Denver Public Works
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.
Denver Public Works crews have been taking advantage of the warm weather to repair potholes.
February’s record snow is making for headaches well into March as snowplows are still working to keep roads clean following the latest snowfall.
Denver Public Works is rushing to fix the potholes in Denver streets before the next storm hits.
It could be another rough ride around Denver this week, and residential plows that were out last week have pushed mounds of snow on the sides of the side-streets.
After a week of snowfall in the Denver metro area, some drivers are complaining about making their way through the side streets with all the snow piling up.