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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...
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    Help for Homes community project now accepting applications

    The Help for Homes (HFH) program brings volunteers and neighbors together to paint or fix up homes needing minor exterior repairs and perform general yard clean up. Read on...
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    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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    Two Brighton Youth appointed to National League of Cities Council on Youth, Education, and Families

    Brighton Youth Commission Members Prisylla Arteaga and Gianna Rocha have been appointed as youth representatives of the National League of Cities (NLC) 2020 Council on Youth, Education, and Families. 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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    Funshine Summer Camp registration begins Feb. 6

    Brighton Funshine Summer Camp is a state-licensed summer day program offered to children ages six through 12. The camp runs June 1 through July 24, Monday through Friday .at Northeast Elementary School. 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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    Update to Land Use and Development Code going into effect Jan. 1, 2020

    The Land Use and Development Code serves as the primary tool to establish the Be Brighton Comprehensive Plan, and its impact will be accomplished over a long period of time. Read on...
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    City Council adopts 2020 budget

    Brighton City Council adopted the 2020 budget by an 8-0 vote on Tuesday. The vote approved $139,047,768 across all 15 of the city’s operating, capital and utility funds. Read on...
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