DPR is committed to involving the community, so stay informed and involved through public meetings on upcoming projects and newsletters highlighting current DPR events.
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A sign language interpreter or CART will be provided upon request, three business days in advance. Contact email@example.com to make your request. For any other public accommodation requests or concerns, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Un interprete de lengua de signos (CART) será proporcionada (con tres días anticipados) por mandar un email a SignLanguageServices@denvergov.org. Para otros servicios públicos, contactar DisabilityAccess@denvergov.org
It's time to plan for Denver's future! Visit denvergov.org/denveright to learn more about plans for land use & transportation; parks & recreation; pedestrian walkways & trails; and transit.
Get involved and share your voice! View the full Denveright calendar.
Date: Thursday, February 1
Time: 5:30-7:30PM (open house style, stop by anytime)
Location: Denver Museum of Nature & Science|2001 Colorado Blvd.
Denver Parks and Recreation (DPR) and Historic Denver invite you to review draft recommendations and provide feedback for the City Park Master Plan update!
Date: Thursday, Feb. 22
Location: Stedman Elementary School | 2940 E. Dexter St.
You're invited to share your ideas for a future park that will be along Fairfax Street, between E. 28th & 29th Avenues.
Notice of Rules & Regulations Adoption
Proposed updates presented at the Department of Parks & Recreation’s May 14, 2015 Public Hearing have been duly adopted effective May 27, 2015, in accordance with the rule-making requirements of Section 39-2 of the Denver Revised Municipal Code and are in accordance with the authority of the Executive Director of the Denver Department of Parks & Recreation under Section 2.4.4 of the Denver City Charter.
This Policy is adopted by the Denver Department of Parks and Recreation (“DPR”) for the purpose of providing some clarity as to the designation status of and the protections afforded to Denver parks under the existing legal framework and to make clear the public process with respect to designation of Denver parks in accordance with the City Charter and City procedures.
Developed in 2013, the RAP Plan identifies core services, points out duplication in services, recommends service provision strategies, and recommends resource allocation and pricing strategies. It enhances partnerships and helps meet the future needs of Denver residents, and those who work in and visit the community.