After a hailstorm damaged a Denver Parks and Recreation building, AES Distributed Power was told to remove its generating facility but did not do so.
Voters may choose between at-large council seats or adding districts
A committee forwarded the ballot measure to the City Council and another measure that would move municipal elections from May to April.
Lakewood looks to legalize short-term rentals with stricter rules than Denver
The ordinance requires that no homes within 300 feet of one another be rented out short-term, parking must be provided, and only single-family homes could be used.
Suit claims Park Hill home demolisher reneged on salvage agreement
Three residents say they were not able to recover historic tiles from “The Hut,” a 118-year-old house at 1980 Albion St., before it was destroyed.
Nonprofit may redevelop West Colfax motel buildings that house homeless
Volunteers of America Colorado applied for certificates of demolition eligibility for its structures but one is eligible for historic designation.
Homeless campsite at Park Hill church survives second board vote
Three members were in favor of an appeal by neighbors seeking its removal, but the matter died because appellants needed four votes.
New arena, stadium rehab could be separate ballot measures
A Denver City Council committee voted 4-3 to split up the bond-funded items for voters to decide in November.
Denver gets first marijuana retailer applicant under social equity program
Social Cannabis owner Daniel Morgan was busted with pot in his 20s. Now he could own the city’s first new dispensary since 2016.
Fighting over the future of former Park Hill Golf Club’s 155 acres
Dueling ballot measures, a lawsuit and a 2022 deadline. Here’s the latest in the saga of a developer and a conservation easement blocking redevelopment.
Board wants answers before Park Hill homeless campsite vote
Nearby residents have filed appeals to get the city to revoke the temporary permit for the “safe outdoor space” in a church parking lot.