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Mar 23, 2020

Contract 202053970 River North Promenade, Phase 1

This project will convert approximately 1400' of existing roadway at Arkins Court from 35th to 38th Avenues into a linear park with water quality elements, planter boxes, gangway and pavilion structures, and locations for the public to sit, have events, play, and exercise. Elements of construction in this project include earthwork, concrete edging, walls, curbing, flatwork, and paving, asphalt milling and overlay, asphalt paving, decking, drilling, structure fabrication and erection, storm pipe installation, wiring, lighting, irrigation, and landscaping.

Mar 23, 2020

City's COVID-19 Response Update and Stay At Home Order

Mayor Michael B. Hancock announces a new Public Health Order with an explicit stay at home directive for the City and County of Denver that will go into effect at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24.

Mar 22, 2020

Denver Animal Shelter closes adoptions and vaccination clinics, highlights crucial ways people can help

Due to ongoing concerns surrounding COVID-19, Denver Animal Protection is taking precautionary steps to avoid virus transmission, including closing adoptions and vaccination clinics at Denver Animal Shelter. Denver Animal Protection is hoping for the community’s support during this time to continue to provide limited services to Denver’s human and animal populations. Denver Animal Shelter remains open for limited intake and stray pet services, as we must reunite lost pets with their families.

Mar 20, 2020

City and County of Denver COVID-19 Response Update

The City and County of Denver has issued an amended public health order to align with the state’s directive related to public gatherings and additional business closures. 

Mar 19, 2020

Denver Announces Initial Economic Relief Package for Businesses, Employees

The City and County of Denver is committed to identifying, developing and implementing local programs, including financial and wrap-around services, to support Denver business owners and their employees affected by the city’s public health response to COVID-19.


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