Denver Parks and Recreation (DPR) has a plan to expand the sale and service of alcohol in ALL Denver parks, “in an effort to simplify how rules and regulations are enforced at DPR facilities across the city.” Read the summary of the proposed changes at https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/denver-parks-and-recreation/parks/park-rules-public-policy.html
DPR has also posted a survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DPRPolicy. Take the survey by April 20, 2018
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Congress Park Historic Designation and Conservation Overlay Survey
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Milwaukee Street, from 6th Avenue to 13th Avenue
- Start mid – late March
- About 7 months to complete
Detroit Street, from 6th Avenue to 10th Avenue
- Estimated Start – 2nd or 3rd Quarter 2018
- About 4 months to Complete
UPDATE!!! March 21, 2018 A notice to customers along Detroit Street from 6th – 10th Ave has been sent out. Eddie Hernandez estimates that they will start doing work there within 2 months.
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Emmet Cahill, award-winning Irish tenor and a lead singer with the popular Irish music show Celtic Thunder, will perform a concert at Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Denver on Thursday, February 15 at 7:00 p.m. Emmet is 27 years old, hails from Mullingar, Co. Westmeath and is considered to be one of Ireland’s most exciting young performers. Congress Park residents can get a 10% discount for tickets. READ MORE
Historic designation is one method of ensuring that changes to a neighborhood occur thoughtfully, preserving the fabric of a neighborhood that people love — homes with history, vital dwellings that preserve the past — while acknowledging modern lifestyles. Navigating the ins and outs of the designation process and what it means for your property, however, can be a difficult task. We’ve created a Historic Designation FAQ guide, which answers many of the questions we commonly receive from property owners.
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I wanted to update you on our water main project along Colorado Boulevard, Montview Boulevard and East 17th Avenue. The city has approved our permit and we have started moving equipment into the area of Colorado Boulevard and Colfax Avenue to start our work on Phase 1 of the project. For the next two months we will be moving north on Colorado Blvd. from Colfax Ave. to E 17th Ave. A map with our phases and timetable is attached.
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The Green Team is excited to present a neighborhood-wide “Climate Action Forum” on Oct 6&7, 2017. Please join us in exploring how climate issues will affect us locally and what we can do together to take meaningful climate action here in our neighborhood.
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The City of Denver is creating a plan for the East Central Area, which includes the neighborhoods along Colfax Avenue between Broadway and Colorado Boulevard. The City needs your help establishing the community’s vision for the next 20 years. Your participation is crucial for making sure the plan truly reflects the community’s hopes for the future.
THIS WILL REPLACE THE CONGRESS PARK NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN
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