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  1. CoronaVirus

    Coronavirus (COVID-2019) Updates

    Information regarding the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-2019). Read on...
  2. Missing

    Police seeking out missing at-risk man

    The Brighton Police Department asks for the public’s help in locating a missing man, Donald Torr, 78. Mr. Torr was last seen in the early morning hours of July 4, 2020. Read on...
  3. PublicHearing_NewsFlash

    PUBLIC HEARINGS: Planning Commission

    Virtual meeting regarding Planning Commission items up for discussion with the public. Read on...
  4. rec center news flash

    Brighton Recreation Center to expand capacity, allow drop-ins

    The Brighton Recreation Center will be entering phase two of its reopening on July 6, transitioning from reservations-only to allowing drop-ins with its expanded capacity. Read on...
  5. Boga

    Brighton Recreation Center adds group fitness classes to summer offerings

    The Brighton Recreation Center has added live in-person group fitness classes to its summer 2020 offerings. Read on...
  6. Police lights

    Police seek information in fatal crash

    Brighton police are attempting to locate the driver of a pick-up truck that was involved in a fatal motorcycle crash on the Bridge Street off-ramp of southbound Highway 85 just after 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 20th. Read on...
  7. Ken Mitchell Open Space

    Ken Mitchell Open Space officially opens to the public

    After years in the making, Ken Mitchell Open Space in West Brighton has officially opened to the public. Read on...
  8. Full Moon Bike Ride

    First 2020 Full Moon Bike Ride set for July 8

    Bike Brighton will host the Buck Moon Ride, the first 2020 Full Moon Bike Ride, on July 8 beginning at 6:30 p.m. Read on...
  9. Mobile food pantry

    City of Brighton funds the Food Bank of the Rockies Mobile Food Pantry in Brighton this summer

    The City of Brighton is completely funding the Food Bank of the Rockies Mobile Food Pantry in Brighton this summer. Read on...
  10. rec center news flash

    Parks and Recreation merges long-range planning meetings into single public forum

    The City of Brighton’s Parks and Recreation Department has merged its upcoming long-range planning meetings into a single citywide public forum set for July 8. Read on...
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    City of Brighton completes upgrades, replacements to several playgrounds and parks

    The City of Brighton’s Parks and Recreation Department has completed a series of projects to upgrade and replace several of the city’s playgrounds and parks. Read on...
  13. HomeHouse

    City of Brighton announces new Brighton Household Rent and Mortgage Assistance Grant

    The City of Brighton encourages residents to apply for the new Brighton Household Rent and Mortgage Assistance Grant. Read on...
  14. BIKE TO WORK DAY

    Bike to Work Day Breakfast Burrito Bike-In set for June 24

    On June 24 between 6:30-8:30 a.m., Bike Brighton will host the Bike to Work Day Breakfast Burrito Bike-In. Read on...
  15. rec center news flash

    City of Brighton seeks public input for Parks and Recreation Master Plan Update

    The City of Brighton is updating its long-range planning vision for parks and recreation, greenways and trails, and open space and invites the community to give input at its upcoming public meetings on June 24 and 25 and July 8 and 9. Read on...
  16. 2020 Fourth of July: Home Edition

    2020 Fourth of July Fireworks: Home Edition

    The City of Brighton is set to host the 2020 Fourth of July Fireworks: Home Edition on July 4 at dusk. Read on...
  17. NewsFlash_COVID_SaferActivitiesGrant

    City of Brighton announces new Safer Activities Grant

    The City of Brighton encourages local small businesses, non-profits, and community groups to apply for the new Safer Activities Grant. Read on...
  18. Inspection

    Inspections for private residences to resume on Monday

    On June 15, the City of Brighton’s Building Division will resume inspections in private residences after COVID-19-related health and safety concerns put inspections temporarily on hold. Read on...
  19. Downed trees

    Free tree limb disposal service extended to next week

    Due to an overwhelming response, the City of Brighton is expanding the hours of its tree limb disposal site and extending its curbside tree pick-up program to next week. Read on...
  20. Recreation Center opens registration to sports leagues

    Registration open for Brighton Recreation sports leagues

    In accordance with recent state guidelines, the Brighton Recreation Center is opening up registration for its sports leagues with some modifications to keep players safe. Read on...
  21. Brighton Recreation Center

    Recreation Center Opening June 15: Registration Details

    When the Brighton Recreation Center opens its doors to the public on June 15, visitors will be required to pre-register to use the facility’s amenities. Read on...
  22. Splash pad

    City splash pads to open to the public tomorrow

    City of Brighton splash pads will be open to the public starting June 9. Read on...
  23. COVID_Update_Recreational

    Reopening plan for Rec Center, parks, playgrounds and splash pads

    The Brighton Recreation Center, city playgrounds, and city splash pads will reopen to the public, in accordance with new guidelines released on June 4 by the state. Read on...
  24. COVID Update

    Some city buildings to reopen on June 8; Oasis closed for the season

    On June 2, Brighton City Council voted to reopen Brighton City Hall and Historic City Hall, effective June 8. Read on...
  25. Open sign

    Temporary Use Application fees waived until September

    On June 2, City Council voted to waive the fee for temporary use applications. Read on...
  26. Chip seal

    Council awards contract for the 2020 Street Preservation Project

    On June 2, City Council voted to approve a $3,198.495.60 contract for the 2020 Street Preservation Project to A-1 Chipseal Co. Read on...
  27. Audit

    Council issues letter to residents regarding forensic audit

    Brighton City Council voted to issue a letter to Brighton residents and businesses regarding the forensic audit of the city’s Utilities funds that was recently completed. Read on...
  28. Small business

    Deadline extended for Brighton grant providing small business rental and mortgage assistance

    The City of Brighton and the Brighton Economic Development Corporation have extended the deadline for Brighton businesses to apply for the Brighton Business Rental and Mortgage Assistance Grant to June 11th, 2020. Read on...
  29. Open business

    Guidance on temporary outdoor business expansion

    Based on the Governor’s guidance for restaurants effective May 27, 2020, restaurants will be able to open for in-person dining at 50-percent capacity under specific guidelines. Read on...
  30. Challenger Sports camps

    Brighton Recreation Center’s Sports Department to host summer sports camps

    Using guidance from the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment, the Brighton Recreation Center’s Sports Department will be hosting youth sports camps starting in June. Read on...
  31. Ward 2 Special Run-off Election

    Unofficial City of Brighton Ward 2 Special Run-off Election results

    Ann Taddeo takes the lead in the unofficial results of the May 26 Ward 2 Special Run-off Election. Read on...
  32. Goat

    City seeks public input on proposal for urban goat keeping

    The City of Brighton is looking for public feedback on a proposal to allow urban goat keeping within city limits. Read on...
  33. Small business

    City of Brighton grant to provide small businesses rental and business mortgage assistance

    City of Brighton Grant to provide small businesses rental and business mortgage assistance to eligible Brighton businesses by paying up to two months of rent or mortgage costs Read on...
  34. Brighton City Hall

    Search begins for next Brighton City Manager

    The City of Brighton has started the search for its next City Manager and is taking applications for the position recently advertised. Read on...
  35. Police lights

    Police search suspected grow houses

    Brighton police officers executed search warrants on two Brighton residences early Wednesday morning, working in conjunction with the North Metro Drug Task Force and the Brighton/Commerce City SWAT team. Read on...
  36. BEC Scholarship

    Brighton Employee Charities recognize scholarship recipients

    The City of Brighton Employee Charities (BEC) has selected two recipients for scholarships this year. The winners will each receive $1,000 toward their college expenses. This year’s winners are Brianna Diaz and Ilse Diaz. Read on...
  37. Brighton Police investigate fatal crash on Highway 85

    Police Investigate Fatal Crash

    Brighton Police are investigating a fatal crash involving a truck that occurred on southbound Highway 85 at E-470 on Friday at about 4:30 a.m. Read on...
  38. City Hall

    Results for 2019 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

    On Tuesday night, the Brighton City Council was presented with the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for 2019. Read on...
  39. Unloading Truck at Trash Bash 2011

    June Trash Bash postponed to September

    The City of Brighton has postponed its June dates for its popular Trash Bash drop-off program for Brighton residents in need of disposing large items. Read on...
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