Published on Thursday, February 20 2014 14:23
The Boulder County Youth Corps is hiring adults to be team leaders. The positions are open until filled. The Youth Corps will employ teenagers to work on a variety of community service projects and is looking for team leaders to train, supervise and evaluate the teens.
Team leaders will be employed from June 4, through August 8, and will work up to forty hours per week, Monday through Friday.
Published on Thursday, February 06 2014 14:13
The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department instituted seasonal closures Saturday, February 1, to protect area raptors. The closures, which protect peregrine falcons, prairie falcons, and golden eagles raising their young in nests located along Boulder’s mountain backdrop will be in effect from February 1,
Published on Thursday, January 30 2014 12:42
Boulder County residents ages fourteen to seventeen can now apply for summer jobs with the Boulder County Youth Corps. Boulder County is also hiring adults to be team leaders. Boulder County is especially in need of female Corps members and leaders. The
Published on Thursday, January 09 2014 11:57
The Boulder County Parks and Open Space Department is accepting nominations for the annual Land Conservation Awards until Thursday, January 31. Anyone may nominate individuals, families or organizations that have made outstanding contributions in Boulder County in Land Conservation, Environmental Stewardship or Historic Preservation.
Published on Friday, December 13 2013 14:28
Beginning Tuesday, December 17 and lasting through Friday, December 20 during daylight hours and weather permitting, CDOT will be performing emergency repairs on US 36 near mile marker 10 north of Pinewood Springs and south of Estes Park. The work will take place on the temporary roadway that opened
Published on Thursday, November 21 2013 12:14
As energy costs continue to rise, help is available for Boulder County residents who struggle to pay their winter heating bills. LEAP, the Low-income Energy Assistance Program, is accepting applications now through April 30, 2014.
LEAP assists low-income residents with covering the costs of heating their homes. The program is designed to pay the highest benefit to households with the highest heating costs. Income criteria apply, including a limit of 150% of the Federal Poverty Level
Published on Thursday, November 21 2013 12:05
With the holidays approaching, Boulder County programs that work with low-income families are once again reaching out to local residents and businesses in hopes of making the holidays a little brighter for families in need. These programs are greatly appreciated by the people who participate in them, and Boulder County encourages members of the community to join in the
Published on Thursday, July 04 2013 05:16
Beginning Monday, July 1, all disposable plastic and paper checkout bags at grocery stores in Boulder will cost ten cents each. The bag fee does not apply to bags used inside stores for items such as produce, bulk food, or meat and fish, and does not apply to pharmacy prescriptions or newspapers.
Published on Monday, June 24 2013 02:24
Effective July 1, Boulder County residents can no longer place computers and many other types of electronics at the curb, or in waste bins, for collection and disposal. The Electronic Recycling Jobs Act, signed by Governor Hickenlooper in April of 2012, intends many benefits for the state including job creation through material recovery, diversion of hazardous material from landfills and reduction of energy and raw material resource demands from mining and manufacturing.
Banned devices include: