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Nov 4, 2020

Denver votes to allow restricted breeds in the City with a permit

Denver Animal Protection (DAP), a division of the Denver Department of Public Health & Environment, announces that Denver residents voted November 3, 2020, to repeal the restricted breed ban that has been in place in the City and County of Denver. Under Denver’s Ordinance Sec. 8-67, pit bull breeds (American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, or Staffordshire Bull Terrier) are prohibited unless they have been issued a provisional Breed-Restricted Permit.

Nov 3, 2020

City Warns of Consequences for Violating Public Health Orders

The Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE) is sounding the alarm over egregious violations of the city’s public health order—and warns offenders of consequences, ranging from citations to business license revocations.

Nov 3, 2020

RFQ: Jewell/Evans Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge

This RFQ is for professional design services for the Complete Design of the preferred layout of a bicycle and pedestrian bridge over the railroad Consolidated Main Line (CML) [which includes the Regional Transportation District (RTD) Southwest light rail corridor] and Santa Fe Drive (US 85) as identified in the Evans Station Bicycle and Pedestrian Connectivity Analysis (2012) and the Jewell Avenue Pedestrian Bridge Conceptual Alignment and Constraints Design Analysis Report (2019). The anticipated span over the railroad tracks and roadway is approximately 350 ft. Design related activities may include structural analysis and design, ADA analysis and design, civil design, maintenance of traffic, topographic and ROW survey, Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) and utility coordination, environmental remediation, lighting design, stakeholder coordination, and ROW acquisition support.

Nov 2, 2020

City Accelerates Elevate Denver Bond Program with $170 Million Infusion into Local Economy

¬Denver will issue a substantial jolt to the local economy by pumping nearly $170 million into infrastructure investments in neighborhoods across the city by accelerating the Elevate Denver Bond Program. Tonight, the City Council approved Mayor Michael B. Hancock’s request to more than double the planned Elevate Denver Bond Program fourth debt issuance from $70 million to $170 million. With Denver City Council approval secured, the program is now preparing to move dollars out the door and into the community, faster.

Nov 2, 2020

City Accelerates Elevate Denver Bond Program with $170 Million Infusion into Local Economy

Denver will issue a substantial jolt to the local economy by pumping nearly $170 million into infrastructure investments in neighborhoods across the city by accelerating the Elevate Denver Bond Program. Tonight, the City Council approved Mayor Michael B. Hancock’s request to more than double the planned Elevate Denver Bond Program fourth debt issuance from $70 million to $170 million.

 

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