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Dec 18, 2018

Denver’s tall buildings partly to blame for A-Line, G-Line problems, RTD tells feds

Denver’s recent runaway growth, with high rises going up at a record pace around LoDo, is one of the main culprits in RTD’s ongoing issues with the metro area’s commuter rail network.

Dec 18, 2018

DIA testing 'next generation' security tech

Raising your arms above your heads may eventually be a thing of the past for passengers headed through Denver International Airport security. That's because DIA is the first U.S. airport to provide "next-generation" Enhanced Advanced Imaging Technology (eAIT). DIA on Monday unveiled the new technology, and will be testing one machine in the north security checkpoint

Dec 17, 2018

Notice of Short Term Rental Public Hearing

Excise and Licenses is considering the adoption of proposed rules and regulations pertaining to the Short-Term Rental Licensing Ordinance. The proposed rules were presented at the November 27, 2018 Short-Term Rental Advisory Committee (STRAC) meeting.

Dec 17, 2018

DPP Annual Preschool Showcase in January at Denver Zoo

Join the Denver Preschool Program for their seventh annual Preschool Showcase on Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019, from 9 a.m. to 12 pm at the Denver Zoo’s Norgren Hall located at 2300 Steele St, Denver, CO 80205.

Dec 17, 2018

P&R Athletic Priority Parks

The Parks Permit Office of Denver Parks and Recreation is accepting park permit applications for new and non-historical-priority events for 2019 from November 1 to December 31, 2018.

Dec 17, 2018

Denver Recycles Now Accepting Paper Cups

Did you know that 50 billion paper coffee cups end up in U.S. landfills every year? Despite being made mostly of paper, most paper cups include a plastic lining to help insulate and prevent leaks.

Dec 17, 2018

Colorado man creates app that lets you find all those electric scooters in one place

A Denver man created the app called 'Scooter Life' and allows you to just look at one app to see where all the rideshare scooters around you are. "Apps that I've done - they're basically things I do or use on a daily basis and fill a need that I have. If other people use it, that's great."

Dec 17, 2018

INC seeks applicants for Youth Programs

The Inter Neighborhood Cooperation (INC) is initiating a new program that will award $500 to Denver-based youth programs that actively conduct civic engagement projects.

Dec 14, 2018

Some Denver City Council members say repurposing parking space is key for new e-scooter rules to roll smoothly

EMAIL Electric scooters are ugly ducklings looking for their mother. They’re only allowed on sidewalks — for now — but are too fast to belong there. Machines moving 15 to 20 mph don’t mix well with strolling humans. When the scooters aren’t scooting, they sometimes block people’s path, particularly Denverites with mobility impairments.

Dec 14, 2018

Readers asked: Will the “Bridge to the Future” at the 9th and Colorado development become the bridge of the past?

The span of 1960s architecture hanging over 9th Avenue between Albion and Ash streets, once called “the Bridge of the Future” for its contributions to health science, will soon be the bridge of the past. Offices and research labs used by the the University of Colorado’s Health Sciences Center were housed within this giant, mid-century modern dresser.

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