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To rent the church please call the Brighton Recreation Center at 303-655-2200 and ask to speak with the Rentals Specialist
The rental period is 24 hours. Payment of the full $185 deposit is due at the time the facility is reserved. The balance of the rental fee is due at least 30 days in advance of the reservation.
On June 2, City Council voted to reopen Brighton City Hall and Historic City Hall. Hours of operation will be Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. To ensure the safety of visitors, all employees are required to wear a face covering while in public areas, take their temperature upon entering city buildings and practice social distancing measures where appropriate. Any employee registering a fever of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or 38 degrees Celsius will be sent home. Contact tracing will be done for every employee who tests positive for COVID-19.
Additionally, the city has taken precautionary measures to safeguard residents and visitors including sneeze guards at all customer services counters, increased sanitation and disinfection practices with EPA and CDC approved disinfectants, extra towels and spray disinfectants in communal spaces, and providing face coverings for visitors to the building if needed. Many departments are offering the opportunity to make advance appointments to eliminate waiting and lines, and many services are still available online.
On June 15, the Brighton Recreation Center opened its doors to the public. To use the Rec Center’s amenities, visitors are required to register for a specific time block of 1 hour, 15 minutes that can be made up to 48 hours in advance. Under state guidelines, the facility will operate with a maximum of 50 people, and a limit of 10 people per room to help with social distancing. Hours of operation will be 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Saturdays, and 12 - 4 p.m. Sundays. For directions on how to make a reservation, click here.
Due to financial constraints related to opening the Brighton Oasis Family Aquatic Park for a shorter season and with limited capacity, City Council voted to not open the water park for the summer of 2020.
Facilities that remain closed until further guidance due to state public health orders include the Eagle View Adult Center (1150 Prairie Center Pkwy.) and The Armory Performing Arts Center (300 Strong St.).
The Brighton Police Department remains open. Essential public safety services will continue and measures are in place to continue non-emergency operations.
Updates will be posted on the city website and social media sites.
City parks and playgrounds and their amenities are now open to the public. According to state guidelines, playgrounds are permitted to have up to 10 people at a time. The City posted new signage at playgrounds to remind individuals of COVID-19-related health and safety measures - More here.
Per state guidelines, outdoor sport facilities for individual use (i.e. fields and tennis, basketball, and pickle ball courts) may be open to 25 people at a time per court or field - More here.
City-owned parks and trails are open, but visitors must follow social distancing guidelines of six feet between individuals and are restricted to groups of 10 or less.
Dog parks are open, but pet owners are encouraged to wear face coverings and practice social distancing in those spaces.
For more information about our trails and open spaces, visit www.brightonco.gov/328/Parks-Department.
Starting on May 27, the state began to allow restaurants to offer indoor dine-in service at 50-percent of the posted occupancy code limit and a maximum of 50 patrons. Guidelines include parties limited to eight people, tables must be six feet apart, all employees must wear face coverings, and deep cleanings and disinfecting must be done on surfaces with each turnover.
The City of Brighton is dedicated to working with restaurants in order to maximize the number of patrons possible at each establishment. As such, City staff is providing specific guidelines for those looking to temporarily expand operations safely and timely into adjacent areas including parking lots - details here.
Bars and gyms remain closed. Personal training is allowed inside a gym, as long as the facility is closed to the public.
Per state guidelines, outdoor swimming pools are permitted to reopen. Guidelines include limiting pools to 50-percent capacity or up to 50 people (whichever is fewer) and to frequently sanitize commonly-touched surfaces like handrails and tables. Guidelines here.
At the Brighton Recreation Center, lap swim will be permitted, but limited to five swimmers at a time, one swimmer per lane. Family swim will also be allowed for families of the same household. The following amenities will remain closed due to concerns related to COVID-19 exposure: The steam room, sauna, hot tub, lockers, water fountains and the indoor track. Registration is required.
The city’s splash pads are open. The City posted new signage at playgrounds to remind individuals of precautionary COVID-19-related health and safety measures. More here.
The state is allowing youth day and sports camps, with certain guidelines. Overnight camps in June are prohibited. Details here.
The City of Brighton’s Recreation Center is hosting the following sports camps in June and July: Click here.
Registration is open for the Rec Center-hosted sports leagues - T-Ball, Pee-Wee and Youth Soccer, Adult Softball: Click here.
The Brighton Police Department will remain open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. Essential public safety services will continue and measures are in place to continue non-emergency operations.
Beginning June 16, City Council will be holding meetings and study sessions both virtually and in-person.
City events are being assessed based on the evolving nature of COVID-19.
According to the CDC, large gatherings offer more opportunities for person-to-person contact and therefore pose greater risk of COVID-19 transmission. To best protect public health, the Colorado Department of Health and Environment is recommending that Coloradans follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) guidance to cancel or postpone in-person events that consist of 50 people or more throughout the United States.
More information is available on the CDC website.
No, City facilities are closed to the public. However, you can pay your bill by credit card or by check.
By credit card - Call 303-655-2009, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. to make a payment by credit card over the phone.
By mail - Send a check made payable to the "City of Brighton" along with the payment coupon to City Hall at 500 S. 4th Ave, Brighton, CO 80601
Utility drop box - Make check payable to the City of Brighton, insert your check and payment coupon in an envelope, and use the drop box located in the parking lot at City Hall, 500 S. 4th Ave.
By ECheck or ACH - There are several online bill pay providers. Contact your bank for instructions on how to pay the City by electronic check.
The City will continue to issue contractor licenses by email only. Applications may be sent to 1Stop@brightonco.gov and payment will need to be made by credit card over the phone at 303-655-2017.
The City will continue to issue building permits by email only. Permits and plans may be sent to 1Stop@brightonco.gov. Large data file plans may be submitted via Dropbox. Payment can be made by credit card over the phone at 303-655-2017.
Inspection requests may be made through Citizen Access or by calling 303-655-2151.
For any additional questions, please call the 1Stop at 303-655-2017.
Yes. Please visit the City’s website to download an application for a business license at https://www.brightonco.gov/376/Information-Forms. Email completed forms to email@example.com and be sure to include a daytime phone number - the Finance Department will call you to arrange for payment of the license application fee by credit card.
The City of Brighton’s Municipal Court will be closed to the public through May 31 in response to the national, state and local efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19. This date is subject to change.
Court sessions are suspended through May 31 ,2020. This date may be extended as the Court deems necessary in the interest of public health. Court will remain open for processing cases by phone, rnail, email or other electronic means.
Any cases or hearings will be rescheduled to a later date when the court reopens to the public and the court will remain open for processing cases by phone, mail, email or other electronic means.Here are some of the frequently asked questions:
I have a traffic ticket that requires an appearance. Do I still have to go to court?All traffic tickets are eligible for the "Early Plea Guidelines" established by the City Prosecutor. Those traffic cases not eligible for the early pay plea offer are eligible for a plea by mail at the discretion of the City Prosecutor. All other traffic cases will be re-scheduled for arraignment when the court opens to the public. Please call the court at 303- 655-2064 to discuss your options.
I’m on a bond. How do I continue my case?If you posted bond in your case, you may still receive a continuance. Please call the court to schedule the new court date.
I have outstanding court fees. Do I still need to pay?The obligations of your court sentence are still in effect. Payments are accepted by mail, online at citepayusa.com or at the drop box. If you need additional assistance, please call the court.
My child was to complete a class and community service. What do we do now?The court has authorized all classes to be completed online and alternatives are being offered in lieu of community service. Please call the probation officer at 303-655-2320 to discuss your options.
What if I don’t want to plead guilty, I want a trial?At this time the court is unable to set any matter for trial, however, your right to a trial has not been waived. Once court resumes, you may discuss your case with the City Prosecutor and proceed to a trial setting if you so choose.
I have a pending criminal case. Will I get a warrant for not appearing?Any pending criminal case will be reviewed by the City Prosecutor to see if a plea by mail can be offered. All other cases will be reset to a future date. The court asks that you verify your mailing or email address to receive correspondence.
I have been ill or required to self-quarantine and therefore unable to comply with my sentence. What should I do?The court requests that you email a letter and doctor’s note to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be granted a continuance.
- Speedy trial will be tolled on all cases effective immediately and will recommence upon Order of the Court.
- All Court ordered NCTI and ISAE classes may be completed online.
- Restitution will be reserved in all cases for 9l days. The 91-day period will start upon disposition/resolution of the case.
- Cases will be rescheduled to a later date when court sessions resume.
- The Court will take judicial notice of the registry of action, case management computer entries, notes inthe Court file and/or the record to establish identification of the defendant as the individual who receivedcommunication from the Court regarding any action taken on the case.
If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact the Municipal Court at 303-655-2064 or email@example.com.
Due to continued spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) cases in Colorado and several positive cases in Adams County, Brighton City Council approved a resolution March 14 declaring a local disaster for the City of Brighton. This declaration will remain in effect until it is determined by City Council to be no longer necessary.
The local disaster declaration allows for the city to activate response and recovery plans and to effectively acquire and deploy federal, state, and county resources to support the Brighton community.
Regarding COVID-19 and the city’s water and wastewater operations, the coronavirus has no impact on the quality or supply of your tap water. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking-water supplies. Based on current evidence, the risk to water supplies is low and Americans can continue to use and drink water from their tap as usual. As required for all municipal water systems, the treatment processes used at the Water Treatment Facility removes or destroys 99.99-percent of all viruses.
For more information, visit the EPA’s COVID-19 and drinking water web page.
We are evaluating all classes and programs to see if they can be resumed or held in an abbreviated way at a future date. As those decisions are made we will post the information on our website. Participants may call the Recreation Center at 303-655-2000 at any time if they wish to receive a refund or household credit.
We can extend your membership to reflect the closure, issue household credit to be used for further purchase, or issue a prorated refund.
We will issue a prorated household credit or refund.
In response to the COVID-19 disaster declaration and the significant financial impact to Brighton residents, City Council voted to temporarily reduce water rates, extend the deadline for payment, and suspend late fees through the month of June. Brighton utility customers will not receive a bill for the next several weeks but instead will see a combined single bill due in June incorporating these reduced rates. This applies to both residential and non-residential customers. Below are some important changes to your next utility bill:
Customers who on average use 5,000 gallons of water per month will see a savings of approximately $45 on their combined April/May bill. While customers will not have a bill due until June, payments may still be made monthly if preferred.
In addition to the rate reductions, City Council approved changes to Brighton’s Water Assistance Program to help residential customers who need temporary financial assistance to pay their water bill. Residents who qualify may receive up to a $300 credit on their water bill. Visit www.brightonco.gov/assistance to apply.
For questions regarding these upcoming changes or for more information on the Water Assistance Program, please call 303-655-2004.
Yes, Brighton’s Water Assistance Program provides residential customers with temporary financial assistance to pay their water bill. Residents who qualify may receive up to a $300 credit on their water bill. Visit www.brightonco.gov/assistance to apply.
Drop-in Child Care provides supervised child care for children six months through seven years of age.
Child Care costs $3.00/hour per child to use.
Child Care was designed to help support the fitness classes and is offered during the high-use hours of the Fitness program. The service is offered Monday through Saturday mornings and Monday through Thursday evenings for ages six months through seven years.
Yes, all of our Personal Trainers are certified through nationally accredited associations.Please contact 303.655.2228 for more information.
If your child is age 12 years and up they may attend the fitness classes with you. Some classes allow age 8+ with an adult. These are noted on our paper schedule with a ** next to the class. The paper schedules can be picked up at the front desk. Or, you can check our Kid Fit Schedule located on the website.
Yes, we offer FREE weight room orientations. Please contact the Fitness department at 303-655-2228 to schedule.
Funshine 2020 starts on Monday, June 1.
Regular Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Extended Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
No. We offer the two options; it is not a flexible time.
We don't offer any discounts for shorter attendance.
If you prefer, you can sign up for the 8-week program and only have your child attend on the days most convenient for you, but there will not be any price changes.
No, there is no discount.
Funshine 2020 will be located at Northeast Elementary, 1605 E Longs Peak St.
We will be housed inside the school. Entrances will be clearly marked and easy to find.
Swim at least once a week. Arts, crafts, active game, team building, STEM activities. Field trips are on Thursdays (no field trip the first week).
Swim lessons will not be offered this year.
Field trip information will be available at the Parent Night. Afterwards, it will be posted online, as well.
Camp T-Shirts will be handed out on our first field trip day.
Yes. Supply your own sunscreen, however, our counselors must hold onto it so please label clearly.
Medication must be turned in to our Nurse by Parent Night. Counselors are certified to administer medication.
No. We are required to have a new CDPHE form annually, completed by your physician.
Yes, Funshine is a State Licensed program and required by law to abide by all rules and regulations set forth by the state. Therefore, all paperwork must be verified and submitted before your child can participate or attend the camp or camp activities.
Yes, state licensing requires our staff to get cleared through the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, the FBI and the TRAILS system. In addition, the City of Brighton runs a separate background check before we hire any staff.
Yes! Returning for a second year, our Counselor in Training program. Visit our CIT page for more information.
Yes, you may go to www.citepayusa.com to pay with your credit or debit card. There is a 5.95% transaction fee that will be assessed by the vendor.
If you have paid your ticket off, but the DMV claims they have not received a clearance, then you may request for us to mail it again to the DMV or you may come to the clerk's window and request a certified copy to take to the DMV.
If you have a question about your case, you may direct it to the court clerks or raise the question at your appearance in court. The judge is not permitted by law to discuss the case prior to trial or a plea.
One, the Judge may have ordered a warrant to issue. There are two ways to deal with this. You may post your bond and receive a new court date. Or, you can come on one of our Walk-In Warrant hearing dates in order to take care of your case without having to post bond. See our calendar for the next Walk-In Warrant date.
Second, the Judge may have found you Guilty By Default. This means that your failing to pay prior to your court hearing and your subsequent failure to appear is interpreted by the Court as an admission of guilt to the charge on your summons. You must pay the fines plus any additional court costs ordered by the Court within 10 days of your court date in order to avoid an OJW hold being placed on your license. Alternatively, if you can show good cause as to why you failed to appear or pay prior, you may ask the court to set aside your default and grant you a new hearing date. (See FAQ for more information)
You may appear as a walk-in on a scheduled court date at 8:00 am or 1:00 pm to see the judge and quash your warrant. Your warrant will remain active until you appear.
If you have an outstanding warrant with the Brighton Municipal Court and would like to receive a new court date, you must post bond by cash or with a professional surety. There will be a $20.00 processing fee charged in addition to the bond amount, and you will be processed by the police department. You may post the bond with the court Monday – Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm or the police department from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. The police department is also available on Saturday and Sunday from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. Credit cards are not accepted.
Yes, your accident report is available from the Brighton Police Department. Please contact the Police Department regarding the procedure to request this report.
We currently offer shelter reservations at these parks:Benedict Park, Brighton Park, BJAA Park, Carmichael Park, Dewey Strong Park, Donelson Park, Farmers Park and Pheasant Ridge Park.
Bounce House permits will only be issued at the following locations:Benedict Park Shelters 2, 3 & 4Brighton Park Shelters, 1, 2, 3, & 4Carmichael Park Shelter 1
The municipal code for trees and shrubs is located in the document Chapter 8: Health and Safety (PDF).
How do I plant a tree around utility lines? Overhead Lines Overhead utility lines are the easiest to see and probably the ones we take most for granted. Although these lines look harmless enough, they can be extremely dangerous. Planting tall growing trees under and near these lines will ultimately require your utility to prune them to maintain safe clearance from the wires. Trees which must be pruned away from power lines are under greater stress and more susceptible to insects and disease. Tall growing trees near overhead lines can cause service interruptions when tree contact wires. Proper selection and placement of trees in and around overhead utilities can eliminate potential public safety hazards, reduce expenses for utilities and their rate payers and improve the appearance of landscapes. Underground Lines. The biggest danger to underground lines occurs during planting. Before you plant, make sure that you are aware of the location of any underground utilities. To be certain that you do not accidentally dig into any lines and risk serious injury or a costly service interruption, call 1-800-922-1987 or visit Utility Notification Center of Colorado first. Never assume that these utility lines are buried deeper than you plan to dig. In some cases, lines are very close to the surface.
Some work that would not require a permit includes, but is not limited to: interior painting, decorating, carpet or flooring, cabinet work, exchanging light fixtures when wiring will not be altered, sheds less than 120 square feet.
The Recreation Center offers many types of admission fees including daily passes, 15 visit punch passes, quarterly passes, and annual passes.
Refund Policy for City of Brighton Recreation Center Programs & ActivitiesRefunds will be made according to the following guidelines:? No cash refunds. ? If class is canceled by Recreation Center: 100% refund? Refund requests must be received 5 business days prior to start of the program. ? Refunds of $25 or less will be issued as household credit only. If participant cancels: refund will be assessed a $5 service fee per activity unless refund is issued as a household credit.? Refund request after the program has started: NO REFUNDS, except due to illness.? Credit may be given if the participant is unable to participate due to illness. A doctor’s statement must be presented in order to receive credit due to illness.
Session C of swim lessons, Sessions A, B, and C of CARA swim team (including swim meets), and Masters swim team practices are canceled. Lifeguard Training is postponed and the new dates will be announced as soon as they’re determined.
Session C of swim lessons and all Lifeguard Training classes will receive a household credit for the full cost. CARA Swim Team and Masters will receive a pro-rated household credit for the weeks that will be missed. If you prefer a refund instead of a household credit, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you do not have a doctor’s note, you must cancel at least 5 days before the start of lessons. You will not receive a refund after this point. If your total is less than $25, you will receive a household credit which can be used for future registrations. If it is more than $25 you can be refunded. There will be a $5 per activity fee charged for this process. This policy is the same for all activities in the Recreation Center.
You may join anytime if there is space! CARA swimming fills up extremely fast. Pay close attention to registration dates to make sure you can register.
Age Days Dates Time Session
We offer private and semi-private swim lessons for purchase in sets of 4 or 8 lessons. Private Swim Lessons – 4 lessons $100, 8 lessons $200 Semi-private Swim Lessons – 4 lessons $60, 8 lessons $120. It is well worth the money! Your child will advance in their swimming ability much faster with private lessons than with group lessons.
Please enroll your child in the proper level. If there is no room in the correct level and you insist on putting them in swim lessons, please enroll them a level down. If they are in a class above their ability, they will not learn and they will also hinder the rest of the class.
It is recommended when enrolling your child that you enroll them in the same level twice until they graduate for the next level. If we can’t move them to the correct class, the instructors are capable of working with them at their ability level.
If you would like to request a swim instructor, private lessons are the way to go. We do not take requests for group lessons.
If you haven’t been told recently by a swim instructor where to place your child, please contact aquatic management at 303-655-2213. Brochure descriptions are a good guide for placement. It is good to know that children don’t usually just move up a level after each session. Sometimes it takes more than one class, and each child moves at their own pace/ability.
You can register online, register by phone at 303-655-2200, or you can come into the Recreation Center to register in-person.
Please call Megan Thompson (303) 655-2225 or email email@example.com. The front desk customer service reps can also provide information to you
Packet pickup will be on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 19 and 20, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Brighton Recreation Center. Packets WILL NOT contain your bib. Bibs will be available race day from 7 a.m.-8:29 a.m. Your bib is also your chip!
A pond serving a large commercial district will likely require more maintenance than one serving an established neighborhood, and a pond in a prominent location in the development will require more frequent collection of trash. Maintenance considerations for a wet pond will need to focus on floating litter, scum and algal blooms, shoreline erosion, possible unpleasant odors and mosquitoes, as well as more difficult sediment removal. Maintenance considerations for a dry pond will concentrate more on mowing to control the vegetation and frequent removal of the trash, debris and clippings that may clog the outlet/trash rack. Maintenance will always be needed; if maintenance is not done, or not done frequently enough, or properly, a false sense of security exists for the pond’s temporary storage abilities during a large storm event, and its pollutant removal abilities during a typical runoff event.
Routine maintenance includes: ?Inspections: Periodic scheduled inspections with a specified checklist, and inspections after major rainfall events, to check for obstructions/damage & to remove debris/ trash. ?Vegetation Management: Mowing on a regular basis to prevent erosion or aesthetic problems. Limited use of fertilizers and pesticides in and around the ponds to minimize entry into pond and subsequent downstream waters. ?Trash, debris and grass clippings Removal: Removal of any trash causing obstructions at the inlet, outlet, orifice or trash rack. ?Mechanical Equipment: Inspection & repair of any valves, pumps, fence gates, locks or mechanical components. ?Structural Component: Inspection of the outlet, inlet, orifice, trash rack & trickle cannel.
Non-routine maintenance includes:?Bank erosion/stabilization: It is critical to keep effective ground cover on all vegetated areas. All areas not vegetated should be re-vegetated and stabilized immediately ?Sediment removal: Every year, the accumulated sediment should be removed from the bottom of the outlet structure and the pond depths checked at several points. If the depth of the accumulated sediment is greater than 25% of the original design depth, sediment should be removed. ?Structural Repair/Replacement: Eventually the outlet structure or other structural components like the trickle channel or trash rack will need repair or replacement. ?Spill Clean-up: Removal of contaminated soil.
At the present time, we can only take VISA or MASTERCARD payments over the telephone.
The City of Brighton Utilities Customer Service division recently activated a new feature for how we process check payments which are mailed in. All payments are now going to a centralized PO Box in Denver for processing. This added feature, called LockBox, will increase processing time and allow for payments to be applied to utility accounts in an expedited fashion. Also, if you pay through your financial institution through online bill pay, the payment may now be processed electronically instead of generating a check that is ultimately sent via USPS to the City.
Several factors can contribute to an increase:
The City of Brighton Utilities Department’s residential sewer/wastewater rates include both variable and fixed charges. The variable charges are calculated using winter quarter averaging (WQA) to determine the volume charged on residential wastewater bills for the 12-month period beginning in May of each year. The amount of water a household uses in the winter months is totaled and divided by the three months collected. This results in an average wastewater usage for each residential property.
The winter months are used calculate the WQA because indoor water usage is usually at its lowest during these months. These charges are calculated from usage in November, December, and January, but reflected on the December, January, and February statements. The WQA is calculated each April and will be seen on the May statements. This charge will remain until recalculated and applied the following May.
The Storm Drainage Maintenance Fee is not a charge based on water consumption, but is a flat rate charge for all residential, commercial, industrial and institutional properties annexed to the City.
Utility bills are automatically allowed a 5 calendar day grace period past the due date listed on the bill. A late charge of $10 will be added to your account if your payment is received after the grace period has passed. A courtesy letter is generated and sent to customers when late fees are incurred. If utility bills are not paid in full, shutoffs may occur.
When you make a payment through your bank, they take the funds out of your account immediately, but the bank then processes a paper check and mails it to us. It can take up to 10 days for us to receive that payment.
If you pay your bill later than the "Due Date" on the bill, your payment will not show up on the next bill. Call us and check to make sure that we did actually receive your payment.
If your property is located within the City, storm water runoff from your property is being managed by some or all of the stormwater systems that are already in place. The runoff from your property (rain, snow, irrigation water, etc.) is transported to our waterways via the stormwater system. Storm inlets and ponds, as part of the stormwater system, are designed and built in low areas. If you follow the flow of water leaving your property, you will find a storm sewer inlet that is servicing your area. Further, the City is required to maintain the MS4 program (Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System), and we do a diligent job in ensuring stormwater regulations and quality standards are fully met.
This new app allows you to:
-Pay with a credit card, checking account, etc.
-Sign-up for paperless billing
-Never miss a bill again with Auto Pay
-Update your payment information
-View your billing and payment history
-Receive up-to-the-minute account alerts
For more information visit www.xpressbillpay.com, call 1-800-766-2350 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
No, conveniently receive your water bill and reduce paper waste with E-statements. Statements will be sent directly to your email inbox, without the hassle of a paper bill. To receive your bill via E-statement, submit your email address to the Utility Billing Department in one of the three following methods: 1. Call us at 303-655-2009 2. Email us 3. Stop by to see us in person at City Hall (500 S. 4th Avenue, Brighton, CO 80601)Once we have your email address, your next bill will be generated as an E-statement.
Yes, sign up for Budget Billing. This option aims to keep your bill uniform for every billing cycle for the coming year. New homeowners may apply based on previous annual average consumption at their current address. Budget billing generally is re-adjusted every March and is calculated by using the previous 12-month average bill. Residents are encouraged to call to have their account added to the Budget Billing list. Accounts must be added by Dec. 31 and bills will be re-adjusted March of the following year
1. Air Gap Separation (AG)An AG is a physical separation between the supply pipe (or faucet) and the flood level rim of its receptacle.
2. Pressure Vacuum Breaker (PVB)The components of a PVB valve are: two independently acting valves (check valve & air valve); test cocks & 2 shutoff valves. This valve is commonly used for irrigation systems.
3. Double Check (DC) ValveThe components of a DC valve are: 2 single check valves, test cocks & 2 shut-off valves. This valve is commonly used to protect against low to medium hazard installations such as firefighting systems which does not use toxic additives.
4. Reduce Pressure (RP) ValveThe components of a RP valve are: 2 single check valves, 1 relief valve, test cocks & 2 shut-off valves. This valve is commonly used to protect against high hazard installations such irrigation systems that use chemical additives; or firefighting systems that use toxic additives (antifreeze).
The Storm Drainage Connection Fee is essentially a one-time fee that is assessed when a piece of property is first developed and is based on the type of usage planned for the property.
The City of Brighton Storm Drainage Maintenance Fee is a monthly fee paid by every owner of residential, commercial, industrial and institutional properties located within the City limits. This fee is calculated, billed and collected directly by the City of Brighton.
The South Beebe Draw Metropolitan District Storm Sewer Maintenance Charge is an annual fee paid only by owners of residential, commercial, industrial and institutional properties located within the District’s boundaries (areas east from Tower Rd) This fee is calculated, billed and collected directly by the District.
We offer a wide variety of activities and classes for both age groups and have divided them to make it easier to address. If you cannot find information under one section, please try the other as some programs have overlapping ages.
Parks and playgrounds are once again open. Please be sure to follow Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment guidelines while out recreating.
We have T-Ball, Youth Soccer, Pee-Wee Soccer, and Adult Softball.
T-Ball- Registration Closes July 6
Youth and Pee Wee Soccer- Registration Closes July 11
Adult Softball- Registration Closes July 13
Yes. We will issue household credits for all canceled programs. If you would like a different accommodation or a refund, please email email@example.com
A volunteer coach who is assigned to the team will contact you at the contact information you provide. It is important that your phone number and email are up to date in our system. If you have not heard from a coach a week prior to your first game please reach us at 303-655-2200
You can register in person at the Brighton Recreation Center, 555 North 11th Ave, in Brighton, via phone at 303-655-2200 during regular business hours and online. Online Registration
Programs are offered for ages 4-17. Please follow this link to see what Youth Sports we offer: Youth Sports
You can begin by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, stopping by Brighton Recreation Center, or indicating on your child’s registration that you would like to coach. We are always looking for great coaches!
Absolutely! All of our volunteers are thoroughly screened for the safety of our participants. As an extra safety measure we also have all of our coaches complete a concussion training.