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    City’s 75 Day Work Plan to address clarity, transparency and accountability

    Brighton City Manager Rodriguez recently rolled out a 75-day work plan in order to address the city’s top pressing issues. Read on...
  2. Cycles of Life art show

    Call for Artists for Brighton’s the “Cycles of Life” Art Show

    This art show is a four-month long show that will be on display from January-May 2019 at Brighton City Hall, 500 S. 4th Ave. Read on...
  3. BRC

    Brighton Recreation Center now offering virtual group fitness classes

    This feature is called On Demand and it allows residents to work out when it is most convenient for them instead of trying to rearrange your schedule to make it to a class at the Recreation Center. Read on...
  4. ACMCYA

    Call for nominations for the Adams County Mayors and Commissioners Youth Awards

    This award focuses on teenagers who have triumphed over great odds and serve as inspirations and role models for their peers. Read on...
  5. I AM EVIDENCE

    One-time screening of “I Am Evidence” coming to Armory Performing Arts Center Nov. 29

    Each year hundreds of thousands of rape evidence kits sit on shelves waiting to be processed. This documentary explores how sexual assault cases have been historically processed in the United States. Read on...
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    City Manager Rodriguez announces leadership appointments

    City of Brighton City Manager Rodriguez is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Woodruff to Director of Infrastructure and Ryan Johnson to Director of Urban & Public Policy. Read on...
  7. The Farmer

    2018 Sculpture on Loan - People’s Choice Awards announced

    Lawrence Starck of Loveland and Kathy Wardle of Brighton will each receive $500. Read on...
  8. FOL

    23rd Annual Festival of Lights ready to sparkle

    The City of Brighton will present the 23rd Annual Festival of Lights Parade and Winter Festival on Saturday, Dec. 8 Read on...
  9. Fingerprint

    Police discontinue fingerprinting services for job applicants

    Civil job applicants will no longer be able to obtain pre-employment fingerprints from Colorado law enforcement agencies as of November 1, 2018. Read on...
  10. construction signs_web

    Street improvement underway in Brighton

    This work is taking place on Medical Center Drive from Bromley Lane to Prairie Center Parkway. Read on...
  11. Main Street sign

    Demolition of the Downtown Plaza building set to begin

    This demolition process will take several months to complete from start to finish to ensure disruption to business owners and residents in the area be kept to a minimum. Read on...
  12. utilities

    City officials to conduct independent audit

    During the 2019 budget preparation process, questions were raised concerning the Utilities Department financial information. Read on...
  13. PD_Image

    Body of homicide suspect located

    Brighton police have located a body they believe to be that of a man wanted in a recent homicide. Read on...
  14. no name park

    New park in Brighton East Farms looking for a name

    A new park located at 4699 Haystack Lane in Brighton East Farms is looking for a name. Read on...
  15. BCAC

    BCAC seeking volunteers to serve on various action teams

    If you are interested in arts and culture events or programs, working with community groups, public art or fundraising, then BCAC needs your help to ensure it’s following the Cultural Strategic Plan and meeting the arts and culture needs of the community. Read on...
  16. PD gov award

    Brighton PD receives Governor’s Award

    Brighton PD was one of only eight businesses across Colorado to receive this award. Read on...
  17. Somewhere In Time art

    Brighton's "Somewhere In Time" art exhibit opens Monday

    The “Somewhere in Time” art exhibit features unique artwork that renews memories through artistic eyes. Read on...
  18. security camera

    Register your surveillance camera with Brighton Police Department

    This service is optional and all registered information will be kept confidential and will only be viewed by Brighton Police Department personnel. Read on...
  19. Vision Zero

    Vision Zero survey results being implemented

    Public Works staff is currently replacing and installing upgraded signs in school zones and surrounding areas and parents can expect to see crews continuing to upgrade these signs throughout the school year at various schools in Brighton. Read on...
  20. Road construction

    Major construction projects underway, alternative routes advised

    The City of Brighton is gearing up to start a number of major construction projects to improve the roadways we all use every day when driving around town. Read on...
  21. 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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    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...
  23. Coucil

    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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