"It’s important in 2020 and beyond to show that we are represented, contribute to the local economy, and are a thriving part of our community. Fort Collins is needing this showcase of diversity. It’s supposedly an “open-minded” town, so let’s promote what makes it so." -Saja Butler, owner of Urban Monk Studios
August is #BlackBusinessMonth 🎉 and we want to celebrate and support Black-owned businesses like Saja’s in our community. We recently talked with Saja about how she's pivoted her business model due to COVID-19 and how she hopes our community will support Black-owned businesses.
Check out the rest of our conversation with Saja at ForFortCollins.com/Stories. And please join us in celebrating our Black-owned businesses and showing that they are valued and vital to our community’s culture and our economy – tag your favorite Black-owned business in the comments and share what you love most about each business! #ForFortCollins
Firefighters were dispatched to 2649 E. Mulberry Street at about 5:30 this eveni…
Firefighters were dispatched to 2649 E. Mulberry Street at about 5:30 this evening on a water flow alarm. The first arriving engine saw smoke coming out of one of the units and called for a commercial structure response.
Once firefighters entered the unit, they found that a small fire, that…
Okay, we know Fire Prevention Week isn’t until NEXT week but we are just so exci…
Okay, we know Fire Prevention Week isn’t until NEXT week but we are just so excited to start spreading the word!
Cooking fires are the number one cause of home fires and fire related injuries which is part of why this year’s theme is “Serve Up Safety in the Kitchen”. Watch for these banners as they…
City Council Committee seeks community ideas, personal stories to shape scope of work || News
City Council established an Ad Hoc Community Impact Committee this summer to help ensure that the City is creating an environment that provides safety and equity for all Fort Collins residents.
The committee is looking for your personal stories and ideas for practices, programs, or funding shifts that can help better serve everyone in our community. Share your stories and ideas 👇🏾
The Fort Collins City Council established an Ad Hoc Community Impact Committee in June 2020. The overall purpose of the committee is to help ensure that the City is creating an environment that provides safety and equity for all residents. The committee is made up of Councilmembers Emily Gorgol, Jul…
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