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Dec 4, 2018

Denver Water costs are going up, especially for the suburbs

Residents of Denver and neighboring cities will pay higher water bills next year, generating an additional $8 million that Denver Water says it needs.

Dec 4, 2018

Uber reportedly scooting around idea of buying Bird or Lime

Uber is bullish on shared electric scooters — so bullish that the ride-hailing giant reportedly is considering buying Bird Rides Inc. or Lime.

Dec 3, 2018

Denver County Cultural Council seeking applicants

Applications are now being accepted for the Denver County Cultural Council. The cultural council is a board authorized by the State of Colorado, appointed by Denver City Council, and managed by Denver Arts & Venues to distribute Scientific & Cultural Facilities District Tier III revenues to science and cultural organizations in Denver. Applications are due by Thursday, Dec. 6.

Dec 3, 2018

Denver Water 2019 Rates

The Denver Board of Water Commissioners recently adopted rate changes to fund essential upgrades and new projects to keep Denver Water’s system running smoothly. The new rates take effect Feb. 1, 2019. Denver Water expects that monthly bills for most Denver residents to increase by 55 cents per month if they use water the same as they did in 2018.

Dec 3, 2018

2018 Denver Human Services Holiday Gift Drive

Denver Human Services’ (DHS) Adopt-a-Family, Teen, or Senior Holiday Gift Drive kicked off on Thursday, November 1st. The annual holiday gift drive, coordinated by GIVE Denver, pairs dozens of donors in the community with hundreds of families, teens, and seniors who receive services from DHS.

Dec 3, 2018

Apply Today to Become a Denver Master Composter

The Denver Master Composter Training Program offers Denver residents a unique opportunity to learn about composting and recycling topics, and to give back to the community by sharing this information with others.

Dec 3, 2018

Lyft becomes nation's biggest bike share provider with latest acquisition

Lyft is now the largest bike share provider in the country. Doubling down on transportation efforts outside of cars, Lyft said Thursday it completed its acquisition of Motivate, the company behind Ford GoBikes.

Nov 13, 2018

Lime issues global recall of one of its electric scooter models

The fast-growing electric-scooter company Lime has decided to immediately remove one of its models from every city across the globe after determining that it could break apart while in use

Nov 13, 2018

Colorado voters will see another transportation ballot question soon

After Colorado voters handily rejected two transportation-funding ballot measures in Tuesday’s election, the next step is already clear: Another vote is set a year from now.

Nov 13, 2018

Airbnb is preparing to engage Denverites to house refugees and people displaced by disaster

After hurricane Sandy hit New York City in 2012, an Airbnb user reached out to the company to see if she could offer her home up to displaced people free of charge. Airbnb obliged, set up a page just to fill the needs of families affected by the storm. In a video on the company’s website, the user said 1,400 hosts had signed up to share their spare beds by the end of the ordeal.

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