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OUR COMMUNITY HAS SO MUCH TO OFFER!

LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND SAFETY

Denver Police District 2

3921 Holly St., 2.Dist@denvergov.org, 720-913-1000

Commander Calo hosts the District 2 Community Advisory Board’s (2CAB) monthly meetings on the fourth Thursday of every month at 6 p.m. in the D2 Police Station Community Room.

Denver 311

One stop shop for most city/county services

Sign up to receive email notifications for recycling and trash pick-up plus more here.

https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/trash-and-recycling.html

Denver Zoning

Denver City Council

Park Hill’s City Council Representative

Sustainable Neighborhood Program

Park Hill Post Office

EDUCATION

Vicker’s Boys and Girl’s Club

Hallett Elementary

Park Hill Elementary

Stedman Elementary

Smith Elementary

Roots Elementary

LIBRARY AND RECREATION

See At the Library in this month’s issue of the Greater Park Hill News for events at the Park Hill and Pauline Robinson Branch Libraries.

Park Hill Branch Library

Pauline Robinson Branch Library

Hiawatha Davis

FOOD ASSISTANCE

Food Bank of the Rockies

Hunger Free Colorado Hotline

Dahlia Campus for Health and Well-Being

3401 Eudora St., 303-300-6333

Dahlia Farms and Gardens host a weekly Farmers’ Market on Wednesdays from 4pm to sunset for the duration of the growing season. Fresh produce from the farm will be available for purchase (cash, credit and SNAP/EBT accepted). Come enjoy music, food demos and fun for the family.

FAITH COMMUNITIES

Greater Park Hill’s faith community, home to over 30 places of worship in just four square miles, is as diverse and robust as the neighborhood itself. Check out our Faith Community hand out. If you have a faith community in Park Hill that is not listed, please email info@greaterparkhill.org and we’ll update our records!

YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS

Find your local elected officials through Common Cause.

LOCAL MEETINGS/MEET-UPS

Holly Area Redevelopment Project (HARP)

HOPE Center, 3475 Holly St.

HARP holds second Monday monthly meeting at the HOPE Center from 6:15-7:30pm. RSVP required to lsullivan@denverfoundation.org.

Northeast Denver Parent Support Group

2600 Leyden, kdot62@comcast.net, 303-329-8950

Parents of children with a variety of special needs of all ages support and nurture one another, and share resources and ideas. Third or fourth Friday from 9:30-11:30am.

Park Hill New Parents Group

meetup.com/Park-Hill-Parents

Park Hill parents group offers playdates, outings, Dad’s Night Out and Mommy Book Club.

Northeast Park Hill Coalition

D2 Police Station, 3921 Holly St., Darcie Ezell (Dahlia Campus for Health and Well-Being) – NEPHcoalition@gmail.com

The NEPHC hosts its monthly meeting on the second Thursdays of the month at 6pm.

Park Hill Peloton

Find them on Facebook

A recreational group of road cyclists that roll from Park Hill once or twice a week.

Sertoma Club

303-370-0932

The Greater Park Hill Sertoma Club holds a breakfast meeting every first and third Saturday morning at 8am at the District 2 Police Station, 3921 Holly Street.

Tai Chi Project

taichiproj@earthlink.net, 303-744-7676

Tai Chi classes Thursday mornings in City Park at 7-7:45 a.m. planned in conjunction with DMNS.

Tattered Cover Travel Lovers Book Club

The book club meets the 2nd Monday of each month at the Tattered Cover at 2526 E. Colfax Ave.

Walk2Connect

www.walk2connect.com

Park Hill Sunrise Walking Trips set off every Tuesday morning from Spinelli’s Coffee and Ice Cream at 23rd and Dahlia at 7 a.m. No cost. Walks are about one hour long, just under 3 miles, and family and dog friendly. For more information, email jonathon@walk2connect.com or call 303-908-0076.

2800 FAIRFAX ST

Pocket Park Proposal

Fairfax Community Park – this is link to the Denver Parks and Rec site. Scroll down to Fairfax Community Park under Current and Planning Projects and click the + button

Communication from Denver Parks and Rec dated May 9 2018

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