A big shout out to our Congress Park Neighbors Green Team! They were awarded a very prestigious award from Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation at their Annual Award Dinner. The award was the Neighborhood Excellence award and was the first given for “continuing commitment to bettering the environment” READ MORE
Congress Park Neighbors Meeting February 21 2018 7:00 – 8:30 @
940 Fillmore Street, Denver CO 80206
Agenda still firming up BUT this definitely will be discussed
- Eddie Hernandez, Denver Water – Main Replacement Project on Milwaukee Street from 6th – 13th Avenue
- Lindsay Krings – Rocky Mountain Human Services
- Conservation Overlays – Kara Hahn Principal Planner-Landmark Preservation
Community Planning and Development | City and County of Denver and Jon Olson Historic Denver
DOWNLOAD THE TRANSPORTATION MAP https://www.congressparkneighbors.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/THEMAP.pdf … READ MORE
Say goodby to your privately owned barrels and dumpsters.
In correspondence with Charlotte Pittman, Denver Solid Waste, tentative plans for conversion to city owned barrel trash collection shouild start in July 2017, with educational outreach beginning in April 2017. We have been contacted by residents regarding concerns about the elderly trying to navigate the new carts down many stairs to the curb. At this point it looks like if pickup is in the alley it will continue to be in the alley.
Many residents of the Congress Park Neighborhood have experienced flooding, especially in the past few years. The neighborhood lies mostly within the Upper Montclair drainage basin, which stretches from Alameda Avenue on the south, to Colfax Avenue on the North. The City would like to develop a plan to fix or mitigate these flooding problems, and has set up a committee of residents to help do so. On Jan 12 Congress Park Neighbors invited their residents and businesses to take a short survey asking them to give feed back as to whether they had experienced flooding in their neighborhoods over the past 5 years. The survey closed Jan 16, 2017. READ MORE
Thank you for your interest in the Congress Park 2017 Earth Day celebration! This year’s event will be held on Saturday, April 22 from 1:00 pm. – 5:00 p.m. outdoors at Capitol Heights Presbyterian Church (between Fillmore and Milwaukee on 11th Avenue). Participation in the event is free and open to the public.
This year’s theme is “Think Globally, Act Locally!” Join us for neighbor-to-neighbor learning and action to improve the sustainability of Congress Park Neighborhood, Denver and beyond. READ MORE
Many residents of the Congress Park Neighborhood have experienced flooding, especially in the past few years. The neighborhood lies mostly within the Upper Montclair drainage basin, which stretches from Alameda Avenue on the south, to Colfax Avenue on the North. The City would like to develop a plan to fix or mitigate these flooding problems, and has set up a committee of residents to help do so. As a first step we are asking residents to give us some feedback about flooding personally encountered, over the past five or so years. READ MORE
The Capitol Heights Faith Communities and the Green Team of Congress Park Neighbors, Inc are partnering to host a free Earth Day event for all ages. The event is open to the public and will be held on Saturday, April 23, 2016 at Capitol Heights Faith Communities on 1100 Fillmore Street. Indoor and outdoor activities will be held from 2:00 to 5:30 pm. A community music experience led by NOENEMIES will begin at 5:30 pm indoors. READ MORE