We believe an equitable city is where all people have the opportunity to prosper and thrive.
Members and the governing body of All In Denver are comprised of a wide range of Denver citizens representing a diversity of backgrounds and beliefs—many of whom have never been involved in civic affairs—but yet all of whom share a common concern: that Denver’s current and future growth must be managed in ways that benefit everyone in every community. Together, with our members and affiliated organizations, we have three roles:
Identify, research and advance the best of ideas that promote equitable city policies and investments.
Educate and inform residents, the electorate, and our leaders about how to better manage city growth with actions that are even-handed and positively affect the most people.
Seek out, launch, and/or support innovative and courageous leaders that will advance the "greater good" in Denver.
unheard voices and build grassroots public will.
business leaders and public officials to think and act in ways that embrace the challenge to pro-actively confront and manage our city’s growth issues.
civic dialogue, our leaders’ actions, and the ever-changing trends and issues affecting the City and County of Denver.
Re-evaluation of policies that unfairly impact Denver’s historically marginalized communities and people .
with others who share our values and seek similar equitable, inclusive, and sensible long-term solutions.
the community, voters, and our leaders with objective, yet compelling and reliable information.
everyone engaged in Denver’s ongoing growth debate to be transparent and truthful.
the investigation of new, bold propositions and concepts that offer far-reaching, yet balanced, unbiased, and fiscally responsible results.
Accessible housing opportunities
Preserving and creating more affordable housing ranging from very low income units to work force housing to homeownership opportunities, which provide options for a wide population continuum including long-existing Denver residents, homeless, seniors, service industry workers, young professionals, and families.
Broad-based cultural and artistic expression
Acknowledging, respecting, preserving, and enhancing cultural diversity within our neighborhoods, and supporting a diverse creative sector that benefits both our economy and a wide variety of populations.
Smart land use decisions
Supporting urban design and city planning solutions that manage Denver’s growth in considerate and pragmatic ways that promote accessible, inclusive, diverse, and aesthetically desirable communities.
Increasing mobility options beyond the conventional automobile, including making it easier to walk, bike, wheelchair roll, and use affordable transit options to reach destinations.
Education and workforce training
Focusing greater attention and dedicating more resources to educate our city’s youth, and enhancing the job viability of our workforce in an ever-changing labor environment.
Health and wellness
Encouraging healthy lifestyles and advocating for easy access to quality healthcare for all the city’s population.
Targeting more public investment in historically low- and moderate-income neighborhoods, and funding city amenities that benefit ALL Residents.