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Oct 21, 2019

RFQ: 5280 Loop On 21st Street Design

The selected team will work under the guidance of the City and County of Denver (CCD) and Downtown Denver Partnership (DDP) staff to further analyze, evaluate and develop 30% design plans for creating an urban trail along 21st Street from Coors Field to Benedict Fountain Park. This project will build off the previous work of the 21st and Wynkoop Street Urban Design Plan (2016) and the 5280 Loop Concept Design Study (on-going) and will evaluate modifications to the street from a range of perspectives, including changes to multimodal access, drainage/utilities, adjacent land uses, etc. This effort will establish relationships between the multiple functions of the shared right-of-way, incorporating the wide range of design concepts envisioned for The 5280 Loop. A project milestone will occur after 30% design completion and an unknown portion of the corridor will be brought to 100% design with remaining funds.

Oct 18, 2019

Jane Feldman Appointed to Board of Ethics

Denver City Council appointed Jane Feldman to the Denver Board of Ethics and she was sworn in by County Court Presiding Judge Theresa Spahn on October 16, 2019

Oct 17, 2019

Board Meeting: November 13, 2019

MEETING OF DENVER BOARD OF ETHICS
Wednesday, November 13, 2019 - 8:00 am

WEBB MUNICIPAL OFFICE BUILDING
201 West Colfax Ave
Conference Room 2.D.4
(Court Place side of Tower Building – near Contractor Licensing Counter)

Oct 16, 2019

Park(ing) Day 2019

On September 20, DPW and representatives from Denver City Council transformed three downtown parking spaces at 15th Street & Court Place into outdoor meeting spaces and areas to inform passersby about city programs and services. It was a huge success!

Oct 16, 2019

Denver Public Health & Environment Kicks Off Program Monitoring Schools’ Air Quality

Sensors from the Love My Air program are now tracking outdoor air quality on the schools’ campuses, with the goal of helping those schools make healthier choices for their students. This is important because children are more susceptible to poor air quality, including decreased lung function and missed days of school. Now, for the first time, parents, teachers, and administrators can monitor air pollution, in real-time, on campus each day.

 

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