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Your Voice Matters

In order to better shape the future of our neighborhood, it is important that each of us take an active role in our community. Whenever issues are important to you, we encourage you to reach out to the corresponding entity and/or public official.

Where do I report a problem?

You are Denver's eyes and ears. UHNA is not a community enforcement agency and as such, UHNA cannot enforce any city code or regulation. If you have concerns, please contact the appropriate Denver government agency so they can respond to your concerns. 311 and are how the city tracks and prioritizes issues—more reports equals a higher priority for the city.

  • Call 311 or go online to to report problems such as parking violations, abandoned vehicles, potholes, damaged/fallen trees, weeds, missed trash/recycling/compost pickup, and neighborhood issues. (Be sure to get a case number).

  • Call 311 or go online to to report encampments. Be sure to report important details such as the exact location, the number of tents, and if propane tanks are present. Encourage others to report this as well. (Be sure to get a case number).

  • Call 911 for EMERGENCIES and to REPORT A CRIME IN PROGRESS, including street racing. You can also report street racing online.

  • Call the Denver Police Non-Emergency line to report a crime not in progress at 720-913-2000.

  • In addition to using 311/, you can call Denver Parking Enforcement at 720-913-1600 to report parking violations such as vehicles parked in bike lanes and commercial trucks parked overnight on city streets.

  • In addition to using 311/, you can call the Abandoned Vehicle Hotline at 720-865-0471 to report cars, trucks, RVs, and campers that have not moved in more than 72 hours.

  • Stay clear of downed lines and report them immediately to Xcel Energy at 1-800-895-1999 or call 911.

  • Call animal protection for in-progress issues (that are not 911 emergencies) at 720-913-2080.

  • For information regarding Denver’s new expanded waste collection program starting in 2023 visit the Expanded Waste Services webpage. For questions, please email

Denver Officials


Lets Work Together

Whenever issues are collectively considered a priority for University Hills community members, UHNA can cooperate with community members to work towards solutions and help ensure our collective message is appropriately heard. Please always feel welcome to contact us at

Recent letters to to public officials and entities in support of University Hills community sentiment:

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