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Denver mayor’s budget for 2020 highlights transportation

Denver’s proposed 2020 budget highlights multimodal transportation with increased funding, as well as initiatives for the homeless population, while also preparing for slower economic growth. … more

Denver needs better solutions for housing homeless

It’s 30 degrees outside as I jot down my thoughts early on a Friday morning. It was even colder late last night. And it will be colder yet on Sunday when the temperatures are expected to rise no … more

Denver women, youths often face additional hardships while living on the street

For Jami Helmig, a resource like Warren Village provided her with more than just housing — it gave her the confidence to be herself again. Helmig first heard about Warren Village when she was … more

Denver nonprofit aims to fill the need for services

Last month Bayaud Enterprises launched a new shower truck, a first-of-its-kind trailer that will provide private showers to Denver’s homeless population. There are two showers on the trailer. … more

Denver nonprofit looks to convert former church into affordable housing

A nonprofit has set its sights on an old church near Cheesman Park as the home of a new affordable housing project. While some residents think the project will serve a need in the community, others … more

Denver swears in new officials (Photos)

During the One Denver inauguration event, elected officials stressed bringing all residents together as the city continues to grow, highlighting homelessness, wages and affordability as issues to … more

For homeless people, the streets, and the laws, are often gray areas

To Englewood police Sgt. Tracy Jones, the homeless situation on the city’s central streets is a row of stops — the light-rail station, the library, the Englewood Trolley bus route, the Walmart, … more

Homelessness in Englewood: No place to call home

During a cleanup along the South Platte River in January, Englewood police counted 21 campsites with about 30 people living on its east banks. Some 25 truckloads of trash, human waste, syringes and … more
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