As of July 2017 this is a map of coverage for the RNOs that INC represents. The heavily yellow shading indicates overlapping RNOs.
Per the Assessor’s role, the total current households in Denver is 328,000. The number of households represented by INC RNO memberships is 222,500 and includes condo units. INC represents 67.85% of the total households in Denver.
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In the interest of facilitating strong relationships between neighborhoods and businesses and minimizing common concerns associated with the sale of liquor, the City and County of Denver ensures that all key stakeholders have a voice in the liquor licensing process. … READ MORE
Are your neighbors in need of a little help? Maybe a grant could interest your RNO to get involved… “Several mini-Grants in the amount of $500 will be provided to several community projects that aim to bridge immigrant, refugee and receiving … READ MORE
INC’s Annual Neighborhood Awards Dinner was held on January 28. 2015 at the Wellshire Events Center. Each year, INC hosts a Neighborhood Awards Dinner and Silent Auction. The dinner is held to honor and celebrate individuals and organizations who have worked to … READ MORE
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The city of Denver is comprised of a diverse collection of neighborhoods, each possessing unique needs, but tied together by our common government. Many people are surprised to learn that our neighborhoods’ names and boundaries were not officially designated until … READ MORE
Public Hearing on CB12-0165 – Zoning Code Text Amendment #11 to mitigate effects of certain governmental actions on zone lots and uses – May 7, 2012 – Re: Attached Garages The City Council meets at 5:30 p.m. on the fourth … READ MORE