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Dec 22, 2010

Denver City government to close on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve

In observance of the Christmas Day and New Year’s Day holidays, all City and County of Denver offices will be closed Friday, Dec. 24 and Friday, Dec. 31, respectively.

Dec 21, 2010

The Citizen Oversight Board is looking for potential board members

Individuals interested in joining the Citizens Oversight Board have until January 7, 2011 to turn in applications.

Dec 9, 2010

Mayor Hickenlooper Announces New Chief of Staff and Deputy Chief of Staff

Mayor John Hickenlooper announced Tuesday the appointment of Jack Finlaw as Chief of Staff and Erin Trapp as Deputy Chief of Staff.

Nov 29, 2010

Denver awarded $2M federal grant for Gang Reduction Initiative of Denver (GRID)

The City of Denver recently received more than $2M in federal grant funding in support of the Gang Reduction Initiative of Denver (GRID).

Nov 24, 2010

Denver City government to close for Thanksgiving, furlough day

Scheduled closures Thursday, Nov. 25 and Friday, Nov. 26 will affect most – but not all – City services. For a comprehensive list of closures for specific City functions, read more... 

Nov 24, 2010

Denver International Airport offers holiday travel tips

Use these suggestions from DIA to help you get “over the river and through the woods” this Thanksgiving.

Nov 10, 2010

Denver City government closed Thursday for Veterans Day

In observance of Veterans Day, most City and County of Denver offices will be closed Thursday, Nov. 11. Find out how vatious City functions will be affected during the closures.

Nov 4, 2010

Mayor Hickenlooper, City Council restore library and recreation center hours in 2011 budget

Mayor John Hickenlooper announced a final draft of the 2011 budget that includes more library and recreation center hours.

Oct 4, 2010

Denver to host Denver Big Air January 25 – 26, 2011

Ski and World Cup snowboarding event in Denver for the first time in the United States

Sep 15, 2010

Mayor Hickenlooper delivers 2011 budget to City Council

Mayor John Hickenlooper today delivered a proposed 2011 budget to City Council that keeps the City moving forward while providing sustainable options and operational flexibility.
“The 2011 budget marks the third year in a row we have had to close a deficit between projected revenues and expenditures to balance the budget,” Hickenlooper wrote in a letter addressed to the City Council, City employees and Denver residents. “It required that we find sustainable ways to more efficiently and effectively maintain the core services that are most critical to our residents.”