Participate in the City of Denver Survey

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT University Hills Neighbors, the city of Denver would like you to tell them how you define terms such as “public participation”. Please take a few minutes to answer a 6 question survey ( or the Spanish version ) before March 31 2016. “Through the survey we hope to learn how Denver residents define terms used to describe … More Participate in the City of Denver Survey

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

Updating the Hillcrest Water Storage Facility

The Denver Water Board recently announced that it is upgrading the Hillcrest Water Storage Facility, which was constructed in the 1960s to provide water service to the residents of southeast Denver, including University Hills. Denver Water will make two main upgrades to the facility from 2016 to 2020 to ensure that water service continues to … More Updating the Hillcrest Water Storage Facility

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