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City council approves Englewood Neighborhood Map

After about five years of development, the Englewood Neighborhood Map, which names and sets the boundaries for 40 neighborhoods, was approved by Englewood City Council in a 6-0 vote during its June … more

Fort Lupton volunteers get admission price break at rec center

    The city’s committee volunteers won’t have to pay as much to use the Fort Lupton Recreation … more

Fort Lupton council approves computer replacement at wastewater plant

Fort Lupton City Council approved $36,000 in computer upgrades for the city’s wastewater treatment plant during a business meeting June … more

Fort Lupton council approves last of 4 marijuana licensees

Fort Lupton City Council, acting as the city’s marijuana local licensing authority, unanimously approved retail and medical marijuana licenses for Centaurus Farms earlier this month. The … more

Fort Lupton City Council eyes rec center expansion

Fort Lupton City Council approved two parts to a proposal to expand the city's recreation center during a regular meeting May 17. The first was an eight-member, ad hoc committee to design the … more

Fort Lupton council OKs pay rate changes for public works employees

       Fort Lupton City Council agreed May 3 to pay almost $17,000 for increasing on-call pay, adding pay differentials for credentials and money to cover the higher … more

Fort Lupton council approves summer watering restrictions

                Fort Lupton City Council unanimously authorized watering restrictions that begin June … more

Fort Lupton council suspends last marijuana license hearing

                Centaurus Farms, the last of the four potential marijuana business licensees in Fort Lupton, will have to … more

Future of affordable senior living complex in Littleton still uncertain as city seeks options

As the future of an age-restricted affordable housing complex in downtown Littleton continues to face uncertainty, city officials are saying it's business as usual, for now.  more

Fort Lupton employee retention turns to public works

The next city department for employee retention efforts is the public works department. Human Resources Director Laura Howe told Fort Lupton City Council about three plans to increase salaries … more

Cleaning up cemetery (language)

Councilwoman Valerie Blackston wants to tone down some of the words when it comes to cleaning up Hillside Cemetery each year. “Our verbiage doesn’t need to call out sightly and … more

Fort Lupton entertaining watering restrictions

The city of Fort Lupton is considering watering restrictions this summer. Public Works Director Roy Vestal made the announcement during a City Council study session April 26. Council did not … more

Fort Lupton council opens up the checkbook

Fort Lupton City Council approved contracts and other financial business during its business meeting April 19. Among them was $72,000 to buy more than two tons of zinc ortho phosphate for the … more

BHS students work to make their walk safer

Brighton High School and the City of Brighton celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony of a crosswalk improvement project at 8th Avenue and Skeel Street, unveiling the new flashing signals and a … more

Littleton council eyes string of priorities over next year

Littleton’s city council is staring down a full plate of priorities for the remainder of 2022 and into 2023, hoping to tackle a slew of initiatives on financial sustainability, arts and … more

Fort Lupton rec center upgrades are front and center  

Fort Lupton’s recreation department would love to see some upgrades to the city’s recreation center, some of which made their way to City Council during an April 12 town … more

Vestal outlines future wastewater needs for Fort Lupton

                The city of Fort Lupton is eyeing a projected population growth rate of 3 percent a year. City staff said it … more

City, state lawmakers in Arapahoe County talk housing crisis, ‘missing middle’

Large and expensive single-family houses are a defining feature of much of the south Denver metro area, but collectively, they can function as a barrier for the area’s younger demographic. more

Judge rules against developer in lawsuit against Littleton City Council

A developer that sought to overturn a decision by Littleton's city council to not pursue a rezoning plan for its mixed-use development lost its case after an Arapahoe County judge ruled in the council's favor.  more

Littleton residents call for halt on future developments

Several Littleton residents, during an April 5 city council meeting, called on city leaders to halt new developments and lambasted the city's land-use code, prompting the most direct and public defence of the code yet from city staff. more
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