News about the Better Denver Bond Program and Bond-funded projects
DENVER August 1, 2012(PDF, 85K) - Mayor Michael B. Hancock led the crowd in a toast as the community raised their (non-alcoholic) glasses in celebration of the $4 million in recent improvements at Sloan's Lake Park today. Joining the mayor were Councilwoman Susan Shepherd, Denver Parks and Recreation, Arts & Venues Denver, and the Better Denver Bond Program. Denver Municipal Band's Brass Quintet set the celebratory tone in this sunset soiree.
DENVER June 5, 2012(PDF, 121K) - Today Denver City officials celebrated the completion of the Denver Crime Laboratory (DCL). The DCL, funded by the 2007 voter approved Better Denver Bond program, is both a highly functioning and breathtaking structure, which will provide the Denver Police Department (DPD) with ample space and leading-edge technology to solve crimes committed in Denver.
DENVER June 1, 2012(PDF, 163K) - Today at Denver's Lincoln Park, Denver Parks and Recreation and Councilwoman Judy Montero helped celebrate the second opening of Denver's firs and oldest outdoor swimming pool.
DENVER May 4, 2012(PDF, 133K) - Tennyson Street Improvements Celebrated and Public Art Dedicated: City officials gathered to celebrate completion of Tennyson Street, 38th to 44th Avenues Project.
DENVER March 5, 2012(PDF, 54K) - Today Denver Public Works started improvements on Colfax Avenue from Grant to St. Paul Streets, as part of the Better Denver Bond Program approved by voters in 2007.
DENVER February 7, 2012(PDF, 115K) - Thanks to the citizen approved Better Denver Bond Program and a partnership with Denver Water, Denver Parks and Recreation saved over 273,497,000 gallons and $700,000 in water costs in 2011.