The city auditor slammed Denver's Road Home recently, but the program's director, Bennie Milliner, says progress on homelessness was made.
- The policy would not change the city's ban on setting up campsites or tents in natural areas.Read more
- The new laws prohibit aggressive panhandling and ban people from lingering on specific medians.Read more
- The city manager assistant says benches can be moved at the request of merchants to reduce panhandling and for other reasons.Read more
Denver Public Library's social worker is based in the downtown branch, a place where homeless people congregate.
In his regular conversation with Colorado Matters, the governor talked taxes, a possible veto, and the failed plan to end homelessness in Denver.
Denver officials are still hammering out the details, but a new plan to tackle homelessness will likely take the policy in a new direction.
- The money will be divided up among the state and local housing authorities to help veterans in Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, the Denver area and Durango.Read more