March 14, 2020



INC Delegate Meeting and Elections – canceled

3/10 Notice: This meeting has been canceled out an abundance of caution to prevent the potential spread of COVID-19. INC will notify us when it is rescheduled.
INC Delegate meeting begin with networking over coffee/juice and pastries from 8:30 to 9am, then round table discussion of activities and issues in each member neighborhood.  It is a great way to get to know what is happening at the ground level in your city.  Then typically a program/forum/presentation on a topic of interest to neighborhoods.  This month will focus on the INC elections.  Last month featured a presentation on the proposed updates to the Group Living rules.  The presenter was Andrew Weber, Senior City Planner for the City of Denver.  The event was videoed and can be viewed at
About INC
Established in 1975, Denver INC (Inter Neighborhood Cooperation) is a voluntary, non-profit coalition of representatives from Denver’s registered neighborhood organizations (RNO’s), city agencies and others that gather to promote responsible city change and growth for Denver. Membership represents over two-thirds of Denver’s households. We focus on citizen education/advocacy and fair-balance presentations on issues impacting Denver residents.
For many years, INC has increasingly become the vital voice of Denver’s neighborhoods on municipal public policy. Through its committees, INC has developed the first comprehensive Citizens Education Academy, provided representatives to City task forces, furnished resources and tools to promote neighborhood organizational development and been involved in shaping recent marijuana initiatives and short term rental conditions.
Mailing: INC, PO Box 300684, Denver, CO 80218 Website:  Email: [email protected]
INC Board Elections – March 14
INC welcomes candidates to run for the INC Board of Directors at the INC Annual Meeting to be held Saturday, March 14 at Brookdale University Park, 2020 S Monroe, Denver.  Interested?  Please send an email to [email protected]. Floor nominations also welcomed.
  • Candidates must be INC member RNO delegates (includes alternate delegates).  Term of office is two years.  Open seats: President, Secretary and three delegates-at-large.
  • Board meetings are the second Monday of the month from 630p-830p and usually are held at Daniels Fund Building, 101 Monroe, Denver (free parking onsite)
  • Board members drive the operations of the organization as well as topics for monthly meetings


Canceled as of 3/10