Mayor Michael Hancock proposed a $450 million infrastructure bond measure as he vowed to make progress during his State of the City address.
Denver hiring new head of urban design to help city improve neighborhoods
The city will conduct a local and national search to fill the position, which has a salary range of $120,198 to $204,336.
Denver gives first cannabis transporter license to felon who trafficked pot
The recipient and co-owner of Doobba was convicted of having marijuana about 30 years ago in Missouri. Now, he can deliver the product legally.
Golden Triangle zoning change allows taller buildings
The City Council approved the measure, which lets developers build higher if they incorporate income-restricted housing or preserve a landmark.
Denver grants first cannabis delivery license to Strawberry Fields
But the dispensary can’t offer the service until it hires a licensed cannabis transportation company owned by a “social equity applicant.”
City board rejects bid to oust sanctioned homeless campsite in Park Hill
The appeal to the Denver Board of Adjustment came after a lawsuit filed by five homeowners was dismissed in May.
Denver aims to rub out prostitution by licensing massage businesses
A measure requested by the police department to stop human trafficking and other illicit activities is set to be voted on Monday by the City Council.
Denver’s first overnight ‘safe parking’ site OK’d; reservations required
First Universalist Church of Denver in University Hills was granted a permit July 9 to host eight vehicles per night, with first arrivals next week.
New historic district in Lincoln Park nears final approval
It would be one of the first to be designated under Denver’s “cultural” criteria if the City Council agrees.
More Denver recreation centers reopen as city hires back staff
Six began operating July 6 but indoor pools remain closed. All of the city’s recreation centers are scheduled to reopen by September.