A few rules on animals & pets:
You can call (303) 698-0076 to report barking or vicious dogs, dog at large.
Coyotes: Coyotes can be identified by a black tipped tail, black shoulder stripe, gold eyes, long pointed ears & nose and long legs
Tips for safety around the home:
If you encounter a coyote(s) when walking your dog:
NOTE: Coyotes are skittish and will eventually run away. They avoid confrontation with aggressive people. To report coyote activity or for further information, contact Doug Kelly with Denver Parks and Recreation, atDoug.Kelley@denvergov.org or (720) 913-0630.
For more information on wildlife in and around Denver, visit the 'Wildlife' section of the Denver Parks & Recreation website.
1020 Cherokee St.
Denver, Colorado 80204
Foreclosure hotline counselors can offer free assistance in helping homeowners navigate the foreclosure process and can act as a facilitator between homeowners and their mortgage lenders.
Heating cost assistance available for qualifying low-income families beginning Nov. 1, 2011
The Low-income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) is a heating cost assistance program that helps underserved families and individuals, many of whom are children, seniors and disabled, by paying a portion of their heating bill every November through April. This season, the City and County of Denver, Human Services agency is changing its application process for LEAP. Denver County now only accepts LEAP applications via mail, fax or through designated LEAP drop boxes stationed at every Denver Human Services office.
Beginning Nov. 1, 2011, Denver County applicants can download an application at www.denvergov.org/leap, request it be sent by mail by calling 1-866-HEAT-HELP(432-8435) or visit a Human Services office.
On or after Nov. 1, 2011, Denver County applicants may submit applications via:
• Fax: 720-944-4899, or;
• Mail: Denver LEAP, PO Box 40609, Denver CO 80204, or;
• Drop Box located at all three Denver Human Services locations (1200 Federal Blvd.,
3815 Steele St. and 4865 Peoria St.).
Dining and having a cocktail on an outdoor patio or rooftop is a unique aspect of the restaurant, bar and nightclub experience in Denver. Such establishments gain excellent value as patrons are drawn by outstanding views of the Mile High City offered by open air seating areas.
However, such areas require a permit called a "Tables, Chairs and Railings (TCR)" permit. Holding this permit for such outdoor spaces means that establishments follow City regulation regarding the existence of outdoor seating areas to ensure safety for both patrons and pedestrians in the public right-of-way. For more information and details on "TCR" permits, please visit www.Denvergov.org/streetfurniture, or call the Department of Public Works at 720-865-2782 or 303-446-3759, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Want to register to vote or find your Voter Service Center? Would you like to view election maps & records, read ballot initiatives, or take a look at the election calendar? Contact the Denver Elections Division at 311, or visit www.denvervotes.org
Powers and duties of the Denver Clerk and Recorder
Report graffiti to public works for free removal assistance* by submitting a 311 Help Request
* For free removal assistance on your property, you must complete a removal authorization form
You can also call to report graffiti found in your area:
911NOW includes three key tools that will help residents get the assistance and information they need now:
“As the number of individuals who want to live in Denver increases, so too does the demand on our emergency response system. As our city continues to grow, we must also enhance our response system to meet our residents’ needs in a great way, and that is what 911NOW aims to do.”
Together, these three tools will help Denver’s first responders save time and save lives.
You can call 3-1-1, or go to the 311 online help center, for these issues:
Denver is fortunate enough to have a great number of active Registered Neighborhood Organizations (RNOs). They are important and helpful organizations that aide us in getting the work of the City done. They publicize important news, review land use issues and provide feedback and generally weigh in on matters facing their neighborhoods.
As the weather turns colder, the City of Denver wants our residents to know what to expect when snow falls. Visit www.DenverSnowPlan.com for more detailed information on snow removal. During snowfall, we update the website in real time to reflect current conditions and our strategies.
A residential parking permit exempts a resident’s vehicle from the posted, on-street parking time limit restrictions on the block in which the vehicle owner resides. While having a residential parking permit doesn't guarantee you a parking space, it does mean you don't have to worry about time limits when parked on your block
A residential parking permit does not allow parking in violation of any other parking regulations such as:
If you received a permit renewal letter in the mail, you may now renew your residential parking permit online.
From May 1 to Oct. 1, customers must follow these rules: no watering between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., no watering during rain or strong winds and no watering sidewalks and streets, among other summer watering rules. Denver Water employs a group of water-use enforcement officers to make sure customers understand the rules. First-time offenders receive a warning, second-time offenders receive a $50 fine and third-time offenders receive a $100 fine. If customers continue to violate the rules, their water service may be shut off.
There are exceptions, however, like watering for up to 21 days to establish turf from seed or sod. Our operating rules detail the policy in full.
Colorado’s semi-arid climate means everyone needs to do their part to ensure adequate water supplies will be available well into the future. Thank you for continuing to use only what you need.
Denver Water Administration Building
1600 W. 12th Ave.
Denver, CO 80204-3412
Customer Care: 303-893-2444
General fax number: 303-628-6199
Pay your bill through one of our flexible payment options.
Find a Rebate
See how you can spend less money on energy.
Report a Problem
Notify us of an outage, gas leak or other emergency.
See Renewable Energy Solutions
Learn more about wind and solar energy programs.
What you need:
The Colorado.gov online renewal service allows you to renew one or several vehicles in a single transaction using a credit card or electronic check. The service is provided by a third party working in partnership with the State of Colorado. The price of items purchased through this service includes funds to develop, maintain, and enhance the state's official web portal, Colorado.gov.
Denver Motor Vehicle will mail renewal reminder postcards the 15th of the month prior to the expiration month as a courtesy to Denver residents. If you did not receive a card or you lost your renewal card, call 311 and they can connect you with a DMV Specialist who can look up your registration fees and whether you need proof of insurance or emissions, you can then still take advantage of the online or mail in renewal options.
Northeast Branch - In the Arie P. Taylor Municipal Building
To find property related information such as property taxes and records for your home or business, visit the Assessor's Office.
You can also view detailed property information with our interactive real property search application which can show property assessment values, maps, comparables and more.
The Denver Zoning Code implements the city's vision for the future of Denver. The code is intended to balance conservation and development, achieve design excellence in the built environment and guide Denver's prosperous and sustainable future.
You can also find other related zoning information including :
According to Community Planning and Development’spreservation staff, historic preservation is achieved by local designation of both structures and districts. In order for a potential structure or district to be eligible for designation, it must meet two of the three criteria for historical significance described in the Landmark ordinance (Chapter 30): History, Architecture, and Geography. (View theLandmark Ordinance for specific criteria). All applications for designation are reviewed by Landmark staff, the Landmark Preservation Commission, the Denver Planning Board, and City Council.
General process for designation is as follows:
While the Landmark Preservation Commission can make a recommendation for designation of an individual property or district, only City Council can approve the designation through a public hearing process. The entire process for designation is designed to maximize public input and involve the participation of registered neighborhood organizations.