Homelessness is a city-wide issue, but the urban core, including parts of District 10, bears the brunt of this growing crisis. As the Mayor’s office puts it, District 10 is “ground zero” for our city’s homelessness crisis, and many would say Denver is the center of our state’s crisis.
CDPHE added vaccine distribution information to their COVID-19 dashboard.
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) is improving safety on E. 11th Ave. and E. 16th Ave. to keep the streets open to pedestrians through the winter.
Gumdrop was the first pit bull adopted from the Denver Animal Shelter in more than 30 years after an ordinance banning the breed was repealed by voters. Learn how to get a breed-restricted permit for your pit bull through Denver Animal Protection today.
2020 was a year like no other. It was also my first full year in office, and I’m reporting back to you on the work I did on your behalf. Hinds’ Sight is 2020, after all! Don’t forget to take the constituent survey to set priorities for 2021.
City Council will be considering the latest updates to the group living code in the coming months. I want to get your feedback before then. Take our Group Living Code survey to make your voice heard.
Spirit of Christmas Happy Christmas eve! Many of us celebrate this holiday time of year with our households. Many others have been forced into the spectrum of homelessness because of 2020, COVID, and its effects on our economy. Still others…
Safe Outdoor Spaces (SOS) are a high-priority issue for you, judging by the hundreds of emails my office has answered in the last several weeks. Now that both sites are open, we’ve got an update on how things are going.…
Safe Outdoor Spaces are open in District 10. What are they actually like?
Based on the number of questions my office gets about the issue, homelessness is by far the most important topic to District 10. To better address constituent concerns, my office will be publishing a comprehensive homelessness update each month.