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The couple’s three young children were in the house in the 5800 block of West Ninth Place when police arrived.
Job with the City & County of Denver The West Denver Park District Planner will develop, implement and manage parks planning initiatives to ensure that city, departmental, and division goals are met. This position will be responsible for projects and needs within the West Denver district. This is an exciting opportunity for a planning professional to be an integral force in many significant projects that will positively impact the community for years to come.
Federal Boulevard and the Denverite project To learn more, come to a public meeting on Thursday, May 24th at the GI Forum at 1750 Federal Boulevard. 6:30-8:00
"As the City is starting to put together its annual budget, the Denver Vision Zero Coalition and community organizations all along the Federal Boulevard corridor came together to submit a letter to Mayor Hancock requesting $5 million toward transportation and mobility improvements on Federal in 2019."
RTD ROUTE 9 RIDER ALERT Temporary Detour Effective: May 14, 2018 8:30AM - June 1, 2018 3:30PM Decatur St will be closed between 10th Ave & 8th Ave due to City of Denver paving & milling project. Passengers are advised to board at stops on 8th Ave or at stops west of Federal Blvd Eastbound: From W 10th Ave, Right Federal Blvd, Left 8th Ave to regular route Westbound: Continue 8th Ave, Right Federal Blvd, Left W 10th Ave to regular route
Who has been by to see the "bird nest" tower (actually called the mic tower) going up on the north side of Sanchez Park?
As a partner of the City and County of Denver’s Vision Zero effort, the Denver Vision Zero Team cordially invites you to the: 2018 Vision Zero Community Forum on Saturday May 12th from 10:00-2:00! We are extremely excited to have street and traffic safety partners and community members from San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Austin for the morning panel, moderated by Public Works Executive Director, Eulois Cleckley, that will explore examples of community engagement and empowerment from other cities; opening remarks by Councilman Jolon Clark; a Photovoice Exhibition by 16 residents that live along the Federal Blvd corridor; and, an afternoon panel about Denver Vision Zero. Interpretation, lunch, and children’s activities will be provided. Our goal is to have this be a partner and community event, so please pass this along to your community and customers as well (attached are event flyers in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese). RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-vision-zero-community-forum-registration-44846270402
First Projects of the GO Bond Announced! More bike lanes. Improved roads and sidewalks. Better bridges. New pools, playgrounds and tennis courts in neighborhoods – are all on the way! Not to mention your favorite museums and cultural experiences are about to get even better. Yesterday, I announced the first proposed investments into Denver’s neighborhoods as part of the 2017 General Obligation Bond (GO Bond). The list of initial projects delivers on high priority projects that are ready to get going.😍 The proposed list can (including Paco Sanchez Imagine Play) be found here. https://www.denvergov.org/content/dam/denvergov/Portals/344/documents/2017GoBond/Document_FirstIssuanceList_01052018.pdf
The Cultivator program is a six-week "train the trainer" course designed to educate community volunteers in all aspects of working with youth to foster gardening skills and to promote healthy eating. Through the Cultivator program, volunteers will work with students, schools and local communities to cultivate gardeners, grow food and nourish community. Volunteers accomplish this by providing support to the Garden to Cafeteria, Youth Farm Stand and/or to the DUG in-classroom nutrition education program, Healthy Seedlings, throughout diverse communities in Metro Denver. To learn more about this program and to apply, please visit: www.dug.org/school-garden-cultivator/.
Denver’s Annual Mulch Giveaway & Compost Sale will be held on May 5th this year and Free Learn to Compost Classes will be offered from April through October. Information on these programs is also available online at DenverGov.org/DenverRecycles. If you have any questions or would like printed materials mailed to you, please contact us contact at DenverRecycles@denvergov.org.
Here's what is going on at the old Reed Photo on 9th and Federal
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Free Concerts at Levitt Pavilion (Ruby Hill Park) this summer!
Residential seasonal street sweeping season begins Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Join us at our monthly meeting every fourth Wednesday of the month. Officer elections will be on April 25. Please be there and stay tuned for updates on the agenda and topics to research. Please note that the location may change during the summer and when Eagleton Elementary is closed.
And while you might not be able to get a new car that's less enticing to thieves, DPD stressed that drivers should protect their ride. "Lock doors, roll up windows, remove spare keys, garage door openers & valuables, park strategically and don't leave it running unattended..." Check out the rest of the list below: Honda Civic - 76 stolen Ford F-250 - 68 stolen Honda Accord - 54 stolen Ford F-350 - 32 Stolen Chevy Silverado - 28 stolen Toyota Camry - 20 stolen Subaru Impreza - 20 stolen Jeep Cherokee - 18 stolen Chevy Tahoe - 18 stolen Dodge Ram 1500 - 18 stolen
EveryBlock collects 18 types of news in Denver — including articles, real estate listings, meetups and conversations neighbors are having — and organizes it by location. Here is all the recent news and discussion near 5374-5648 W. 11th Ave.