Crime and Safety

Community Page

Police: #'s & Stations

Emergency -- 911
Non-Emergency -- 720-913-2000

COP Shop at 407 S Broadway
Community Operated Policing Storefront (COP)
720-865-2206
Open 11-3 Monday thru Saturday; 10-6 Wednesdays
Use the COP Shop to report non-injury traffic accidents, file non-criminal complaints such as noise, graffiti, drug activity, etc.

Schools

Lincoln Elementary School
A traditional elementary and Montessori school
710 S. Pennsylvania Street
303-744-1785

Community

Washington Street Community Center
WSCC provides programs for Seniors (luncheons, trips, friendly visitor, exercise classes, respite care), Preschoolers, Before/After School Kids, and children's summer and holiday camps.
809 South Washington Street
303-733-4643

Grant Avenue Community Center
A focal point of local social, educational, health-related and spiritual gatherings, as well as a meeting space for state and national conferences.
216 South Grant Street
303-733-8940

Escalating Alcohol-Related Issues in Washington Park

Apr 9 2014 - 6:00pm
Apr 9 2014 - 8:00pm

Community Meeting to Address Escalating
Alcohol-Related Issues in Washington Park:

Wednesday, April 9
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Denver Baha’i Center, 225 East Bayaud Avenue

Please join Councilman Chris Nevitt, the West Washington Park Neighborhood Association, and Denver Parks & Recreation for a community meeting on alcohol restrictions and enforcement in Washington Park. After several years of dramatically escalating alcohol issues, restrictions are being proposed as a pro-active measure before we reach the peak of summer activity and pressure on the park and surrounding community.

At the meeting, Denver Parks & Recreation will present various options for alcohol restrictions and enforcement. This is in response to an increasing number and severity of complaints and concerns from park users and nearby residents, as well as a request from Councilman Nevitt for an alcohol ban. These complaints range from lewd or disruptive conduct, litter throughout the park and in neighborhoods, public urination, illegal parking blocking driveways, alleys, and sidewalks, loitering and defecation in alleys, and other deleterious quality-of-life issues - all stemming from the over-consumption of both legal and illegal alcohol in Washington Park.

WWPNA Newsletter October-December 2009

Attached is the WWPNA newsletter for October - December, 2009.
Download Newsletter.