Have you ever wondered what Council's emails look like? Now it's easier than ever to see with the new Email Transparency Project.
The City of Fort Collins offers a rebate to qualified residents for sales tax paid on food during the last year. The program helps low-income people living within city limits.
The fall edition will showcase items for September, October and November 2014. Registration can be completed online, in person at various locations, or by phone.
The Fort Collins community is eager to try the new MAX rapid transit service this summer - so much in fact that bus seats and the four bike spaces on each bus are regularly full. Weigh in at Idea Lab.
The August 5 Regular Council Meeting has been cancelled to allow Councilmembers to attend Neighborhood Night Out activities.
Thunderbird west of College is closed for two weeks as Xcel runs gas line testing. Concrete restoration begins August 4 for Timberline, Drake, Matthews and Thunderbird east of College.
Mosquitoes in southeast Fort Collins have tested positive for West Nile virus. Make sure to protect yourself and loved ones with the four Ds: Drain, Dress, DEET, Dusk and dawn.
The Fort Collins Enviro Portal is a place for info about the City's environmental programs and services. Visit to find materials and links about City programs and environmental projects for your home.
Neighborhood Night Out is an annual, nationwide event encouraging community building and safety.
The Gardens on Spring Creek, the Lincoln Center and Beet Street present ARTiculture, celebrating Colorado art at the Gardens on Spring Creek, 2145 Centre Avenue.
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