Bicycles parked along a Denver street

City Seeking Applications for the Board of Adjustment 

March 23, 2022
Purpose: Seeking candidates for consideration to serve on the Board of Adjustment. The Board of Adjustment hears and decides cases regarding the Denver Zoning Code and Former Chapter 59. It is quasi-judicial, responsible for conducting formal legal proceedings, subject to…
Birdseye view of illustrated map, highlighting water main line replacement between Columbine St and Elizabeth St

Upcoming Denver Water main replacement in Congress Park

March 4, 2022
What: Denver Water is starting a water main replacement project in the Congress Park neighborhood beginning this weekend. Crews will be replacing 330 linear feet of aging water mains underneath the road. There are no suspected lead service lines impacted as part of this project.  When: Work will begin this weekend…
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Free COVID-19 Rapid Tests Available at Denver Recreation Centers

March 1, 2022
Beginning Thursday, Feb. 24, Denver residents will be able to pick up free rapid at-home COVID-19 test kits at Denver Recreation Centers as part of the State of Colorado’s test distribution efforts.
A person attempts to brush snow off the hanging tree branches after a late spring snow.

Denver Prepares to Deploy its Big Plows and Residential Plows in Response to Weather Forecast

February 1, 2022
With several inches of snow expected to fall in Denver starting later today into Wednesday followed by prolonged cold temperatures, Denver is preparing to deploy its big plows to the main streets and residential plows to the side streets. The…
Denver skyline on a sunny summer day, facing east. Green deciduous trees make up the foreground.

Denver Aims to Resolve Homelessness for 400 Households in 100 Days

February 1, 2022
Mayor Michael B. Hancock and the Department of Housing Stability (HOST) today launched Denver’s second concentrated effort to move as many people as possible from homelessness to housing over a 100-day period. This second housing surge will expedite the city’s…
Bayaud Ave shared bike lane in Denver, CO.

Parking Code Violators in Denver Face Increased Fines Starting Feb 1

January 28, 2022
People who park illegally in Denver will face increased fines starting in February. This comes after Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) asked the Denver County Court to review the fee schedule for parking code violations and consider increases to encourage…

Denver Department of Public Health & Environment Announces New Round of Funding for Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids

January 28, 2022
The Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE) is pleased to announce the next Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids (HFDK) funding opportunity as part of their commitment to improving food access in Denver. DDPHE’s HFDK program is releasing its…
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KN95 Masks Now Available at Denver Recreation Centers

January 28, 2022
DENVER- Beginning Monday, Jan. 24, Denver residents will be able to pick up free KN95 and surgical masks at Denver Recreation Centers, as part of the State of Colorado’s mask distribution efforts. Denver Parks and Recreation has received 100,000 masks for distribution…

Latest Public Health Order

January 11, 2022
The Latest in Denver’s Public Health Order COVID continues to throw curve balls at us in Denver (and far beyond!).  Because of that, the public health order also must change to meet the challenges faced by COVID.  We’ve received feedback…

Denver City Council Appoints Bonita Roznos as New Executive Director

January 5, 2022
Denver City Council has appointed a new Executive Director.