Denver Parks and Recreation partners with CSU to create a greener Denver
The Salazar Center will work closely with park planners and other City and County of Denver departments to identify, share and advance best practices for applying natural solutions, alongside a health equity lens, to reduce the impacts of global warming on the city’s most vulnerable neighborhoods.
Gov. Polis Takes Action on Learning Pods, Extends Alternate Care Sites Executive Order
DENVER – Governor Jared Polis today signed an Executive Order facilitating learning pods due to the presence of COVID-19. “This Executive Order temporarily suspends statute to facilitate learning pods dueRead More
Governor Polis Announces Mask Distribution to Catholic, Private & Charter Schools
The State announced a specific partnership with the Colorado Archdioceses of Denver to provide 2,000 masks per week to their 48 schools. Private schools and charter schools will be asked to pick up their supply of masks in the district headquarters or designated depot in which they are located.
Colorado families with school-aged students to begin receiving Pandemic-EBT food benefits
More than 360,000 Colorado children are eligible for P-EBT benefits, which will reimburse families for the free and reduced-price meals that students missed while schools were closed in March, April and May because of COVID-19.
Colorado State University and University of Colorado receive EPA grant funds to advance air quality science
Awards part of $6 million in research funding to improve Air Quality models DENVER — Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that two Colorado universities will receive research grant fundingRead More
CSU study looks at how the performing arts can return in a healthy manner during COVID-19 pandemic
Researchers will aim to determine how far airborne particles and droplets are projected by those playing wind and brass instruments, singers, actors and dancers, and whether steps can be taken to protect both performers and audience members from the risks of co-exposure to COVID19.