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In Mayor Hancock’s State of the City address in July 2018, he announced an initiative we are calling “Community Care Day,” where Denver Public Works will organize and deploy equipment and resources on a particular day in a particular neighborhood to make immediate fixes in the public right of way. The initiative supports Mayor Hancock’s Equity Platform to take a stronger role in connecting people to opportunity and providing support to Denver’s residents and neighborhoods.


Community Care Day 


Park Hill Neighborhood — Saturday, April 27, 2019


before and after of speed limit sign obscured by tree branch that was cut back 


before and after photo of potholes on roadway and new asphalt patching 


Montbello Neighborhood — Saturday, March 30, 2019


School zone sign before and after, with crooked falling sign replaced with new post 


crew members in safety vests carring bags of trash in snowy park area 


Montbello Neighborhood — Saturday, February 23, 2019


before and after of bent stop sign at intersection replaced with new sign 


before and after photo of graffiti cleaned off of fence 


before and after photo of leaning stop sign replaced with new upright post 


Sun Valley Neighborhood — Saturday, November 17, 2018


group of workers dressed warmly with safety gear picking up trash along roadway 


West Colfax Neighborhood — Saturday, October 6, 2018


before and after photo of weeds cleaned out around No Parking sign 


before and after photo of roadway damage repaired near curb and gutter 


before and after photos of damaged street name sign replaced with new sign