Author name: Laura Garcia

What are those signs?

If you’re wondering about the “Landmark Designation Proposed” signs in front of approximately 20 University Park properties, they indicate that the property posted iseligible to be included in the proposed University Park Historic District. They are scattered around the neighborhood since this is a noncontiguous, or thematic district.  The history of each property had to …

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Denver Requests Feedback on Proposed Changes to Sidewalk Ordinance 307

A stakeholder committee, established by Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure to review and refine Sidewalk Ordinance 307 passed by voters in November 2022, has announced three proposed changes and is accepting community feedback on the proposals through an online survey through Tuesday, 2/27. The stakeholder committee, which has been meeting approximately twice a month …

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With a MY Denver Card, Youth Can Fully Experience Denver!

Summer is coming! Do you have your MY Denver Card? If you are ages 5-18, the City of Denver makes it easy for you to unlock free access to recreation centers, swimming pools, and various cultural facilities where you can participate in healthy, safe, and fun activities. Many of the recreation centers also offer food …

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Sign Up for the DenverTrack Program Today in the Event your Vehicle is Stolen

The Denver Police Department is committed to reducing auto thefts in Denver. Residents can now sign up for the DenverTrack program, which works with the vehicles’ GPS systems to track stolen vehicles in real time. Learn more and register: https://denvergov.org/…/Safety…/Auto-Theft-Prevention The DenverTrack program works with the vehicles’ GPS systems to track stolen vehicles in real time. …

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Update: University Park Historic District

The proposed University Park Historic District is entering the final phases and will soon begin moving through city approval processes. The UPCC Community Preservation steering committee has met with every eligible property owner and is grateful to those who expressed a desire to be included.   Denver’s Landmark staff will be sending out an informational letter to …

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New Student Enrollment for University Park Elementary School Is Open Now

New Student Enrollment for University Park Elementary School Is Open Now If you know of a family that is interested in attending our fabulous neighborhood school let them know that University Park Elementary School is accepting new students for next school year as of January 11th! All interested new families are encouraged to join one of …

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Holly Jolly Family Concert 2PM

featuring Lucienne Scully, soprano Hop into the holiday spirit with an interactive and engaging one-hour performance featuring popular music of the seasons for families of all ages. Included is a gift bag for kids, singalongs for the whole family. For more information and tickets: https://www.arapahoe-phil.org/events/hollyjollyfamilyconcert

Mayor Johnston Drops District 4 Micro-community Site for the Unhoused From the List

DENVER — One of Denver Mayor Mike Johnston’s proposed sites for a micro-community as part of his overall plan to address homelessness has been removed from consideration. In a letter from the mayor addressed to the District 4 community obtained by the Denver7 Investigates team, the micro-community that was planned for 5500 E. Yale Avenue …

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