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January 2023 Newsletter Highlights

January 17, 2023
Denver Funds Supportive Housing Youth in River North Art District Supportive housing for youth experiencing homelessness will soon break ground in the Five Points neighborhood and Denver’sRiver North Arts District thanks to development financing to be provided by the Department…
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December 2022 Newsletter Highlights

December 13, 2022
Read the top three stories for Denver Perfect 10’s October 2022 Newsletter Councilmember Hinds’ Welcome Letter Happy holidays! May this beautiful holiday season fill your heart with love, your home with joy, and your life with laughter. Wishing you and…
Rendering of finished area after new bathroom facility is installed on Champa St in downtown Denver.

November 2022 Newsletter Highlights

November 22, 2022
Participatory Budgeting Denver’s first Participatory Budgeting Program is open for voting and residents are encouraged to head online to rank their top projects and help decide how to spend $2 million of infrastructure funds.   In the first year of the program, the…
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Quality Hill Update: Pilot Dog Park

November 8, 2022
Thank you to those that participated in the August 2022 survey about the pilot dog park at Quality Hill Park (10th Ave and Pennsylvania St). After the initial three-month pilot that kicked off at the end of July 2022, Denver…
Washington Park flower beds and walking trail

October 2022 Newsletter Highlights

October 13, 2022
Read the top three stories for Denver Perfect 10’s October 2022 Newsletter Councilmember Hinds’ Welcome LetterFall is finally here. I hope you are enjoying Colorado’s beautiful fall foliage and the cooler temperatures. For this month’s newsletter, we are deviating a…
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September 2022 News Highlights

September 13, 2022
Read the top three stories for Denver Perfect 10’s September 2022 Newsletter Denver Supports Safe Parking Program for Persons Experiencing Homelessness Denver’s Department of Housing Stability (HOST) announces the recent awarding of a $150,000 contract to the Colorado Safe Parking…

Lead Reduction Program: Upcoming work in Congress Park

July 26, 2022
A message from Denver Water regarding the Lead Reduction Program in Congress Park: Status: Preliminary field work started this week. Work includes investigation to confirm the presence of lead service lines and conversations with customers to gain consent. Project map:…
Two rollerbladers with the text "The Wheel Deal! Sunday July 10 - 11AM to 2PM. The Pavillon at Cheesman Park"

The Wheel Deal: Cheesman Park

June 29, 2022
The Wheel Deal Rolls Into Cheesman Park! On Sunday July 10 from 11am to 2pm the Wheel Deal will be at the Pavilion on the east side of Cheesman Park! We’ll have free ROLLER SKATING LESSONS & free SKATEBOARD LESSONS…

Clean Truck Strategy to Protect Clean Air Moves Foward

June 3, 2022
The Polis administration’s plan to encourage the adoption of zero-emission medium- and heavy-duty trucks, which could reduce greenhouse gas emissions from these vehicles by at least 45% in Colorado by 2050, has been finalized after extensive public input.  The Clean Truck…

Denver Moves Hundreds of People from Homelessness to Housing Over 100-Day Surge Effort

May 20, 2022
Utilizing an infusion of additional federal resources resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, Denver concluded its second 100-day housing surge earlier this month to rehouse persons experiencing homelessness. A total of 359 households, including 597 individuals, were placed into housing. “Denver’s…