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Come work with Mile High Connects! We are hiring a Grants Manager and Program Officer. These roles will collaborate with the Executive Director and senior leadership to execute the collaborative’s strategic direction and programs. Mile High Connects (MHC) is a broad collaborative of private, public, nonprofit organizations, and community leaders committed to ensuring that all residents […]


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In solidarity with our Asian-American and Pacific Islander Community

As a collaborative committed to a racially equitable and resilient Denver region, we stand with the Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) community as we collectively grieve the horrific acts of violence in Georgia. While it may be difficult for some to believe the horrors of Tuesday following this summer’s racial awakening, people of color […]


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We’re Hiring

The Mile High Connects is hiring a Grants Manager and Program Officer. These roles will collaborate with the Executive Director and senior leadership to execute the collaborative’s strategic direction and programs. Mile High Connects (MHC) is a broad collaborative of private, public, nonprofit organizations, and community leaders committed to ensuring that all residents of the Metro […]


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Unpacking the 2050 Metro Vision Regional Transportation Plan

Mile High Connects, in partnership with Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG), hosted a panel discussion with regional leaders from the transit and environmental space to discuss the state of our region. Panelists included: Christian Steward with Denver’s Office of Transportation & Infrastructure – Learn more about DOTI’s programs, priorities and services. Dr. Janiece Mackey […]


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Advocates and Leaders Discuss Transit’s Role in Economic Recovery

Mile High Connects and Denver Streets Partnership hosted Transit is the Future: Denver Transit Justice Forum, a panel discussion with elected officials and area leaders on the importance of public transit as a critical piece in reconstructing a more equitable, resilient, and sustainable economy. Framing the conversation, Downtown Denver Partnership President and CEO Tami Door […]


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Making Change With Community

Mile High Connects’ executive director joined Power Station with Anne Pasmanick, a national podcast, to highlight the work of our Collaborative. From our early days promoting transit oriented development to our work advocating for an equitable COVID recovery, this interview is a thank you to the nonprofits and organizers leading our work and the important […]


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Connect to…Your Ballot

As the smoke from our state’s wildfires reaches the Denver metro region & with COVID-19 cases on the rise, understanding what’s on the ballot and how it impacts our ability to create and maintain safe, healthy homes is more critical than ever. That’s why Mile High Connects and Metro Denver Nature Alliance joined together to […]


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Bike Mobility Across Denver + Mexico City

Denver_portal: Ciclovías: Bike Mobility Across the AmericasJoin us for another episode of Denver_portal programming as we explore “Ciclovías”–urban bike lane infrastructure–and other mobility models from across the Americas. Learn how places like Mexico City are leading the way in pedestrian and bike lane expansion projects and how Denver leaders are getting creative to meet our […]


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The Acute Meets The Chronic: The Work of Our Collaborative in 2020

Our Program Update, July 2020: COVID-19 has acutely demonstrated that everyone needs to live in safe and healthy communities – communities that advance economic opportunity, prevent residential, commercial and cultural displacement, build on local assets, promote mobility and connectivity, and enable equitable access to planning, development, and decision-making. Our work now is to collaboratively navigate […]


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The Power of an Organized Community

Community has a central stake and role to play in its own wellbeing, from community participation in climate action to addressing socio-economic distress, and now, to mitigating the multi-dimensional consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. As communities tackle the challenges brought forth by the health crisis, there is much to be gained from unlocking the democratic […]


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