Lower Downtown Neighborhood Association | Meetings
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Denver Parks and Rec – Hearing on Athletic Fields Permitting Policy
August 8, 2018 at 5:30 pm
Regular meeting of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, Wellington Webb Municipal Building, located at 201 W. Colfax Ave., Room 4.F.6.

A hearing on proposed revisions to the Parks and Recreation Athletic Fields Permitting Policy to update the current system for how permitting in DPR is fulfilled, how requests are prioritized, state the regulations and allowable use for permittees, permittable hours and dates, and consequences for policy violations. A copy of the Athletic Fields Permitting Policy, as modified, is accessible through the Denver Parks and Recreation website.

Group Living: Public Open House

5:30 to 8 p.m.Tuesday, August 14
McNichols Building, Civic Center Park, 144 W. Colfax Ave.

Community Planning and Development has launched a project to review the rules and regulations that govern “group living” uses in the Denver Zoning Code. These uses involve everything from elder care to shelters for the homeless, transitional or special care housing, community corrections, live-work spaces and new trends like tiny houses and single-room occupancy.
The public is invited to the first open house for the Group Living Text Amendment, where attendees will learn about the project and share their thoughts and ideas on issues related to “group living” uses in Denver. Attendees will have the opportunity to offer feedback on the problem statement document (PDF), which summarizes the work city planners have done with an advisory committee of local stakeholders to identify concerns to be addressed in potential text amendments to the Denver Zoning Code.
  Project website includes complete meeting details and email sign up.
How Supervised Injection Facilities Play a Role in Recovery – Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

August 22nd 5:30pm – 7:00pm
Stout Street Health Center Community Room  2130 Stout Street | Denver 80205

Join us for our ninth panel discussion as part of the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless 2018 Education Series. Let’s debunk myths, bring these issues to light, and build a more thoughtful community. Opioid and other substance use is a public health issue. We will discuss how supervised injection facilities reduce overdoses and disease contraction, while creating a space for recovery for those addicted and for our community.

This month’s panelists include:

Lisa Raville, Harm Reduction Action Center
Rourke Weaver, Red Rocks Recovery Centers
Joshua Blum MD, Denver Health
Cuica Montoya, Denver Public Library
Kelly Reed, Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

Our Education Series is FREE and open for everyone to attend.  Please RSVP **Thank you Sexy Pizza for providing delicious food for our guests this month!**


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