The High Line Canal

Residents of University Hills are familiar with the High Line Canal, which runs through Mamie Eisenhower Park. They may not know that according to “High Line Canal” (http://www.denverwater.org), it “runs 66 miles east-northeast through Douglas, Arapahoe, and Denver counties.”  According to “Highline Canal Trail Map” (http://www.denverwater.org), it was built in the late nineteenth century “to bring South Platte water … More The High Line Canal

Bradley Farm, Volunteer Day and Parent Teacher Organization

Friday, August 28th through September – Youth Farmers’ Market (YFM) from 3:45pm – 5:00pm For seven years, Bradley has proudly offered Youth Farmers’ Market during the late summer harvest season. Come join us every Friday through September, and enjoy a free chef demonstration and tasting. Then purchase ALL Kid Proud & Colorado Proud produce for the week! The Youth … More Bradley Farm, Volunteer Day and Parent Teacher Organization

Becoming a Mobility Focused City

Denver is a city shifting gears. More citizens have become focused on safe, sustainable transportation choices. In response, Denver Public Works is designing, constructing and operating a transportation system that will help people move safely and swiftly around the city. Here is short list of some of the sustainable transportation news that happened over the … More Becoming a Mobility Focused City

Upcoming Events in University Hills

Here are a few important highlights of events coming up soon that may be of interest to our University Hills neighbors. (Thanks to Lori Groskopf, Assistant to Denver Councilwoman Kendra Black for sending this along!) Residents can download a bike map off the city’s web site at denvergov.org/bikeprogram Denver Police District 3 Citizens Advisory Board … More Upcoming Events in University Hills

Q&A with Diane Young, assistant to outgoing Councilperson Peggy Lehmann

Andy Farr, president of the UHNA and I sat down recently with Diane Young at a local restaurant to better understand what City Council can do for all of us. Candid, accessible, and engaging, Diane shed a lot of light on some practical aspects of the appropriate interactions between constituents and the Council. The following … More Q&A with Diane Young, assistant to outgoing Councilperson Peggy Lehmann