WalkDenver – Be a Sidewalk Champion!

Imagine if you were responsible for filling the potholes in the street in front of your house.  Not only would this policy place a significant financial burden on your household, but your ability to drive around safely would depend on other homeowners filling the potholes in front of their houses...

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Free House Painting for Those in Need

Brothers Redevelopment, a local non-profit housing organization, has a Paint-A-Thon program which has volunteer teams paint the exterior of homes for low-income seniors. Everything that they do is completely free to the home owners that we serve. Painting season begins in March and concludes in September. Every year the goal...

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Bus Service – Colfax Avenue

A proposal to add faster bus service to Colfax Avenue in metro Denver is aimed at easing congestion.  About 20,000 people ride a bus on Colfax between Denver and Aurora daily. That demand is expected to increase as population grows. See more at: https://www.cpr.org/news/newsbeat/should-colfax-give-car-lanes-faster-bus-service#sthash.dUZX65VD.dpuf   City info here: http://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/denver-department-of-public-works/projects/current/colfax-corridor-connections.html#d766ae3e-f4c0-4b2c-ad41-808d6104b45e

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Design Guidelines

Continuing Uptown on the Hill’s legacy of celebrating the historic mixed-use character of our neighborhood and promoting its assets, Uptown on the Hill is launching a study to develop design guidelines for 17th Ave. We would like to support the success of local businesses on 17th Ave., preserve its history, and redesign...

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UPTOWN NEIGHBORHOOD ASSEMBLY

Please join us Tuesday February 23rd from 6:30 to 8pm at the St Paul’s Church (1615 Ogden St), for a neighborhood assembly. Speakers include State Representative Alec Garnett and City Councilman Wayne New. We will also hear from our four committee chairs for Uptown on the Hill and who will...

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