Three rebate programs are offered to qualified residents. The program runs from Aug. 3 - Oct. 31 and is designed to assist low income individuals, families, disabled individuals, and seniors.
Council discussed the City's comments to Larimer County regarding the 1041 Permit for NISP; a Manufactured Housing Zone District; & extending a moratorium on redevelopment of mobile home parks.
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The City is working to create the 2021 Budget, which funds the programs and services provided to the community. Learn more about opportunities to weigh in on funding priorities.
It's what's on the inside (clean water) that counts. Harmful algae blooms are in local waters and can be toxic. Remember: Bring your own clean water for you and your dog when recreating!
Beat the Buzz! When you hear the buzzing of mosquitoes this summer, just remember the Four D's: Drain, Dress, DEET, Dusk through dawn.
In addition to emergency notifications, you can now sign up to receive updates about important events, outages and closures via text message.
Face coverings are now required for customers and employees in most enclosed buildings open to the public.