Public Services

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Fire Station 11 - 40 W. 2nd Ave.

Location

Fire Station 11
40 W. 2nd Ave.
Denver, CO 80223
United States
39° 43' 8.886" N, 104° 59' 18.8844" W

Fire Station 11 is housed in a Denver Landmark building constructed 1936 in Art Deco style; it houses two trucks: Engine 11 and Rescue 1

Broadway Assistance Center - 605 W. 6th Ave.

Location

Broadway Assistance Center
605 West 6th Ave.
Denver, CO 80204
United States
39° 43' 34.1292" N, 104° 59' 43.9296" W

Broadway Assistance Center (BAC) provides emergency assistance, counseling and referrals to people in crisis within the designated boundaries in west Denver; it is located in the basement of St. Joseph's Catholic Church

Bringing Universal Broadband to Colorado

Panel and Discussion Sponsored by Open Media Foundation &
Media & Democracy Coalition
Thursday, January 28, 2010, 1-3 p.m.

Forty-one years after the invention of the Internet in the United States, many regions of our country do not have access to affordable, accessible broadband Internet. What was once a luxury service is more and more indispensable to our lives - like a utility, like electricity or water.

Date: 
28 Jan 2010 - 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Denver Masonic Temple facade

South Denver Lodge Number 93 - Masonic Temple

Dailey Park - Your home for graffiti

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Denver seal on the Office of Information

The city seal on this building is starting to show some age - the smokestack should probably be replaced with a wind turbine.

Denver Office of Information

Location

10 Galapago
Denver, CO 80223-1522
United States
39° 43' 0.3324" N, 104° 59' 46.7808" W

Get your "information" here at the Denver City and County "Office of Information." Rumored to contain a data center (i.e. lots of computers and networking equipment and disks) this is a very non-descript brick building with some windows bricked over on the South side and a large diesel generator in the parking lot in the North side.

Phil Milstein Park and Platte Trail

Location

United States
39° 43' 23.5092" N, 105° 0' 45.8352" W

The Platte river recreation trail enters the Baker neighborhood right at several "extreme" points in the neighborhood. This area is:

  • The lowest altitude in the neighborhood
  • The Westernmost point
  • The Northwestern corner
  • One of the most difficult places to get to in the whole neighborhood
  • One of the biggest green spaces in the neighborhood

River South Greenway Master Plan

Baker's western boundary is the South Platte River, and of all Denver's neighborhoods Baker may have the longest frontage on the river; yet due to the Valley Highway (I-25), Santa Fe Drive and the railroad, Baker's riverfront is almost completely inaccessible

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