October 10, 2020



INC Delegate Meeting

INC Delegate monthly meetings are held the second Saturday of every month to discuss common issues,  Hot Topics and neighborhood concerns and to create position statements on critical issues impacting Denver. These meetings are a great way to get to know what is happening at the ground level in your city.  There typically is a program/forum/presentation on a topic of interest to neighborhoods.  This month’s agenda is as follows:
9:00 Welcome
INC will have our delegate meeting on Saturday October 10 9-11:00 on Zoom and this will be a panel of leaders who are working on issues in the city related to policing.The panel will include a discussion of the STAR Program, the Rose Andom Center (interpersonal violence), the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition, a City Council representative, a representative from Reimagining the Police along with someone from the Department of Safety. Our moderator for part of the discussion will be Representative Leslie Herod.  Please come prepared with a question for this relevant topic.  All questions will be entered via the chat function on Zoom or please send an email to the [email protected] by Friday October 9 at 6:00.
Additionally, at the Sept 12 delegate a motion was proposed and will be voted on at this meeting. The motion is:
Denver Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation (INC) is anti-racist, and is against all forms of racism.
Accordingly, all actions considered by, taken by, or supported by INC shall be clearly shown to have the effect of eliminating racism and racially-disparate impacts. 
Thank you,
Loretta Koehler, INC President

Here is the information to join the  Zoom meeting:
When: Oct 10, 2020 09:00 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting here:


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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: www.denverinc.org  Email: [email protected]