DPD’s Skinny on Scammers

November 19, 2018 DID YOU KNOW THERE ARE TWO TYPES?! The Denver Police Department wants all of us to be aware of scammers and this holiday season, the DPD wants us to watch out for credit card skimmers....

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Mile High Holidays — Winter Season Lights!

November 19, 2018 Two of the Holiday Season’s best festivities are the Grand Illumination of our City’s major landmarks, including the Civic Center, Union Station, Skyline Park and the 16th...

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The Mayor’s Bicycling Advisory Committee (MBAC) is seeking new members for 2019.

November 15, 2018 MBAC advises the Denver Mayor, City Council, departments, and consultants, on all matters relating to the use of bicycles as a means of transportation and recreation. They review and make...

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JCC Pottery Sale Nov 18-20

November 15, 2018 “Studio J” at the MACC has their Annual Pottery Sale and Exhibition November 18 – 20. Over 30 community potters will show a wide range of ceramic art to offer for sale.  This...

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Annual L’Esprit de Noel Holiday Home Tour

November 13, 2018 L’Esprit de Noël, Central City Opera Guild’s holiday home tour, tales place November 16 – 17, with a kick off party at Shaver-Ramsey Fine & Custom Rugs on November...

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Green Flats Project Update – Nov 7 Planning Board Meeting Outcome

November 8, 2018 The Planning Board met Wednesday Nov 7.  At the hearing, staff presents the case to the board. Here is the Staff Report and Recommendation.  The applicant, who is required to attend, may...

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East and North abbreviations may be added addresses

November 8, 2018 The City Department of Public Works is considering how they will implement the addition of the north and east abbreviations for street addresses, which have always be present but typically...

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Halloween Parade a Frightfully Fun Fest

October 30, 2018 Thank you to all who came out for the Hilltop Halloween Parade  –  our annual costume parade and party which starts at Cranmer Park near the Sundial and then winds its way down 2nd...

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O’Briens Tonsorial Parlor Closes

October 30, 2018 This weekend we say goodbye to a neighborhood institution – the good old fashioned barber shop at 8th Avenue between Birch & Bellaire Streets is closing shop on Oct 31st after 65...

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