Neighborhood Night Out is an opportunity to celebrate one of the many things that makes Fort Collins such a great place to live - your neighbors and community members!
Neighborhoods across Fort Collins host block parties, cookouts, field events, pool parties, musical groups, kid-friendly activities, bike parades, and more!
For more information, including registration and how to apply for up to $500 in grant funding to help pay for your neighborhood event, visit: fcgov.com/neighborhoodnightout
How would a City-funded project help make your neighborhood an even greater place to live and work?
New in 2017, the Vibrant Neighborhoods Grant is a progressive and innovative program which offers funds in support of neighborhood projects that are envisioned, developed, and driven by the residents and local stakeholders through a collaborative process.
For more information, visit www.fcgov.com/vng.
2017 Neighborhood Grants information is now available. The program is intended to help foster positive relationships and a sense of community pride through engagement and inclusion of neighbors. Grants are offered in amounts ranging from $25 - $500 to support neighborhood events such as block parties, potlucks, BBQs, community cleanups, beautification projects, and other events that bring neighbors together. Find more information online at http://www.fcgov.com/neighborhoodservices/grants.php.
If you've received a letter or seen a yellow sign about a neighborhood meeting or a hearing for a development proposal in your neighborhood and have questions, we can help. There are several online resources to learn more about neighborhood meetings, other upcoming events, and how you can participate in development review. If you have questions, please contact our office and request to speak with the Neighborhood Development Review Liaison.
Several animal control ordinances were changed to civil infractions from criminal misdemeanors. These code changes lessen the severity of the penalty to more accurately fit the “crime.” With the new codes, people in violation will get a civil citation with an immediate fine versus a possible criminal record, fines, and jail time. These changes also make enforcement quicker and easier with the goal of gaining compliance and relief from problems as quickly as possible. Common violations include: animal at large (off-leash), animal disturbance (barking dog), animal waste removal/pick-up, and any animal license/rabies vaccination violations. For more info, please visit the Larimer Humane Society.
Intended to be a summary of state statutes and local ordinances, this handy guide will help inform Fort Collins landlords and tenants about many of the rights and responsibilities they each have in a legally binding contract. Information contained in this handbook does not constitute legal advice and is current as of August 2010. Visit fcgov.com/Landlords.
Visit fcgov.com/occupancy to learn more about our occupancy limit and how it is enforced. Here you can also find disclosure statements and occupancy investigaton forms.