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    City employee recognized as 2019 Professional of the Year

    City Council recognized a member of the Parks and Recreation department for his achievement of receiving the 2019 CPRA Parks Section Professional of the Year. Read on...
  2. On-Track

    Residents can now track the progress of city projects with new online dashboard “On-Track”

    On-Track is a feature that allows departments to track projects and update the status of projects in a user-friendly way that’s available 24/7 to residents, City Council, and employees. Read on...
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    Meet the candidates running for City Council

    Take a moment to learn more about each candidate running for City Council on our "Meet the Candidates" page. Read on...
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    Forensic audit selection committee members selected

    City Council has selected eight Brighton water customers to help select an independent firm to conduct a forensic audit of the City’s Utilities funds. Read on...
  5. WAA

    Elmwood and Fairview cemeteries to participate in Wreaths Across America tradition

    This December, you will see wreaths placed at the graves of veterans who are buried in Elmwood Cemetery and Fairview Cemetery as the city joins Wreaths Across America (WAA) to sponsor veterans and honor them through the 2019 holiday season. Read on...
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    Director of Finance appointed

    City of Brighton Acting City Manager Marv Falconburg is pleased to announce the appointment of Maria Ostrom to serve as Director of Finance. Read on...
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    Growing Grads FAFSA Kickoff event October 15

    This series is a program that was created to provide parents and students local resources for life after high school. Read on...
  8. ExcellenceInArtsAwards

    Brighton Cultural Arts Commission announces 2019 Excellence in Arts Awards honorees

    These individuals will be honored at a special ceremony at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21, at the Eagle View Adult Center. Read on...
  9. Colors of Love

    “Colors of Love” art exhibit now open in Brighton

    The exhibit opened Monday, Sept. 9 and includes more than 235 exciting pieces of art from 83 local and regional artists. This exhibit is free to the public and open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. at City Hall, 500 S. 4th Ave. Read on...
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    Council awards contract for water treatment plant expansion and denitrification design services

    Brighton City Council approved a resolution Tuesday awarding a contract for the water treatment plant expansion and denitrification design services. Read on...
  11. BrightonElections2019

    Council approves ballot content for Nov. 5 coordinated election

    Brighton City Council approved ballot content for the coordinated election on Nov. 5. Read on...
  12. RateStudy

    Utility rate study presented to City Council last night

    The City of Brighton’s independent rate consultants, Stantec, have presented their water and wastewater utility rate study to City Council. Read on...
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    Brighton preparing for fall season full of arts and culture events

    Just in time for fall, the City of Brighton’s Office of Arts and Culture announces two events for our community to enjoy, participate in and support. Read on...
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    Tri-County Health Department Reports First Positive West Nile Virus Mosquito in Brighton

    Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) has confirmed the first West Nile virus-infected mosquito in Brighton this year. There are no human cases reported in the region so far. Read on...
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    New reporting tool now available for Brighton residents

    With this free SeeClickFix mobile app and web tools, Brighton residents will now be able to provide the City of Brighton staff with pictures, videos, specific descriptions, and more — valuable information needed to get the job done efficiently. Read on...
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    City Council terminates employment of city manager

    Brighton City Council voted 5-4 to terminate the employment of City Manager Philip Rodriguez. Read on...
  17. Coucil

    Make an impact in your community by running for Brighton City Council

    Are you interested in serving your community? City Council nomination packets will be available on Aug. 6 in the City Clerk’s office Read on...
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