As you know, Denver is seeing increasing demand for non-traditional housing. With the evolving needs of residents in mind, along with recent changes to other housing regulations, city planners have been working with an advisory committee to evaluate the Denver Zoning Code’s rules for group living uses, including households, community corrections facilities, shelters for the homeless, residential care homes, new uses like tiny home villages, and more.
As part of this effort, the public is invited to the project's first open house. Attendees will learn about the project and share their thoughts and ideas.
Group Living: Community Open House
5:30 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, August 14
McNichols Building, Civic Center Park
144 W. Colfax Ave.
We hope you join us for the meeting and remain engaged throughout the project! Visit www.DenverGov.org/groupliving to learn more.
What you need to know to cross the road safely!
Learn more about crosswalks and how to stay safe walking in Denver. Download the brochure now!
As a trained Mental Health First Aider, you know that mental illness and substance use disorders are prevalent. And that's true for young people, too: one in five youth aged 13-18 will experience a mental illness in their lifetime. That means that in a classroom of 25 students, five will have a mental illness.
To address mental health and substance use in school settings, our #BeTheDifference focus this month is Back-to-School: Why Mental Health Matters at School.
Here are 5 ways you can #BeTheDifference this back-to-school season:
From Saturday, September 8, 2018 to Friday, September 14, 2018, the Athmar Park Active Living Coalition will be holding a pop-up demonstration event. Event set-up will begin at 6:00 AM on 9/8, and event breakdown will begin at 6:00 AM on 9/14. Flaggers will be present to control traffic during setup and breakdown times. This event is intended to give the community an idea of what different traffic-calming measures might look like in Athmar Park. These traffic-calming measures help to make people feel safer walking, biking, and wheelchair-rolling as a form of transportation, leading to residents and community members leading more active and healthy lives. Please note that all installments during this event are temporary.
The location of the event will be on South Tejon Street from West Alameda Ave to West Mississippi Ave. There will be a sidewalk buffer added to the east side of South Tejon from West Alameda to West Virginia Ave. A sidewalk buffer is an extension of the sidewalk out into the street by using cones and planters to protect pedestrians from cars on the road. On S Tejon at the West Exposition Ave intersection, there will be a curb extension using cones and tires. At the West Kentucky Ave and South Tejon St intersection, we will be adding a mini roundabout using cones and tires. A mini roundabout is made using materials, such as cones and tires, to form a circle in the middle of an intersection, helping traffic flow more smoothly through the intersection. Between West Tennessee Ave and West Mississippi Ave on South Tejon, we will be installing 3 chicanes. Chicanes are narrowed portions of the road – we will be using the “bump-out” form, using tires and cones. Opposite the chicanes, there will be no parking allowed, marked by signs. Lastly, we will be installing a protected bike lane on the north side of West Kentucky between South Tejon and South Raritan Street, using cones and planters to separate the bike lane from the rest of the road.
Signs describing these installments will be posted throughout the event site. Athmar Park will be holding regular community meetings to help residents understand this project and to get feedback.
There will be various opportunities for residents of Athmar Park to volunteer with us. Volunteer opportunities will be announced at our neighborhood meetings, on our Facebook (www.facebook.com/APActiveLivingCoalition/) and Instagram (@ActiveLivingCoalition) pages, at the Athmar Park regular community meetings, and in the Athmar Park newsletter. They will also be accepting materials donations for this project.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Rosie DeVito, Active Living Coalition Program Manager, at email@example.com.
Join us to learn about the Senior Property Tax Exemption and its future in Colorado!
Are you aware of a benefit to Coloradans 65 and older - allowing an exemption on property taxes on the first 50% of $200,000 of your residential property value? Do you already access this benefit in an effort to combat rising property taxes?
Come learn more about potential changes to that benefit!
The Strategic Action Planning Group on Aging (SAPGA), along with Colorado Senior Lobby (CSL) and Colorado Gerontological Society (CGS) are collaborating to host a meeting focused on the Colorado Homestead Exemption - a state property tax reduction benefit that people over 65 can receive in Colorado as long as they have lived in their home for ten years or more. The purpose of the Homestead Exemption for older adults was intended to help them with costly property taxes and help keep them in their home.
When: Tuesday, August 14
Registration & Social 8:00 - 8:45am
Program 8:45 - 1:00pm
Where: PPA Events Center
2105 Decatur Street
Denver, Colorado 80211
Program will run from 8:45 - 12:30pm and will be followed by the Colorado Senior Lobby Annual Meeting with election of directors. Follow this link for more information on Denver, Grand Junction, Fort Collins, and Facebook livestreaming.
PSYAH funds help support creative, short-term physical improvement projects that aim to transform our underutilized urban spaces to increase collaboration, honor heritage, build civic engagement, beautify neighborhoods, enrich communities and inspire long-term change.
In 2018, PSYAH will fund $70,000 in grants, applicants can request up to $10,000 in funding per project. Grants must be matched 1:1 by applicants through cash or in-kind contributions (goods or services) or volunteer time.
Call for proposals: August 13 – September 21, 2018
Submission deadline: 5 p.m. on September 21, 2018
Award Notification: October 2018
Please read full GUIDELINES and use our TOOLKIT prior to filling out the online APPLICATION.
Denver Parks & Recreation (DPR) is in the process of implementing a “technical update” to its current Dog Park Master Plan, which was completed in 2010.
Currently, there are more than 50,000 dogs registered in the City and County of Denver and 12 designated off-leash dog parks. Much like Denver’s human population growth, it’s expected that the number of dogs will continue to increase. To help alleviate the various issues that arise from an increasing dog population in a growing city, many municipalities are looking towards dog parks.
What’s a “technical update”?
The term “technical update” is used to describe the re-examination of an existing plan. After almost 10 years of use and changing city demographics, Denver’s 2010 Dog Park Master Plan is now outdated.
Visit the project page to find more information and resources, including Frequently Asked Questions.
Online survey open until September 30, 2018!
This survey is intended to identify the public’s needs and priorities for current and future dog parks in Denver. The input gathered will inform details of the technical update.Whether you’re a dog owner or not, we need your input—thank you for your time and feedback; and for sharing this survey with your neighbors! Take the dog park survey now!
El Departamento de Parques y Recreación de Denver (DPR) está en proceso de implementar una "actualización técnica" de su actual Plan Maestro de Parques para los Perros, que se completó en 2010. Actualmente, hay más de 50,000 perros registrados en la Ciudad y el Condado de Denver y 12 parques para perros sin correa asignados. Al igual que el crecimiento de la población humana de Denver, se espera que la cantidad de perros continúe aumentando. Para ayudar a aliviar los diversos problemas que surgen de una creciente población de perros en una ciudad en crecimiento, muchos municipios están buscando parques para los perros.
¿Qué es una actualización técnica?
El término "actualización técnica" se usa para describir el reexamen de un plan existente. Después de casi 10 años de uso y de cambiar los datos demográficos de la ciudad, el Plan Maestro de Parques para los Perros 2010 de Denver ahora está desactualizado.
Visite la página del proyecto para encontrar más información y recursos, incluidas las Preguntas Más Frecuentes.
La encuesta está abierta hasta el 30 de septiembre de 2018:
Esta encuesta tiene como objetivo identificar las necesidades y prioridades del público para los parques para perros actuales y futuros en Denver. La información recopilada informará los detalles de la actualización técnica. No importa si eres dueño de un perro o no, necesitamos su aporte - gracias por su tiempo y comentarios; ¡y por compartir esta encuesta con tus vecinos!
¡Haz la encuesta sobre el parque para perros ahora!
Starting this weekend, Denver Public Works will be removing an old, unused bridge over Alameda Avenue just west of Cherokee Street. The work will require four weekend closures of Alameda Avenue between South Santa Fe Drive and Cherokee Street. Fully closing the roadway will allow crews to complete the work more quickly.
Full closures on Alameda are scheduled for the following weekends:
Each weekend, the road will reopen to traffic on Monday morning. Drivers should plan on taking alternative routes during these weekend closures. Access will be maintained for people walking and riding bikes, except for the weekend of August 9.
The public’s patience and cooperation during construction are greatly appreciated. All work is weather dependent and subject to change.
Two Upcoming Public Hearings on Aug. 8 - Athletic Fields Permitting Policy and Proposed Naming of Unnamed Asbury & Tejon Park to "La Lomita Park"
CITY & COUNTY OF DENVER
DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION
NOTICE OF PROPOSED NAMING OF PARK AT ASBURY & TEJON
Notice is hereby given that the Denver Department of Parks and Recreation is considering the naming of the Unnamed Asbury & Tejon Park between W Jewell Ave and W Evans Ave and S. Tejon St and S. Vallejo St as “La Lomita” in response to a community wide effort led by Councilman Clark, District 7. The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board will hear public comments on this petition on August 8, 2018 at 5:30 pm at the regular meeting of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, held at the Wellington Webb Municipal Building, located at 201 W. Colfax Ave., Room 4.F.6. A copy of the petition is on file with the Manager of Parks and Recreation.
CITY & COUNTY OF DENVER
DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION
NOTICE OF UPDATED PARKS AND RECREATION ATHLETIC FIELDS PERMITTING POLICY
Notice is hereby given that the Department of Parks and Recreation has proposed revisions to the Parks and Recreation Athletic Fields Permitting Policy. The intent of the proposed revisions is to update the current system for how permitting in DPR is fulfilled, how requests are prioritized, state the regulations and allowable use for permittees, permittable hours and dates, and consequences for policy violations. The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board will hear public comments on this revised policy on August 8, 2018 at 5:30 pm at the regular meeting of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, held at the Wellington Webb Municipal Building, located at 201 W. Colfax Ave., Room 4.F.6. A copy of the Athletic Fields Permitting Policy, as modified, is on file with the Manager of Parks and Recreation and accessible through the Denver Parks and Recreation website.
We're seeking your nominations for the 2018 Mayor’s Design Awards!
Since 2005, the Mayor’s Design Awards have honored projects throughout the city for excellence in architecture, exterior design and place-making. The awards are presented to Denver homeowners, business owners, nonprofits, and artists for their creative contributions to the public realm through innovative design.
Many different types of projects are eligible. Previous award winners range from restaurants and galleries to private single-family homes to plazas and other shared public spaces. What each of the projects have in common is the imaginative and innovative way they enhance public spaces and create a sense of community.
Nominations are due Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in late fall. To nominate a project, learn more about the Mayor’s Design Awards and see past winners, visit DenverGov.org/MDA .
Mi Casa Resource Center’s Financial Services Technical Training is a 3-week program that trains for customer-facing roles in banks and credit unions.
Upcoming training: Application deadline: July 25th
Dates of training: Wednesday, August 1 – Wednesday, August 22nd
9:15 am- 2:45 pm Monday- Friday
Emily Thomas | Career Recruiter | Direct 303.539.5611
Rev-up Your Resume is a monthly workshop to learn basic tips to tailor your resume and successfully apply for jobs in the digital world.
Date: Thursday, July 19th, 2018
Time: 5:30 p.m – 8:00 p.m
*Limited space, RSVP required.*
Emily Thomas | Career Recruiter | Direct 303.539.5611
SPECIAL NOTE TO THE PUBLIC:
There will be four full weekend closures of Alameda Avenue between South Santa Fe Drive and Cherokee Street for crews to remove an old, unused bridge over Alameda Avenue just west of Cherokee Street. Fully closing the roadway to vehicle traffic will allow crews to complete the work more quickly. Drivers should plan on taking alternate routes during these weekend closures. Access will be maintained for people on foot and bikes - except for the weekend of August 2.
WHEN ARE THE CREWS WORKING?
There will be full closures of Alameda on the following weekends:
The public may contact 303-991-4591 with any questions regarding project scheduling.
The Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE) recently signed the Energy Future Partnership with Xcel Energy that will help Denver meet climate and energy goals through clean and renewable technology, energy efficiency, electric vehicles and grid resilience.
Through July 18, Xcel Energy and DDPHE are encouraging residents to sign up for the Renewable Connect program to help Denver achieve its renewable energy goals. The program aims to deliver clean, affordable solar energy to Denver residents with no equipment necessary.
Renewable Connect Benefits
Denver Human Services’ eighth-annual Adopt-a-Student School Supply Drive is going on now! Throughout the month of July, staff at the DHS GIVE Center work with community members and donors to provide backpacks filled with school supplies for children whose families are clients of Denver Human Services, including children in foster care, experiencing homelessness, or whose families otherwise can't afford to help them. To make this year’s drive a success, they your help!
Here’s how you can help:
Discover Denver, a project to identify historic and architecturally significant structures citywide, begins work along South Broadway this month. The survey is gathering information about all Denver buildings using public records, neighborhood canvassing, academic research, and tips from the public. Findings from the survey will later be accessible online so that everyone can learn about Denver’s past — building by building.
Historic Denver, Inc. and the City and County of Denver lead this project, funded mainly by a Colorado State Historical Fund grant.
As a part of its efforts this summer, the project will hold a Discovery Day event on August 25th from 1 – 4 p.m. at the Emerson School, at 1420 Ogden St. Residents are invited to bring historical information, old photographs, and memories to share with Discover Denver. Volunteers will be on hand to scan documents and photos, and to capture stories.
Denver joins other major cities, including Los Angeles and Phoenix, that are conducting building surveys. Project benefits include:
Over the next few months, residents and business owners will experience minimal – if any – impact from volunteer surveyors working along South Broadway between 1st Avenue and Alameda. Survey volunteers observe a property from the public street or sidewalk, taking notes on its physical integrity (whether or not the building retains its historic features). Volunteers will have project-specific identification and should identify themselves to you if asked. No one associated with Discover Denver will enter or access your property without your permission.
Community input is key to the success of the project! Tell us your stories and learn more about the project at www.DiscoverDenver.CO.
The public is invited to learn about and provide feedback on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recommendations for the South Platte River, Weir Gulch, and Harvard Gulch.
All meetings begin at 5:30 pm. There will be a presentation at 6:00 pm followed by an open house until 7:30 pm.
July 31, Weir Gulch Study – Barnum Recreation Center, 360 Hooker Street.
August 1, South Platte River Study – REI, 1416 Platte Street (3rd Floor).
August 2, Harvard Gulch Study – Porter Hospital, 2525 S. Downing Street (Grand Mesa Conference Room).
In 2015, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the City and County of Denver began a feasibility study of three urban waterways in Denver. Previous rounds of public meetings were held in both 2015 and 2016. General study background and information on the previous public meetings is available for review at www.denvergov.org/denverwaterways.
The ecological health of the South Platte River has been adversely affected by encroaching urbanization and past flood control projects. The primary goal of the South Platte River recommendations is to develop a cost-effective, multi-pronged approach to river restoration that will restore ecosystem habitat, with secondary goals to improve water quality and reduce flood risk, where feasible.
Weir Gulch and Harvard Gulch have been primarily impacted by encroaching urbanization. For Weir Gulch, the primary goal is flood risk reduction, with a secondary goal of ecosystem restoration, where feasible. For Harvard Gulch, the primary goal is flood risk reduction through implementing nonstructural flood risk management measures to individual homes and businesses within the floodplain. On all three waterways, a complementary goal is to improve community access to recreational and environmental education opportunities.
The draft feasibility report and environmental impact statement and study recommendations will be released on July 2nd and will be available at:
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is partnering with the City and County of Denver, the Greenway Foundation, the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District, and the Colorado Water Conservation Board to complete the study.
The Denver Urban Waterways Restoration Study is scheduled for completion in 2019. The study marks the beginning of a long-term partnership to secure funding, plan, design, and build the selected alternatives.
The USDA's Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) ensures that low-income children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. This summer, more than 50 locations throughout Denver will be offering meals to children 18 and younger. Find the site nearest to you here.
Progress to date and work hours:
Work crews continue to excavate Sanderson Gulch between Sanderson Gulch Park and S. Platte River Drive in order to prepare the site to receive large underground concrete culverts and make room for an improved drainage way on the surface. Heavy equipment remains on site for excavation, drilling, and soil removal. Crews will not be working from July 4 through 8, 2018.
Project managers want to emphasize that this is an active construction site. In order to keep everyone safe, trails and sidewalks within the construction zone are not accessible to pedestrians.
Traffic and Trail Alerts
S. Platte River Drive and W. Florida Avenue Traffic Alerts:
One lane of S. Platte River Drive going southbound will be reopened on July 2, 2018, and remain open for the remainder of the summer. Northbound traffic on S. Platte River Drive will be detoured onto W. Florida Avenue to S. Tejon Street or Santa Fe Boulevard.
S. Jason Street is open for business, but remains closed to through traffic. S. Huron and S. Inca Streets are also open for business, but only southbound traffic will have access to S. Platte River Drive.
The timing of traffic lights at S. Platte River Drive and W. Florida Ave has been adjusted to more efficiently move traffic through the construction zone.
W. Arkansas Avenue and S. Lipan Street Traffic and Trail Alerts:
The intersection of S. Lipan Street and W. Arkansas Avenue will be closed beginning on July 9, 2018 to accommodate increased excavation in Sanderson Gulch Park. S. Lipan Street remains open for business.
Traffic detours around this intersection are on S. Tejon Street and Santa Fe Boulevard from W. Florida or Mississippi Avenues. W. Arkansas Avenue, on the south side of Sanderson Gulch Park, will remain closed between S. Mariposa Street and S. Lipan Street.
Sanderson Gulch Park trails adjacent to the construction site are closed. For your safety, please observe the ‘Trail Closed’ signs.
Remember that Fireworks are illegal in Denver (even sparklers!) but there are lots of ways to have fun this 4th of July. Check out Wash Park the Independence Day Celebration at Wash Park Boathouse!
Wednesday, July 4th, 2018 11am - 1pm
Bring your picnic lunch • Kids Bike Parade begins at 11:45
• FREE Decorations • FREE Face Painting • FREE Ice Cream!
The number of skunks with rabies is on the rise in the Denver area. Although skunks are nocturnal, there are many reasons — aside from rabies — that they may be out during the day. Before you call Denver Animal Protection to report a rabid skunk sighting, ask yourself: Does the skunk seem drunk?
Rabid skunks might actually seem a little inebriated, and specific signs include:
Keep your pets safe — vaccinate!
Visit www.denveranimalshelter.org for more information.
“Art of Summer” at the Denver Art Museum
Every exhibition presented this summer is included in general admission. With the DAM’s Free for Kids program, youth 18 and under can visit every exhibition for free, and all visitors can explore the museum without spending a dime on Free First Saturdays.
Exhibitions to enjoy:
Jeffrey Gibson: Like a Hammer (on view through August 12)
Stampede: Animals in Art
Eyes On contemporary art rotations: Xiaoze Xie (closing July 8); Julie Buffalohead and Shimabuku (opening July 29)
Ganesha: The Playful Protector
Drawn to Glamour: Fashion Illustrations by Jim Howard (on view through August 5)
Past the Tangled Present
New Territory: Landscape Photography Today (opening this Sunday, June 24)
Other summer fun at DAM includes the return of last year’s popular La Musidora outdoor art installation (through September 3), the Create-n-Take summer schedule offering hands-on artmaking activities all week long, including a brand new Create-n-Take on the plaza inspired by New Territory: Landscape Photography Today, and the 3-D Studio.
Visitors are encouraged to share their summer art museum experiences using #ArtofSummer2018 on social media.
Final Fridays at DAM and Golden Triangle Creative District
June 29, July 27 and August 31, 6–10 p.m.
Produced with local creatives, Untitled Final Fridays is the museum’s monthly late night program featuring workshops, performances and tours with a twist. College students with a valid ID receive 2-for-1 admission.
In June at Untitled: Jordan Knecht, join artist Jordan Knecht in transforming the museum through a series of multi-sensory experiences aimed at shifting perspectives. In July, former Native Arts Artist-in-Residence Gregg Deal will explore the art of activism during his creative takeover at Untitled: Gregg Deal. And in August, former Creatives-in-Residence The Flobots explore music, dance and community at Untitled: The Flobots.
The Golden Triangle Creative District also comes alive during the final Friday of the month, June through September, when museums, galleries and creative spaces throughout the neighborhood host artist receptions, openings, talks and performances from 6–9 p.m.
Notice is hereby given that the Department of Parks and Recreation for the City & County of Denver has proposed revisions to the Alcohol Policy as of June 15, 2018. The intent of the proposed revisions is to simplify the policy, provide more clarity to permit holders and park users, and add consistency for permitted events. In addition, the proposed revisions are intended to allow for the public consumption of wine and beer in Denver parks, to address the change in state law effective January 2019. This revision will sunset at the end of 2019, in order to review potential effects.
The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board will hear public comments on this revised policy on July 11, 2018 at 5:30 pm at the regular meeting of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, held at the Wellington Webb Municipal Building, located at 201 W. Colfax Ave., Room 4.F.6. A copy of the Alcohol Policy, as modified, is on file with the Manager of Parks and Recreation and accessible through the Denver Parks and Recreation website.
The Denver Commission on Cultural Affairs (DCCA) is now seeking candidates for seven open commission positions to oversee the 1% for public art program, serve as trustees of Denver’s cultural plan - IMAGINE 2020, advise on arts and cultural issues, and act as ambassadors to the community.
The DCCA was established in 1991 to support the mayor’s office and act as an advisory board to Denver Arts & Venues.
“Our Cultural Affairs Commissioners are the trustees and advocates of Denver’s cultural plan and the Denver Public Art program, ensuring that our city’s cultural ecosystem is healthy and thriving.” said Mayor Michael B. Hancock. “Arts and culture belongs to all of us, and we’re looking for individuals who will help us keep these phenomenal programs strong and beneficial to our community.”
The commission is comprised of dynamic and accomplished Denver leaders in the areas of the arts, business and education, all of whom are appointed by the mayor.
Interested applicants should complete the online application form and send a resume and responses to the supplemental questionnaire by noon on Friday, June 22 to Nicole Medina at Nicole.Medina2@denvergov.org.
The DCCA seeks candidates who represent Denver’s diverse community, and is specifically looking for leaders with experience and background working in:
The Mayor appoints commissioners for one- or three-year terms and can serve up to six consecutive years. The commission meets monthly the first Tuesday of each month from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. at various cultural organizations across the city. Additional information regarding Denver Arts & Venues and the commission can be found at ArtsandVenues.com.
About Denver Arts & Venues
Denver Arts & Venues’ mission is to amplify Denver’s quality of life and economic vitality through premier public venues, arts and entertainment opportunities. Arts & Venues is the City and County of Denver agency responsible for operating some of the region’s most renowned facilities, including Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre, the Denver Performing Arts Complex, Colorado Convention Center, Denver Coliseum and McNichols Civic Center Building. Arts & Venues also oversees the Denver Public Art Program, Create Denver, SCFD Tier III granting process, Arts Education Fund and other entertainment and cultural events such as the Five Points Jazz Festival, Urban Arts Fund, P.S. You Are Here and implementation of IMAGINE 2020: Denver’s Cultural Plan. Denver Arts & Venues is committed to diversity, equity and inclusiveness in all our programs, initiatives and decision-making processes.
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18-0566 A bill for an ordinance relinquishing easements reserved in Ordinance No. 27, Series of 1951; Ordinance No. 183, Series of 1977 and Ordinance No. 418, Series of 1966, located at 390 Grant Street. Relinquishes three separate easements held respectively in Ordinance No. 27 of Series 1951, Ordinance No. 183, Series of 1977, and Ordinance No. 418, Series of 1966 located at 390 Grant Street in Council District 7. The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 6-18-18. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-15-18.
18-0366 A bill for an ordinance changing the zoning classification for 2065 South Cherokee Street in Overland.
Approves an official map amendment to rezone property located at 2065 South Cherokee Street in Overland from I-A UO-2 (industrial) to C-RX-8 (urban center, residential mixed-use) in Council District 7. The Committee approved filing this bill at its meeting on 4-24-18.
18-0422 A bill for an ordinance changing the zoning classification for 421 W. 4th Avenue in Baker.
Approves an official map amendment to rezone property located at 421 W. 4th Avenue from U-RH-2.5 to U-MX-2 (urban, row-house to urban, mixed-use) in Council District 7. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-8-18.
18-0382 A resolution to set a public hearing relating to the adoption of the 101 Broadway Urban Redevelopment Plan and directing the Denver Urban Renewal Authority to take certain actions in connection with the hearing. Sets a public hearing before City Council on 6-25-18 on the 101 Broadway Urban Redevelopment Plan in Council District 7. The Committee approved filing this resolution by consent on 4-17-18.
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