City Government Agencies Will Resume Normal Operating Hours Tomorrow

City Government Agencies Will Resume Normal Operating Hours Tomorrow

DENVER ­– City of Denver offices and agencies will resume normally scheduled operating hours tomorrow, Friday, Dec. 23.

Most asked about offices and services on regular schedules tomorrow include:
Permit and cashier counters in both the Webb building and the Wastewater building;
Parking Magistrate in the Webb building;
Denver Motor Vehicle;
Denver District and County Courts;
The Denver Workforce Centers;
Denver Theatres & Arenas offices (all performances will occur as scheduled);
Trash and recycling service will remain on schedule;
Denver Recreation Centers; and
Operations are normal at DIA; delays may continue due to de-icing tonight and tomorrow.  

A message from Denver Human Services:
Denver’s Cold Weather/Emergency Shelter Plan is in effect. Outreach workers will be on the streets urging homeless people to come indoors. Several shelters are remaining open during the day to accommodate the homeless during frigid temperatures. Transportation to overflow shelter will be available as necessary. Anyone needing shelter should call 2-1-1 to be connected to resources and services courtesy of Mile High United Way.

A message from Denver’s Animal Care & Control:
Despite being covered in fur, pets are highly vulnerable to extreme temperatures. Please remember to keep pets indoors, where they can stay warm and dry.

A message from Denver International Airport:
While DIA is not expecting any additional impact from today’s snowstorm, Thursday and Friday are the busiest holiday travel days of the week.  Travelers are encouraged to check with their airlines for the most updated flight information,  allow extra time when driving to the airport and plan to be inside the airport two hours prior to their flight’s departure time.  For real-time airport road conditions, parking availability, security wait times and other airport information, visit

From Denver Water: Tips on preventing pipes from freezing, please visit:

Posted on Dec 22, 2011 (Archive on Dec 23, 2011)
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