Welcome to CityYOU - a collection of programs in collaboration with Denver city agencies designed to demystify, explain and highlight your city’s amazing (and often unexpected) services. Our neighborhood customers asked to hear more about what the city of Denver has to offer, and about what’s going on. Come out, meet your neighbors and get the scoop on your awesome city.
Stand Up For a Child: Denver Adoption and Foster Care
Wednesday, Oct. 3, 6-7 p.m. @ Virginia Village
There are more than 900 children in the City and County of Denver who are in need of a stable and temporary place to call home. Foster parents act as part of the solution by
providing nurturing, caring, and structured homes for these children. Contribute to the solution by learning about foster care.
City Budget 101
Wednesday, Oct. 10, 6-7 p.m. @ Virginia Village
From police and fire to libraries and parks, the city’s annual budget funds thousands of services, programs and resources you rely on every day. Learn about Denver’s annual budget process and about the Mayor’s proposed 2019 budget.
Wednesday, Oct. 17, 6-7 p.m. @ Virginia Village
The Department of Public Safety (DOS) unifies all city agencies tasked with ensuring Denver is the safest and most welcoming city in the nation. Hear about upcoming 911 changes, and how to stay safe in your city.
Demystifying Zoning and Building Permits
Wednesday, Oct. 24, 6-7 p.m. @ Virginia Village
Got building plans? When do you need a permit, and how do you get it? An expert from Denver’s Community Planning and Development team will demystify the process.
Forensic Pathology in the Real World
Saturday, Oct. 27, 2-3:30 p.m. @ Virginia Village
Join Denver’s Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Jim Caruso for a fascinating look at the science behind Forensic Pathology and how it is used to identify someone, determine a cause of death and solve crimes.