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Senior Center Closed April 28-May 11

The Senior Center will be temporarily closed due to construction. The facility is undergoing a major expansion project that will include increased fitness, health, wellness and social amenities.

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CSU Stadium Design Team To Host Listening Session

The project manager and architect for the proposed CSU on-campus stadium will host a public listening session at 6 p.m. on Monday, April 28 at the Lincoln Center, 417 W Magnolia St.

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City to Host Q&A Session on Mall, Apr. 28

Residents are invited to join the City for an opportunity to hear more about the proposed amendments to the mall agreement that would allow the developer to meet leasing agreements over time.

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Wood Mulch Available, April 26

The Forestry Department will provide wood mulch to the public Saturday, April 26. Public can purchase the wood mulch for $5 per load.

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Community Listening Sessions

Fort Collins Mayor Pro Tem Gerry Horak will host an informal Community Listening Session on Apr. 25 at Cups Coffee. The entire community is invited to attend.

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Water Distribution System Flushing

Fort Collins Utilities continues to flush the water distribution system from Taft Hill Road east to College Avenue. Flushing maintains water quality and freshness.

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No Impact Week, Apr. 20-27

Sign up for a one-week "carbon cleanse" that allows participants to experience the difference lowering their impact can have on their quality of life, their community and the planet.

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Vote on the Time Capsule Items!

FCMoD and the City are creating a "living time capsule" that represents what makes Fort Collins an exceptional place to live in 2014. Cast your vote on which items should be put in the time capsule!

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Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation

Fort Collins was 2nd last year in The National Challenge for Water Conservation. Sign the pledge to reduce our water consumption now through April 30 and help us win the title as most water-wise city!