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  1. CoronaVirus

    Coronavirus (COVID-2019) Updates

    Information regarding the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-2019). Read on...
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    Gov. Polis announces statewide Stay-At-Home Order

    Gov. Polis announced a statewide stay-at-home order beginning on Thursday, March 26 at 6 a.m. through April 11, 2020. Read on...
  3. Scholarship

    Brighton Employee Charities accepting scholarship applications through April 17

    The City of Brighton Employee Charities (BEC) will award two $500 scholarships to qualifying high school seniors. Read on...
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    Court sessions suspended until the week of April 13

    Any cases or hearings that were scheduled between March 24 and April 13 will be rescheduled to a later date when the court reopens to the public. Read on...
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    City to temporarily close all playgrounds and other park amenities

    Residents may still enjoy walking paths, trails, and open spaces in the city, as long as they practice social distancing of at least six feet from others. Read on...
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    City of Brighton reports first case of employee with COVID-19

    The City of Brighton today received confirmation that a city employee has tested positive for COVID-19 and is now receiving medical attention. Read on...
  7. Help For Homes

    Help for Homes community project postponed until Fall 2020

    Together, the City of Brighton and Brothers Redevelopment Inc. has made the decision to postpone our Help for Homes (HFH) community project that was originally scheduled for May 2. Read on...
  8. Utilities

    City to waive late fees and water shut-offs for 30 days

    As a way to help our customers during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the City of Brighton will waive all late fees and water shut-offs through April 20. Read on...
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    City extends temporary closure of all facilities to the public through April 16

    Out of precaution to keep our employees and visitors safe, the City of Brighton will extend its temporary closure of all city buildings to the public through April 16. Read on...
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    City Council declares local disaster

    Brighton City Council approved a resolution Saturday declaring a local disaster for the City of Brighton. Read on...
  11. BldgClosures

    City temporarily closing all facilities to the public as a precautionary measure for COVID-19

    Out of precaution to keep our employees and visitors safe, the City of Brighton will temporarily close all city buildings to the public effective Monday, March 16. Read on...
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    Update on Prairie View High School lockdown

    At about 1:30 p.m. this afternoon, Brighton police received a report of a person with a gun at Prairie View High School. Read on...
  13. TrashBash

    Trash Bash to be held May 1 and 2

    Residents wishing to dispose of large items may do so from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. May 1 and 2. Read on...
  14. VisionZero

    City to open Chapel Hill Drive to help with emergency response times and traffic flow

    This will allow emergency responders easier access as well as providing a smoother overall traffic flow for the residents in and around the surrounding area. Read on...
  15. Audit

    Draft report of city’s forensic audit now available

    Brighton City Council voted unanimously to release the draft copy of the forensic audit report provided by the contracted firm, Two Hills Accounting & Consulting. Read on...
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    Council approves ballot content for Ward 2 special election

    Brighton City Council tonight approved a resolution certifying the ballot content for the special mail ballot municipal election to fill the Ward 2 City Council vacancy. Read on...
  17. Recycling Container

    City expands recycling center services with new location

    In an effort to provide additional recycling services to residents, the City of Brighton will be moving the recycling center to 401 East Longs Peak St. effective Feb. 26. Read on...
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    Major project starting soon that will impact traffic in Brighton

    Crews will be installing a water pipe underneath Baseline Road (168th Ave). This pipeline will be installed between 19th Street and Tower Road. Read on...
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    Garden In A Box kits go on sale in March

    The City of Brighton has once again partnered with the Resource Central’s Garden In A Box Program. Through this partnership, City of Brighton utility customers can receive a $25 discount off of the water-wise garden kits, while supplies last. Read on...
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    Council approves special election for Ward 2 City Council vacancy

    City Council approved a resolution tonight calling for a special mail ballot election to fill the Ward 2 City Council vacancy. Read on...
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