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May 1, 2019

Denver adding 8 bikeways in 2020, 125 miles of bikeways during next 5 years

The City of Denver is planning to add eight bikeways in 2020 and 125 miles of new bikeways over the next five years. The first bikeways will be paid for with $18 million from the Elevate Denver Bond, approved by voters in 2017.

May 1, 2019

Climate change fighters want voters to approve a carbon tax in Denver this November

A local group is floating a ballot initiative that would tax electricity and natural gas to raise money to combat climate change in Denver.

Apr 30, 2019

Denver has a five-year spending plan for the millions of dollars it’s raising for parks

The city on Monday released a plan for using the millions of dollars earmarked for new city parks raised through a sales tax increase. The five-year proposal outlines how the city would use the money raised through 2A, a ballot initiative passed by voters in 2018 allowing for a .25 percent sales tax increase to collect money for creating and maintaining parks in Denver.

Apr 30, 2019

Cableland, the Mauve Mansion, Is Denver's Latest Historic Landmark

When he passed away in 2000, Daniels left behind the billion-dollar Daniels Fund to continue his philanthropic work, as well as Cableland, the circa 1987 post-modern mansion that he’d built at 4150 Shangri-La Drive and later gifted to the city, with the idea that it would serve as the official residence of the mayor.

Apr 30, 2019

Denver expands a property tax relief program to include low-income families

Denver is expanding a program that has provided partial refunds of property taxes to seniors, an offer designed to help people stay in their homes as costs rise. What’s new is summarized in a name change, from the Elderly or Disabled Refund Program to the Denver Property Tax Relief Program.

Apr 30, 2019

Here’s where Denver will start spending its new $37.5M parks fund

Denver voters agreed last November to increase sales taxes in Denver to pay for a host of urban issues, including tens of millions of dollars for parks and green spaces. On Monday, the city announced its plans for some of that money.

Apr 30, 2019

8th Avenue & Colorado Blvd Lane Closure

As part of the ongoing redevelopment at 9+CO, on Monday, May 6, Continuum will begin closing the north lane of west bound 8th Avenue from Bellaire Street to Colorado Blvd and the east lane for north bound Colorado Blvd from 8th Avenue to 9th Avenue.

Apr 30, 2019

Proposed Bikeway Installations

Over the next five years Denver will be installing 125 miles of new increasing the number households within a 5-minute ride of a high-comfort bike facility from 38 to 75 percent.

Apr 30, 2019

8th Avenue & Colorado Blvd Lane Closure

As part of the ongoing redevelopment at 9+CO, on Monday, May 6, Continuum will begin closing the north lane of west bound 8th Avenue from Bellaire Street to Colorado Blvd and the east lane for north bound Colorado Blvd from 8th Avenue to 9th Avenue.

Apr 30, 2019

Pedestrian Safety and Mobility Projects Underway at Boulevard One

Boulevard One is envisioned as a multimodal, mixed-use community. Several projects are in the works to make it easier and safer to get around, whether you're walking, rolling, taking transit or driving.

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