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Aug 27, 2020

As Denver’s record overdose deaths continue, DDPHE emphasizes prevention

The Denver Department of Public Health & Environment’s (DDPHE) Community & Behavioral Health (CBH) division is observing International Overdose Awareness Day on Monday, August 31 – a day of remembrance of those lost to overdose – by reminding the community of the many critical services available for people who use substances and their friends and family members. These include naloxone, harm reduction strategies, and prescription drug safety and disposal.

Aug 27, 2020

City and County of Denver COVID-19 Response Update

Mayor Michael B. Hancock and city leaders provided an update on Denver’s response to COVID-19, including current data and trends, community-based testing efforts and long-term recovery.

Aug 27, 2020

RFQ: 2020 General Civil On-Call Construction (SBE)

The Department of Transportation is soliciting Requests for Qualifications from multiple qualified Small Business Enterprise (SBE) certified firms for on-call construction services. The City has identified the need to establish a group of qualified contractors available to respond to proposal bidding requests for the execution of construction work for the City’s infrastructure. The Contract will be utilized to construct a variety of improvements to the City’s infrastructure, typically within City right-of-way. These improvements may include, but are not limited to: pre-construction services, minor roadway construction, pavement removal and rehabilitation, safety improvements, traffic signal, lighting and telecommunications installations and/or modifications, landscape improvements, general storm sewer improvements, minor bridge work and/or traffic maintenance.

Aug 25, 2020

Denver Department of Public Health & Environment Awards Nearly $6 Million in Grants to Feed Hungry Kids

An estimated 22% of Denver’s population is struggling with hunger during the COVID-19 pandemic, doubling the city’s previous hunger rates. The Denver Department of Public Health & Environment’s (DDPHE) Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Commission is awarding $5,961,555 in grant funding to feed hungry children in our city through the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids (HFDK) Initiative.


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