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‘Call to Action’ Archives

Why We Should Care What Kids Think

Why We Should Care What Kids Think

Many of Boulder’s teens think there are not enough nightlife activities for them in the city and many of Boulder’s children would like more community places to be with and see animals like dog parks and wildlife habitats. These are answers to [...]

Amsterdam: What can Boulder learn from you?

Amsterdam: What can Boulder learn from you?

Two experts from Amsterdam will share stories and pictures of transportation, mobility and urban planning in the Netherlands and elsewhere in Europe. Please join us for this free Brown Bag Luncheon presentation, Wednesday, November 10 from noon [...]

WATCH: Downtown Debate

WATCH: Downtown Debate

City Council will discuss the next steps for the downtown area south of Canyon Blvd. on Wednesday evening, November 3, 2010. Controversy and Consensus, a Channel 8 production hosted by Ralph Gregory, devoted a recent episode to downtown [...]

Tour d’Open Space

Tour d’Open Space

PLAN-Boulder will host the 13th Annual Tour d’Open Space (originally known as the Circumnavigation of Mountain Parks and Open Space).   Here are the details: When: Saturday, October 30th 8:30am start Where: Meet at the Dowdy Draw [...]

Tell Me Whyyyyyyyy

Tell Me Whyyyyyyyy

If you are intimidated by the prospect of addressing City Council in its chambers, at a microphone, several feet below the dais, with all of your remarks videotaped and broadcast, here's a chance to have a chat with at least some council and staff [...]

Public Hearing on Expanding Boulder’s Service Area

Public Hearing on Expanding Boulder’s Service Area

On Tuesday evening, October 12, following a study session, City Council will hold a public hearing on the process for expansion of Boulder's service area north of the current boundary.  Two applicants have come forward requesting expansion: a [...]

Boards and Commissions Openings

Boards and Commissions Openings

Here's your chance to participate in your city government.  The city has three openings on its boards and commissions: Beverages Licensing Authority Board of Zoning Adjustment Library Commission No one has applied for either BLA or BOZA [...]

2B Campaign Launch Party

2B Campaign Launch Party

Come to a fabulous party and support Boulder’s next step for a cleaner energy future!  RenewablesYes.org is hosting a 2B kickoff party this Friday, September 17th, from 5-7 p.m.  at the Rib House, 1801 13th Street in Boulder.  We'll feature [...]

Fire Damage Infrared Satellite Image

Fire Damage Infrared Satellite Image

The folks at DigitalGlobe have posted a new (9/10/10), infrared satellite image of the fire damage here.

City of Boulder Fire News Release

City of Boulder Fire News Release

Current wind speed, wind direction, relative humidity, and other weather data are available at the NCAR Foothills Lab. Update 18:36, 9/9/10, from City of Boulder Press Release: City clarifies earlier advisory; area of concern is north of [...]

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