Policy Positions


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INC Board of Directors Request Join Olympic Bid Committee Jan 9 2018




INC PARC letter to Finance Committee Regarding PHGC Dec 4 2017

INC PARC letter to Landmark Regarding Red Rocks Planting Boxes Dec 3 2017

INC Delegation Resolution Zoning Of Parks Nov 20 2017

INC Delegation 2nd Resolution Regarding Park Hill Golf Course Nov 20 2017

INC PARC letter to Council regarding 28th and Fairfax Park Nov 20, 2017

INC Delegation Resolution Opposing I-70 Sep 9 2017

INC PARC letter to Council regarding PHGC Sep 1 2017

INC Resolution Supporting Denver’s Acquisition of the Park Hill Golf Course April 8 2017

INC PARC letter regarding admission based events March 2017


Support Letter for Designation of 3 addition parcels from INC PARC to Mayor Hancock Aug 2016

Letter From PARC to Mayor Hancock Regarding Urban Drainage and Flood Control Plan 2016

June 2016 Resolution Regarding 16-0306 Waste Water Fee Increase

March 2016 Resolution Regarding the Platte to Park Hill Stormwater Drainage Project

INC Final Motion Short_Term Rentals March 12 2016

INC Housing First Position Statement Feb 13, 2016


INC Resolution on Entertainment Districts January 10, 2015

INC Resolution on Short Term Rentals March 14, 2015


resolution_on_gdp_ordinance_changes-1 Resolutions on General Development Plan Ordinance Changes Jeanne Robb Feb 11 2014

letter_on_disturbance_of_the_peace_in_parks  Sept 18 2014 letter_on_revision_to_the_denver_noise_ordiance Sept 18, 2014

letter_on_disturbance_of_the_peace_in_parks Lauri Dannemiller Sep 18 2014

Letter From Laurie Dannemiller Re:Chive Fest Aug 27, 2014

Letter From Lauri Dannemiller Re:Chive Fest To Steve Nicholls Aug 27, 2014

INC PARC Response Re:Central Park Runs Calendar Aug 7, 2014

INC PARC Letter of Concern to Katy Stracina Re:Chive Fest 7-17-2014

INC PARC response to Mayor’s articles about the value of Denver’s parks March 19, 2014

Presidents Letter To L Dannemiller Re: SEAP Meetings March 18, 2014

Sidewalk Position Statement Newsletter June 2014

INC’s Efficiency Proposals to Denver Excise and Licenses
INC’s Efficiency Proposals to Denver Excise and Licenses


Designation by Ordinance of Parks Ltr

INC Motion to Support JPUN Appeal 2100 Eliot July 13, 2013
Regarding regulations of retail marijuana January 2013

INC Resolution on Parks Designation Process

resolution_for_designation_by_ordinance_ltr  Resolution regarding the need to designate by ordinance park and natural areas

Parks Designation Response INC 051713

Resolution for Designation by Ordinance Ltr

Response to Parks Designation Steering Committee

Representatives to Parks Designation Steering Committee

Letter Urging I-70 Reroute Study Sep 5, 2013

Resolution For Catherine Sandy Oct 24, 2013

Letter in Support of Council Bill 13-570 Sept 8, 2013

General Development Plan Open Space Requirement Nov 12, 2013

Official Comment from INC to Planning Board on Open Space and GDPs Dec 16 2013


INC’s Motion to support RNO JPUN: To not build at 2100 Eliot Street – July 2012
Motion in Support of JPUN

INC’s position re Allowing Public Comment at Council Meetings
Public Comment At Council Meetings – 6/12/2012

Resolution to Postpone Council Vote On Camping Ban


Resolution In Honor Of Adrienne Anderson Aug 20 2011


Sept 12 2009 Resolutions Advertising In Denver Parks, Admision Based Events, Delegation Of Park Zoning Authority

Resolution and Letter to Kevin Patterson Events In Parks Oct 21 2009

Resolution Results and comments to Peter Park Regarding New Zoning Plan

parks_zoning_in_new_zoning_code_nov2009-1  Letter From Cathy Donohue Form Councilwoman


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Community Forum Regarding the Future of the Park Hill Golf Course Land


The open space future of the Park Hill Golf Course (PHGC) land could soon be in jeopardy. The PHGC is located east of Colorado Boulevard between 35th and 40th Avenues
Clayton’s PHGC lease with the golf course operator could terminate on December 31, 2018 if the operator fails to exercise its 5-year renewal option by June 30, 2018. If the golf course lease terminates, Clayton is expected to ask the City to relinquish the open space protections of the 1997 conservation easement and the 2000 agency agreement and allow rezoning and development of all or a portion of the land.


Should Denver & Colorado Bid For the 2030 Winter Olympics? A Forum

Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation (INC), Denver’s association of city-wide Neighborhood Organizations hosted a critical public policy discussion to evaluate the pros and cons of Colorado’s bid for hosting the Winter Olympics in 2030. The event was held Saturday, March 10, 2018, at Park Hill Congregational Church, 2600 Leyden Street, Denver, CO 80207 beginning at 10:15am. The event was open to the public and all interested citizens were invited to attend.

The panel discussion addressed the benefits and risks, advantages and disadvantages associated with a Denver bid for the 2030 Winter Olympics and featured a fair balance of speakers representing both sides, and followed with Q/A..


April 2018 Meeting, A Message From The President

School children in and around ESG neighborhoods are subjected to toxic conditions their fellow students in other parts of Denver are lucky to escape. This will be our focus at the next Delegate Meeting located at Holy Transfiguration of Christ Cathedral located at 349 East 47th Ave. 80216 on April 14th


Executive Committee Meeting Minutes Jan 8 2018

Dinner Update

Good registration, $25,000 + in sponsorship received, arrangements coming together well. Andrew Romanoff agreed to be emcee and the Mayor has been briefed about his presentation.
Any future correspondence between INC Chairs and city entities must first be submitted to the President prior to sending to the city.


Executive Committee Meeting Feb 12 2018

The Delegate meeting on February 10 directed INC to try to move the Annual Meeting (March 10) to be held at the same facility as the upcoming Park Hill Golf Course Informational Forum. Discussion included who to invite to be on a panel other than the INC representatives, who to be the moderator, and whether or not to seek “celebrity names” to participate.



I wish to thank you all for entrusting the stewardship of the Inter Neighborhood Cooperation to me going forward. As I stated at our March 10th meeting, we need to grow our organization in membership and public awareness. With your help and support we will do just that. To accomplish this however, we all must participate in this endeavor through our Registered Neighborhood Organizations(RNOs) working together in our respective districts and the city on the whole.


INC Transportation Meeting Notes January 2018

The Denver Moves: Transit plan is nearing the completion of its core recommendations, which are being reviewed in a series of public meetings throughout the city in the coming weeks.  The major recommendation is for the creation of a “Frequent Transit Network” — a grid of high-frequency all-day prioritized transit throughout the city. Where the ridership and other factors warrant it, the plan will be calling for significant upgrades to ensure transit operates with high reliability. In other corridors, less capital-intensive changes are needed to prevent transit from being stuck in traffic.  Other recommendations for quality transit stops and amenities are also expected in the upcoming draft plan.


‘There Is No Deal’

Haynes’s comments came several weeks after the board of Greater Park Hill Community, Inc. wrote to her and to Herndon, asking them to clarify the city’s plans. The letter also noted that the Park Hill Neighborhood Plan, which was adopted in 2000, specifies that, “Changes to parks and open space should be decided in a neighborhood forum.”

“Our purpose is to ensure that the adjacent neighbors’ priorities and wishes for the features of a pocket park in their neighborhood are heard, documented, and published.” The letter, which was approved unanimously at the Feb. 1 GPHC community meeting was signed by 26 board members of the Registered Neighborhood Organization.