These days, more and more Denverites are choosing to get around by bike. With the 27 miles of expanded bikeways that the Northwest Community Transportation Network is bringing to our neighborhoods, residents will have even more opportunities to enjoy riding. With that, we wanted to offer some helpful hints to stay safe, protect your bike, and haveContinue reading “Bike Theft and Safety”
A Curbside Access Plan (CAP) is a comprehensive parking plan that addresses parking concerns voiced by area residents, businesses, and property owners. CAPs are designed to address an area’s changing conditions (e.g., density, redevelopment, etc.) and acknowledge the needs of all user groups. The process utilizes a stakeholder committee to identify specific parking challenges, exploreContinue reading “Tennyson Curbside Action Plan”
The City and County of Denver is supporting its small and micro businesses and nonprofits that have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic by providing free PPE kits to them. These free kits will help each organization offset an unexpected expense and help ensure a safe environment for employees, volunteers, and customers as theseContinue reading “Free PPE Available for Small Businesses & Nonprofits”
Do you live in a historic district? Are you interested in learning more about them? Do you want to engage with other residents in Denver’s historic districts? If so, then mark your calendars for this FREE EVENT sponsored by Historic Denver. This year’s Annual Historic District Round-Up will be hosted virtually on Zoom, hopefully allowingContinue reading “Historic District Round-Up”
In partnership with Denver Community Media, DPR has launched a new series of virtual programming to keep you active! Recreation activities will air Monday thru Friday at 8:00 am and 4:00 pm, on Comcast channels 56 and 881, along with a mixture of repeats on Saturday and Sunday at 7:00 pm. In addition, new videosContinue reading “Virtual Recreation with DPR”
The Denver Department of Transportation & Infrastructure (DOTI) will build out 125 miles of bikeways between 2020 and 2023 to make it easier to travel the city by bicycle. These bikeways will be constructed in three focus areas: Northwest, Central, and South Central. They have uploaded the most recent drawings of the over 40 proposedContinue reading “Bike Path Update”
BRUN meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 6:30 – 8:00 pm! Monthly meetings are Open to the Public, with an Open Mic to hear neighbors’ concerns. COVID-19 MEETING CHANGE: BRUN will be moving our monthly meetings online until further notice. To join these meetings from your computer, tablet or smartphone, please visit https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88995264810,Continue reading “Monthly Meetings Go Online”
Now’s your chance to help keep local restaurants going during COVID-19. Join Northside neighborhood and merchant groups by signing the “Takeout Tuesdays” pledge to receive weekly reminders and recommendations for amazing “to go” food options all over North Denver. Sign up here: https://mailchi.mp/eba24841a541/takeouttuesday to help keep the Northside community strong!
The City and County of Denver is managing requests from wireless providers and wireless infrastructure companies to construct small cell facilities in the public right of way. These facilities are often placed close to peoples’ homes, causing concern among many residents. Click here for more information from the City of Denver.
Over the past few years, streets like Tennyson have lost retail space to new development that is 100% residential. To help address this issue, BRUN and Denver City Council District 1 Councilwoman Amanda Sandoval are hosting meetings to discuss proposed changes to mixed use (MX) and main street (MS) zoned areas within the boundaries ofContinue reading “Active Main Street Town Halls”