Denver is activating additional overnight shelter capacity from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 8 and Saturday, Dec. 9.
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The 16th Street Mall renovation project reached a significant milestone this week with the arrival of oak trees that are being planted between Market and Larimer streets. The installation marks the beginning of a comprehensive initiative to replace, diversify and expand the urban tree canopy along the iconic street.
The City and County of Denver is continuing its work to improve stormwater management systems on Denver’s east side where much of the existing stormwater infrastructure dates to the 1930‘s and is undersized to meet drainage needs. A new phase of this work starts Monday to help mitigate persistent flooding issues during storm events.
With light snow showers expected to linger today, Denver’s snowplow drivers will remain on duty to address the city’s main streets, clearing snow and dropping deicer as needed.
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Meeting of the Denver Transportation and Infrastructure Advisory Board held the second Tuesday of every month.
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In order the complete the 16th Street Mall project as quickly as possible and minimize impacts to businesses, PCL Construction has submitted a petition to the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE) for a noise variance, which would allow for specific construction activities to occur at night.
Denver Post Building, 101 W. Colfax Ave, Suite 800, Health Equity Hall, Denver 80202
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