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Easter Service at Wildflower
Art at the Cup
On Monday, May 22, service to Denver International Airport (DIA) from Boulder Junction at Depot Square Station via the AB bus route will begin. This service change is reflective of the City of Boulder’s and the US36 Mayors and Commissioners Coalition’s long-standing efforts to negotiate an increase in bus service from Boulder to Denver Airport. Increasing transit service to and from the region’s largest airport will enhance Boulder’s national and international connectivity, making traveling to and from Boulder – including the new Boulder Junction transit station - more convenient and accessible for local and regional residents and visitors alike.
The AB currently provides a direct route from the Downtown Boulder Station to Denver Airport by way of Broadway Avenue to US 36, then uses the Northwest Parkway for quick and reliable travel times to the airport. This route will continue to operate on
This week’s winter weather has delayed the opening of some campgrounds and closed others previously open due to access issues and safety concerns. Some areas are without electricity. The latest campground information is listed below.
Campgrounds previously opened that are now closed: Ansel Watrous, Stove Prairie, and Cold Springs.
Campgrounds scheduled to open this weekend that will remained closed:
New Date & Time: Wednesday, May 24, beginning at 6:00 p.m. LaVern Johnson Park
Due to inclement weather forecast, the DR.BOP Draft Concept Plan Meeting and Site Tours have been rescheduled for Wednesday, May 24, beginning at 6 p.m. (previously scheduled for May 18).
Please join the planning and design team as they share the concept plan for future use of the Deed Restricted Buy-Out Properties (DR.BOP) at the St.
COMMENTARY: What's the Future for Affordable Housing in Lyons?
By Amy Reinholds
As the Colorado 2017 legislative session nears an end, more bills were introduced that aimed to encourage more affordable housing in our state. Only some survived the legislative session. What do you think? Do any of these bills sound like they could help encourage housing that working people in Lyons can afford to rent or buy?
One tenant rights bill survived
Because affordable rentals are challenging to find, let’s start by looking at bills dealing with rentals.
There is good news for Colorado Senate Bill 17-245, Tenancies One Month To One Year Notice, which was approved by the Senate and the House, and was