Kendra Black

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  • Volunteer to shovel sidewalks for neighbors in need! The Snow Angels program helps Denver residents who need assistance shoveling their front sidewalks during the cold winter months. Contact Tess Trewin at or 720-913-8452 to volunteer.
  • Help us advocate for a skate park and BMX track in southeast Denver! Email
  • Stay up to date and learn more here about the YMCA redevelopment. There is a meeting on January 25. See details below in Upcoming Events.
  •  Redistricting Community Meetings will be held virtually and in-person in February. Dates include February 2, 9, 12, 15, 16 & 23. See details and locations below in Upcoming Events.
  • 2022 trash, recycling and composting schedules changed citywide on January 3, 2022. Learn more here.
  • We are pleased to present these reports on the history of the (PDF, 31MB)Wellshire Inn(PDF, 8MB) and the (PDF, 24MB)Eisenhower Park Picnic Shelter(PDF, 18MB)
  • Snow removal in the city:

Who do I call to report a problem?
You are Denver's eyes and ears. Please report issues to the city so they can respond to your concerns.

  • Call 311 or go online to to report problems such as potholes, snow on sidewalks, ice buildup*, damaged/fallen trees, weeds, trash/recycling/compost missed pickup, and neighborhood issues.
  • Call 311 or go online to to report encampments.
  • Call 911 to report a crime in progress.
  • Call the Denver Police Non-Emergency line to report a crime not in progress at 720-913-2000.
  • Call Denver Parking Enforcement at 720-913-1600 to report parking violations such as vehicles parked in bike lanes and commercial trucks parked overnight on city streets.
  • Call the Abandoned Vehicle Hotline at 720-865-0471 to report cars, trucks, RVs, and campers that have not moved in more than 72 hours.
  • Stay clear of downed lines and report them immediately to Xcel Energy at 1-800-895-1999 or call 911

*Have you noticed ice build-up in the gutters on east & west streets? Click here to learn how to prevent and report it. 


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