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Jun 12, 2017
After more than three months and 90 hours of meetings, the 2017 general obligation bond (“GO bond”) stakeholder committees, led by Executive Committee Chair Roxane White, today presented Mayor Michael B. Hancock with their final project recommendations.
May 17, 2017
Denver City Council last night approved the 2017 Mortgage Credit Certificate Program. It is a continuation of the successful 2016 program which through mid-April has provided tax credits to 128 eligible program participants. Denver's 2017 Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) program allows qualifying borrowers to receive an annual federal income tax credit equal to 25% of the annual interest they pay on their mortgage loan ($2,000/year maximum).
Apr 28, 2017
The Manager of Finance of the City is soliciting proposals on behalf of its Department of Aviation from qualified firms to perform investment banking, underwriting, remarketing and derivatives counterparty services as part of an investment banking pool for DEN. It is expected that this pool will remain in effect for a period of approximately six years, terminating June 30, 2023 or for such period as the City may determine, in its sole discretion.
Apr 26, 2017
Real property notices of value for 2017 were mailed to property owners on or before May 1 and included the assigned value and classification of the property as of June 30, 2016 per statutory guidelines. The value and classification will be used to calculate the property taxes payable in 2018.
This map demonstrates residential property value changes for each property and summarized by neighborhood.
Apr 25, 2017
Seven metro-area Assessors made a joint announcement today about the 2017 real property valuations for their respective counties. This map demonstrates residential property value changes for each property and summarized by neighborhood.
Apr 24, 2017
The City and County of Denver’s Risk Management Division won the Public Risk Management Association’s 2017 Outstanding Achievement for a Public Risk Management Program award for its marijuana safety program.
Feb 03, 2017
Revenues from Denver Union Station, the city’s multi-modal transit hub which reopened in 2014, have exceeded projections, allowing the City and County of Denver and RTD to refinance existing federal loans worth $300 million. The city’s loan structure will allow payoff several years ahead of schedule and save $10 million over the life of the loan. RTD’s new bonds will save them $6 million per year.
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