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Oct 4, 2018

Denver’s fleet of scooters reaches 1,400 as another company enters the fray

A fourth company deployed 350 new electric scooters on Denver streets over the past two days as city officials work to educate users on safe use of the still-growing fleet.

Oct 4, 2018

Historic Sundial Restored In Denver Park

Here comes the sundial. Denver's Cranmer Park neighbors, politicians and staffers from Denver Parks and Recreation celebrated Wednesday as the $2 million restoration of the park's red sandstone terrace and six-foot sundial in the park was officially complete. The plaza has been closed since November, 2017.

Oct 4, 2018

New Training and Background Check Requirements Implemented by Denver for Security Guards on Nov 1

The most commonly issued professional license in Denver is undergoing major changes. Denver is replacing the Merchant Guard Individual and Merchant Guard Company Licenses with a new Security Guard and Private Security Employer Licenses effective on November 1.

Oct 4, 2018

Denver Kicks Off Snow Season

"Winter is coming” and Denver Public Works would like to help people prepare for snow before the flakes start falling! Starting this snow season, people will be able to see a snapshot of how Denver’s plow crews are working to keep commuters moving safely on the city’s main streets and residential streets through Denver’s new Plow Tracker.

Oct 4, 2018

Senator Irene Aguilar to Lead Denver’s Neighborhood Equity and Stabilization Team

New director to lead impact team focused on preserving culture, character and community of Denver neighborhoods

 

 

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