There are seven ballot drop-off locations around the city. Voters have until Tuesday to get their ballots in.
This puts the city in line with federal law, after a 2018 decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals found that punishing people for camping in such spaces when shelters are full is a violation of the Eighth Amendment.
Activists find Denver's urban camping ban cruel and have tried to overturn it. Now the issue will go to Denver voters.
A $1.3 million grant to pay for renovations would not only provide permanent housing to people experiencing homelessness, but create a hub for community resources as well.
The Denver metro's unsheltered homeless population has grown nearly 60 percent over the last five years, to around 1,300 individuals.
City officials will now give written notice of sweeps and clean-ups in advance, when possible.
After Denver rejected the Beloved Community Village’s petition for private land, the city has now offered city-owned land as a new semi-permanent home.
After running into hurdles ahead of the November 2018 election, the psilocybin decriminalization effort submitted twice the amount of signatures needed to get on the May ballot.
One Colorado shelter even doubled their capacity after demand jumped in October.
As the names of those who perished on the streets were read aloud, those in attendance joined together to say, "We will remember."