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.
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Mayor Hancock’s new Mobility Action Plan is a clarion call for a future that offers mobility freedom for all by supporting the choices we know our residents want to make.
Check out the Mobility Action Plan
The package of infrastructure investments includes 460 projects valued at $937 million. More than half of the projects on the list will create and improve new mobility and transportation infrastructure, with the remainder dedicated to upgrades and new infrastructure across the city.
Learn more about the Elevate Denver Bond Program.
Denver is leading the way to higher wages and a more inclusive and equitable economy. A raise for Denver's workers would mean families can better support themselves and better afford the city that they helped build.
Learn more about how we're working to increase minimum wage in Denver.
Michael B. Hancock
Denver, like many U.S. cities has faced it's share of hurdles in 2020. But just like we've done before, I'm confident we're going to bounce back. And as we face what's ahead, whether it's COVID-19 or an economic crisis - we're stronger together.
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