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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
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.
Denver’s Department of Housing Stability (HOST) has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for eviction legal defense and eviction prevention services to address the increased risk of eviction caused by the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The proposal will cover services through December 2021, with possible extensions.
Take a 5-minute survey to share your opinion about the proposed zoning strategy and design standards and guidelines for Golden Triangle. Survey closes 3/22!
Denver City Council is canceling its general public comment session and its regular meeting scheduled for tonight (Monday, March 15) because of City buildings being closed due to the blizzard and heavy snow.
Information shared by Xcel Energy. For additional information or customer support, please visit my.xcelenergy.com/customersupport/s/. DENVER (March 10, 2021) With the potential to see 2 to 3 feet of precipitation and wet, heavy snow, Xcel Energy is preparing to increase the…
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) notified Denver today that it has approved the city’s initial version request of $60,446,662 for costs related to emergency shelter for those experiencing homelessness, clearing the way for Denver to seek full reimbursement for those costs from FEMA in the coming months.
Council District 10 and CPD are nearing the end of the process to update Golden Triangle’s zoning and design standards and guidelines. Learn more about the key outcomes of this project.