There is still time to 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. 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.
Do you value Denver’s park system and recreational programs and amenities?
The Denver Parks and Recreation Game Plan survey is now open! Your voice and input is invaluable. This survey will be open through May 31, 2017. It is available in English and Spanish. Click here to access the survey in both Spanish and English. At the end of the survey, you will have a chance to win $50 to Target as a thank you for your time. Help us spread the word to your neighbors!
*If you are part of an organization that would like paper versions of this survey dropped off, please email Laura.Morales@denvergov.org with the request.
The Denver Moves: Transit team has kicked-off its spring outreach activities and would appreciate your help in spreading the word. Denver is hosting neighborhood drop-in workshops and has launched the Build Your Own Transit System online activity:
Denver Moves: Transit team also launched the Build Your Own Transit System online activity – this interactive activity gives you the opportunity to select different options that make up your ideal transit system. As you develop their system, you’ll see benefits (e.g., increased ridership, improved travel time, improved passenger experience, etc.) in real time. The responses to this activity and input gathered from the workshops will guide the Denver Moves: Transit plan and shape its recommendations. The direct link to the activity is: https://denvermovestransit.org/
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. Take the survey here.
*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.
NEWS AND INFORMATION
Volunteer for the New COP Shop!
The COP Shop is a place for neighbors to pickup information on neighborhood safety, city services, police issues and graffiti removal. Our District 3 police officers will have their own office in the COP Shop to write reports, meet with citizens or just take a break. The police presence also provides additional safety for the entire shopping center. Police officers will have access to the facility on a 24/7 basis.
To become a COP Shop Volunteer contact Merce Lea, 720-210-4056, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Broadway COP Shop is located at 487 S Broadway, #300 between GNC and Radio Shack in The Broadway Marketplace at Alameda and Broadway.
Denver Solicits Applications for Sustainable Neighborhoods Program - Applications are due by 5 p.m. on June 1st
Denver Environmental Health is soliciting applications from residents and neighborhood organizations to join Denver’s Sustainable Neighborhoods Program. The program encourages and empowers residents to become active partners in making Denver a more vibrant and livable community. Neighborhoods receive in-kind support from the City, in the form of printing, venue and catering fees, and staff time to assist with outreach and project development.
To learn more about the program and apply, visit www..org/Denver.
Spring Showers Hygiene Drive
The third annual Spring Showers Hygiene Drive runs through May 12. GIVE Denver is in need of the following items: hand sanitizer; Kleenex; toilet paper; tampons and sanitary pads; combs and brushes; razors, shaving cream and lotion; baby diapers and wipes; toothpaste, toothbrushes, and mouthwash; shampoo, conditioner, soap and body wash.
To donate hygiene items, a monetary gift or an online, tax deductible donation to support the GIVE Denver Spring Showers Hygiene Drive, please visit www.denvergov.org/GIVE or call (720) 944-GIVE. Donations may be dropped off in any of the collection bin locations throughout Denver or at the GIVE Center on the first floor of the Denver Human Services Richard T. Castro Building at 1200 Federal Blvd.
Denver Days are coming!
This year's Denver Days will take place from August 5th through the 13th! We at the City and County of Denver encourage you to host block parties (we'll pay for the barricades), have picnics (we'll waive the park permit fees), or organize service projects! To learn more or to register, visit www.denvergov.org/denverdays! And don’t forget to like Denver Days on Facebook
OTHER RESOURCES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Neighborhood Association Meetings and Denver Police Department Meegins in Lucky District 7
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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