Adding Value to Your Home – Infographic by Renovation Kingdom
Broadway/Lincoln is a vibrant mixed-use district with dense commercial and residential land uses, making it a popular destination for people who walk, bike, drive and take transit. The corridor is also a major link between downtown and I-25.
Denver Public Works is leading a study that will evaluate new concepts to make Broadway/Lincoln a safer place for all travelers. Denver community members who walk, bike, take transit or drive the corridor are encouraged to attend this workshop and provide input on possible improvements.
Community workshop for Broadway/Lincoln Corridor Study:
When: Thursday, January 28, 2015
Drop in anytime: 3pm – 8pm
Presentation at 6pm
Where: South Broadway Christian Church
23 Lincoln Street, Denver, CO, 80203
For more information, please visit the project website, www.DenverMovesBroadway.com.
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Even though the ground is too frozen for planting, it isn’t too early to start planning your tree planting for 2016.
Denver Digs Trees can help!
You may apply for a ‘street tree’ or a ‘yard tree’. A street tree improves the area between the sidewalk and the curb. A yard tree is used to enhance your yard.
The standard fee is $35 per tree which is an excellent deal on a tree.
However, Denver Digs Trees target neighborhoods qualify for $10 trees.
Those lucky neighborhoods are:
With a little research you can enrich your property’s value, appearance and enjoyment by planting a tree.
Here are all the details and a link to apply: