Twenty-three years after its creation, the Stapleton Citizens Advisory Board (CAB) is questioning its own future.
Denver is awaiting CDOT review of a revised noise evaluation report that will help answer the question of whether a noise mitigation wall will be required as part of the extension of Martin Luther King Blvd. in east Stapleton.
The Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge (RMANWR) really is where the buffalo (bison) roam.
Winter Welcome on November 18 at the East 29th Ave. Town Center brought the coldest temperatures of the season to date—but that didn’t dampen the spirits of 3,000 people who came out to view the lighting of the tree and celebrate the holiday season.
The top-performing alternative high school in the Denver Public Schools (DPS) district this year is Denver Online High School, which serves a surprisingly diverse array of students.
School Performance Framework (SPF) “stoplight” scores are out for DPS schools, for the first time in two years, and the results are surprising to many in the local community.
Apparently, it takes a real train, not a promised one, to stimulate investment at a transit-oriented development (TOD) site.
Landri Taylor, Stapleton Foundation executive director, announced at the November CAB meeting a study into how the foundation could assist buyers in making down payments on affordable homes.
The city of Denver will not enforce the Green Book vision for rental housing at Stapleton. “While the Stapleton Development Plan (Green Book) is mentioned in the Development Agreement as ‘principles’ to be adhered to, the Development Agreement does not adopt those principles as enforceable terms,” says Denver’s housing director Rick Padilla.
Vandals defaced Stapleton’s Isabella Bird school with a swastika and other offensive graffiti over the weekend of November 18th.