House & Home
Promotes sustainable development and ecologically friendly practices throughout the community.
How to Get Organized Now!
Colorado Homes & Lifestyle Magazine
Features on Colorado homes, links and where to buy.
How to research the history of a building.
Real Home Guide
Directory of sites about home improvement, real estate, and more.
Help for homeowners who want to achieve professional-looking results from their home-improvement projects.
Home and Garden TV
Find ideas and inspiration to transform your space, and the expert help you need to accomplish it.
Better Homes and Gardens Magazine
Turn home, cooking, and gardening inspiration into action.
Oprah Magazine Food and Home Section
Organizing, entertaining, expert advice and famous spaces.
Martha Stewart Living
Home crafts, entertaining, decorating and more.
Do It Yourself
Home improvement how-to information, community forums and a free newsletter.
Hints from Heloise
Hints on everything from stain removal to the best way to travel.
How-to library, hot topics and product information.
This Old House
Homeowner's Almanac, new owner’s guide and a free e-newsletter.
Articles, find a contractor in your area and tips for buying a home.
Better Homes & Gardens' step-by-step instructions on many home repairs.
Home Maintenance and Repair
Full-text articles on topics of home maintenance and repair. Includes information on stains, cleaning, minor household fixes, etc.
Better Business Bureau Home Improvement Tips
Tips on everything from planning to financing. Unhappy with work that has been done on your home? File a complaint here.
Designed to help every Coloradan become prepared to respond to and recover from a wide array of disasters.
Denver has made recycling easier than ever! Recycling is free for Denver residents and now you may recycle more materials without all the sorting. You'll find online signup for residential pickup, kid's page, composting classes, service schedule, email notification and much more.
Accepted and NOT accepted materials
Household Hazardous Waste
Solutions for recycling other items such as batteries, computers, automobiles, paint, etc.
Coloradans can now drop off used compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) and mercury-containing thermostats for free recycling at any Ace Hardware store in the state. The spiral shaped bulbs contain a small amount of mercury and should not be thrown away in the trash. CFLs are also accepted in Denver's Household Hazardous Waste collection program.
Your leaves and Christmas trees become Denver Recycles’ Annual Treecycle Mulch Giveaway and LEAFDROP Compost Sale.