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  • Watch the October 14 District 4 Virtual Town Hall HERE
    Passcode: %$2cR^wk

  • Virtual Neighbporhood Watch Action & Awareness Training - OCT 15
    Please share with your neighbors! Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend. 
    Thursday, October 15
    6 - 7 PM
    RSVP to Christie Mochoruk at for a link to participate.

  • I-25/Belleviwew Follow-up Meeting - OCT 21
    This follow-up meeting will be held to address outstanding questions and address the community's priorities for Belleview. You must pre-register for the meeting by visiting Can't make it? Presentation materials and a recording of the meetings will be posted on the website where you can also provide comments and feedback. For more information, visit the project page
    Wednesday, October 21 
    5:30 - 7:30 PM

  • Help shape the future of the East Yale Avenue Corridor - SUBMIT YOUR FEEDBACK BY OCT 21
    Review and provide your feedback about proposed corridor improvements for E Yale Avenue now through October 21 using this interactive map. You can also provide feedback by scanning the QR code. Your feedback is important to ensure the Denver Department of Transportation and Infrastructure is on the right track for improving conditions for everyone who walks, bikes, takes transit and drives along E Yale. To learn more about how to use this and provide input, you can watch a recording of the September Open House. For more information on the project, visit the project websiteproject fact sheet, or frequently asked questions.

    Please join Denver Arts & Venues for the third session of How to Be an Anti-Racist Organization on Monday, October 26, 2-3:30 p.m., as we discuss the necessary work organizations must commit to in order to be anti-racist. REGISTER HERE.
    Monday, October 26
    2 - 3:30 PM

    Community members are invited to provide input on the Southeast Denver Mobility Hubs Study focusing on two RTD light rail stations and the surrounding communities: Yale and Southmoor. The purpose of the study is to envision the transformation of these stations into Mobility Hubs. Mobility Hubs are community focal points that maximize first and last mile connections and increase the reach of transit. Community and stakeholder engagement will play a key role throughout the planning process. To learn more about the project and participate in the community open house, visit A link to participate in the meeting will be on the website closer to the meeting date. (The Belleview Station meeting will be held separately at a later date.)
    Tuesday, November 10
    5:30 - 7 PM

  • Coffee Talks: Stand Up Against Fraud - NOV 18
    Everyone is susceptible to fraud, scams and identity theft. Technology and the internet make it more difficult to protect ourselves. Led by Maro Casparian from the Denver District Attorney's Office, Stand Up Against Fraud will leave you laughing ("stand up" is used in the title for a reason) while you learn how to spot scams and protect your identity. RSVP to for a link to participate. If you have questions about joining a Zoom meeting, please contact our office at 720-337-4444.
    November 18
    10:30 AM - NOON
  • Coffee Talks: Virtual Arts in the Afternoon: Happy Birthday, Beethoven with Ivy Street Ensemble with Betsy Schwarm - DEC 16
    Please join the celebration of the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth! Presented by Lone Tree Arts Center, this online program will feature the Ivy Street Ensemble – flutist Cathy Peterson, violinist Erik Peterson, and violist Phillip Stevens – with concert host Betsy Schwarm for Beethoven’s Serenade, op. 25, along with music by current American composer Kenji Bunch, whose own Serenade for flute, violin, and viola was inspired by Beethoven’s. We’ll also hear duos, dance music, and a Beethoven work inspired by Mozart. RSVP to for a link to participate. If you have questions about joining a Zoom meeting, please contact our office at 720-337-4444.
    December 16
    1:30 - 3 PM





About the District


About Councilwoman Kendra Black



Councilwoman Kendra Black took office as the Denver City Council Member representing District 4 in southeast Denver in July 2015. Dedicated to serving her constituents, Kendra is a constant advocate for District 4 and is committed to working collaboratively to keep Denver strong and moving in the right direction for everyone.

Kendra’s district priorities include neighborhood planning, mobility and safety, and community engagement. Citywide goals include addressing Denver’s mobility challenges, housing, sustainability, and parks.

Kendra chairs the Finance and Governance Committee, the State Legislative Policy Group, and is a member of the Land Use, Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and the Charter Review Committee. She is the chair of the Denver Park Trust Board and serves on the Colorado Municipal League Executive Board, High Line Canal Conservancy, Regional Air Quality Council, Denver South TMA Board, Transportation Solutions Board, and SCFD Board.

A proud Denver native, Kendra was born and raised in southeast Denver and grew up working in her family’s small business. Graduating from Denver’s Thomas Jefferson High School, she has a BA and MA from the University of Colorado. She has been actively involved in the community for three decades, successfully advocating for schools, students, neighborhoods, and parks.


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District 4 Office
Kendra Black, Councilwoman - District 4
Kathy Gile
Genny Kline
Taylor Cohn


3540 S. Poplar St., Suite 100
Denver, CO 80237

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Councilwoman Black wants to hear from you! Appointments are available every week. Schedule a 15-minute appointment by contacting or 720-337-4444.



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