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May 22, 2018

Denver Announces Pilot Program to Raise Awareness of Energy Costs in Homes

The Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE) is now offering free a Home Energy Score to sellers, buyers and recent owners with helpful information about a home’s estimated energy use and opportunities for savings and efficiency.

May 22, 2018

Denver Releases Needs Assessment on Opioid Use

Today, the Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE) released the Denver Needs Assessment on Opioid Use, which was created using in-depth interviews with people who use opioids. The report highlights the experiences of people in Denver who use opioids and includes recommendations with regards to drug treatment and recovery, as well as basic needs and services.

May 22, 2018

First List of Community-Supported Neighborhood Investments Move Forward

The first investments into Denver’s neighborhoods proposed by Mayor Michael B. Hancock as part of the 2017 General Obligation Bond (GO Bond) received final approval from City Council last night. From more bike lanes and improved roads and bridges to park enhancements and major construction of cultural facilities and Denver Health, the $193 million list of initial projects delivers on high priority investments that are ready to get going.

May 22, 2018

Denver wants your input to pick its next police chief

The City of Denver will host five meetings over the next few weeks to get feedback from the community about who the city's next police chief should be. This comes in the wake of Robert White's retirement announcement in late April.

May 22, 2018

First List of Community-Supported Neighborhood Investments Move Forward

The first investments into Denver’s neighborhoods proposed by Mayor Michael B. Hancock as part of the 2017 General Obligation Bond (GO Bond) received final approval from City Council last night.

 

 

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