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Nov 12, 2019

Three Years Into Denver’s Innovative Social Impact Bond Program, Independent Report Points to Continued Success

A third independent evaluation report by the Urban Institute released today shows most residents of Denver’s Social Impact Bond (SIB) funded supportive housing program remain housed three years into the innovative housing-first initiative.

Nov 12, 2019

Mayor Hancock’s 2020 Budget Approved by City Council

Denver City Council tonight approved Mayor Michael B. Hancock’s 2020 budget, a $1.5 billion spending plan that prioritizes equity and opportunity for all while preparing the city for an economic slowdown.

Nov 10, 2019

Councilman Chris Herndon: From War Veteran to Politician

Before being elected to represent District 8, Councilman Chris Herndon served in the U.S. Army for nearly seven years. In honor of Veterans Day, Herndon sat down with #IAMDENVER to discuss his transition to civilian life, the biggest challenges facing veterans today, and why public service is so important to him.

Nov 8, 2019

23 Children United with Adoptive Families During Annual Denver Adoption Day

Laughter, joy, and a few tears filled the Lindsey-Flanigan Courthouse today as 23 Denver children were officially united with 20 adoptive families during Denver’s 15th Annual Adoption Day celebration.

Nov 8, 2019

Denver seeks members for new Climate Action Task Force

Denver’s Office of Sustainability is currently seeking members to join its newly created Climate Action Task Force. The Climate Action Task Force will be charged with creating consensus in the Denver community by May of 2020 around an updated climate work plan through an equity lens, securing the resources that will be needed, and creating revenue mechanisms.

Nov 07, 2019

Mayor Hancock Announces 2019 Mayor’s Design Awards Winners

Twelve transformational projects across the city highlight best in design, architecture, preservation and more

 

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