July 2020 Neighborhood News & Events

Showing the colors!

A Word about Fireworks – OK, Two words: Please Don’t.  READ MORE HERE

District 3 Holiday Safety Tips – District 3 Updates READ MORE HERE

Leetsdale Resurfacing Work – here is the latest update on these nighttime lane closures and roadwork.  READ MORE HERE

Street Sweeping resumes in July – Avoid a ticket with this info.  READ MORE HERE

Denver Water Community Meeting – Wondering why you received that water filter pitcher? This meeting may help answer that question and others about their Lead Reduction Program.  READ MORE HERE

Bars and Nightclubs reopening is reversed – In response to a slight uptick in cases, back to Level 2 COVID-19 precautions.  READ MORE HERE

Front Range Passenger Rail – take the survey and share your opinion.  READ MORE HERE

DPL News – Book drops are now open and all locations remain closed but there is still an enormous amount of information and entertainment available virtually at our public library.  READ MORE HERE

20 is Plenty – Denver Streets Partnership, a coalition of community organizations advocating for people-friendly streets in Denver, just started a 20 is Plenty campaign to improve safety on our residential side streets.   READ MORE HERE

Things. To. Do.

Where to see Fireworks – Westword has compiled a few ideas for these unusual times.  READ MORE HERE

Snooze to the Rescue AGAIN – Local favorite stays open late, has meal kits & neighborhood provisions and now we have July 4th Meal Kits!?  That’s the entrepreneurial spirit!  I LOVE this Country!  READ MORE HERE

Don’t Miss This – The Museum of Contemporary Art’s new exhibition: Nari Ward: We the People runs July 1 – Sept 20 and showcases this artists, “…advocacy for art’s capacity to address today’s most urgent issues.”  READ MORE HERE

Secret Garden – It is filled with art and requires a special invitation.  READ MORE HERE

Bold Women. Change History – Colorado is the model for voting by mail and Amber McReynolds, the woman who led Denver Elections and instituted Ballot TRACE and other voter-centric processes is the featured speaker in this History Colorado Lecture Series.  READ MORE HERE

StartUp Bootcamp – Thinking about starting your own business?  GSV in partnership with ACBJ are offering a 7 week virtual boot camp for entrepreneurs.  READ MORE HERE

Support Hilltop Local Eats! – Please support our local businesses.  READ MORE HERE

If you have a photo or a relevant and appropriate 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 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.  Annual household membership is only $25.00.  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 volunteers time). We conveniently accept Visa, MasterCard or PayPal. $1 Fee.
  • Or mail a $25.00 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 events.

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

Thank you.
Ann Spoor, CPHCA Membership Committee