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Jun 16, 2016
Jun 15, 2016
The Sustainable Neighborhood Program is excited to announce the addition of Congress Park and Highland neighborhoods to the program.
Jun 14, 2016
Denver Environmental Health (DEH) will recognize more than 35 of Denver’s newest sustainable businesses at the annual Green Business Showcase today from 3 to 5 p.m. at Linger.
Jun 14, 2016
Big Toe LLC doing business as Fine Trees is voluntarily recalling all marijuana and marijuana products due to the presence of unsafe pesticide residues.
Jun 10, 2016
Denver’s Board of Environmental Health approved the final revisions to Denver’s Residential health and housing regulations, which include removing the previous minimum square footage requirements. This revision will pave the way for smaller dwellings, including tiny homes, helping to expand affordable housing options in Denver.
Jun 08, 2016
The Tea Pot LLC is voluntarily recalling medical marijuana and medical marijuana products due to the presence of unsafe pesticide residues.
Jun 06, 2016
Pineapple Exchange is voluntarily recalling 55 medical marijuana products due to the presence of unsafe pesticide residues.
Jun 01, 2016
Denver Environmental Health partners with Dener Public Health to provide services related to birth and death certificates, clinical care, and educatinal opportunities, among others.
Denver Office of Sustainability works to ensure policies and practices will protect the city's resources for the future.
Denver Public Health & Environment is a member of the Metro Denver Partnership for Health, a collaboration among the public health agencies serving the seven-county Denver metropolitan region made up of Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson Counties. Nearly 3 million Coloradans, 60 percent of the state’s population, live in the Metro region. The Partnership collaborates with regional leaders in health care, human services, behavioral health, environment, philanthropy, education, business, local government and others to achieve its goals of advancing health equity across the region. In 2016, the Partnership identified four priority areas of focus including data sharing, healthy eating and active living, behavioral health, and partner alignment and formalized its approach to collaboration in the Metro Denver Partnership for Health Roadmap. Download the Roadmap