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November News and Views Council Woman At-Large Debbie Ortega

Denver’s Busiest Parks to Get More Rest Several of Denver’s largest and most used parks will continue to get rest periods during the busiest times of year. The city’s Park Rest Period initiative protects parks and maintains a balance between recreational use and public events. In 2017, Denver’s Parks and Rec instituted a trial program wherein public event permits were restricted in the city’s six busiest parks. During rest periods a park cannot be permitted for a public event. The rest periods, occurring between April 1st and October 31st, ranged from two to four weekends per month, depending on the specific needs of the park.  Each year, the Denver Parks and Recreation Permit Office determines the exact rest dates after historical events are booked, but prior to the permit opening date in early November. These dates are published online with the Office of Special Events. If you have any concerns or comments please email Park.Permits@denvergov.org. Click Denver Parks and Rec Rental and Permits to learn more.

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    On the subject of art, there are two incredible new public art installations in Denver you don't want to miss: Artist Shantell Martin created a sprawling and engaging 2,050-square-foot installation outside of Understudy - a new art space underneath the stairs of the Convention Center.

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The Rec Center will open in December

    The city and county of Denver hopes to have its new rec center at the northeast corner of Josephine Street and East Colfax Avenue open by December, said Cyndi Karvaski, spokeswoman with Denver Parks and Recreation. On a monthly basis, the center is expected to serve 35,000 people, including many students from the nearby East High School, Karvaski said in an email.

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Ten projects show sweep of Denver’s $937 million bond package, from transit and fresh pavement to botanic arts and new rec center

A rendering by Davis Partnership Architects shows the Denver Botanic Gardens’ planned Center for Science, Art and Education, as it would look from 11th Avenue and York Street. The project is set to receive $18 million from Denver’s bond package to supplement private fundraising.

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...city, takes aim at a long-standing safety issue: an at-grade railroad crossing near East 47th Avenue and York Street, just blocks from Swansea Elementary, that is unavoidable for some children on their walk to...

...quick-response range of nearby fire stations — the city will build a new station at Tower Road and East 72nd Avenue...

Denver Health Medical Center’s campus northwest of Sixth Avenue and Broadway will get a $155 million outpatient health building called the Outpatient Medical Center, shown in this rendering. Denver’s bond package includes $75 million for the project.

    Ten projects show sweep of Denver's $937 million bond package, from transit and fresh pavement to botanic arts and new rec center
    Denver's massive, $937 million bond package proved exceptionally popular with Denver voters last week. All seven components cleared two-thirds support among the nearly 143,000 voters who turned out, with the transportation package exceeding 75 percent. But when will the roughly 460 projects, from small repaving plans to big new buildings, get started?

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News Letter November 2017

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    Wayne News Nov Letter Read about the East Central Planning Initiative Survey The East Central Neighborhood Planning Initiative continues to make progress in discussing future improvements for six neighborhoods (Capitol Hill, Cheeseman Park, Congress Park, City Park, West City Park, and North Capitol Hill) and Colfax Avenue from Broadway to Colorado Boulevard.

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