Study To Determine Radon Mitigation In Denver Public Housing Delayed By CoronavirusIn the meantime, thousands of residents living in public housing units could remain at risk, and with the pandemic in effect, many people are staying in their homes several more hours of the day than normal, exposing them to even more radon concentrations than before.
CBS4 Investigation Finds Dangerous Radon Levels In Public Housing“It’s very dangerous, but I don’t have too many options at my age," said public housing resident Maria Chacón.
New Homeless Shelter And Affordable Housing Complex Accepting ApplicationsA brand-new complex that will include a homeless shelter, permanent supportive housing apartments and affordable housing units is now accepting leasing applications.
Housing Authority Helping Place Families & Working With LandlordsFamilies looking to find more affordable housing options are using a new set of vouchers handed out over the weekend to find a new place to live or bring down the cost of their current lease.
New Pilot Program Hopes To Help Denverites Afford RentCity leaders launched a new program they say is unlike any other in the country to try and help families find affordable options for housing.
City, Mayor Propose Pot Tax Hike To Generate More Affordable HousingDenver city officials are thinking about raising the marijuana sales tax in order to pay for more affordable housing.
Solar Garden Helps Power Affordable Housing UnitsDenver Housing Authority celebrated the progress on a new solar garden Friday that will power only affordable housing units in the city and help families reduce the cost of their energy bills.
HUD Secretary Visits Mixed-Income NeighborhoodThe U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development visited Denver on Monday.
New Public Housing Helps The Working PoorThe Denver Housing Authority announced the completion of 523 new rental units in Denver.
Taxpayer Money To Help Revitalize Neighborhood Near Mile High StadiumThe federal government says Denver and the Denver Housing Authority have a unique plan to revitalize one neighborhood.
Comcast Helping Colorado Close The 'Digital Divide'An effort is underway in Colorado to close the so-called digital divide. Comcast is expanding its eligibility for low-cost internet to include any Coloradan receiving housing assistance.
Despite Arrests & Destroyed Village, Activists Won't Stop Fight For HomelessActivists arrested Saturday night were back at the scene of the alleged crime on Sunday, protesting what they call a homeless epidemic.
Homeless Advocacy Group Illegally Builds Micro-House Village, Police Knock It DownOn Saturday the homeless advocacy group Denver Homeless Out Loud started building a village of micro-homes at Sustainability Park in Denver’s Curtis Park Neighborhood on 26th and Arapahoe streets.
Denver Housing Authority Opens Voucher Lottery Sign-UpTens of thousands of people are signing up for Denver’s Housing Choice Voucher lottery program.
Habitat For Humanity Building Affordable Housing Near Downtown DenverHabitat for Humanity is busy working on new, affordable housing near Downtown Denver.