Denver Public Works
Denver Public Works crews worked overnight to keep the streets in the Denver metro area clear after it started snowing Wednesday evening. Crews will be out again Thursday evening as the second round of snow is expected to fall.
About 1,000 people are signed up for Denver’s Bike to Work Day set for Wednesday, but with temperatures hovering around the 100 degree mark, it will be one of the hottest ever.
This time of year can be extremely tough on vehicles because of the number of potholes on city streets and highways.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock says he’s proud of the work road crews have accomplished in the first day of the winter storm that hit Colorado.
Road crews will remain on the streets of Denver, working to clear snow, until at least noon Saturday.
The snow began falling hours before the sun came up Wednesday. The ground was still warm when the snow began to fall and it melted.
Snow plow crews have been patrolling the streets in the Denver metro area since snow began falling Wednesday evening. But don’t expect those blades to clear side streets.
Denver Public Works snow crews were working overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning to clear main streets in the city.
All signs at Denver’s Civic Center Park are pointing to the possibility of another run-in with police after some Occupy Denver protesters trashed part of the park.
The city of Denver backed off a plan Thursday to remove items left by anti-Wall Street protesters on a downtown sidewalk that has become their base, at least for now.