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Apr 27 2013 (428 reads)
The Denver Parks and Recreation Department (DPR) is developing a new policy to address those individuals and entities who have been using the park for private or personal gain without a permit.  While this has traditionally been referred to as commercial use of the parks, the Parks and Recreation Department defines it as Private Outdoor Fee-Based Activities (POFA) as we have a number of permits issued for commercial purposes within  our parks.  Examples of these activities are boot camps or workout groups that hold their classes in various parks.  This type of activity does require a permit under city ordinance, but the Parks and Recreation department hasn’t had a permit structure in place for this type of activity.
Apr 18 2013 (811 reads)
Check out my latest printed/ e-newsletter. Due to some technical difficulties, the normal Newsletter Archives link is not currently working. Please click here to view my latest newsletter. I will work on getting the archive link up and running shortly.
Apr 03 2013 (799 reads)

DENVER, CO ­— Tuesday, March 19, 2013 — Buoyed by successes from past homeowner programs and with an eye on the future, the City and County of Denver and the Metro Mayors Caucus today launched the Metro Mortgage Assistance Plus Program, a new funding initiative to encourage home ownership.

Denver Water approves mandatory watering restrictions   Apr 03 2013 (1469 reads)

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