<== Site Review (2005-09-21) ==>
DMOZ, the Open Directory Project, is the world's largest open directory. The directory is crawled regularly by the major search engine. The directory is selective. They will reject sites that are underconstruction or sites which are nothing but ads.
The site is generally good about listing web sites for local business in the area that they do business. To add a site, you need to navigate to the most relevant category in the diretory and press the submit URL button. Do not add your site to more than one directory. If the editors of the directory feel your page belongs in a different category, they will move it. It can take several weeks for a site to be listed. The Denver editors seem to be a bit pickier than other towns.
Like all directories, DMOZ hates being spammed.
DMOZ generally allows only one listing per site. They do make an exception for local content sites. The editors often allow the site to be listed in both the local directory and in the categorized directory. For example, if you owned a web site about skiing near Denver, you could might try adding the site to the Recreation and Sports section under Denver, and in the main skiing directory.
The Denver category of DMOZ lists web sites from the Denver Metropolitan area.