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Nov 12, 2020

City Council to hold hearing & vote on community vision for East neighborhoods

Draft Plan Addresses Key Issues in East Colfax, Hale, Montclair and South Park Hill

Nov 10, 2020

Denver program preserves $287 million in restaurant sales this summer

Almost six months after Denver announced the temporary outdoor dining program to help restaurants and bars safely expand serving capacity, remain open, and keep their staff employed during the pandemic, there is new data showing the economic impact. According to data from the Department of Finance, the program has likely contributed to the preservation of around $287 million in estimated revenue for Denver restaurants, resulting in a projected $24 million in retained tax revenue for the City and County of Denver, which would otherwise been lost had local restaurants not been able to quickly and safely reopen for business.

Nov 10, 2020

Contract 202056411 Congress Park Pool

Construction of a new, state of the art swimming pool, bath house, and pump house in place of the existing facility that is past its useful life. Replacement will begin with demolishing most of the existing facility including the pool, pump house, and bath house. Existing shade pavilion storage building, public art, and trees will be protected during construction and remain as a part of the new facility. A new 50 meter pool with 25 yard cross course constructed in roughly the same location as the existing pool. A youth pool will be built in a new location while the existing location will be demolished. Space surrounding the pool deck and perimeter fence is to be landscaped. The South side of the parking lot will be demolished and rebuilt to meet ADA requirements and include a bioswale providing water quality. An underground detention vault is planned in the South parking lot area; a variance request to remove the detention vault is currently pending approval and Unit Costs are being requested to itemize this scope of work.

Nov 9, 2020

Board Meeting: December 10, 2020 (By Phone)

Meeting of the Denver Board of Ethics
Wednesday, December 10, 2020 - 1:00 pm

Nov 9, 2020

Mayor Hancock’s 2021 Budget Adopted by City Council

Denver City Council tonight approved Mayor Michael B. Hancock’s 2021 budget, a roadmap to navigate ongoing uncertainty in the economy while expanding support for those most in need.

Nov 9, 2020

The Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE) Recognizes Racism as a Public Health Crisis, Acts to Improve Pandemic Response

Over the course of the pandemic, the City and County of Denver has witnessed the convergence of two public health crises: COVID-19 and the continuing impacts of institutionalized racism. People of color and immigrant and refugee communities have been and continue to be disproportionately sickened or killed by COVID-19. The vulnerability of these communities is a direct result of inequitable health and economic policies and systems exacerbated by this pandemic.


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