19, Mayor Michael B. Hancock shared an open letter with Denver area employers inviting them to participate in the City’s youth summer employment program. Read the Mayor’s letter and register to participate today!
Denver looks to developers to help forward its transportation goals and expand mobility options
On Monday, 4/19, the Denver City Council approved a measure put forth by Denver DOTI requiring new developments to implement measures known as Transportation Demand Management (TDM) strategies that expand people’s travel options and create attractive alternatives to driving.
National Jewish Health vaccine clinic – TOMORROW 4/21
Schedule a vaccine appointment NOW and get the Pfizer vaccine at National Jewish Health on Wednesday, April 21, for those 16 and older (those under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian). Appointments are required. https://registration.njhealth.org/appointments/vaccine
Spring snow can damage trees
Denver Parks and Recreation share tips to safely remove snow and manage fallen trees and branches caused by the recent snow fall.