COVID-19 INFORMATION & RESOURCES
The City & County of Denver is working with local, state, and federal partners to provide accurate information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) to the public. Help us spread facts, not fear. Get COVID-19 Information on support services, donations & volunteering, safety information and more!
Volunteer to help those in need.
Senior Shopping Hours are available at many stores.
Help Colorado Now provides ways you can help those affected by COVID-19
To-Go Denver has information on Denver metro area's best restaurants that are ready to serve up delicious food and/or alcohol for carryout, curbside or delivery service.
UPDATE ON COMMUNITY MEETINGS:
Coffee Talks: Technology Today - CANCELED
APRIL 20 - 30
Climate Action Task Force Public Engagement - Online Forum
Visit their website to learn more.
E Dartmouth Ave Bike Lane Follow-Up - Virtual Open House
Register to join the Zoom Meeting on April 22 from 6-7 PM.
Yale Corridor Study Meeting -Virtual Open House
The Yale Avenue Corridor Study will be hosting a virtual open house the evening of April 29. If you would like to sign up for meeting details and other project news, please email the project team at: YaleCorridor@denvergov.org. You can also check back on the project page that will be updated with meeting details in April.
Kmart Community Information Meeting - Virtual Meeting
Join the Zoom meeting online or by phone: 346-248-7799. The meeting ID is 305 381 908
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3540 S. Poplar St., Suite 100
Denver, CO 80237
Councilwoman Black wants to hear from you! Appointments are available every week. Schedule a 15-minute appointment by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-337-4444.
Councilwoman Kendra Black took office as the Denver City Council Member representing District 4 in southeast Denver in July 2015. Dedicated to serving her constituents, Kendra is a constant advocate for District 4 and is committed to working collaboratively to keep Denver strong and moving in the right direction for everyone.
Kendra’s district priorities include neighborhood planning, mobility and safety, and community engagement. Citywide goals include addressing Denver’s mobility challenges, housing, sustainability, and parks.
Kendra chairs the Finance and Governance Committee, the State Legislative Policy Group, and is a member of the Land Use, Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and the Charter Review Committee. She is the chair of the Denver Park Trust Board and serves on the Colorado Municipal League Executive Board, High Line Canal Conservancy, Regional Air Quality Council, Denver South TMA Board, Transportation Solutions Board, and SCFD Board.
A proud Denver native, Kendra was born and raised in southeast Denver and grew up working in her family’s small business. Graduating from Denver’s Thomas Jefferson High School, she has a BA and MA from the University of Colorado. She has been actively involved in the community for three decades, successfully advocating for schools, students, neighborhoods, and parks.