The Action Fund is designed to catalyze innovative neighborhood and community projects that enhance Denver’s authentic character and honors cultural heritage as reflected in the built environment. Through the Action Fund, Historic Denver selects one to three community or neighborhood projects each round. Projects will receive technical assistance, staff support and direct financial investment from Historic Denver, ranging from $2,500 to $10,000. Projects are selected through a competitive application process, now open on April 1, 2018, June 1, 2018 and September 1, 2018. Neighborhood organizations, non-profits or other civic associations are eligible to apply.
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From Denver Post
By Aldo Svaldi | email@example.com | The Denver Post
PUBLISHED: February 16, 2017 at 5:02 am | UPDATED: February 16, 2017 at 12:29 pm
In the 80216 ZIP code, an index of home values is up 30.1 percent the past year and 250 percent the past five years, handily beating U.S. and Denver averages.
That strong property appreciation is a testament to both how depressed prices were and how desperate buyers are for affordable properties.
Some residents fear the severity of the area’s environmental problems are being ignored and remediation plans remain inadequate. Three major redevelopment projects, including reconstruction of Interstate 70, are combining with booming home and land values to push long-time residents out, said Cdebaca.
“I feel like the new people are clueless” of past polluters, she said. “Sellers aren’t required to report it, and the institutional knowledge is being displaced.”
The purpose of Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation’s Annual Awards Dinner is to honor those who have contributed to improving our community and their neighborhoods. INC also holds a silent auction as an annual fundraiser to benefit its continued efforts to engage in addressing City issues.
The professional photographer, Bernard Grant, took some great pictures of our 2017 INC Awards Dinner
Neighborhood Stars have made a difference in their neighborhoods. They have made Denver a better place to live by working on a cause or project to improve the appearance or quality of life in their neighborhoods. Tony Hurd University Park … READ MORE
Neighborhood Stars have made a difference in their neighborhoods. They have made Denver a better place to live by working on a cause or project to improve the appearance or quality of life in their neighborhoods. Sara Randall West Colfax … READ MORE