With the Delta variant surging, Denver has issued new public health orders requiring pre-K through 12th-grade students to wear masks at school and requiring city employees and some private-sector workers in high-risk settings to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
The public right-of-way is an area of land owned or controlled by the city for the purposes of constructing, operating and maintaining public facilities such as streets, alleys, sidewalks, bike paths for the needs of transportation, utilities and other public infrastructure. Denver's Right of Way Services manages most activities associated with public development and use of the City's right-of-way.
Right of Way Services (ROWS) is responsible for determining the required improvements and reviewing plans for regulatory compliance in the areas of transportation, survey and right-of-way management. ROWS also provides inspection and permits for construction of private and public development projects in conjunction with the use of the City right-of-way.
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