Mayor Hancock's District 10 Cabinet in the Community

Mayor Hancock's District 10 Cabinet in the Community

On Saturday, September 7th, the Mayor’s Office will host Cabinet in the Community in District 10!  Please join me at Teller School at 12th and Garfield from 9 am – 11 am for a continental breakfast and a discussion with the Mayor and his leadership team about major initiatives in the City and in District 10.

If you’re curious about what’s going on in Denver or if you have some questions about particular city issues, this is the chance to meet agency heads and familiarize yourself with the faces that set key policies and keep Denver services running.  Important to neighbors and businesses alike, the commanders of Police Districts 2, 3, and 6 – all of which overlay Council District 10 will describe the new district boundaries and team policing concepts.

My staff and I will be there to mingle and to answer questions as well.    I hope that you can make it to this informative community event.  I want the Mayor to see and experience the vitality of District 10 and its caring citizens.

A flyer about the Cabinet in the Community is attached to this email. See you on September 7!

Please join Mayor Michael B. Hancock, his Cabinet and department heads as they come together for their quarterly neighborhood Cabinet meeting. Hear a first-hand account of what is happening in your community and around the city. Following the meeting, all attendees will have the unique opportunity to engage in a one-on-one dialogue with the Mayor and his leadership team.

  • WHAT: Mayor Hancock’s Cabinet in the Community
  • WHO: Denver residents
  • WHERE: Teller Elementary School
  • 1150 Garfield St. Denver, 80206
  • WHEN: Saturday September 7, 2013
  • TIME: 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Free continental breakfast!

For questions or to request that a specific municipal issue be addressed at this meeting, email or call, 720-865-9044

Sign Language Interpreter available upon request with three business days notice. To request a Sign Language Interpreter, please email

Posted on Jun 13 2013 (Archive on Jun 26 2013)
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