Finance & Governance - Chair
This Council committee reviews contracts, plans, and presentations related to finances and budget, technology services, human resources, state lobbying, city services, ethics, and more.
This Council committee reviews contracts, plans, and presentations related to land use and development, zoning, transportation, and infrastructure in the City and County of Denver.
This working group studies citywide challenges facing transit, mobility, sidewalks, street maintenance and planning, public safety at intersections and traffic management, and looks at successful models across the country in order to present a comprehensive plan for funding and implementing strategies to make Denver a more walkable, bikeable, safe, and transit-oriented city.
State Legislative Planning Group
The State Legislative Planning Group stays abreast of current issues at the state level and advocates on behalf of the City and County of Denver.
The DSTMA, is a partnership of public and private entities in the South I-25 Urban Corridor working to promote relationships between the partners for the purpose of identifying and developing transportation solutions to enhance mobility, drive economic development and further position Denver South in the I-25 Corridor.
The Board of Directors is made up of representatives from the public and private sectors, including elected officials and business leaders committed to increasing the availability and use of transportation choices to improve traffic, air quality, health, and economy for businesses and residents in the Denver area.
The Colorado Municipal League promotes and protects municipal interests and priorities, ensures municipal leaders have the information they need and the opportunity to inform others, and demonstrates leadership and provides opportunities for leadership for members united for a strong Colorado.
With support from each jurisdiction and in partnership with Denver Water, the Conservancy is connecting stakeholders in support of comprehensive planning to ensure that the Canal is protected and enhanced for future generations.
The High Line Canal Working Group is a collaborative effort of 19 municipalities to secure funding for - and implement - projects that will help enhance and protect the unique recreation experience along the High Line Canal.
The RAQC was established in 1989 to serve as the lead air quality planning agency for the Denver metro area. The mission is to develop and propose effective and cost-efficient air quality planning initiatives with input from local government agencies, the private sector, stakeholder groups, and citizens of the Denver metro area and the Denver Metro/North Front Range Ozone Non-Attainment Area.
The Denver Park Trust addresses park access and equity by enhancing Denver’s park system through the mobilization of financial and popular support for land acquisition for new parks and improved park amenities.