Meat loaf, fried chicken and lasagna. For some it brings up nostalgic thoughts of family and friends, and for others it’s the culinary equivalent of a warm sweater or a favorite blanket. Comfort food fills our belly and warms our soul. South Suburban has introduced a weekday “Early Bird” menu at two of its public restaurants, designed for the early diner who craves comfort food at a reasonable price.
South Suburban is celebrating; though residents are the real winners. With the passage of Ballot Issue 4C, South Suburban can move forward with district-wide improvements.
Help those in need before the snow flies. Drop off gently worn or new coats at South Suburban facilities throughout November as part of our third annual winter coat drive.
The Government Finance Officers Association has recognized South Suburban's Finance Department for excellence in financial reporting and budget presentation.
Director of Recreation and Community Services, JoAnn Gould, has been named 2014 Manager of the Year by the Special District Association of Colorado.
Fear can be well-founded. Of course, you should be aware of poisonous creatures and toxic plants when exploring. But, fear doesn't have to stop you in your tracks.
Homeowners and businesses in south metro Denver may be wondering if their ash trees are vulnerable to the Emerald Ash Borer. The short answer is, possibly.
Based on the recommendations of a recent Citizens Committee, the South Suburban’s Board is considering a mail ballot election for a property tax increase.
Nearby residents of Walnut Hills Elementary School will soon enjoy a remodeled tennis complex, thanks to South Suburban and the City of Centennial.
South Suburban's Douglas H. Buck, Goodson and Lone Tree Recreation Centers are featuring temporary art exhibitions by local artists during the month of September.