New! Denver’s current public health order requires face coverings in indoor public settings and on public transportation and sets business capacity at Level Blue beginning April 16.Find additional information on vaccinations, testing, current face-covering requirements, business and event guidance, and more.
The Office of Climate Action, Sustainability, and Resiliency runs a number of programs and services to advance sustainability as a value in our business and residential communities.
We are also a hub and connecting point to partners and other city departments working on related efforts. If you can't find what you are looking for on our site, we may know where to find it. Connect with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Denver seeks to reduce the number of disposable carryout bags used, littered, and landfilled. Denver’s Fee on Disposable Bags requires retail stores in Denver to charge $0.10 for each disposable bag provided to customers at checkout starting on July 1, 2021.
Sustainability is more than a trend. It's good business. We're here to help your business become Certifiably Green!
Learn about the flexible energy efficiency and renewable energy options for existing buildings over 25,000 square feet to comply with the Green Buildings Ordinance.
A commitment is a new, specific, and measurable action that will help Denver achieve our shared climate goals. Make a commitment to action today!
Reduce emissions. Save money. Breathe cleaner air. These are great reasons to pass gas! Learn more about making the switch to an electric vehicle.
Find information about recycling, compost, and trash services in your neighborhood.
Get access to tools, training, and resources to better align the interests of tenants and landlords to achieve healthy, high-performance, energy-efficient buildings.
Get support and recognition from the City as you work as a neighborhood to make Denver a vibrant and sustainable community.
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