The Denver City Council this week unanimously approved a new 15% cap on the fees that third-party delivery companies may charge restaurants. In the Mile-High City, delivery fees during the coronavirus pandemic have reached as high as 30% at times, but at least until February 9, 2021, when the new ordinance is scheduled to sunset, those fees are capped at 15%. With the new ordinance, Denver joins other cities, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York and Washington DC as well as Philadelphia, Seattle, Oakland, Portland OR and Las Vegas with the government cap on private business fees. Furthermore, the law prohibits the third-party firms from listing a restaurant on their apps (advertising) without the expressed approval of the restaurant. Advertising fees, for which some third-party delivery companies also charge separately to restaurants for including their menus, are not affected by the ordinance.