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Apr 9, 2020
Mayor Michael B. Hancock invites residents across Denver to join the City in showing support for first responders and essential workers with light displays. Mayor Hancock was joined by Councilwoman Kendra Black, and Police Chief Paul Pazen from safe distances to light Denver’s City and County Building in red and white as an expression of gratitude for all the first responders and medical personnel supporting the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Apr 7, 2020
With assistance from the State and shelter/service providers, Denver is expanding its efforts in providing greater physical distancing for people experiencing homelessness. Today the city also welcomed assistance from the Colorado National Guard, which is deploying approximately 250 unarmed personnel to help with current sheltering efforts.
Apr 6, 2020
Effective immediately, Mayor Michael B. Hancock is extending the City and County of Denver’s Stay at Home Public Health Order until April 30, 2020. The city is also extending its ban on mass gatherings through April 30 and will begin posting its daily Emergency Operations Situational Report to denvergov.org.
Mar 27, 2020
Effective immediately, the City and County of Denver has amended its Stay at Home directive by adopting the state’s latest Public Health Order in its entirety. This update aims to eliminate confusion in the community related to any differentiation between the two orders. Should the state issue revised, subsequent orders, they will be automatically adopted and applied to Denver’s order.
Mar 23, 2020
Mayor Michael B. Hancock announces a new Public Health Order with an explicit stay at home directive for the City and County of Denver that will go into effect at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24.
Mar 16, 2020
Denver – City and County of Denver’s response to COVID-19. The order also includes the closure of all restaurants and bars, except airport concessioners, to onsite seating, effective 8 a.m. on Tuesday, March 17, for eight weeks until May 11.
Mar 13, 2020
With the announcement by Mayor Michael B. Hancock of a pending Public Health Order today, the City & County of Denver has canceled public events at certain venues owned and operated by the city beginning today, until April 12.
Mar 12, 2020
Mayor Michael B. Hancock declared a state of emergency for the City and County of Denver in response to COVID-19 (the coronavirus). The declaration order signed by the Mayor today may make additional emergency resources available to assist in Denver’s emergency response and gives the city greater flexibility to procure needed resources. The seven-day emergency order will be in effect through March 19, 2020.
Mar 10, 2020
Following discussions with public health officials at the city and at the urging of the Mayor during consultation yesterday and this morning, the Denver St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee has made the tough decision to cancel this year’s parade due to the on-going situation surrounding COVID-19
Feb 27, 2020
Today, Mayor Michael B. Hancock announced Denver’s plans to transform a one-block stretch of roadway between the city’s iconic Civic Center Park and City and County Building into a versatile public gathering space and event space that people can enjoy year-round.
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