Published on September 7th, 2014 | by Jennifer Shockley0
DenverUrbanism: An Online Publication for Denver’s City Life
Every city has publications that are all about that place. One of Denver’s online sites that helps the community members and visitors to the Mile High City be aware and take part in local activities, meetings and news is DenverUrbanism.
“DenverUrbanism provides news, ideas, and commentary about urbanism in Denver and advocates a progressive pro-urban agenda for the Mile High City.”
DenverUrbanism was launched in 2010 and is all about city life in Denver. It is a spin off from 2004’s Denver Infill Blog and Website. DenverUrbanism is all about advocating progress and change in Denver.
Recent posts that can be found on the website are, “Denver Proposes Arterial BRT on East Colfax,” by Joel Noble published on September 3, 2014.
Image source: City of Denver: www.ColfaxCorridorConnections.com
Plus, “It’s a Huge Weekend for US Transit Openings,” by Dan Malouff published on July 25, 2014 which showcased the newly renovated Union Station.
Denver Union Station photo by Ryan Dravitz
The categories that DenverUrbanism’s stories are published under are:
- Adaptive Reuse
- Events and Meetings
- General Urbanism
- Historic Preservation
- Land Use and Planning
- Multi-Modal Transport
- Parks and Public Spaces
- Public Health
- Urban Design
Allowing people to be aware and to participate in the on-goings of Denver, or any city, is crucial to a city growing and progressing as any city wants to do. Publications like DenverUrbanism are a necessity for living and thriving in Denver.« Green Materials Report: Metal Roofing New, Passive House Condo Going Up in Brooklyn »