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May 25, 2018

Mayor Hancock Names Eric Williams, Former FBI Agent and U.S. Navy Veteran, as Deputy Director of the Department of Public Safety

Mayor Michael B. Hancock today announced the appointment of Eric Williams as Denver’s new Deputy Director of the Department of Public Safety.

May 25, 2018

Denver City Government Closed Monday, May 28

Most City and County of Denver offices will be closed Monday, May 28 in observance of the Memorial Day Holiday

May 24, 2018

Denver Medical Examiner Relocates to New, Larger Facility

Today Denver Chief Financial Officer and Deputy Mayor Brendan Hanlon, District 7 City Councilmember Jolon Clark, Department of Public Health & Environment Executive Director Bob McDonald, and Chief Medical Examiner James Caruso M.D., hosted the grand opening and ribbon cutting of the new Denver Office of the Medical Examiner located at 500 Quivas St.

May 24, 2018

Denver launches 1st round of projects funded by $937M bond package

Denver is ready to go with the first round of projects to be financed through the $937 million bond package approved by voters last fall. The initial $193 million set of projects — including a major remodel of the Denver Art Museum’s North Building — was OK’d by the City Council this week. They also include renovations at Denver Health, Denver Botanic Gardens, the Denver jail system and several city parks as well as construction of bike lanes and road and bridge improvements among others, according to the city

May 24, 2018

Colorado hyperloop feasibility study reaches halfway point

The future of transportation is one step closer to becoming a reality in Colorado. The Colorado Department of Transportation and Virgin Hyperloop One have announced they are halfway through their feasibility study for the Rocky Mountain Hyperloop.

 

 

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