Town Of Lyons

Community Kick-Off Meeting

The Town of Lyons held a Long Term Recovery Kick-Off meeting at LifeBridge Church last Wednesday evening. No one was quite sure what kind of turn out there would be. Well, the word “overwhelming” comes to mind, as hundreds of

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McConnell Bridge is Now Open

McConnell Bridge in Lyons is now open for public use. The two-way bridge is the second access to and from Lyons Valley Park, in southeast Lyons. McConnell Bridge sustained extensive damage in the September flood and has been closed since then. Full,  temporary access has been established as of Monday, December 23.

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BOT Grapple With Budget Uncertainty

By Joseph Lekarczyk

In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor

The Board of Trustees (BOT) met Monday night (December 9) for a 2014 budget workshop and then held a special meeting to take care of a couple of year-end house cleaning chores (certain items that the State of Colorado mandates by year’s end), and to hold a few public hearings on 2014 budget matters.

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Lyons Gets GOCO Grant

The Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Board last week awarded the Town of Lyons a $227,500 grant  to help defray the purchase price of 1.5 acres of privately owned land, formerly owned by the Hains family, located in Meadow Park. A

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Congratulations Parade Winners!

Congratulations Parade Winners!

 

2013 Lyons Holiday Parade of Lights Winners

"There's No Place Like Home for the Holidays"

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