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  1. Via rides

    Free rides being offered to and from Eagle View Adult Center in 2019

    Thanks to the generous support of donors, Via was able to add an additional shuttle this year to provide transportation for people who use the Eagle View facility. Read on...
  2. Summer Job Launch

    Volunteers needed to help conduct youth interviews

    Volunteers are needed on Saturday, Feb 9 from 12:15 – 2:05 p.m. to assist young people ages 14-21 with mock interviews. All interview questions and materials will be provided to volunteers and the city will provide lunch. Read on...
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    Third Annual Father Daughter Dance to be held February 2

    The city is hosting its third annual father daughter dance Saturday, Feb. 2 from 5:30 – 8 p.m. at the Brighton Recreation Center. Read on...
  4. Cycles of Life art

    Brighton’s “Cycles of Life” art exhibit opening Jan 14

    The “Cycles of Life” art exhibit features unique artwork that refreshes the memories of past, present and future life cycles. Read on...
  5. EVAC

    Eagle View Adult Center to offer Wednesday evening programs in 2019

    Starting January 9, Eagle View will be open until 8 p.m. on Wednesdays to offer later classes. Read on...
  6. Community garden

    Secure your community garden plot for the 2019 growing season

    Plot registration may be made in person only at the Recreation Center, 555 N. 11th Ave. The community garden plots are $20 for residents and $30 for non-residents. Read on...
  7. Summer Job Launch

    Youth summer internship and city employment launch coming Feb. 9

    This event is to help young people wanting to find a summer job get prepared to enter the workforce. Read on...
  8. Ron-Finance

    Director of Finance appointed

    City of Brighton City Manager Philip Rodriguez is pleased to announce the appointment of Ronald Lay to serve as Director of Finance. Read on...
  9. Coucil

    City Council adopts 2019 budget

    The Brighton City Council adopted the 2019 budget by an 8-0 vote at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. Read on...
  10. CityHall_SE_Corner

    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...
  11. 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...
  12. Southern-Street-Highlight

    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...
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