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Debbie Ortega
At-large member of Denver City Council representing the entire city.
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The Census Bureau does not identify individuals in the data we publish. We only publish statistics. Our policies & statistical safeguards help us ensure the confidentiality of your information. Read this blog to learn more:
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Denver Public Library Jan 15
Your business card has the power to tell your brand's story with only a few words and appealing graphics so make it count when you design yours on Tuesday, Jan. 21, at the Ross-University Hills Branch. We'll provide everything. More here:
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Denver Animal Shelter Jan 14
Hey there! I'm Muffin. I am an altered male domestic medium hair.
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Denver Arts & Venues Jan 14
Don't miss Debbie Ortega's () Challenge! Part of the larger Lunar New Year celebration, Ratha Sok's mural will be unveiled at 11:30 a.m. on Jan. 25.
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Christopher Herndon Jan 13
Does anyone have a place for these pigeons to land? Thank you for the feature on & their punny sense of humor:
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Christopher Herndon Jan 13
Interested in the resolutions & bills before during tonight's meeting?
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Denver CPD Jan 10
What does it means when a property is in a historic district? Join Denver landmark preservation and residential plan review experts to learn how the city reviews and regulates historic residential properties. Jan 15, 1-2:30p at the Corky Gonzales Branch Library.
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Councilwoman Amanda Sawyer Jan 10
71 people were killed while traveling around Denver in 2019 -- here's where via
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Hispanic Caucus Jan 10
Watch explain why is so important for every American community. It will determine: 📚School funding 🚗Roads & Infrastructure 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦Community Resources 🇺🇸 Political representation …for the next 🔟 years!
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City and County of Denver Jan 9
Radon exposure is a significant risk for anyone living in Colorado. Help ease your mind by testing your home for the cancer-causing gas with a free radon test kit. is providing free kits for Denver residents as part of .
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Denver Dept of Transportation & Infrastructure Jan 9
If you have a few minutes to spare, go behind the scenes to see what happens after DOTI collects recycling from your neighborhood - from how your material is sorted at a recycling center to where it goes afterwards!
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Denver Dept of Transportation & Infrastructure Jan 9
Our new transit only lane on 17th Street downtown is complete! We’re working to make travel by transit more convenient and reliable in Denver and carving out space on our roadways for people to travel more safely and predictably in more ways.
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Denver Dept of Transportation & Infrastructure Jan 9
For the first time, DOTI crews are installing hardened centerlines on East Colfax to slow down drivers making left turns. These are part of new “quick build” pedestrian improvements we’re making to 15 intersections on East Colfax!
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Denver Public Library Jan 8
Everybody loves white elephant. We're adding a twist to the exchange game and doing it with books. Come by Middleman Bar on Tuesday, Jan. 14, 6:30-7:30 p.m., and pick up a wrapped back, read the summary and decide if you want to keep or steal. More here:
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FOX31 Denver KDVR Jan 6
Surveillance pictures released of people involved in New Year’s Day stabbing that killed a 15-year-old boy. Click the link to view more photos:
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Councilwoman Amanda Sawyer Jan 8
Have you ever heard about our "AMI levels" and wondered what they were? AMI stands for Area Median Income. In Denver, it is the measure the City uses to determine whether a household qualifies for affordable housing. Here is a chart showing what those amounts were in 2019.
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City and County of Denver Jan 7
It’s that time of year again...to apply for a free or low-cost tree! 's Denver Digs Tree program helps residents cultivate greener, healthier, more vibrant communities. Apply by Feb 15, or ASAP as some species sell out quickly. 🌳
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Denver Economic Development & Opportunity Jan 2
Do you have questions about the design and construction of commercial/multi-family projects in Denver? Join experts as they talk codes, permits, zoning and more on January 8th from 6-8pm at West High School. Bring your questions! ➡️
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Jolon Clark Jan 7
. is hiring thousands of positions for count! The majority of job offers will be between Jan- Mar and offer competitive pay, flexible hours, paid training & weekly paychecks. To learn more or to apply, visit .
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Stacie Gilmore Jan 2
Safety tip from Dist.5: 🕑Install timer to close garage door 🚗Never leave the garage remote inside your car 🏠Secure access doors to your home 👀Tell your neighbors if their garage door is open Report suspicious activity to the police Info:
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