With the Delta variant surging, Denver has issued new public health orders requiring pre-K through 12th-grade students to wear masks at school and requiring city employees and some private-sector workers in high-risk settings to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Public trust is a critical dynamic of a world-class city. From day one of my administration, I made a firm commitment to making city government more open, accountable and accessible to the residents of our great city. Transparent Denver is the realization of that commitment.
Contained in this site you will find two critical elements:
These two elements sit at the heart of the work we do day-in and day-out and significantly contribute to our ongoing commitment to meeting people where they are.
See detailed information about city expenditures broken down by payees, department, and more.
See our full city budget and budget-in-brief as well as our 6-year plan.
The City and County of Denver uses a competitive selection process to negotiate contracts with vendors for goods and services. Search city contracts through the Office of the Clerk and Recorder.
See a variety of Denver's financial reports including our comprehensive annual financial reports, city budget reports, community report, and single audit reports.
The city invests its cash with the principles of safety, liquidity, and yield; and oversees and monitors the debt and financing issuance and administration processes for city obligations including its enterprises, such as Denver International Airport, and debt for special districts and economic-related activities.
See Denver revenue coming in from various sources including sales and use tax, property tax, lodgers tax, occupational privilege tax, and other taxes.
Access tax descriptions and forms and pay your business taxes online.
Find property information including property tax assessment search, city properties for sale, and other property tax information.