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Denver Days is August 4-12

Mayor Michael B. Hancock envisioned a city where neighbors not only knew their neighbors but as a result felt safer and more connected to the communities they call home.

Five years ago the Mayor turned that vision into reality by creating Denver Days, a program during the first week of August that encourages neighbors to get to know their neighbors by hosting block parties, picnics, and service projects with the focus on small, organic gatherings. Register your Denver Days event to receive help from the city planning and organizing your event. 

REMINDER: There is no CAB meeting at the District 3 Police Station for the month of August due to Denver Days events!


Being A Good Neighbor Is As Easy As 1-2-3
Customize your safety needs to your unique neighborhood! 

1. Get to know your neighbors
  • Sign up for where you can view DPD's Virtual Neighborhood
  • Be aware of what's happening in your neighborhood and who is out of town.
  • Bring in the newspaper and/or trashcan when your neighbor is out of town.
  • Help your neighbor with deliveries.
  • Help your neighbor shovel their sidewalk. 
  • Call your neighbor if you see their garage door or car door open. 
  • Watch for the safety of neighborhood children, the elderly, and those in need. 
  • Report suspicious activity to 9-1-1. 

2. Spread the word
3. Become a Block Liaison
  • Collect and distribute contact information for the neighbors on your block. 
  • Coordinate a Neighborhood Watch meeting with the Denver Police Department.
  • Plan a block party!
  • Distribute emergency preparedness information. 
  • Work on a common concern or neighborhood project. 
  • Collaborate with the Council Office, neighborhood organizations, and the Denver Police Department. 
  • Provide a way to get information out to individuals in a quick, concise manner. 
  • Register your neighborhood officially and recevie updates from the city. 


Good Neighbor Resources

Looking for a handout you received at a Neighborhood Watch or Good Neighbor meeting? Use the links below to access information that will help you be a Good Neighbor, keep your community safe, and engage with the Denver Police Department and the District 4 City Council office. 

Neighborhood Watch & Crime Prevention Booklet (DPD) 
DPD District 3 Map (DPD)
Officer Borquez's Safety Tips (download)
How to Start a Neighborhood Watch Program (download)
Neighborhood Tool Kits
Pups on Patrol Outline

For more information on the Good Neighbor program, contact 720-337-4444.





Pictured right, the Bible Park East Neighborhood Watch's introductory meeting.