Alameda Underpass Reconstruction, Jewell Bridge, Phase Three Ruby Hill Improvements, Alley Enhancements, and more!
Make your voice heard at the GO Bond Committee Meetings
Tell the GO Bond committees what you want to see improved in Lucky District 7. Committees will consider over 3,000 ideas and we want to make sure your priorities make the final cut.
Email email@example.com and tell the GO Bond committee what you want to see on the GO Bond Denver 2017 agenda. Or, better yet, come to a committee meeting and share your opinions in person. We need your voice to be heard since there are many projects vying for the bond funds.
Here is just a short list with some of the many items needed in Lucky District 7:
These stakeholder committee meetings have 15 minutes of public comment at their start. Sign up to speak at least 24 hours advance. Find more information, the complete list of projects and dates of the meetings at www.denvergov.org/2017gobond.
Lucky District 7 Spring Cleanup, Tree Planting and Community Cookout!
Plant a FREE tree - Volunteer for your community - Meet your neighbors
When: Saturday, June 3, 2017
9am to 12pm Volunteer
12 to 1:30pm District Cookout and Municipal Fair at Johnson Habitat Park
Where: Your neighborhood!
Specific meeting points will be distributed to volunteers who register.
Projects: Helping your neighborhood!
Alley clean ups, planting trees in the right of way, helping your neighbor with a minor home or yard project
There are many ways to participate!
Volunteer to help a neighbor, plant a tree, or clean up a public space
Have a truck? Volunteer to haul debris to pick up locations
Be a team leader by recruiting at least 5 individuals to help
Request a minor home or yard project (Priority will be given to those that are 65+ or disabled individuals)
Request a FREE tree to be planted in the right-or-way
Join us at the post-cleanup cookout at Johnson Habitat Park!
Vision Zero Survey - Let's talk sidewalks, streets and mobility!
Denver has committed to eliminating traffic deaths. Every person matters and traffic fatalities are preventable. As a part of this mission, Denver would like your feedback regarding streets, sidewalks, intersection and all transportation related locations in Denver. Show us the places that concern you or the places that you think are great for transportation and safety.
1) Locations of concern, or 2) Locations that are awesome
Both of these will inform our future actions.
*Note: This is not a substitute for 3-1-1. If you have a specific maintenance, or any other issue, you can submit those via pocketgov or by dialing 3-1-1. If your issue is an emergency, dial 911.
The recent Executive Orders regarding immigration, deportation and travel have caused sincere confusion and concern in our communities. In the coming days and weeks, Denver will be gearing up legal protections and supportive services and working with other providers to ensure immigrant and refugee communities have the resources they need and know what their rights are. That starts with empowering people with information and resources.
Denver has a history of welcoming immigrants and refugees and will continue to act as a welcoming city and an ally for all new arrivals.
Click here to read FAQs addressing questions we have received at various community forums and find resource guides in multiple languages that provide information on contacts for understanding and protecting the rights of immigrants
Street Sweeping Season is here!
Remember to always follow the sweeping time restrictions on your block and refrain from parking during the restricted times posted, even if it appears a sweeper has already cleaned the street, as sweepers may need to return to the area for additional sweeping.
Want a reminder about your street sweeping day?
Residents can sign up for street sweeping reminders through pocketgov, the City’s mobile web application. Pocketgov provides user-friendly access to city services via mobile device or a home computer. After creating a simple user profile, residents can receive both email and text notifications.
Request “No Parking” sticker reminders for your calendar by calling Denver’s customer service line at 3-1-1.
Street sweeping plays a critical role in keeping Denver’s streets, air and water clean. Denver Public Works’ Street Sweeping Program removes dirt, leaves and debris from city streets, which reduces air and water pollution and supports a clean environment. Last year, Denver street sweeping crews swept 143,112 lane miles of Denver streets and collected 62,848 cubic yards of dirt and debris.
Spring Projects Made Easy - Electronic Recycling, Free mulch, Free Composting Classes
Have a spring project? Check out these resources to make your projects picture perfect!
Contact 311 online at pocketgov.com or Contact 311 By Phone:
Within Denver Dial: 3-1-1
Outside Denver: 720-913-1311
In order to better keep up with all of the events and current hiring opportunities, Denver Workforce Services will be posting the Hiring Events & Job Openings List every Friday at www.denvergov.org/workforce.
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