Governor Signs Enhanced Tax Credits Bill for Historic Properties

Just before the Memorial Day Weekend, Governor Polis signed a bill that substantially improves the state rehabilitation tax credit for homeowners of historically designated houses. Originally passed in1990, the newly amended law provides at 20% tax credit up to $100,000 for capital costs to maintain your home including projects like replacing your roof, upgrading your …

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UPark Elementary Online Auction Open April 25th – May 2nd

All neighbors are welcome to bid in the annual UPark Elementary online auction. This is the perfect opportunity to support both local businesses and our neighborhood school while snagging some amazing items and experiences for yourself.  The money we raise from the auction goes towards the school’s backpack program (which provides weekly groceries for approximately …

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CO4Kids Resource Fair on April 13: Free for Families at Denver Zoo

April is designated as Child Abuse Prevention Month in an effort to bring communities across Colorado together to focus on supporting families.   The most effective tool for preventing child abuse is to strengthen families. This year, the Colorado Department of Human Services, in collaboration with the Colorado Department of Early Childhood, is hosting an inclusive, free, community-centered event called the CO4Kids Resource Fair, taking place Saturday, April 13, at the …

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The Road Ahead – Mile High Mobility through Bus Rapid Transit

Transportation Solutions’ 19th annual seminar features a buffet breakfast, presentations, and a special panel discussion being recorded to be released as a podcast. Thursday, April 25, 2024 We’ll explore the pivotal topic of bus rapid transit (BRT), which will transform our Denver communities. With significant planning efforts in place for Speer-Leetsdale, Colfax, Alameda, and Colorado …

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Self Guided Public Meeting – Buchtel Boulevard Improvements

Join the Denver Department of Transportation & Infrastructure and explore the final design plans for transportation safety and operational improvements along Buchtel Boulevard from University Boulevard to Birch Street, and the major intersections of Colorado Boulevard & Evans Avenue and University Boulevard & Evans Avenue. Building upon previous planning efforts and initial design concepts, the …

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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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