As part of the City's mission to provide exceptional service for an exceptional community, we are proud to present our new and improved website. With smartphone traffic to the website rising considerably over the last few years, the site was completely redesigned to put the mobile experience first to help you get where you need to go.
URA Board will discuss appropriating reserves to reimburse Capstone Project obligations. The work session will follow with discussions on I-25/392 IGA amendments, PFA Performance and Light & Power.
The Recreator is a community resource that includes City Recreation facilities, programs and activities. Summer registration for Recreation activities starts at 7 a.m. on Thursday, May 12.
Councilmember Bob Overbeck will host an informal community meeting, which will include a special presentation provided by City staff on Safety in the Neighborhood from 6-7:30pm on May 12.
Council discussed the bicycle parking facility at the Downtown Transit Center; the Sharp Point/Nancy Gray Connection Project; amending the City's District-Precinct Map; & dust prevention & control.
In this episode of CityView, you'll get to go fly a kite, visit farm animals, and more!
The City of Fort Collins works closely with its partners to reduce homelessness in the community, but is not a direct service provider. Read a fact sheet about the City's role.
Bring your household paints, pesticides, cleaning & automotive products, batteries, and other items on Sat., May 14, 9am-3pm to the City Streets Facility, 625 N Ninth St.
Access Fort Collins is an easy way to send your questions, comments and service requests directly to the City staff person who can help you.