Saturday, May 25, 2019

Longmont Observer News

We just wanted to take a few minutes to update you on our latest news.

Breaking: All Denver Metro Schools Closed April 17 Due to Credible Threat

A credible threat of violence has resulted in all Denver-metro area school districts closing. This includes the Saint Vrain Valley School District. There are no afternoon activities and no athletic competitions.

Longmont City Council Legislative Dinner and Joint Meeting

On January 26, the Longmont City Council will attend a Legislative Dinner and Joint Meeting with Senator Foote, Representative Singer and Representative Lewis. 

Morning Brief: This Week in Longmont Jan. 21-26

This Week in Longmont Jan. 21-26 is a list of events that the City of Longmont would like residents to be informed of.

Morning Brief: Boulder County seeking public input to increase resiliency in waterways and roads

Boulder County Transportation is currently working on a Floodplain Management and Transportation System Resiliency Study and Action Plan (RSAP) to learn from the county’s experiences recovering from the 2013 Flood, and to examine what can be done to better prepare waterways and transportation systems for future natural or economic disasters.

Morning Brief: Boulder County now accepting nominations for the 2019 Land Conservation Awards

The Boulder County Parks & Open Space Department is accepting nominations for the annual Land Conservation Awards until Thursday, Jan. 31.

Morning Brief: You Too Can Learn the History of #metoo

One by one, they fell. Dozens of powerful men dethroned amidst a wave of sexual misconduct allegations across the country and a cross-section of industries: admired celebrities, captains of industry, elected officials, and respected journalists all exposed and shamed by women of all ages, races, and political persuasions.

Morning Brief: Boulder County Sheriff’s Office seeking volunteer victim impact facilitators

The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office is currently recruiting volunteer Victim Impact Facilitators who want to make a difference and believe that people can change.

Morning Brief: Assessor’s Office to move back downtown on Monday, Jan. 14

The Boulder County Assessor’s Office will return to its space in the Historic Downtown Courthouse at 1325 Pearl Street in Boulder effective Monday, Jan. 14.

Morning Brief: Longmont Bike Lane Trial Project Update

In June 2018, the City of Longmont began a new bike lane trial project. The trial will run for a full year before all the data will be collected. 
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