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Feb 23, 2018

Denver Receives $100,000 Grant to Measure Air Quality at Public Schools

Denver is one of 35 Champion Cities selected as finalists in the 2018 U.S. Mayors Challenge, a nationwide competition that encourages cities to develop bold, inventive ideas that confront their toughest challenges. Denver’s Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE) will use the associated $100,000 grant to develop and implement a real-time, hyper-local air quality data monitoring system at 10 Denver Public Schools (DPS) campuses that will empower communities, families and schools to protect children’s respiratory health.

Feb 21, 2018

Denver's Plan for More Affordable, Inclusive Housing Moves Forward

Denver’s new five-year housing policy, strategy and investment plan, Housing an Inclusive Denver, was adopted last night by Denver City Council.

Feb 20, 2018

Denver Police Department Accepting Bump Stocks

With the recent change to the Denver Revised Municipal Code (D.R.M.C.) 38-130, bump stocks are now illegal to sell, carry, store, or otherwise possess in Denver. According to the D.R.M.C. 38-130(2), bump stocks are defined as any device for a pistol, rifle, or shotgun that increases the rate of fire achievable with such weapon by using energy from the recoil of the weapon to generate a reciprocating action that facilitates repeated activation of the trigger.

Feb 20, 2018

Denver Arts & Venues Invites Denver Residents to Share their Selfies to Celebrate 30 Years of Denver Public Art

Denver Arts & Venues invites Denverites to help celebrate the 30th anniversary of Denver Public Art, a program which sets aside 1% of every municipal capital improvement project over $1M for the creation of public art.

Feb 13, 2018

38th and Blake Overlays Pass

New zoning changes intended to encourage the creation of more affordable housing and more walkable, pedestrian-friendly design in the neighborhood surrounding the 38th and Blake RTD Station will go into effect this week, after City Council voted Monday to approve the proposal. The amendments come after months of collaboration with residents, property owners and Councilman Albus Brooks and represent the first time the Denver Zoning Code has included incentives focused solely on affordability.

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