Denver Public Works
For the second time in as many weeks, some residents of Park Hill are upset after heavy rains caused street flooding that damaged their homes.
Homeowners in Denver and Aurora worked to clear their yards of debris on Thursday after severe storms the night before left behind a lot of damage.
Wednesday is Bike to Work Day and dozens of incentives are being offered to get commuters pedaling to and from work.
Denver is the latest city to receive an award that is only presented to communities with strong commitments to bicycling.
Denver Public Works is installing bike detection systems at several intersections across the metro area. The new technology will trigger green lights without cyclists having to get off their bikes.
Denver Public Works is using drones to help keep an eye on the rising water levels in local waterways and reservoirs.
Copter4 on Wednesday morning captured video of a sinkhole that opened up on the turn lane from Colorado Boulevard to Exposition Avenue.
Denver residents still cleaning up after last weekend’s storm have a new place they can bring their broken branches, yard waste, organics and even recyclables.
Bicyclists can pedal to their heart’s delight along the 16th Street Mall in downtown Denver on weekends thanks to a change of heart by the city council.
The Mayor of Denver painted Lodo purple on Thursday… well, only Blake Street, in advance of the Colorado Rockies Home Opener at Coors Field on Friday.