This toolkit serves as a directory to tackle common community issues that can be addressed without a planning process. Visit the city's Neighborhood Services page for a complete list of resources.
Be a Smart Ash provides information on how to protect your ash tree from emerald ash borer.
Crime and Safety
Denver Police Department provides numerous resources for neighborhoods:
For conflicts among neighbors, Community Mediation Concepts provides objective mediation, facilitation, and conflict resolution for Denver residents free of charge. They also offer resources for homeowners association members and other community groups.
Graffiti Prevention and Removal
Denver Partners Against Graffiti provides free graffiti removal assistance on business and residential properties within the City & County of Denver.
Keep Denver Beautiful
As an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, this program supports Denver neighborhoods in an effort to keep the community free of trash and graffiti.
Denver's neighborhood inspectors work to ensure neighborhoods are safe and maintained according to the city's codes.
Park Maintenance and Outreach
Denver Parks and Recreation provides park ranger contact information and news about upcoming meetings, hearings, and plans on its Community Outreach page.
Snow Shoveling and Street Snow Removal
Learn more about how Denver addresses snow removal and live information during snow storms at Denversnowplan.com.
Street Light Repair
Contact Xcel Energy if a street light is out or to report a damaged pole.
Street Light Request
Request a new mid-block or alley street light in your neighborhood
The Sustainable Neighborhoods Program gives residents the opportunity to participate in making their neighborhood a more healthy, green and livable community. Learn more about the program, certification, and sign up for the newsletter here.