City of Denver Resources
Lowry is part of the greater Denver area and so it partakes in many of the City of Denver Resources.
- Trash and Recycling: Here you will find information about your schedule, recycling, large item pick up, e-waste, classes on composting and much more.
- Neighborhood Services: Here you will find extended information for recreation centers, police stations, schools and after school programs, traffic conditions and more.
- 311: Call 311 for issues related to Lowry streets (owned and maintained by the City of Denver), traffic, street lights, city-owned parks (Crescent, Great Lawn, Bayaud, Lowry Sports Fields), trash & recycling pick-up, and other city services. 720-913-1311
- Street Light Outage: Report by phone 303-571-3608 or online by clicking here. When you report the outage, it is helpful to provide the “Grid Number,” which is found at eye level on the street light pole and is a 2- or 3-digit number over another 2- or 3-digit number.
- Denver Fire Department: For emergencies, please call 911. For non-emergencies, please call 720-913-1311.
- Denver’s Urban Camping Ban: As of 2012, Denver City Municipal Code prohibits unauthorized camping on public or private property. This includes public “right-of-way” such as sidewalks, tree lawns or open space, private property owned by homeowners’ associations, and City parks. An FAQ from the City about the camping ban is available here; Councilwoman Sawyer’s office has also provided an FAQ about the ban, and when and how to report an encampment, here.
- Reporting an Abandoned Vehicle: If a vehicle has been abandoned according to City of Denver statute, report it to the Abandoned Vehicle Unit. Call 720-865-0471 or report it online on pocketgov. You’ll need the address where the car is abandoned, the license plate number, the make, model, year, and color.
- Schlessman Family Branch Library: Lowry’s branch of Denver Public Library is at 1st and Quebec. Check their calendar for events and resources.
- Denver Police Department (District 3): For emergencies, including suspected break-ins in progress, please call 911. For non-emergency questions or concerns, call (720) 913-1300. District 3 Denver Police also update the community via a private social networking program called NextDoor. When you register for NextDoor, it uses your Lowry address to add you to the right group. Denver Police update on NextDoor based on your geographic location. You can also follow Denver Police on Facebook. Lowry’s District 3 Community Resource Officer is Mike Borquez who can be contacted at 303-505-5471 (cell) or 720-913-1183 (desk).
- City Council: Lowry is represented by District 5 Councilwoman Amanda Sawyer. Her office is staffed by Senior Council Aide Melissa Horn and Council Aide Logan Frye.
Councilwoman Sawyer’s office is in the City and County Building, 1437 Bannock St, Room 493. The office phone number is (720) 337-5555.
Visit Councilwoman Sawyer’s City website for her office’s contact information, District 5 news, and to sign up for the District 5 Newsletter. Email the office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Councilwoman Sawyer is also on Facebook, Instagram, andTwitter.
- Off-leash dogs in Lowry: According to Denver Municipal Code Section 8-16, dogs must be leashed and under their owner’s or keeper’s physical control in any public space – including parks, tree lawns, sidewalks, streets, and medians – EXCEPT FOR the city’s Dog Parks. One of the City of Denver’s Dog Parks is in Lowry, in the open space off Yosemite Way.
To report a dog off leash, call 311 or Denver Animal Protection Officer Dispatch at (720) 913-2080.
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