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Sep 25, 2020

Denver recognized nationally for innovative work to reduce violence, increase opportunity among youth

Mayor Michael B. Hancock today accepted the Cities United ‘City’ Award for Denver’s longstanding work to confront youth violence and increase opportunities in under-resourced neighborhoods, including its ongoing work in approaching youth violence as a public health crisis on the Youth Violence Prevention Action Table (YVPAT).

Sep 21, 2020

Mayor Hancock: Senate should withhold confirmation of new Supreme Court Justice until the next president is inaugurated

Mayor Michael B. Hancock today urged the U. S. Senate to withhold confirmation of any nominee to the Supreme Court until the next president is inaugurated – a position the Senate Majority, including Sen. Cory Gardner, firmly held in 2016.

Sep 15, 2020

Mayor Hancock Submits 2021 Budget Proposal

Mayor Michael B. Hancock today submitted his 2021 budget proposal to City Council. To brace the city for the ongoing uncertainty in the economy, the 2021 budget proposal makes strategic cuts to most agencies, but expands budgets for programs to support the growing need for social services.

Sep 3, 2020

Denver Reminds Residents Not to Take a Holiday from Our Precautions Against COVID-19

As we celebrate the American Labor movement this holiday weekend, city leaders ask Denverites to do so safely as we continue our battle against COVID-19.

Sep 3, 2020

Denver City Government Closed Friday, September 4 and Monday, September 7

Most City and County of Denver offices will be closed Monday, Sept. 7 in observance of the Labor Day holiday. In addition, most City and County Denver offices will be closed Friday, Sept. 4 due to a previously announced furlough day for city employees.

Sep 2, 2020

Planned “Flyway” project to bring quality jobs, access to fresh food and retail to far northeast Denver residents

Today, Denver City Council’s Business, Arts, Workforce, and Aviation Committee approved a proposal for a development in the Montbello and Green Valley Ranch neighborhoods to move forward to a full Council vote on Monday, September 14, 2020.

Aug 27, 2020

City and County of Denver COVID-19 Response Update

Mayor Michael B. Hancock and city leaders provided an update on Denver’s response to COVID-19, including current data and trends, community-based testing efforts and long-term recovery.

Aug 25, 2020

City is seeking candidates for new Housing Stability Strategic Advisors group

Applications are currently being accepted for the new Housing Stability Strategic Advisors group. The purpose of the Housing Stability Strategic Advisors group is to provide advice and recommendations regarding the planning and implementation of city programs, services, and expenditures related to homelessness resolution, housing stability, and housing opportunities. Read the full posting for information and requirements.

Aug 24, 2020

Denver Voters to Decide on New Funding for Housing, Shelter and Services to Help Resolve Homelessness

Denver City Council tonight unanimously referred a measure to the November ballot to invest in significantly increased housing options, shelter and other services necessary to help resolve homelessness.

Aug 10, 2020

Denver Dedicates Funding to Benefit Small Businesses in Priority Neighborhoods

Denver launches the Priority Neighborhood Small Business Fund (PNSBF), a grant program to support micro and small businesses located only within priority neighborhoods identified by Denver Economic Development & Opportunity’s (DEDO) division of Neighborhood Equity & Stabilization (NEST).