Join our Councilwoman Kendra Black, Mayor Hancock, & his Cabinet for a quarterly neighborhood meeting to hear what’s happening around the city. April 2, 9-11 am Thomas Jefferson High School Free continental breakfast
While attempting to start a UHNA Mom’s Club, we’ve run into some challenges. We have approached the University Park Mom’s Club (UPMC) and they have welcomed us all with open arms! UPMC is a social, supportive, and educational group for families with young children living in the University Park neighborhood and surrounding area. While activities center … More Calling all Moms!
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
Seniors! What do you want to tell your Denver City Councilwoman Kendra Black? Comments? Concerns? Words of encouragement? Be sure to attend the Senior Roundtable Discussion! October 21st, 2015 1:30 – 3:30pm Eisenhower Park Recreation Center Your voice counts!
Denver Senior Law Day happens on October 17th beginning at 8am at the Denver Merchandise Mart. From the website: EVENT INFORMATION This annual educational seminar presents programs specifically for seniors in the Colorado community and attendees will get important and useful information on many issues facing our growing senior citizen population. If you are a senior, … More Denver Senior Law Day
The City & County of Denver Department of Environmental Health is helping homeowners – and some renters – cut energy costs and become more energy efficient. Over 9,000 residents have made improvements and are saving money and energy with help from a free City Denver Energy Challenge advisor. For more information call 720-865-5520 (M-F, 8a … More The Denver Energy Challenge
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