The Office of the Manager provides overall management of the Department of Public Works; as well as the policy, planning, communication, and legislative coordination of the Department and its 1,100 employees.
The Department of Public Works, through its employees, provides for the delivery of high quality, cost effective, efficient, safe services involving public infrastructure and facilities to enhance the quality of life in Denver.
The 1,100 men and women of Public Works are proud to deliver the services that help to define the quality of life in Denver. Our responsibilities include year-round road maintenance and repair, weekly household trash collection service to 176,000 households, design and construction management of streets, bridges, and public buildings, transportation services through our parking management, transportation planning, engineering and operations offices, and protection of our urban environment.
City and County of Denver's response to CDOT's I-70 East Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement (SDEIS)
The Colorado Department of Transportation's public comment period on the current, preferred plan for I-70 East ended Oct. 31, 2014. Denver's response to the SDEIS is below.
Read more about the history of the City's public outreach efforts on the I-70 East project.