Call To Action

Please join the DOTI project team to discuss existing conditions, goals, and the planning timeline for the Evans Corridor study:


Virtual Community Meeting #1

Date: December 6, 2023

Time: 5:30-7:00 p.m.

 Register for the meeting at

Call in # 720 707 2699; Meeting ID: 819 1462 3970


You may have heard District 4 will soon be home to 100 families who have been without homes. The hotel at 7525 E Hampden Ave will soon be converted into housing for these families with wrap around support. (Please refer to the attached flyer.)


A UHNC family has offered to be a donation drop off point for our neighborhood. They will then take the donations the last couple miles to Councilwoman Romero-Campbell's office for distribution. In addition we ask that any one who can make it attend the Community Information Meeting on Dec 16th at 10am as a show of support. (Please refer to the attached flyer.)


Kathy and Allen Meyer at 4545 E Harvard Ave have placed a donation box on the West side of their garage for donations. Please have donations dropped off
. Kathy and Allen will be making regular trips to deliver these donations to the official dropoff location.


Some of the many things to consider when thinking about these families:

o   Homelessness is a traumatic experience, and it can have lasting psychological effects, especially on children. Staying together as a family can provide a sense of security and reduce the trauma associated with homelessness.

o   When families are housed together, social services and support can be more efficiently delivered to the entire family unit, making it easier to coordinate resources and assistance.

o   Homeless families often face a lack of stability in their living arrangements. Providing them with a dedicated shelter where they can stay together offers a degree of stability and consistency, which is essential for children's educational, social, and emotional development.

o   Families experiencing homelessness can benefit from mutual support and camaraderie with other families facing similar challenges. This sense of community can be fostered in family shelters.



UHNC Mural Project

By Gita Michulka, Contributing Writer   |   Image:  This CommUNITY mural by Shane Pilster inspired the Murals on a Mission: New Kensington project.

Please help us get a mural in UHills North. We are seeking suggestions for a mural in either 1 of 2 places or both (see below) and will need input from the residents of our neighborhood. Please go to the survey link provided here and get more information before sharing your thoughts. Thank you

Century Link building on Evans at Ash

Bring awareness to Multi-mobility use across from a major transportation hub

NE corner of Warren and Dexter

Traffic Calming mural where a 360 unit apartment building is joining a quiet neighborhood street

The following are the links you need now:

Hearing Notices from Denver County