“The plaza next to the Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library, located along Welton Street in Five Points, is no longer being considered as a potential site for one of up to three possible sanctioned homeless encampments in Denver, Mayor Michael Hancock announced on his Facebook page Tuesday evening. “After further investigation into suitability, we … [Read more…]
“At her cafe located just a few blocks from Sonny Lawson Park, Fathima Dickerson often serves meals to some of the people who live on the streets. “For me, living and working in Five Points, that library, that park, have always had a history of homelessness,” says Dickerson, general manager of the Welton Street … [Read more…]
“The site hadn’t been on previous lists of potential sites for three temporary managed camps to address the need in a city with an urban camping ban that keeps the homeless from sleeping in other public spaces. The improvement district leaders said Monday they learned just last weekend in a Facebook post by Mayor … [Read more…]
“When news broke in July that homeless service providers viewed the Denver Coliseum as the ideal location for the city’s first temporary safe camping site, some residents of the nearby Globeville and Elyria-Swansea neighborhoods objected. For far too long, they argued, the city had used that part of town as a dumping ground for … [Read more…]
“Two months after publicly coming around to the idea of government-sanctioned campsites for people experiencing homelessness, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock announced Saturday that his administration is eyeing some city-owned land in Five Points for the experiment. In a Facebook announcement, Hancock framed the idea as a deal not yet done. He also emphasized that … [Read more…]
“Every week, a group living in Five Points meets at Sonny Lawson park to care for the area and provide outreach and services to their neighbors experiencing homelessness. The volunteers are with the Five Points Housing Outreach Team. “Our intent is to try to come up with solutions to help people solve this housing … [Read more…]
Curtis Park Neighbors – Newsletter May 2018 PDF Contents: Five Points Jazz Festival Slot Homes Mulch Give Away Group Living Zoning Code Street Sweeping Transportation Plan Update For more information about Curtis Park Neighbors and their newsletter archives please visit the CPN website curtispark.org source: Curtis Park Neighbors email 1 May 2018.
Name of Document: Curtis Park/Welton Street Parking Area Management Plan Date: 13 April 2018 view document mailed to property owners Hearing: 4 May 2018 Contact: email@example.com Source: Unisted States Mail 13 April 2018. “Add 2 hour time limits 8am – 10pm Application for residential parking permits Implement loading areas Modify no-parking areas”
Curtis Park Neighbors – Newsletter April 2018 PDF For more information about Curtis Park Neighbors and their newsletter archives please visit the CPN website curtispark.org source: Curtis Park Neighbors email 2 April 2018.
Curtis Park Neighbors – Newsletter March 2018 PDF Contents: Traffic Plan Update Rossonian Caucus Information Parking Plan Phase 3 Draft Paint-a-Thon – Brothers Redevelopment For more information about Curtis Park Neighbors and their newsletter archives please visit the CPN website curtispark.org source: Curtis Park Neighbors email 24 February 2018.