The City of Fort Collins and CSU have spent many months preparing and have developed the Game Day operations to help both attendees and non-attendees navigate this new community experience.
Several neighborhoods near the university have instituted the Game Day Residential Parking Permit Program. Enforcement will be in effect during all 6 football games and the FORTitude 10K race.
Council discussed medical marijuana businesses, a moratorium on cell towers on City property, raw water requirements, Campus West Connections, Residential Parking Permit Program, & Smoking Ordinance.
Councilmember Bob Overbeck will hold an informal community meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 29 1:30-2:30pm at Little Bird Cafe. Residents are invited to share their views on the issues facing Fort Collins.
Join City economic health staff and mall administrators for a glimpse inside the project at a public forum from 5-7 p.m. August 30 inside the mall's center court by the fireplace.
In this Episode, Slow your Roll, Tour de Fat, and find your Selfie!
The City of Fort Collins has awarded five Innovate Fort Collins Challenge grants worth about $265,000 to help the community reduce its carbon footprint by 2020 and beyond.
Citizens will have an opportunity in November to weigh in on the City's role in providing broadband services. Learn more about the Broadband initiative here.