A show of gratitude and support for Denver’s first responders and medical personnel

Denver, CO –  Mayor Michael B. Hancock has directed Denver’s City and County Building be lit in red and white lights as a show of gratitude and support for our first responders and medical personnel. Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen will share how all public safety officers will reflect this tribute across the city.

Additionally, Councilwoman Kendra Black is asking all Denver residents to join the city in showing their gratitude and support for the people on the frontlines and essential workers by decorating a tree, shrub, or window with colorful lights. Residents are encouraged to share photos of their decorations using the hashtag #KeepCalmDenverOn.

What: Lighting of the City and County Building to thank first responders and essential workers.

Where: City and County of Denver Building, 1437 Bannock St.

When: Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 8:00 p.m.

Who: Mayor Michael B. Hancock, Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen and Councilwoman Kendra Black