The City of Brighton will be bringing out its heavy machinery for the fourth annual Touch-A-Truck event on Saturday, August 27 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the parking lot of Brighton City Hall (500 S. 4th Avenue).
Kids of all ages will get the opportunity to go behind the wheel, climb and explore vehicles of all sizes and meet the people who operate them. Police cars, fire trucks, Flight for Life, tractors, snow plows, loaders and much more will be at the event. Kids in attendance will get to help decorate one of the city’s snow plows with paint. In addition, the Brighton Fire Rescue District will be presenting its Safety Expo at the event.
This year’s Touch-A-Truck will also feature Bike Brighton's Bike Rodeo. Children will be guided through a safety course to learn important skills for safe bike riding - please bring your own bicycle. There will also be a drawing for bike accessories.
Limited parking will be available at City Hall. Please be courteous of parking in residential areas - be aware of road restrictions (i.e. don’t block fire hydrants), property access and safety.
For more information about Touch-A-Truck, please contact the city’s Special Events division at 303-655-2218.