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HOA education offered May 31st

 

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A free HOA education session is scheduled for Friday, May 31st from 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. This session will focus on neighborhood conflict resolution, City code enforcement, and local ordinances related to HOA covenants.

Details on this session and the link to register are here.

Register for the class


Round 2 Mini Grant applications due June 1st

 

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The deadline to apply for the second round of mini grants is June 1st! This funding can be used for projects and events between July 5 - December 13.

New this year: All mini grant activities and events must include a sustainability goal. We can share lots of ideas with you on how to do this. Make the most of getting together with neighbors and consider a pledge to reduce vehicle idling, or collecting a can of food for the Food Bank, or exchanging garden produce while celebrating summertime in your community.

Read more about our mini grant program. We've received lots of feedback that it would be nice to have mini grant funding for fall and holiday activities and events. The time to apply for funding is now!

Complete a grant application


Neighborhood Night Out Mini Grant applications are due July 1st

 

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The deadline to apply for the final round of mini grants – focused on Neighborhood Night Out (NNO) activities and events – is July 1st! National Neighborhood Night Out is Tuesday, August 6th. To accommodate the popularity of NNO in our City, grant funding may be used for activities and events between August 6-11.

As with all grant rounds this year, funded NNO activities and events must include a sustainability goal. Learn more.

More information on NNO will be coming soon! Remember, the grant application and the registration for NNO are two different things. The grant application is for funding to support your activities/projects/events. The registration includes requesting a special visit from firefighters, police officers, and other City staff.

Complete a grant application


New! Block Party Trailer in your neighborhood

 

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New in 2019! A block party trailer will be available to reserve for your community event. The trailer includes street blockades, an inflatable movie screen and projector, tables, yard games, and more. This "party in a box" is free to reserve for City residents.

The Block Party Trailer will be available for reservations later this month through a new, streamlined Block Party Registration and Permit Application with the Special Events Department. Please keep checking our website for updates.

Read the Coloradoan article about our Block Party Trailer.


New! Lemonade Stand community engagement

 

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Neighborhood Services staff, including our Code Compliance team, will be visiting neighborhoods and community spaces with an artisan-crafted lemonade stand. Join us for a refreshing drink, ask a question, and meet the staff who work to promote healthy and happy neighborhoods.

The Lemonade Stand will be touring Fort Collins this spring and summer. If your neighborhood would like to be a stop on the tour, please contact Neighborhood Services at 970-224-6046 or TlNQcm9ncmFtc0BmY2dvdi5jb20=.

Read the Coloradoan article about our Lemonade Stand.


Moving in or out? Start or stop your utility service

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Moving Just Got Easier. Start and stop your utility services online.

Complete an online service request at fcgov.com/start-stop-utilities.

Start or stop utility service as early as the next business day.