Community Planning & Development News – May2022

May 16, 2022 In this issue, you will find: Managing review times amid a rise in permit applications Implementing Energize Denver requirements for existing buildings What’s on deck for the 2022...

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District 5 City Council News

May 16, 2022 Here is the latest District 5 News May 2022 [email protected] | 720-337-5555 Senior Aide: Logan Fry | Aide: Jenn Gross | Aide: Felicia Rodriquez PREVIOUS ISSUES Click here to...

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Hill PTSA launches Hill Health: Strong Minds, Strong Kids fundraising drive

May 13, 2022 Submitted by Jamie Resnick Dear neighbors, You have likely heard of the mental health crisis that is hitting our children and teens especially hard in the wake of the pandemic and other...

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Robinson Park Playground Temporary Closure

May 13, 2022 Our Association was notified by our City Councilwoman of the following information from the City Parks and Recreation staff: Good Morning, Councilwoman Sawyer: I am reaching out to let you...

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JCC Denver hosts a community pool party May 22!

May 9, 2022 And you are invited!  Sharing this invite from our friends and neighbors at the JCC. Hello! The Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center in Denver is hosting a Community Pool Party on...

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Denver Commission on Cultural Affairs seeks candidates

May 7, 2022 The Denver Commission on Cultural Affairs was established in 1991 to support the Mayor and serve in four major roles for Denver Arts & Venues: oversee the 1% for public art program,...

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Say Hello to the Hilltop Neighborhood Association

May 4, 2022 By Ann Spoor & Carol Kleiner, Membership Committee Big news! We are updating our name, brand and logo! We have gone from The Cranmer Park/Hilltop Civic Association to Hilltop...

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Celebrate CO May 6-8

May 2, 2022 As a way to thank Coloradans for their resiliency and strength over the last two and a half years, the Governor’s Office is hosting #CelebrateColorado, a three-day statewide...

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Expanding Housing Affordability Advances

May 2, 2022 May 2, 2022 from Denvergov.org Proposal to expand housing affordability will go to Denver City Council June 6 for a hearing and vote Denver needs more affordable housing across the income...

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