District 10 Information

Jeanne Robb,
Council District 10

City Council District 10 is in the heart of Denver, and it includes the closely-knit neighborhoods of Capitol Hill, Congress Park, Bellevue-Hale, Mayfair, Cherry Creek, Country Club, Alamo Placita, and the Golden Triangle.

In District 10 you will also find our government center, the Denver Art Museum, the Colorado History Museum, and the Botanic Gardens. Within our wonderful District, we have 9 schools, 12 historic districts, 1 fire station, the Denver Police Department headquarters, 1 swimming pool, 4 hospitals, and the heart of Denver’s historic park and parkway system. So put your walking shoes on. In District 10, we live close together and it’s easy to walk to a movie theater, the grocery store, or the park. 

Historic District Information
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Council Redisticting

New Council District boundaries for purposes of the 2015 municipal election.


District 10 Map

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District 10 Projects & Plans

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Storm Water Improvements

The City and County of Denver’s continuing drainage Improvements in the Cherry Creek area are designed to upgrade the storm sewer and inlet capacity in the area to relieve the periodic flooding that has occurred historically during storm events. Many Cherry Creek merchants and residents alike have experienced flood damage to their properties and many streets become impassable during these events. While the improvements will not eliminate the risk, they will dramatically improve the capacity of the system to handle storm water. The project cost will be paid for with Denver Waste Water Capital Project funds and represents another major investment and upgrade in the City’s infrastructure for the neighborhood.

The Denver Public Works Department has awarded the contract for construction of these continuing improvements to Concrete Works of Colorado. The project is broken into 4 segments of construction each lasting approximately 4 weeks.

The first segment is scheduled to begin on January 12, 2015 from the Whole Foods parking lot entrance on 2nd Avenue and move east to Columbine Street. This segment is planned to be completed through the intersection by February 9, 2015. Both the Whole Foods driveway and the Clayton Lane Garage entrance on 2nd and Columbine will remain open at all times though detours will likely be required.

The second segment will go north on Columbine to 3rd Avenue and turn the corner onto 3rd Avenue going east to near Clayton Street. This segment should be completed by March 9th.

The third segment continues east on 3rd Avenue to Detroit and turns north on Detroit to the northern edge of the CCN BID. This segment also included some work to add capacity in Clayton Street north of 3rd.

The fourth and final segment is outside the CCN BID area, continuing north on Detroit to 4th Avenue. This segment also adds some capacity in 4th Avenue to relieve some residential flooding risk in that area.  The overall project is planned to be completed by May 4, 2015. Once the pipe work in each segment is complete, the trench will be backfilled and temporary paving applied. If the weather is not conducive, the final milling and repaving of the street may need to be delayed to later in the project schedule. As in all construction outdoors, especially in winter, the schedule and work is dependent on weather, existing utilities, and other unforeseen conditions.



To learn more about the project visit, www.CherryCreekImprovements.com



Colfax Corridor Connections

A Collaborative Effort to Increase Public Transit

The City and County of Denver, in coordination with the City of Aurora, kicked of the new transportation planning project in October of 2012. The collaborative movement seeks to identify and develop ways to improve transit and overall mobility in the East Colfax corridor, which is roughly bounded  by I-25 to the west, I-225 to the east, 12th Avenue to the south and 20th Avenue to the north.

"Colfax Corridor Connections will provide a road-map for us to begin improving mobility and accessibility for transit users, pedestrians, bicyclists and drivers"

-Terry Ruiter, Colfax Corridor Connections
 Project Manager with the City and County of Denver

To view videos about potential advancements in public transport, follow these links:

Until November of 2013, CCC will study mobility and accessibility needs in the corridor and identify transit and other improvements. This project seeks to improve mobility, livability and accessibility within the corridor. Funding is a current roadblock to immediate implementation, though Colfax Corridor Connections views the current research as a stepping stone toward the procurement of funding in the near future. Community input is essential, and more information can be found at www.ColfaxCorridorConnections.com.

To contact the organization, please call (303)-223-6595 or email Info@ColfaxCorridorConnections.com

Updated Cherry Creek Parking & Traffic Inventory for 2013

To view the presentation from Denver Public Works, click here.

Curious about the details? For specific travel rates, volume, and detailed mapping of the Cherry Creek area, view the pdf file here.

Contact Councilwoman Robb

Jeanne Robb
Council District 10
Phone: (720) 337-7710

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