Denver Public Works Employee David Williams, Cited In Youth Baseball Brawl, Placed On LeaveOne of the people cited in connection with a brawl that broke out at a youth baseball game in Lakewood over the weekend works for Denver Public Works.
'High Comfort' Bikeways Not Sitting Well With Some ResidentsA group of Denver residents has started a petition in hopes of preventing the city from modifying bike lanes in their neighborhood.
Two Top Denver Public Works Officials Placed On LeaveThe director of street maintenance for Denver and the manager of street maintenance operations have been placed on “investigatory leave.”
'Smart Vehicle' Technology Enables Communication Between Car, Traffic Signals, Emergency RespondersDenver Public Works is beginning to rollout new "smart vehicle" technology in their vehicles that could lay the foundation for dramatic changes in the Denver metro area commute.
Snowplow Drivers Ready For Spring SnowstormIt was too warm on Tuesday for the Colorado Department of Transportation to spray de-icer on highways like they have done in previous storms.
It's Street Sweeping Season In Denver - Don't Get A $50 Ticket!Residents can sign up for street sweeping reminders through pocketgov online and get text or email notifications about street sweeping days.
New Rules Put Pedestrian Safety First In Construction ZonesAs more construction zones pop up in Denver, companies will need to follow new rules when it comes to pedestrian safety. The previous rules put in place in 2008 just haven't kept up with current growth.
Denver Drivers: Street Sweeping Begins April 2Street sweeping begins in Denver on Tuesday, April 2. Denver Public Works wants to remind drivers to pay attention to street sweeping zones that will be off limits for parking depending on the day.
Denver Auto Shop: Potholes Popping Up 'Literally Overnight'Street crews for the City and County of Denver have started filling potholes as the dramatic changes in weather over the past winter has already created a lot of work for staff.
City Addresses Potholes 2 Weeks After Bomb Cyclone The Bomb Cyclone on March 13 is having some lingering effects on the roads across the Denver metro area.
More Dockless E-Scooters Could Be Coming To DenverMore of those dockless electric scooters could be coming to Denver.
Get Back On That Bike, 5,280 Free B-Cycle Annual Passes Up For GrabsThe City of Denver wants more people to take advantage of the B-cycle program and it's going to give away 5,280 yearly memberships to city residents.
Track The Snowplows To Find Cleared Streets In DenverYou can track Denver's snowplow crews during this snowy Monday to see where the crews are clearing the streets.
Denver Wants Public Input On Dockless Scooters & BikesThe City of Denver wants the public's input on its Dockless Mobility Pilot Permit Program.
'Parking Angels' Watching For Drivers Parking Properly Near Bike LanesParking angels are working their magic throughout Denver. Officers will be rewarding people who park properly near the city's bike lanes through the end of the year.