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  1. BYS recruitment

    Brighton Youth Commission and Brighton Youth Corps of Volunteers recruiting new members

    The Brighton Youth Commission is a body of 20 youth and six adults that are appointed by City Council to study and investigate matters impacting youth in Brighton. Read on...
  2. MemorialDay

    Memorial Day Weekend events at Elmwood and Fairview Cemeteries

    In honor of Memorial Day, Elmwood and Fairview Cemeteries have some events for families to participate in on Sunday, May 27 and Monday, May 28. Read on...
  3. DowntownCars

    Council adopts strategic plan

    The Strategic Plan and supplemental business plan will help the city direct its own destiny, even as it encounters a number of pressures in being one of the fastest growing cities in the Denver area. Read on...
  4. Colorful Persuasion art

    Selections for the “Colorful Persuasion” art exhibit announced

    The exhibit opens Monday, May 14 and includes more than 250 vibrant colors of persuasive inspiring creativity in this summer show. The exhibit includes 89 local and regional artists on display. Read on...
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    ARTfest at the Armory seeking artists

    Local artists who want to showcase their artwork may enter through Thursday, May 24. Read on...
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    Construction scheduled for Bridge Street Phase II Development

    Work on Bridge Street Phase II, located from 50th Avenue to Golden Eagle Parkway, will begin around the middle of May and will include major traffic control and construction. Read on...
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    Street maintenance gearing up for busy season

    The City of Brighton will be starting two maintenance operations the week of May 7. Read on...
  8. BLI_Winners

    Big Little Idea Contest winners announced

    The four winners of the Big Little Idea Contest were announced and recognized at the city council meeting on Tuesday, May 1. Read on...
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    Dates announced for second annual Brighton Fiber Art Show

    The second annual Brighton Fiber Arts Show, Needle and Thread, Love and Warmth Reflected in Fiber, is coming to town May 24-26 at the Armory Performing Arts Center, 300 Strong Street. Read on...
  10. 2018 EVAC Red Sweater Volunteers

    Three outstanding volunteers recognized by Eagle View Adult Center

    Every year since 1996, three volunteers have received this prestigious award. This year Dolly Garcia, Chris Fretter and Gayle Shibao received the award. Read on...
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    Summerfest returning to Carmichael Park in June

    On Saturday, June 2, the City of Brighton will host Summerfest, one of Brighton’s largest community festivals. Summerfest will be held at Carmichael Park from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Read on...
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    Disturbance with weapons at a Brighton home

    On Sunday, police were dispatched to a disturbance with weapons. Read on...
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    New software allows anyone to view artifacts at Brighton City Museum online

    Now that the online museum is accessible, new artifacts that come in to the museum will be uploaded online in real-time; allowing everyone immediate access to see what’s new. Read on...
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    Street Preservation Project starting first week in May

    The City of Brighton’s 2018 Street Preservation Project will begin construction the first week of May. Work will begin on Main Street north of Bromley Lane and will continue at designated areas until mid-November. Read on...
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    Celebrating Historic Preservation Month

    This Place Matters is a national campaign sponsored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation which encourages people to celebrate the places that are meaningful to them and their communities. Read on...
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    Use caution dealing with storm-damaged trees

    Trees in Brighton may be damaged as a result of the recent wind storm. The City of Brighton would like to remind residents to use caution when dealing with damaged trees. Read on...
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    City of Brighton launches interactive map for residents

    After nearly a decade of gathering data, verifying documents and compiling maps, an interactive look at geographic information is now available. Read on...
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    Monthly gardening events planned for summer

    Adams County Master Gardeners will hold two monthly meetings: one every third Tuesday of the month at the Zion Community Garden, and the other will be on the fourth Thursday of the month at Northgate Community Garden. Read on...
  19. Streets

    City of Brighton’s Street Ops Boot Camp recruiting members

    The City of Brighton’s Streets and Fleet’s Department is looking for participants for its inaugural 2018 Street Ops Boot Camp. The event begins at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, May 22. Read on...
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    Two arrested in drug search

    Two men were arrested on drug charges following the early-morning execution of a search warrant on a Brighton residence. Read on...
  21. Finance_BalancingAct2

    City launches two applications to help residents understand budget

    The City of Brighton’s Finance Department recently launched two digital applications designed to provide residents a fun and easy way to learn about the city’s budget. Read on...
  22. FlixKicks

    Flix and Kicks summer series lineup announced

    The City of Brighton will host another exciting year of its “Flix and Kicks” concerts and movies in the park series this summer, beginning June 7. Read on...
  23. Garden in a box

    Garden In A Box kits now on sale

    The Garden In A Box Program allows Brighton utility customers to purchase water-wise garden kits at a discounted price while supplies last. Read on...
  24. Utilities

    Council approves changes to utility rates

    Brighton City Council approved rate changes for utility services. The new rates include minor changes to both fixed rates and volumetric usage rates for sewer, as well as an increase to the storm water drainage fee. Read on...
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    City Council adopts 2018 budget

    The Brighton City Council adopted the 2018 budget by an 8-0 vote at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. One council member was absent from the meeting. Read on...
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