# Denver migrants
Denver and Colorado Take Action to Support Migrants: City Council to Discuss Extension of Emergency Declaration
On Monday afternoon, February 27, Denver City Council will discuss whether to extend the Emergency declaration that Mayor Michael Hancock started on December 15, 2022, as migrants arrived in the City. If declared, the extension will run until March 27.
Denver Welcomes Migrants as Organizations Provide Support for Settling In
As the number of migrants crossing the border has slowed down a little, some are still making their way to Denver. President Joe Biden announced a new immigration policy that limits the number of migrants to legally cross the border.
Denver is Struggling to Support Migrants, and This is How You Can Help
The number of migrants arriving from Texas to Denver has slowed down recently. As the City manages the current migrants in shelters, they still need more necessary items. “The Emergency Operations Center recently transitioned to a new record-keeping system for managing the arrival of migrants at shelters. This transition from manual spreadsheets to automated forms has resulted in the removal of duplicate records.”
Denver Spent $500K to Bus Migrants Out of State
On Sunday, January 15, Denver received 42 migrants who arrived overnight. Though the number of migrants arriving is slowing down, the city has bussed migrants to other cities. This helps offset the number of migrants in the city.
Denver Adds 73 Migrants This Week While Announcing New Plans For Migrants
Governor Jared Polis recently adjusted his plan to send migrants to sanctuary cities. New York Mayor Eric Adams and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot complained as their own cities were overwhelmed by migrants bussed from Texas.
White House Told Mayor Adams No to His Billion Dollar Request - He was Not Their Priority
With New York City supporting migrants who were bused from a Republican state, a Democratic state, and migrants who made their way to the city, Mayor Eric Adams is struggling. He recently announced he needed $1 billion to help the migrants.
Democratic Governor Angers Two Mayors Over Migrants
Colorado Governor Jared Polis began sending migrants to New York City and Chicago. The migrants initially came from Texas after crossing the Texas-Mexican border. This caused the city of Denver to get overwhelmed and Mayor Michael Hancock declared a State of Emergency in December.
Colorado Found a Solution to its Migrant Problem - These Cities Aren't Going to Like it
Denver, Colorado has received over 3,500 migrants and the city is overwhelmed by the influx of new arrivals. The migrants arrived with little money, support, and have to get integrated into a new country to fit in.
Mayor Hancock Asks For Help to Support Migrants
Mayor Michael Hancock and a migrant shelterPhoto byTwitter. Last month in December, Denver crossed 3,000 migrants the city has supported. This led Mayor Michael Hancock to declare a State of Emergency.
Denver is on Track to Spend $3 Million Supporting Migrants this Year
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock talking about the migrant crisisPhoto byTwitter and YouTube. On Thursday, December 29, Denver welcome migrants as they arrived on a bus from Texas. According to the city, 130 migrants arrived for a total of 2,761 migrants the city has provided support.
Denver Welcomed 168 Migrants and Here are the Current Solutions
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock talks about migrants who arrived from TexasPhoto byYouTube. As the migrant crisis continues in Texas, buses of migrants made their way to Denver. The city has become a follow-on destination for the migrants who made their way to the United States from their country.
Denver Welcomed 175 Migrants This Week - More May Be On the Way
On Monday, December 19, 175 migrants arrived in Denver as Texas is seeing thousands of migrants crossing the Texas-Mexican border. The city is being proactive and trying to temporarily house the migrants as cold temperatures will drop over the next two days.
Denver Received 76 Migrants After the City Declared an Emergency Declaration
Denver Mayor Hancock talks about migrantsPhoto byTwitter. After receiving a surprise arrival of migrants this week, Denver received 76 more on Friday. On Thursday, Mayor Michael Hancock made an emergency declaration for the city to help with the strain the migrants are causing.
Denver Mayor Says City is Strained After Spending $800,000 Supporting Migrants
Denver Mayor Hancock requests support for the migrantsPhoto byTwitter. The city of Denver has opened a third migrant shelter as the number of new arrivals has increased. The mayor also issued an emergency declaration since the city is strained by the arrival of new migrants that arrived on Monday.
Denver Welcomed Dozens of Migrants Who Arrived Overnight
Volunteers of America were serving migrants this morning. On December 6, a bus of migrants arrived unexpectedly in Denver, Colorado and no one precisely knows where they came from - Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, or somewhere else.