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Share your input about PSD priorities by serving on the DAC – four seats open!

Those who are able to share their time, talents and voices have an opportunity to support students and schools in a meaningful way as a member of the Poudre School District District Accountability Committee, which is looking to fill four open seats.

At the building level, each school has a School Accountability Committee (SAC) to assist in planning and evaluating instructional programs and quality improvement processes. Similarly, the PSD District Accountability Committee (DAC) is com...

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Get Your Green on the Plaza on October 8

Colorado State University is eager to begin charging forward into a new year of opportunities, excitement, and community. Join us on the plaza, 4-7 p.m. Friday, October 8, for live music, food trucks, and fun for the whole community. Walk around the plaza to view student entries that creatively display CSU’s Homecoming theme, “Charging Forward”, and cast your vote on entries in the following categories: Colors (Green, Gold & Aggie Orange), recycled/repurposed material creations, best i...

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Last Chance – Mary Kay End of Summer Sale

Hi everyone I am so excited about my end of summer sale and would love to have you help me with this.

This sale ends on September 30th. Contact Mary Kay Advanced Product Consultant and Fort Collins Chamber member, Karen Searle at (970) 402-7426 or visit her website here. 

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Lunch-n-Learn on Proposed Water Development Fee Increases – October 6, 2021

If you have plans to develop or redevelop a property, you won’t want to miss this online session. Utilities is proposing an increase of approximately 60%, or $68,200 per 325,851 gallons (or acre-foot) of use at the tap to the Water Supply Requirements (WSR) Cash-in-Lieu (CIL) Fee. In addition, the Utilities’ water, wastewater and stormwater plant investment fees (PIFs) are proposed to increase between 3-5%. Council is expected to decide about these changes on November 2 and 16, 2021. If appr...

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The Top Dog Finals at Odell – September 25, 2021

Do you want to see your dog crowned "Fort Collins Top Dog" and featured as the winner on the label of Odell Brewing Co beer? Here is the information you need to know!

We will be hosting this as a fundraiser for Northern Colorado Wildlife Center. Every participant will need to create a fundraising page and every dollar you raise will equal one vote for your dog. The top 15 fundraising pups will compete in-person at Odell brewery. We will also select one additional dog to round out the to...

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North College Bus Rapid Transit – MAX Extension Project

The City of Fort Collins is developing a future vision for transit service on North College Avenue from Downtown Fort Collins to Terry Lake Road. This study will explore bringing the MAX Bus Rapid Transit Route to North College Avenue.

Share your thoughts online in a mapping activity or two-minute survey, or join us for a virtual public workshop on September 21st (English) or 22nd (Spanish) from 6-7:30 pm.

Click here for more information...

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Avelo Airlines Adds Four New Popular Destinations from Los Angeles

One-way fares start at $39

Avelo Airlines, inspiring travel through everyday low fares, is expanding its service from Los Angeles with nonstop flights to four new destinations: Monterey, California; Fort Collins-Loveland, Colorado; and Provo and St. George, Utah. Avelo is the only scheduled carrier to fly nonstop between LA’s most convenient and popular airport — Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR) — and Monterey Regional Airport (MRY). One-way fares on this route start at $39*.

Avelo wi...

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City Seeks Additional Volunteers to Serve on Boards and Commissions

Applications are open for City of Fort Collins residents interested in serving on the City’s 25 boards or commissions and are due Sunday, October 10 by midnight. Board and commission members advise Council on issues related to housing, the environment, transportation, planning and development, human resources, utilities, and cultural and recreational services.

The Boards and Commissions Program was reimagined in April 2021, and City Council has since adopted several changes to increase acce...

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