Based on high levels of infected Culex mosquitoes trapped last week, the City of Fort Collins and the Larimer County Health Department hope to decrease the risk of human West Nile virus (WNV) infection by spraying for mosquitoes on the northeast part of Fort Collins and adjacent Larimer County this Wednesday August 31.
Debido a los altos niveles de mosquitos Culex atrapados la semana pasada, la Ciudad de Fort Collins y el Departamento de Salud del Condado Larimer esperan bajar el riesgo de infección humana con el Virus del Nilo Occidental (WNV, siglas en inglès) al fumigar los mosquitos en la parte noreste de la ciudad de Fort Collins y el Condado adyacente de Larimer. Para información adicional en español y un mapa, visite http://www.fcgov.com/westnile/spanish
Stop N Chat with Councilmember Ray Martinez on Thursday, Sept. 8 from 5-6:30pm at the Foothills Activity Center, 241 E. Foothills Parkway (in the mall).
Council discussed submitting a question to the November ballot on the "Keep Fort Collins Great" tax; entertainment districts; Road to 2020 Forging Our Efficient Future; & managing traffic congestion.
Registration is now open for the Business Appreciation Breakfast, which will feature Ryan Wood, co-founder of the Under Armour apparel company, Mayor Wade Troxell and City Manager Darin Atteberry.
Watch out for costumed cyclists this weekend! Tour de Fat is this Saturday at Civic Center and Washington parks. Live music, increased traffic and road closures can be expected Downtown.
FC Moves is conducting our annual bicyclist and pedestrian counts throughout our community and are looking for volunteers. Help us understand and promote cycling and walking in Fort Collins!
On this episode, it's your dog's turn for a dip in the pool, you can get a safe ride home form downtown, and you are watching a new channel - right now!
Bring your household paints, pesticides, cleaning & automotive products, batteries, and other items on Saturday, September 10, 9am-3pm to the City Streets Facility, 625 N Ninth St.
The City and CSU have a long history of collaboration on many fronts. From internship and volunteer opportunities to state of the art research, CSU and the City are intricately intertwined.