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Aug 24, 2020

Board Meeting: September 15, 2020 (By Phone)

Meeting of the Denver Board of Ethics
Wednesday, September 15, 2020 - 9:00 am

Aug 24, 2020

Denver Voters to Decide on New Funding for Housing, Shelter and Services to Help Resolve Homelessness

Denver City Council tonight unanimously referred a measure to the November ballot to invest in significantly increased housing options, shelter and other services necessary to help resolve homelessness.

Aug 24, 2020

Contract 202055093 Mill Levy 23 - Yosemite Corridor & Mill Levy 14 - Downing at Evans & Yale - Traffic Signal Upgrades

This is the 2019-2020 Traffic Signal Upgrade – Mill Levy Package 23 & Mill Levy Package 14 Project. The overall objective of this project is the reconstruction five (5) traffic signals and install new one (1) within the City and County of Denver - total six (6) traffic signals. The locations of these traffic signals are at the following intersections: 1.) E. Nassau Ave. & S. Yosemite St 2.) E. Mansfield Ave. & S. Yosemite St. 3.) E. Kenyon Ave. & S. Yosemite St. (new signal) 4.) E. Jefferson Ave. & S. Yosemite St. 5.) Downing & Yale and 6.) Downing & Evans. In addition to the traffic signal upgrades, there will be improvements made to curb ramps, sidewalk, curb and gutters, curb returns, and damaged sidewalks, and curb and gutter at each intersection for enhanced pedestrian access. Ramp improvements will be constructed to current CCD standards and specifications. In addition, there are existing storm sewer inlets and manholes at the intersections require relocation or resetting.

Aug 21, 2020

Mayor Hancock and Denver Human Services Distribute Emergency Food Supplies Through Denver Dream Center’s Dream Pantry Food Fridays Program

Mayor Michael B. Hancock joined Denver Human Services and the Denver Dream Center today to distribute emergency food supplies to Denver residents and community agencies. Funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farmers to Families Food Box Program, the supplies were given to support the growing number of Denver residents experiencing food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Aug 20, 2020

Denver Animal Protection Urges Pet Vigilance During Record-High Temps

Amid the spate of record-high temperatures hovering around 100F across Metro Denver, Denver Animal Protection (DAP) is reminding drivers never to leave pets alone in vehicles – not even in the shade, not even for that “quick minute” to run an errand. A car is not a babysitter, and this is a preventable tragedy.


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