When the Fisher family decided to repaint their house in Stapleton, they had no idea what was to unfold.
A lush, peaceful garden is rare in the city, but two homeowners in northeast Denver have found ways to create a backyard oasis despite space limitations.
Stapleton has the highest rate of preventable crimes in northeast Denver. These crimes can be prevented just as easily as they are committed.
Little libraries are popping up all over Denver for neighbors to “Take a Book, Return a Book.”
To brighten up basements artist artist Carol Tuttle paints scenes in window wells.
The Urban Farm invites the public to learn about and help maintain their new aquaponic system.
The strip of lawn between the sidewalk and the street is often neglected, but according to guest writer Sarah Christian, can have aesthetic potential with the right design.
“Whatever you do, this problem is going to exist,” says Stapleton resident Tad Rogers, who recently received a judgment from a jury trial that included $242,000 to replace his clogged drainage pipes and $552,000 for the hassles and inconvenience he has experienced in dealing with the drainage problems.
With the recent groundwater lawsuit, pump sumps are concerns for Stapleton residents. SUN board member Sean Tierney is investigating sump pump concerns in Stapleton and helps clear up confusion with this FAQ.