FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 31, 2020 DOTI to Resume Additional Parking Enforcement Activities after Labor Day DENVER – On Tuesday, September 8, following observance of the Labor Day holiday, Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure, or DOTI, will resume additional parking enforcement activities suspended last March due to COVID-19. These additional enforcement activities include: · Continue reading “Parking Enforcement to Resume After Labor Day”
We are connectors. We are bridge builders. We are community makers. Today, Lincoln St.’s problems are complex and in need of razor-sharp focus. The goal of L/BCRNO is to provide that focus and set Lincoln Street on a path to becoming a true Gateway to the City that Denver can be proud of. The goalsContinue reading “Announcing the new Lincoln/Broadway Registered Neighborhood Organization (L/BCRNO)”
As of today, August 17, 2020, there are a lot of changes happening in Denver as far as housing and safer street design. The goal of this post is to provide information on these changes, as well as explain how you can provide input. Group Living These proposed text amendments to the Denver Zoning CodeContinue reading “August in Denver Round-Up: Proposed Zoning & Street Changes”
Our August meeting looked at how modes of transportation have dramatically changed in the Wash Park and Baker areas, when most of our homes were built. We delved into the beautiful streetscape of pre-1950, streetcar-connected Denver, and how interstates and highways have impacted our neighborhoods over the years. We leave with a message for hopeContinue reading “HCWPAN Meeting #2: A Look at Transportation and How It’s Changed the Neighborhood”
Letter from DOS Dir. of Government & Community Affairs, Michael D. Sapp: Dear Community Members: I write you today to invite you and your neighbors to a series of meetings Public Safety will host to obtain feedback on what residents expect of their next Fire Chief. The feedback from these meetings, along with comments andContinue reading “Public Notice: Denver Fire Chief Search, Virtual Community Meetings”
The Lincoln/Broadway RNO (LBCRNO) was recently formed in August 2020. Stay tuned for more details! The group’s goal is to foster Lincoln’s connection with Broadway, from physical streetscape to community events.
The Lincoln Street Community group (also known as the L/BCRNO) is a collaborative effort by resident volunteers who live in the Lincoln/Broadway Corridor. Our goals are to: Foster community health via Streetscape Advocacy Increase social connections via Events Learn and share our area’s History Support localized, sustainable economic growth that is inline with Lincoln/Broadway’s excitingContinue reading “About Us”
Community Newsletter #1 topics include Community Bikeway Surveys, Lead Reduction Program Information, Lincoln Transit Improvements, and our first-ever Lincoln Street Front Yard Contest!
Our inaugural meeting of the History Club of Washington Park Area Neighbors (HCWPAN) featured two homes on Lincoln Street in the Washington Park West Neighborhood in Denver, CO. The owners of these homes, Brittany Spinner and Amanda Roberts, dive deep into their homes’ histories to discover stories about the inhabitants’ lives. They talked about EnidContinue reading “HCWPAN Meeting #1: Who Lived in My House?”
Just off the Lincoln/Broadway exit today, Lincoln Street whisks cars as quickly as possible from I-25 into downtown. Denver Moves: Transit and Blueprint Denver have other things in store for this car thoroughfare. Learn more about the history & promising future of this Corridor.