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Fine District 9 News - July Edition

 

Denver’s FINE District 9 is one of Denver’s most vibrant and busiest districts. Its boundaries encompass Auraria, Downtown, Union Station, RiNo, Globeville, Elyria-Swansea, Clayton, Cole, Whittier, and the City Park neighborhoods. With over 60,000 residents the FINE District 9 is incredibly diverse and experiencing a huge influx of public and private investments changing each neighborhood. Our goal is to increase equitable development so that Denver’s District 9 can remain the diverse community it has always been.

As a local government office, we are often at community events and meetings, where we listen to constituents, get feedback, and a deeper understanding of what concerns there are in each neighborhood. The FINE District 9 Summer Survey is a temperature check of the District and its constituents. This survey helps our office understand more fully what constituents feel are the important issues in their neighborhood as well as shape our priorities for the upcoming year. We seek to get a better understanding of the people we serve.

To read the full report, click here. 

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Denver’s FINE District 9 is one of Denver’s most vibrant and busiest districts. Its boundaries encompass Auraria, Downtown, Union Station, RiNo, Globeville, Elyria-Swansea, Clayton, Cole, Whittier, and the City Park neighborhoods. With over 60,000 residents the FINE District 9 is incredibly diverse and experiencing a huge influx of public and private investments changing each neighborhood. Our goal is to increase equitable development so that Denver’s District 9 can remain the diverse community it has always been.

As a local government office, we are often at community events and meetings, where we listen to constituents, get feedback, and a deeper understanding of what concerns there are in each neighborhood. The FINE District 9 Summer Survey is a temperature check of the District and its constituents. This survey helps our office understand more fully what constituents feel are the important issues in their neighborhood as well as shape our priorities for the upcoming year. We seek to get a better understanding of the people we serve.

To read the full report, click here.