“Are you a Denver resident with a disability and in need of accessibility modifications to your home such as wheelchair ramps, grab bars, bathroom fixtures, stair lifts or other upgrades? The Denver Urban Renewal Authority (DURA) has a program that can help and is currently seeking applicants! Through DURA’s Renter/Homeowner Accessibility Modification Program (RHAMP), … [Read more…]
“The 27th Street Storm Drain is one of several large diameter storm drain projects that the City and County of Denver has identified to relieve drainage and flooding issues in the Five Points Neighborhood. The 27th Street Storm Drain project includes approximately 5,900 linear feet of large storm pipe ranging in size from 78 inches … [Read more…]
“Residents in Denver will see big increases in storm drainage and sewer fees over the next five years after the City Council early Tuesday approved the hikes as part of a new flood-control plan. Storm and sewer fees will pay for the Platte to Park Hill flood control plan and other projects in the … [Read more…]
Wastewater Rate Increase to Protect Against Flooding, Update Aging Infrastructure and Keep Pace with Growth “Wastewater Rate Increase to Protect Against Flooding, Update Aging Infrastructure and Keep Pace with Growth DENVER, CO – Following a meeting that went into early Tuesday morning, the Denver Public Works Department received approval from Denver City Council to … [Read more…]
“The Denver City Council is about to decide whether to build a huge flood-control project in Denver with a significant hike to sewer service prices. If the city’s leaders say yes (UPDATE: They did.), the average Denver utility customer will see their combined sewer-stormwater bills increase by more than $20 each year between now … [Read more…]
“Denver homeowners on average would pay $116 more in storm drainage and sewer fees over the next five years under a rate increase proposal that city officials will unveil this week. The proposed …” read the entire article Murray, Jon. Denver Post 2 May 2016.
“Denver Wastewater raised sanitary sewer rates for its 156,000 customers by 45 percent, increasing the monthly cost to flush by about $6.65. The rate hike, effective July 1, reflects the pass-through cost of the Metro Wastewater Reclamation District facility being built near Brighton and the cost of maintaining city sewer lines. “Sanitary sewer usage … [Read more…]