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    Resourceful Today - Thriving Tomorrow
    • Mayor Michael B. Hancock celebrates the opening of the first Denver B-cycle station to be included in the design of a new development to mitigate concerns about parking
      Mayor Michael B. Hancock celebrates the opening of the first Denver B-cycle station to be included in the design of a new development to mitigate concerns about parking  
    • Denver City Energy Project launches, targeting our largest buildings for energy efficiency
      Denver City Energy Project launches, targeting our largest buildings for energy efficiency
    • Denver City Council passage of an ordinance allowing Denver residents to sell homegrown produce and cottage foods
      Denver City Council passage of an ordinance allowing Denver residents to sell homegrown produce and cottage foods
    • Mayor Hancock enjoying Denver
      Mayor Hancock enjoying Denver's first protected bike lane on 15th Street
    • Members of the Office
      Members of the Office's Advisory Council and the City's Sustainability Implementation Committee work to create Denver's sustainability vision
    • Even the Sun knows – Denver was selected as America’s first ‘Solar-Friendly Community
      Even the Sun knows – Denver was selected as America’s first ‘Solar-Friendly Community'
    • Mayor Hancock & Denver youth celebrating B-cycle
      Mayor Hancock & Denver youth celebrating B-cycle's first on-street station
    • Denver International Airport has 8 megawatts of installed solar generation capacity and will go over 10 megawatts in 2014
      Denver International Airport has 8 megawatts of installed solar generation capacity and will go over 10 megawatts in 2014
    • Denver’s Office of Sustainability Advisory Council gets a close look at sustainable, affordable housing through the award-winning Mariposa Project
      Denver’s Office of Sustainability Advisory Council gets a close look at sustainable, affordable housing through the award-winning Mariposa Project
    • Denver is certainly happy about efforts by groups like Walk Denver to make us a more walk-friendly community
      Denver is certainly happy about efforts by groups like Walk Denver to make us a more walk-friendly community  

    Latest News

    Mar 24, 2015

    Mayor Avanti Bcycle pictureMayor Michael B. Hancock and Denver Bike Sharing formally announced the installation of Denver B-cycle’s largest station - 30 docks in all - and the first to be included as part of the overall plan for mitigating concerns about parking in a new development design.

    Mar 24, 2015

    Colorado Crop Calendar

    Want to buy local food but not sure which fruits and veggies are in season in Colorado? Check out this Colorado Crop Calendar from the Colorado Department of Agriculture!

    Mar 18, 2015

    Be Healthy Denver bannerFive-year Community Health Improvement Plan enrollment goal achieved four years ahead of schedule.

    Events

    Mar 24, 2015

    Denver Food Rescue inviteSupport Denver Food Rescue by attending their Market & Menu event, a craft fair and fundraising dinner at The Garden in Park Hill. In addition to dinner, drinks, and a market with local artists (clothing, jewelry, fermented foods, painting, hand bound journals, & more) a vinyl DJ will set the tone for the celebration.

    Mar 24, 2015

    RTD fare station

    RTD is hosting 16 planned public hearings in the Denver metro area over the next few weeks to solicit more public comment on their proposed fare changes. Click for specific dates, times, and locations.

    Mar 10, 2015

    Why So Cold comicHave you spent this winter in a drafty house, wondering why you are wearing three pairs of socks inside? Are you looking to buy a home and want to make sure you stay warm? The “Why So Cold?” home energy efficiency workshop will educate home owners and buyers on the benefits of energy efficiency and the process of implementing efficiency upgrades in their home.

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