Citizens interested in traffic in Fort Collins have the opportunity to learn about the City's traffic system, ask questions and speak one-on-one with City of Fort Collins Traffic Engineers on May 9.
Council will discuss appropriation of bond proceeds related to the Broadband Project. Work session items include Historic Preservation and Compatibility/Character code changes and more.
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.
What is the City's role in affordable housing? Help the City with feedback at a series of public open houses hosted by the Social Sustainability department in April.