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Dec 4, 2019

Denver Expands Strategies to Provide Housing, Emergency Shelter for Individuals Facing Homelessness

Mayor Michael B. Hancock today announced the first in a series of upcoming public and private contracts to further assist individuals facing homelessness to get indoors and to connect to permanent housing solutions.

Dec 3, 2019

Denver Receives Federal Approval to Advance Reconstruction of 16th Street Mall

Denver’s plan to reconstruct the 16th Street Mall took a major step forward today with the completion of the project’s environmental phase. The City and County of Denver and project partners the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), Regional Transportation District (RTD), Denver Urban Renewal Authority (DURA), and Downtown Denver Partnership (DDP) will next initiate the process to select a design/build contractor to reconstruct the 16th Street Mall including gathering feedback from the community on key components of the reconstruction process. FTA found the project to have no significant impact on environmental resources and officially issued a “Finding of No Significant Impact” (FONSI) on Nov. 26, 2019. This marks completion of the Environmental Assessment (EA). The EA identified a Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA) to reconstruct the 16th Street Mall between Market Street and Broadway to address infrastructure, mobility, safety, and public use needs (see attached graphic).

Dec 2, 2019

City to Host Fifth Annual Sustainable Denver Summit

Mayor Michael B. Hancock and Denver’s Office of Sustainability host the fifth annual Sustainable Denver Summit on Thursday, Dec. 5, at the Colorado Convention Center. The Summit is the community’s premier gathering of industry leaders and professionals working on today’s most important sustainability solutions. Their work will help Denver achieve its ambitious 2020 Sustainability Goals and other efforts to improve sustainability and climate action.

Dec 02, 2019

West Denver Activist Nettie Moore: ‘Been There, Done That and Seen It All’

A long-time community activist, Nettie Moore has lived in the same West Denver neighborhood since 1927. This is her story.

Nov 27, 2019

How Tech Improves Kids' Health

Did you know Technology Services helps improve kids health? In this episode, we are interviewing Michael Ogletree from the Office of Public Health about the air quality sensors that were recently deployed around public schools.

Nov 27, 2019

Denver Commemorates World AIDS Day

Subject matter experts from Denver HIV Resources (DHR) will be on hand to connect with anyone wanting to learn more about DHR and HIV care and treatment in metro Denver. World AIDS Day provides an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, to show support for people living with HIV, and to remember those who have died from an AIDS-related illness.

 

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