We want to know what’s on your mind!

Denverite member Nikolaus Remus wants to know: what's the deal with these parks named after cities? June 13, 2018. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Denverite member Nikolaus Remus wants to know: what's the deal with these parks named after cities? June 13, 2018. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Kevin J. Beaty
KEVIN-lighter

We always want to know what you’re thinking here at Denverite. It’s about being a good neighbor — we live here too — and hearing from you helps us deliver you news that’s relevant and useful.

That’s why we’ve started a new series aimed at your neighborhood curiosities. Submit your questions here, we’ll put it up for a vote, get back to you with answers, and everybody wins!

We’ve already hit the ground on queries like “How can Denver be more walkable?” and “What makes an effective neighborhood organization?”

So… what’s on your mind?

Detour: Looking to submit an event for our weekly “things to do” list? You can do it at our separate Google Form.

Here’s what we’ve tackled so far:

What makes some neighborhood organizations more effective than others?

What can Denver do to be more walkable?

Why is the Capitol building two different colors?

What’s up with all those stone lions in Capitol Hill?

Are there any American Elms left in Denver?

Why is some Denver high school architecture so dang fancy?

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You’re our superpower

Denverite members have made the decision to financially support local journalism that matters to you. Ready to tell your networks why? Sharing our “About” page with your own personal comments could really help us out.