In preparation for CNU 17 in Denver, the hometown paper published three op-eds on the importance of new urbanism, how it is changing development throughout the country, Denver's stellar role in it, and examples of it being put to use in the region.
Jun 10, 2009 The Denver Post
Frustrated with dog poop in his neighborhood park, a Denver resident has initiated a program that places locally-sponsored poop bagging and disposal kiosks in parks throughout the city.
May 8, 2009 The Denver Post
Following the path of only a few other attractive cities and regions, Denver is seeing an influx of whites while the suburbs are becoming increasingly racially & ethnically integrated.
Apr 6, 2009 The Denver Post
The City of Denver plans to spend more than $15 million over the next decade to purchase real estate near mass transit.
Mar 1, 2009 The Denver Post
In an effort to revitalize the local economy, Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper has announced a plan to fast-track more than 200 construction projects in the city.
Dec 14, 2008 The Denver Post
While home values in the rest of the region decline, homes near Denver's light rail system have experienced an increase in values over the past two years.
Nov 3, 2008 The Denver Post
<p>From unemployment to rising rents to widespread foreclosures, many major problems face Americans. In his latest column, Neal Peirce argues that planners are the ones who can formulate a broad solution.</p>
May 6, 2008 The Denver Post
<p>The use of eminent domain by the Denver-area Regional Transportation District is coming under increasing scrutiny from homeowners and public officials.</p>
Feb 21, 2008 The Denver Post
<p>Eminent domain usage by the Denver area transit authority may be severely limited by a law that specifies land seizures be made only for "public transit purposes". This may prevent takings for such uses as parking lots and TOD.</p>
Feb 9, 2008 The Denver Post
<p>In this column, Neal Peirce argues that the country needs to take a step back in time to the regulations and policies of the early 1970s to solve the current mortgage meltdown.</p>
Jan 7, 2008 The Denver Post