Published on Tuesday, December 10 2013 10:06
As of today, Monday, December 9, 2013, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has reopened all flood-repaired highways to cyclists, including US 34, US 36, State Highway (SH) 7, SH 72, and SH 119. The highways have been closed to cyclists for safety reasons following flood repairs as CDOT assessed the safety of the temporary roadways.
Published on Tuesday, December 10 2013 10:00
Rocky Mountain National Park received significant damages on bridges, roads and trails in the historic floods that occurred in September. However, damages in the park were relatively minor in comparison to the disastrous flooding that downstream communities east of theRead more: Flood Impacts Will Close Old Fall River Road Through 2014
Published on Thursday, January 17 2013 06:13
Kids Kayak Club
The Town of Lyons Department of Parks & Recreation would like to invite Lyons youth, ages seven to sixteen, to join them at the Centennial Pool (on the corner of Alpine and Mountain View) to learn the basics of kayaking. The purpose of these classes is to prepare young kayakers for opportunities to participate in upcoming summer kayaking programs and learn basic kayaking skills in a comfortable environment. Fourteen classes will be offered on Fridays, starting January 18.
Published on Thursday, March 07 2013 03:46
Colorado State Senator Rollie Heath (D - Boulder and vicinity) and State Representative Jonathan Singer (D - Longmont and vicinity) were in Lyons last week (Wednesday, February 27) to hold a “Town Hall” meeting at The Stone Cup. About two-dozen area residents showed up to listen to what their elected officials were up to during the current legislative session, and to tell the gentlemen what issues were on their minds.Read more: Senator Rollie Heath At The Cup