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Dec 28, 2018

Employee-Driven Innovations Save Denver Taxpayers Over $30 Million Since 2011

Innovations driven by City and County of Denver employees trained by the Denver Peak Academy, have now saved over $30 million in taxpayer dollars since Mayor Michael B. Hancock established the program shortly after taking office in 2011. 

Oct 3, 2018

Elevate Denver Bond Program Launches Expanded Website

Site now offers residents timely program updates and more current and historical information

Sep 25, 2018

Mayor Hancock Presents Transportation and Parks Budget Funds to City Council Committee

Mayor Michael B. Hancock today presented his transportation and parks budgets to City Council members. The Mayor’s 2019 Budget Proposal includes substantial funding to implement the city’s Mobility Action Plan, as well as accelerate our work to improve our parks and bring more recreation opportunities to more people and more neighborhoods.

Sep 13, 2018

Mayor Hancock Doubles Down on Equity Platform

2019 Budget Reflects Equity, Access, Affordability and Neighborhood Preservation.

Jul 19, 2018

Denver releases annual financial reports for residents to learn about city’s finances

The Denver Department of Finance has released its 2017 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) and 2017 Popular Annual Financial Reports (PAFR) for residents to learn about the city’s finances.

Jun 27, 2018

$193 Million Now Available for Initial Elevate Denver Bond Program Project List

The City and County of Denver closed on the issuance of $261 million of general obligation bonds today; $193 million will go toward the Elevate Denver Bond Program and $67.9 million will go toward the refunding of the 2008 Justice System Bonds.

May 01, 2018

Notices of Value

Real Property notices of value for 2018 were mailed to property owners on or before May 1 and included the classification of the property as of January 1, 2018 and valuation of the property as of June 30, 2016 per statutory guidelines. Only properties that experienced either a valuation change or classification change from 2017 will receive these notices, primarily properties that were newly constructed, remodeled, demolished, or had a change in use. All other properties will not receive a notice and will retain the same valuation and classification for 2018 as was assigned in 2017.

Mar 22, 2018

Mayor, Business Leaders Announce New Business Improvement District Revolving Loan Fund

Today, Mayor Michael B. Hancock, joined by several business leaders, announced the creation of a new Business Improvement District (BID) Revolving Loan Fund to provide critical funding for the final organizational costs of emerging BIDs. The $200,000 Denver BID Revolving Loan Fund is part of the Mayor’s 2018 budget to expand local business and job opportunities within Denver.

 
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