JJ Niemann, President, Resigns

JJ NIEMANN RESIGNATION – George Mayl, VP INC, Assumes Role of President

Via Email November 27, 2017 to the Executive Committee (excerpts from original letter)

It is with a heavy heart that I need to resign as president of the Denver INC.  I am thankful for having the opportunity to give so much of my life to INC over the last four years, but my life and the needs of my family have recently become too much for me to continue to give and lead in the way that INC needs our organizations’ president to lead. 


INC Membership Renewals January 1, 2018

Time to renew INC Memberships

 INC dues for all members are due January 1, 2018.  Rates remain the same since 2012. Your dues help pay for such things as member meetings (food, beverage, supplies, and equipment), website upkeep, survey tools, newsletter development, banking and legal, committee meeting needs and our annual awards dinner.


Is Your RNO Information Current with Us?

Do We Have Correct RNO Data for Your Group?

The list of current 2017 members is posted on our website at 2017 MEMBER LIST. 

We currently have 90 RNO member organizations and 33 Associate members. 

Please advise if you have changes in delegates, addresses or even RNO names! 
We like to keep our sign in sheets up to date so if any of your voting delegates have changed, please let us know the name, address, email and phone for our contact records. This also includes permanently assigned rotating delegates (alternates).


What We Are Voting On November 2017

In addition to Referred Questions 2A-2G authorizing up to $937 million of General Obligation Bond sales to finance capital projects across the city, voters will decide:
The election of four members of the DPS Board of Education – 1 At-Large, plus Districts 2, 3 and 4

Referred Question 2H – a bill to change the name of the Department of Environmental Health to the Department of Public Health & Environment (to match the state) and increase its board membership from 5 to 9 members



INC neighborhoods oppose the proposed expansion of I70 because it increases the health impacts on our neighborhoods and we call on Governor Hickenlooper and Mayor Hancock to halt the project until all health impacts have been eliminated.


The Debate Continues: Denver INC Sponsors Public Forum

Public Forum – Elements of Lawsuits Pertaining to Platte to Park Hill Storm Water Diversion & the I-70 Expansion

DENVER – Denver’s Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation is sponsoring an open forum about the elements of lawsuits pertaining to Platte to Park Hill storm water diversion (“The Ditch”) and the I-70 expansion and re-route project. At present, there are four lawsuits pending from various civic organizations. This educational forum will focus on the heart of these lawsuits.

Date/time: Saturday September 9 8:30AM-11:30AM.
Location: Manual High School, 1700 E 28th Ave.


Seeking Applicants-Denver’s Commission for People with Disabilities

Seeking Applicants
The deadline for applications is Friday, April 28, 2017.
The mission of Denver’s Commission for People with Disabilities is to promote and enhance equality for people with disabilities through empowerment, advocacy and education by working with community members, and City and County of Denver officials and employees who have the ability to affect change.

The Commission is seeking candidates with experience in one or all of the following fields:
· Writing
· Project Management, and
· Marketing/Social Media
· Event Planning