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Apr 11, 2018

Denver Ranks 9th on EPA's Energy Star Certified Buildings

Denver was recently ranked 9th on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 2018 list of U.S. metropolitan areas with the most ENERGY STAR certified buildings. Denver previously ranked 12th on the list in 2016. The improved 2018 ranking confirms Denver’s commitment to providing building owners and managers with the technical guidance, best practices, and training they need to make their buildings more energy efficient, save money and reduce carbon emissions.

Apr 09, 2018

Traffic Advisory from Denver Public Works

This week, Denver Public Works crews will lay down new asphalt on 19th and 20th Avenues, just east of Broadway, in advance of converting the streets from one way to two-way traffic. Crews will keep one lane of traffic open on 20th Avenue as they pave from Broadway to Downing. Then mid-week, crews will move to 19th Avenue, which will require a full closure from Broadway to Park Avenue West while paving is underway.

Apr 06, 2018

180 Affordable Rental Homes Coming to Denver's Stapleton Neighborhood

A new affordable 180-unit rental project in Stapleton, the Moline Apartments, was celebrated at a groundbreaking ceremony today with city officials, including Mayor Michael B. Hancock, the Northeast Denver Housing Center and Stapleton master developer Forest City. The Moline Apartments combine tax credits and several targeted voucher programs to include 40 units for very low-income residents, including veterans experiencing homelessness and people with disabilities.

Apr 04, 2018

Denver Parks and Recreation Seeks Public Input on Alcohol Policy

Denver Parks & Recreation's (DPR) alcohol policy was established in September 2007, and amended in May 2011, February 2012 and May 2012, resulting in the current policy which is overly-complicated and inconsistent. In an effort to simplify how rules and regulations are enforced at DPR facilities across the city, a revision to the DPR Alcohol Policy is being proposed and your feedback is wanted.

Apr 04, 2018

2018 Youth One Book Announced

“Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus” by Dusti Bowling, published by Sterling Children’s Books, follows perky eighth grader Aven Green as she and her family move from a small town in Kansas to Arizona where her parents have gotten a job managing a rundown theme park.

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