Published on Thursday, October 01 2015 15:28
Come share your ideas and learn about the recovery plans for the parks and trails. The planning teams have developed a new website that will be updated with plans and information throughout the process: www.lyonsparksmp.com.
Published on Thursday, October 01 2015 15:16
The Little Thompson Road Association (LTRA) is pleased to report the completion of the cistern recovery at the Lyons Fire Protection District’s (LFPD) old Station #2 site. The old cistern, a critical piece of infrastructure, was lost in the flood of 2013. It served as a primary firefighting tool for wild land fires as well as an emergency backup water source for residents of the X-7 neighborhood.
Published on Thursday, September 24 2015 13:18
It is now six months since the Town of Lyons made a major decision. The issues pro and con regarding a housing authority project in Bohn Park were completely aired before the March election. There was a record voter turnout, and Lyons voters rejected the plan. They turned out again for a second election and voted “yes” on an ordinance that requires a vote if
Published on Thursday, October 01 2015 07:03
One of Boulder’s iconic bus routes is turning 21. To celebrate, the City of Boulder invites the community to participate in a variety of events, special promotions and social media contests, Oct. 7 through Oct. 14. Partnering with CU-Boulder, RTD and Via Mobility Services, the city will provide free service on the HOP during the celebration week.
As part of a larger transit network in the Boulder area, the HOP is reaching a major milestone in its operational history. The HOP is
Published on Thursday, September 24 2015 12:54
The CEMEX Lyons Plant and their employees have recently been recognized by the Wildlife Habitat Council. Their work since October 2014 towards increasing awareness and knowledge about wildlife conservation, and enhancing wildlife habitat is getting recognition from the Wildlife Habitat Council. CEMEX Lyons Plant is a finalist for the CLL Rookie of the Year Award, and Kellie Courtney is finalist for the Partner of the Year Award. Please
Published on Thursday, September 24 2015 13:24
A formal statement from the river confluence neighborhood of Lyons, Colorado was released today, in response to the Town's recent (9/14/15) meeting addressing their inability to approve building permits:
“Recently we gathered as a formal group of Lyons residents rebuilding in the “confluence” Neighborhood, to support one another in our respective attempts to obtain rebuilding permits from the destruction to our homes and properties in the September 2013 flood. Today- over
Published on Thursday, September 24 2015 12:49
The Board of Trustees (BOT) held a pre-meeting workshop with Finance Director Tony Cavalier who updated them on the status (timelines for: public input, design, construction, completion, cost, and funding sources) of twenty-one ongoing flood recovery projects at a cost of over $25 million. He also wanted the public to be aware that many of these projects are “reimbursed,” which means the Town gets the money (held by the state) after the