After two seasons with the Broncos, Barry became the first black elected mayor in a major city in Colorado
‘Complete disregard for the law’: Denver revokes Beta’s licenses
A city official made the decision after determining the owner of the LoDo nightclub violated state liquor laws and fire safety codes.
Denver shuts down Beta owner’s adjacent bar after fatal shooting
Two people died and two were wounded New Year’s Day in The Cabin Tap House at 1919 Blake St.
Which suburbs could follow Denver’s housing mandate?
A state law allows municipalities to require income-restricted units in residential projects.
Tiny home or tent, Cole Chandler tries to shelter Denver’s homeless
Colorado Village Collaborative’s budget grew from $250,000 in 2017 to $2.5 million in 2020. The nonprofit’s 2022 budget is expected to be $5.3 million and the nonprofit wants to become even more active someday in building more housing.
Minimum wage in Denver rising to $15.87 on Jan. 1
This is the last of a planned series of hikes of more than $1 per hour. The consumer price index will determine how much the minimum wage will be starting in 2023.
How Denver’s new parking meter rate compares to other cities
At $1 per hour, Denver’s metered parking spaces are cheaper than in some cities. But it will cost $2 per hour starting Jan. 1.
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Denver to kick off rental property license applications in March
Landlords will be required to have licenses for multifamily properties starting Jan. 1, 2023, and for single-unit properties in January 2024.
Denver’s homeless number expected to be higher after full count returns
“My sense is that our community’s eyes don’t deceive us, and everyone has the sense that unsheltered homelessness numbers will increase,” said a city official.