Development News from Community Planning and Development

September 16, 2020 News and updates from CPD that may impact building and development projects including an invite to a public comment meeting for proposed amendments to the Denver Building and Fire Code...

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District 5 City Council News

September 16, 2020 Click here to read the latest District 5 News September 2020 Councilwoman Amanda Sawyer | District 5 720-337-5555 |   [email protected] Chief of Staff: JoyAnn Ruscha |...

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9th Avenue temporary lane realignment on Sept 17

September 11, 2020 We received this notice from our neighbors at 9+CO – please share with your networks: We are anticipating a one day realignment of travel lanes on 9th Avenue to allow for the...

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Jackson Street Storm Drain Updates

September 11, 2020 The Week Ahead: September 14, 2020 Crews will be working on Saturday, September 12 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Access to Garfield Street from E. Colfax Avenue will be closed on...

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Residential Infill Project Coming Soon

September 8, 2020 The City of Denver’s Department of Community Planning and Development is preparing to kick off a ‘Residential Infill’ project within a multi-part effort to diversify housing options...

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Cranmer Park Public Art Installed

September 4, 2020 BOWS in Cranmer Park Submitted by Denise Sanderson The Patrick Marold sculpture, BOWS, was recently installed in Cranmer Park, along the path to Second Avenue.  Resting atop flagstone...

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9+CO News

September 3, 2020 In a year of crushing blows to many restaurants, entertainment venues and small businesses, we are hopeful with the receipt of public hearing notices for two more businesses opening up in...

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Trash Cans Removed on 6th Avenue Parkway

September 3, 2020 You may have noticed the steel trash cans along our 6th Avenue Parkway have been removed. The Department of Parks & Recreation provided this explanation: “Due to staffing shortage, we...

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