January Neighborhood News & Events

Local Government:
8th Ave. Traffic Study – Our District 5 City Council Office is beginning a traffic study for 8th Avenue from Colorado Blvd. to Quebec St. this year. This is in response to concerns regarding speeding and lack of safe crossings. Our Civic Association will be participating on the Steering Committee.

Group Living Proposal – City Council’s Land Use, Transportation and Infrastructure Committee voted unanimously on December 22 to advance the updated proposal to modernize rules governing the residential sections of the Denver Zoning Code. The full council will review the proposed zoning code amendments and hold a public hearing and vote, tentatively set for February 8, 2021.

Treecycle Event – Denver’s Treecycle program began Monday, January 4th and goes through January 15th. Please take advantage of this great free program!

Zoning/Development:
New Liquor License Application – A new restaurant called The Rotary at 217 S. Holly St. has applied for a Hotel and Restaurant Liquor License with the virtual hearing to be held on February 1 at 1:00pm.

Crime/Safety:
Denver Police Department Year in Review – DPD’s District 3 held a virtual community meeting on January 5th. Check out their summary here. Also, if you’re curious what all falls within DPDs District 3, you can find it on this map.

COVID-19:
Local COVID Updates  – Stay up to date with the latest county and state orders as well as vaccine distribution timing within the state. Denver County is now at Level Orange effective January 4, 2021.

Cranmer Park/Hilltop Civic Association:
General Meeting –  Please join in on the Civic Association’s General Meeting scheduled for January 26th at 6pm via Zoom.

For more News and Events go to Our Website.  If you have a photo or neighborhood event and/or news article you would like to share, please email [email protected] and we will let you know if we are able to include it in a future Hilltop e-newsletter. 


Our events and activities are made possible by the financial support of our members and the generous spirit of our volunteers.  We invite you to join us and help our civic association thrive and add even more activities for our residents.

Please join or renew your support:

  • Online at our Website (preferred as it saves our volunteer’s time). We conveniently accept Visa, MasterCard or PayPal. $1 Fee.
  • Or mail a check* to:
    Cranmer Park/Hilltop Civic Association
    PO Box 201142
    Denver, CO 80220
    *For Business checks, please be sure to include your family name and neighborhood address. 
  • Pay by check, cash or card at any of our upcoming neighborhood event.

Your investment in and support of the Association is greatly appreciated!

Thank you.
Ann Spoor, CPHCA Membership Committee