Community Resources

West Colfax Stakeholder Database

The West Colfax Stakeholder Database was created by the WeCAN organization with the help of a grant from Denver’s Office of Climate Action, Sustainability & Resiliency (CASR) to help WeCAN connect stakeholders (neighbors, non-profits, city agencies, schools, businesses and other agencies) with information, resources, and one another in the West Colfax neighborhood. 

This Database is continually being updated. Please send any additions or edits to the Database to [email protected] so we can make those updates.

Denver Police Department (DPD)

Police Non-Emergency: 720-913-2000

District 1 Station: 1311 W. 46th Ave., Denver CO 80211

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 720-913-0400

District 1 Brochure

DPD District 1 Citizen’s Advisory Group (CAG)

The District 1 Citizen’s Advisory Group (CAG) meeting is designed for the Northwest community. Hear about the statistics for the entire district and ask the Commander your specific questions. It’s a great opportunity to meet your local Denver Police officers, while staying informed.

Link to CAG Presentations

Denver Crime Map

Denver Police Safe Place Program Link

DPD District 1 Community Resource Officers (CROs)

The West Colfax Community Resource Officers (CRO), Technicians Kaylan Campbell and Amanda Grodman, provide assistance on issues such as neighbor disputes, public nuisances, zoning issues, fraud and crime prevention, and other neighborhood concerns.

Our CROs attend all of WeCAN’s General Meetings and provide training on issues such as neighborhood watch, commercial and home security, gang awareness, crime prevention, and much more. 

Please reach out to our CROs if any of the above issues arise.

Technician Kaylan Campbell


[email protected]

Technician Amanda Grodman

[email protected]

Denver Recycle, Compost & Trash

Denver’s Online Services Hub

Reports to 311 or the Online Service Hub lets the city know where to send resources. The more reports of an incident received means resources can be allocated in the areas that need them the most.

Call 311 or submit a report at

What issues can be reported?

  • Graffiti
  • Pothole
  • Animal Complaint
  • Weeds & Vegetation
  • Trash/Recycle/Compost (Issue)
  • Neighborhood Issue
  • Snow on Sidewalk
  • Abandoned Vehicle
  • Illegal Parking
  • Damaged/Fallen Tree
  • Police: Non-emergency
  • Encampment Reporting
  • Fireworks
  • Illegal Dumping
  • Shared Micromobility
  • No Heat No Water No Electricity

West Colfax Elected Representatives

Denver City Council District 3 Councilwoman Jamie Torres – 720-337-3333 – [email protected]

Colorado House District 4 Representative Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez – 303-866-2954 – [email protected]

Colorado Senate District 34 Senator Julie Gonzales – 303-866-4862 – [email protected]

Parks, Playgrounds, Green Spaces and Rec Centers

Paco Sánchez Park, Playground, Basketball Courts, Skate Park, Green Space: 1290 Knox Ct., 3240 W 14th Ave., Denver, CO 80204

Sloan’s Lake Park: 1700 N. Sheridan Blvd. Denver CO, 80212. Denver’s 2nd largest park, with jogging paths & grassy spots around a boating-friendly lake.

Sloan’s Lake South Playground: 4301-4379 W. 17th Ave, Denver, CO 80212

Nettie Moore Playground: 4501 W. Wells Pl., Denver, CO 80204

Lakewood/Dry Gulch Park: 1100 Perry St., Denver CO 80204 (Sheridan Blvd. to the South Platte River). A paved trail runs through this community green space with a playground & disc-golf course.

Rude Recreation Center (Denver Parks and Rec): 2855 W. Holden Pl, Denver, CO 80204. 720-865-0570

West Colfax Community Urban Garden (Denver Urban Gardens): Vrain St. & W. Wells Pl., Denver, CO 80204. [email protected]

Denver Public Library

Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzalez Branch Library – 1498 Irving St, Denver, CO 80204 – 720-865-2370

Denver Public Schools

Colfax Elementary – 1526 Tennyson St., Denver, CO 80204 – 720-424-8740. Early Childhood Education (ECE) full day 3 & 4 year old through 5th grade.

Cheltenham Elementary – 1580 Julian St. Denver, CO 80204 – 720-424-8810. Early Childhood Education (ECE) full day 4 year old through 5th grade.

Lake Middle School – 1820 Lowell Blvd. Denver, CO 80204 – 720-424-0260. 6th – 8th grade.

North High School – 2960 Speer Blvd, Denver, CO 80211 – 720-423-2700 – 9th – 12th grade.

Private & Independent Schools

Beth Jacob High School – 5100 W. 14th Ave. Denver, CO 80204 – 303-893-1333. Jewish women’s high school, 9th – 12th grade.

Yeshiva Toras Chaim – 1555 Stuart St. Denver, CO 80204 -303-629-8200. Jewish men’s high school, 9th – 12th grade.

Sunshine Academy Preschool and Daycare Center – 1398 Lowell Blvd. Denver, CO 80204 – 303-534-4168.

Heartland Academy Denver: An Acton Affiliate – 3418 W 14th Ave. Denver, CO 80204 – 720-771-9489.

RTD – Regional Transportation District

RTD provides Bus, Light Rail, and Commuter Rail services in the Denver metro area.

The RTD W Line Light Rail has West Colfax stations in the Lakewood Gulch at Knox, Perry, and Sheridan streets. Connections to other Light Rail lines can be made at Auraria West Station.  Connections to Commuter Rail at Union Station.

Bus Routes 1, 16, 16L, 20, 30, 30L, 31, 36L, and 51 provide service to West Colfax.

United States Postal Service (USPS)

USPS Branch closest to the West Colfax neighborhood: 1990 Depew St., Lakewood, CO 80214

USPS Blue Collection Box Locations in West Colfax:

  • 4200 W. Conejeos Pl.
  • 4100 W. Colfax Ave.

Nearby Registered Neighborhood Organizations (RNO)

Federal Boulevard Partnership

Jefferson Park United Neighbors

Sloans Lake Citizen’s Group

Sun Valley Community Coalition

Villa Park Neighborhood Association

West Colfax Business Improvement District