Denver Digs Trees Applications Now Available

The Park People, a local nonprofit, provides free and low-cost trees to support the urban forest and improve the quality of life in Denver neighborhoods. Trees beautify our neighborhoods, enhance property values (up to 10%), shade our homes, and help conserve energy. Apply for the 2016 Denver Digs Trees program online, or request a paper application by calling 303.722.6262. … More Denver Digs Trees Applications Now Available

Help Denver residents get more than $1.5 million back

From the office of Debra Johnson, Denver Clerk & Recorder As the Denver Clerk & Recorder, one of my roles is that of Public Trustee. In that role, my office conducts auctions on properties that have gone through the foreclosure process. As the housing market has gotten stronger, we’ve had fewer homes go into foreclosure. Those that … More Help Denver residents get more than $1.5 million back

Senior Series with Kendra Black

January 27, 2016 (1-3 pm) Eisenhower Rec Center This first session will focus on solutions related to chores (like snow shoveling) and transportation. After a brief presentation, we will provide some solutions and brainstorm together to come up with more ideas. Subsequent sessions include: Communication & Technology, Socialization & Culture, Housing, and Health & Safety. Please join … More Senior Series with Kendra Black