Learn more about the future of Fort Collins at this year's State of the City, where the Mayor and City Manager will explore innovation, co-creation and how the City serves as a platform for both.
Council discussed the Mayors Open Letter to President-Elect Trump on Climate Action and the possible conveyance of a portion of Running Deer Natural Area to Hageman Earth Cycle.
The Recreator is here! Registration for programs begins Thursday, Feb. 2.
Attend an informational open house at CSU's Avenir Museum at the University Center for the Arts on Wednesday at 6 p.m. to talk learn about College and Prospect intersection improvements.
Councilmember Bob Overbeck will hold an informal community meeting on Thursday, Jan. 19 at 10:30am at Old Town Library. Residents are invited to share their views on the issues facing Fort Collins.
In this episode, you can volunteer in our natural areas, keep your home healthy, and learn about construction coming to a major intersection!
Attached is information about homeless shelters and services in Fort Collins. The Emergency Weather Shelter Plan is currently not activated. Check here for updates.
Sign up to receive free services and products to improve your home's efficiency through Utilities' partnership with the Larimer County Conservation Corps.