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Mar 13, 2018

Recommendation in front of RTD staff would give big discounts to youth and low-income riders

The working group tasked with evaluating and rethinking RTD’s pass programs has reached the end of its yearlong process with a recommendation that will offer big discounts to kids and low-income riders.

Mar 13, 2018

Denver’s 5G cell-signal future will rely on hundreds of 30-foot poles spread across many blocks

The next generation of blazing-fast cellular data speeds hasn’t arrived yet, but the major wireless carriers are hard at work in Denver laying the groundwork.

Mar 13, 2018

Denver wants to ban storage units near transit hubs

Self-storage units have multiplied across the city and are drawing increased scrutiny from Denver leaders who say the space could be used for something more productive.

Mar 12, 2018

Denver Public Art opens applications for 2018 Urban Arts Fund projects

Denver’s Public Art program, managed by Denver Arts & Venues (A&V), has launched the 2018 Urban Arts Fund (UAF) graffiti prevention program and applications for funding are due March 19. The UAF is open to any artist or artist team and A&V encourages emerging artists and those reflective of typically under-represented communities to apply.

Mar 12, 2018

Use These Maps to Advocate for Street Safety Fixes in Your Neighborhood

Good data is essential to prioritizing street changes to prevent traffic deaths and serious injuries. And if that data is open and accessible to the public, residents can advocate more effectively for changes that will make a difference. Denver’s Vision Zero website has gotten better in this regard since launching in 2016. It now includes two maps that anyone can explore to build a case for street redesigns.

Mar 12, 2018

Upper Montclair Stormwater Systems Study Public Meeting

A 15-month, community-based study of flood-prone areas in the Upper Montclair Basin will culminate with a public meeting to discuss the study’s findings and next steps on Tuesday, April 10 from 5:30-7 p.m. at Montview Presbyterian Church in Fellowship Hall at 1980 Dahlia Street in Park Hill. The Upper Montclair Basin includes the neighborhoods of Congress Park, South City Park, the southern portion of Park Hill, Bellevue-Hale, Montclair, Mayfair, Hilltop, and Crestmoor.

Mar 09, 2018

Update for the Water Main Replacements on Colorado Boulevard, Montview Boulevard, East 17th Avenue - March 9

Update for the Water Main Replacements on Colorado Boulevard, Montview Boulevard, East 17th Avenue - March 9

Mar 08, 2018

Want Denver to pay you to paint a mural?

For the 10th year, Denver Arts and Venues is prepared to pay artists $1,000 to $8,000 through the Urban Arts Fund to paint a mural in Denver. Applications are now open to individual artists and artist teams with a vision for public art.

Mar 06, 2018

Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Exploratory Process

An Exploratory Committee has been formed to determine if hosting a future Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games would be good for metro Denver and Colorado.

Mar 06, 2018

CDOT & Lyft Collaboration Aims To Increase Seat Belt Usage

The Colorado Department of Transportation is teaming up with the ride share company Lyft to push their “Beware of the Beltless” campaign which is aimed at passengers who choose not to buckle up.

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