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Denver Implements Additional Business Tax Relief Efforts

Mayor Michael B. Hancock announced today that the 2020 Personal Property Declaration filing deadline will be extended from April 15, 2020 to June 15, 2020, as allowed by Governor Polis’ Executive Order (XO) #D 2020 022.

Update to Absence Policy for CCAP Providers

Denver Human Services (DHS) recognizes the challenging circumstances confronting our community and is announcing a change to its absence policy that will take effect next month.

City Officials Provide Update Following Saturday’s Demonstrations

Mayor Michael B. Hancock, Police Chief Paul Pazen and District Attorney Beth McCann today updated the public after a fourth day of peaceful demonstrations and several nights of destruction and violence.

Mayor Hancock Unveils Proposal for $15/Hour City Employee and Contractor Minimum Wage

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Denver microgrants to help more than 1,000 youth, families in youth violence prevention amid pandemic

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Mayor Hancock announces support for Safe Outdoor Space, new funding to address homelessness

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Mayor Hancock Appoints Elias Diggins as Sheriff

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New Pilot Program Encourages More Sustainability and More Affordable Housing

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Denver Implements Additional Property Tax Relief Efforts for Residents, Businesses

Mayor Michael B. Hancock is taking additional measures to provide property tax relief to business and residential property owners. Governor Jared Polis’ Executive Order #D 2020 031 authorizes county treasurers to extend the waiver of interest on late payment of property taxes through April 30, ...

DHS Mill Levy Program Announces New Community Partners

Denver Human Services announced three new agreements with community partners and their inclusive initiatives in service of Denver residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities.