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Heavy Late-Season Snow Can Damage Trees

City of Denver
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Denver Promoted to “Silver Medal” Status in the CityHealth Annual Policy Assessment

CityHealth regularly evaluates cities on the number and strength of their policies that advance health and well-being using Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medals. Denver is one of six cities across the country that improved their overall medal scores by moving from Bronze to Silver status
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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 ...
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City to Host Fifth Annual Sustainable Denver Summit

Mayor Michael B. Hancock and Denver’s Office of Sustainability host the fifth annual Sustainable Denver Summit on Thursday, Dec. 5, at the Colorado Convention Center. The Summit is the community’s premier gathering of industry leaders and professionals working on today’s most important ...
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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...
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Keep Your Pets Safe This Halloween

Denver Animal Protection (DAP) offers advice to keep pets from harm on Halloween tomorrow when all those ghosts and goblins invade our homes.
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Lightshade Labs LLC Voluntarily Recalls Medical and Retail Marijuana Due to Presence of Yeast/Mold in Marijuana Products

A Denver marijuana business, Lightshade Labs, is voluntarily recalling medical and retail marijuana plant material due to the presence of elevated yeast and/or mold counts.
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Denver Public Health & Environment Kicks Off Program Monitoring Schools’ Air Quality

Sensors from the Love My Air program are now tracking outdoor air quality on the schools’ campuses, with the goal of helping those schools make healthier choices for their students. This is important because children are more susceptible to poor air quality, including decreased lung function and ...
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Denver Animal Protection Reminds Residents to Protect Pets When Temperatures Drop

As the Denver-metro area braces for its first blast of winter weather this season, Denver Animal Protection reminds residents to ensure pets are protected from the elements. Failing to do so could have dangerous consequence for pets and lead to a Cruelty to Animals or Animal Neglect charge, up to...
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On Thanksgiving Day: Thankful for Food and Fire Safety

Important advice to keep your family safe from bad food on Thanksgiving and after.
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