Council discussed Broadband appropriations, Historic Preservation, compatibility/character code updates, & changes to the transportation section of the Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance.
The summer Recreator is on shelves now. Find your more in summer camps, on a sports league or dancing the night away. Registration for summer programs opens May 10.
Mayor Pro Tem Gerry Horak invites all Fort Collins residents to an informal community meeting on Friday from 9:30-11 a.m. at Cups Coffee, 1033 S. Taft Hill Road.
We are now accepting applications for innovative projects that help achieve the community's aspirational Climate Action goals. Letters of intent are due May 18.
Budgeting for Outcomes was selected as a top 10 finalist for the Cities of Service Engaged Cities Award. Finalists were selected based on significant work with citizens and evidence of impact.
In this episode you can buy plants at the Gardens, pick up free wood mulch, learn about parking improvements, browse the Summer Recreator, get free stuff from Utilities, and give input about the City Budget.
The Downtown Development Authority will begin construction on the West Mountain Avenue Alley on April 16 causing a closure of the Mason Street Parking Lot. Construction will conclude in November.
Construction will begin April 16 to retrofit the Civic Center and Old Town parking structures with the same pre-pay technology used in the Firehouse Alley structure next to the Elizabeth Hotel.