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April 2, 2019

Denver Proposes Creation of New Department of Transportation and Infrastructure

Mayor Michael B. Hancock and Public Works executive director Eulois Cleckley, joined by Councilwoman Mary Beth Susman and the mobility community, today announced a proposal to create a new Department of Transportation and Infrastructure. The new department would better facilitate a multi-modal transportation system in Denver, helping people get to where they need to go with greater ease and freedom of choice.

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Jun 19, 2019

Public Works Fleet Management Division Named No. 1 Leading Fleet

After years of showing up as a top competitor and leading government fleet operation in North America, DPW Fleet Management has taken the top spot and was named #1 Leading Fleet in 2019.

Jun 18, 2019

Denver Receives Grant for Recycling Education

Mayor Michael B. Hancock, The Coca-Cola Foundation and national non-profit group The Recycling Partnership announced today the launch of a new large-scale recycling education campaign that will be piloted this summer. Denver was recently awarded a $250,000 recycling grant from The Coca-Cola Foundation to pilot the public education campaign, which is being rolled out on billboards, bus shelter signs, digital advertising and postcards. Denver Public Works will also begin tagging trash carts this summer with informational cards in eight neighborhoods. The pilot, which runs through the fall, will help give Denver a better understanding of what approach works best for recycling education to support its goal of increasing recycling and composting rates from what is now 23 percent to 34 percent, the national average.

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