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Sep 07, 2018

The Bloomberg Mayors Challenge: Here’s What Schools Have to Say about Air-Quality Monitoring

The monitors have been in place just a short time – only since registration for school began a few weeks ago – but the students at Sabin World Elementary School in the Harvey Park South neighborhood have already noticed their presence, and their response so far has been inquisitive and insistent.

Sep 06, 2018

UPDATE! Noise Variance Request for Nighttime Work on I-70

Denver's Board of Public Health & Environment has received a request for a variance to Denver's Noise Ordinance (Chapter 36 of the Denver Revised Municipal Code) associated with planned nighttime work from 2018-2022 on portions of I-70 that pass through Denver.

Aug 22, 2018

Noise Variance Request for Nighttime Work on I-70

Denver's Board of Public Health & Environment has received a request for a variance to Denver's Noise Ordinance (Chapter 36 of the Denver Revised Municipal Code) associated with planned nighttime work from 2018-2022 on portions of I-70 that pass through Denver.

Aug 17, 2018

The Bloomberg Mayors Challenge: So, What Exactly is a Real-Time Air-Quality Monitor, Anyway?

Over the past decade, air-quality sensors have become more user-friendly and cheaper, so anyone can purchase a home monitoring system to check their indoor air quality. Our air-quality monitors quantify and assess air pollution, in an effort to determine the variables that contribute to poor air quality and to better inform decisions that could alter the effects on children diagnosed with asthma.

Aug 14, 2018

The Bloomberg Mayors Challenge: Why real-time air-quality data monitoring is especially important for Denver

Children get just one chance to grow a healthy set of lungs, which means that addressing the issues surrounding asthma at the earliest grades can go a long way toward mitigating the effects of poor air quality.

Aug 13, 2018

Denver’s Goal for Bloomberg Mayors Challenge: Lessen the Effects of Poor Air Quality on Asthma in Children

Imagine that there was a way to monitor and evaluate air quality in schools so that teachers, administrators, and even the students themselves would be able to assess the risks at any given time and take appropriate measures to lessen exposure, as well as help inform policy decisions on a community-wide basis using environmental, health, and economic data.

Jun 28, 2018

Denver Releases Action Plan to Reduce Wasted Food, Feed More Residents in Need

– The Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE) announced today the release of its Food Action Plan, a set of strategic projects to increase food equity in the city.

Jun 25, 2018

Ensuring a Safe, Enjoyable July 4th for People and Pets

Fireworks will soon light up the sky across the Denver metro area in celebration of Independence Day. These dazzling displays are beautiful and thrilling for people but they’re not so fun for pets.

Jun 06, 2018

Denver Animal Protection Offers Free Adult Cat Adoptions in June

In honor of this month’s dinosaur-packed blockbuster sequel release, Denver Animal Protection (DAP) is waiving all adoption fees for cats one year and older.

Jun 01, 2018

Denver Animal Protection Warns Residents About Dangers of Leaving Pets Unattended in Hot Vehicles

As temperatures across Denver are expected to hit the high 80s today, Denver Animal Protection is reminding residents of the dangers of leaving pets unattended in hot vehicles.

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