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  Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) City Preparedness Update

Stay updated on the coronavirus in Denver and learn about youth resources available during the pandemic.

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Citizens and elected officials bringing ideas to together to improve the lives of young people.

Denver's boards and commissions create opportunities for community members, government officials, business leaders and nonprofit representatives to work side-by-side in making decisions that impact the success of our youth. Denver has over 130 boards and commissions. Those that have a direct impact on youth and children are listed below.

COVID-19: Youth Resources

We know the coronavirus pandemic has created challenges on many levels for everyone. As information evolves and we continue to work together toward recovery, we want to ensure that Denver families are aware of a few tools and resources to support the well-being and success of their children.

Complete List of Boards & Commissions

Mayor Michael B. Hancock appoints approximately 700 people to serve on over 130 City and County of Denver Boards and Commissions.

View the full list and learn how to apply.

Board & Commission Contacts

For contact informaton, please visit the web page of the specific board or commission of interest.



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Denver, CO 80202

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