Denver Public Works
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.
Handling big storms like last week’s can get expensive with the plowing, the electric problems, and the cleanup. But there’s also money to be made.
Homeowners are still cleaning up the mess made by trees that snapped under the heavy snow from last week’s snowstorm. Some cities are now offering special services to help people get rid of the branches this weekend.
With the snow tapering off, crews in Denver are focusing on keeping the roads from icing up overnight.
With snow in the forecast for next week, Denver Public Works said their crews are ready for an early blast of winter.
He saved a woman who was being attacked and on Monday she had a chance to thank the Good Samaritan.
The Denver Public Works department is investigating a report that a group of strippers washed and posed on the hood of a city truck.
Following cries that wording on some downtown parking meters was misleading and deceptive, the city of Denver has decided to go back and alter the signage on thousands of parking meters downtown to make it more clear that drivers have to pay for overnight parking.