Be prepared for flash flooding, elevated groundwater levels, and hillside instability that may occur with spring runoff and precipitation.
The city is analyzing a variety of strategies to expand and preserve diverse, affordable housing in Boulder.
Learn about the city's efforts to bring clean, low-cost, reliable and local energy to the Boulder community.
The City of Boulder's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a six-year plan for physical improvements to public infrastructure.
Help us clean up Boulder Saturday, May 17, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. to noon.
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City of Boulder teenage residents who have done meaningful local volunteer work were nominated by community members for this award.
Yes! is proposed as free-standing aluminum letters, lit from within, with the light visible through perforations in the red surface. Yes! will be installed outside of the curved glass wall to the north of the Main Library’s entrance.
“Opportunity Knocks” will transform two to three on-street parking spaces into a temporary public space. The installation will include recycled windowed doors, benches, and landscaping to be used and enjoyed by people living, working and visiting our community.