The City's Emergency Weather Shelter Plan has been activated February 19 and 20 due to low overnight temperatures.
City Council will discuss Amending City Code Regarding the Land Bank Program.
The Mail Creek Stream Rehabilitation Neighborhood Meeting Revised has been rescheduled for March 1, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Werner Elementary.
In honor of Presidents Day, City offices will be closed on Monday, Feb. 19. Recreation Facilities, Transfort bus service and all libraries will remain open.
Community members now have two options for getting their homes assessed for indoor air pollutants through the City's Healthy Homes program: An online Do-It-Yourself (DIY) assessment or a free in-home visit.
City Council us seeking a resident representative for the Urban Renewal Authority (URA) Board. The ideal candidate will have knowledge in finance, land planning, architecture and/or development.
Construction near Horsetooth and Lemay will begin on Feb. 5. This project will take approximately two months and will permanently repair the area where a sinkhole developed late last year.
In November Fort Collins voters made their voices heard that they want high-speed next generation broadband, and City Council listened. Learn more about the next steps in building the network.