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FEMA approves Denver’s $60.4 million emergency shelter budget request

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.
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Apply to be on Denver’s Short Term Rental Advisory Committee (STRAC)

Denver’s Short Term Rental Advisory Committee (STRAC) meets regularly to provide guidance and recommendations to Excise and Licenses on administration, enforcement, and other policies pertaining to STR licensing. Members of the STRAC consist of short-term rental hosts, non-hosts/community members, industry stakeholders, and Denver elected officials.
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Denver Streets Partnership Advocacy Academy accepting applications

Denver Streets Partnership is accepting applications for its 2nd Annual Advocacy Academy, a virtual 10-week course to teach the tools, expertise, and connections to be a transit, walking, rolling, and biking leader into the future. Applications are due on or before February 10, 2021.
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Safely helping our food-insecure neighbors

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.