Discussion topics include Road to 2020 update, residential electric time of use pilot study and City foundation creation.
The City is offering an eight-week program that will give residents a behind-the-scenes look at running a city. Classes occur Wednesday evenings, 6-9 p.m., March 22-May 10. Applications due by Feb. 28
Council discussed the Old Town Neighborhoods Plan; the Northern Integrated Supply Project (NISP); procedures for board member conflict of interest; & Ethics Review Board's recommendation.
Councilmember Ross Cunniff will host an informal community meeting on Sat., Feb. 25. All residents are invited to attend to share their views about the future of Fort Collins.
In this episode, butterflies are coming to the Gardens, you can learn wilderness survival skills, and more!
The Art in Public Places Program is seeking designs from local artists aged from 3-18 years old. Drawings will be sandblasted and incorporated into the City's sidewalks. Deadline is March 1, 2017.
The City is considering whether to address individuals/groups sitting and lying in the Downtown area. Please take a questionnaire that is gauging support or non-support of proposed regulatory options.
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