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Nov 5, 2019

117.2 Million in Safety, Connectivity, and Community Improvement Projects Authorized Through Third Issuance of Elevate Denver Bond Program

Two years into the voter-approved program, projects progress through development, design and construction

Nov 5, 2019

DDPHE and Denver Police Issue Warning: Fentanyl Found in Denver

The Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE) and the Denver Police Department (DPD) are warning the public about an extremely potent and dangerous drug found in Denver. During a recent undercover investigation, DPD officers seized what appeared to be a significant amount of black tar heroin in a brick-like form. It was later determined to be fentanyl.

Nov 5, 2019

Community, City Council input secured over future of Park Hill Golf Course in settlement with owner

The City and County of Denver finalized a Settlement Agreement with Westside Investment Partners that maintains existing land use restrictions at the privately-owned Park Hill Golf Course and guarantees the community and City Council will have a defining role in any proposed changes.

Nov 5, 2019

Vehicle Mounted Signs Slow Speeds in Work Zones

Denver Public Works has launched a new effort to improve safety and slow drivers as they approach DPW work sites. The Department has purchased five (5) vehicle-mounted speed feedback signs that attach to fleet vehicles parked alongside traffic operations crews. The signs are turned on when crews are working and let drivers know how fast they’re going as they pass DPW workers.

Nov 4, 2019

Support Your Community This Season Through Annual DHS Donation Drive

Denver Human Services is launching the ninth annual Adopt-a-Family, Teen, or Senior Holiday Gift Drive. The drive pairs donors in the community with hundreds of families, teens, and seniors receiving services from DHS programs, regardless of their financial or family situation.

Nov 01, 2019

Mayor Hancock's Giving Tree

Mayor Hancock invites you to give back this holiday season by donating a hat, scarf or pair of gloves or mittens to benefit a family in need. There are 12 donation locations throughout the city - see the map below to find one near you. All warming items are distributed through the Denver Human Services' GIVE Center.


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