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As of March 30th and until further notice, all HRCP staff members will be working remotely.

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Phone: 720-913-8450
Email: hrcp@denvergov.org

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The agency for Human Rights & Community Partnerships (HRCP) HRCP is the umbrella agency for one division, eight offices, and ten commissions.

HRCP works to create lasting change for Denver's residents through: 

  • advocacy
  • capacity building
  • partnerships
  • community engagement
  • direct services 

We operate under the premise that diverse perspectives, skills, and resources strengthen the foundation for lasting solutions. We constantly work in partnership with community leaders and groups on a variety of topics.

Inclusiveness is the cornerstone of our work. Every day we strive to give voices to the voiceless and to create a world-class city where everyone matters.

 

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Open Records Requests

To pay for the cost of processing a Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) request, the agency custodian may charge for the time spent to research and respond to records requests under CORA. Following the Colorado Revised Statutes C.R.S. §24-72-205(6), agency custodians may charge $33 per hour for researching, retrieving and reviewing records. There is no charge for the first hour of research, retrieval and review of records.

For more information, visit the City’s Colorado Open Records Act webpage below.

Fee Increase!

Effective Friday, July 26, 2019, the City is increasing the CORA research, retrieval and review fee to $33.00. CORA permits the State Legislative Council to review and increase the CORA hourly fee every 5 years. The Legislative Council has increased the state fee to $33.58. For ease, the City will go to $33.00 per hour after the first free hour.