Looking for safe ways to celebrate Labor Day? Try one (or all!) of these 5 City of Fort Collins favorites:
1️⃣ Explore the Butterfly House at the Gardens on Spring Creek 🦋
With visits limited to 10 people in timed intervals, you can get a near-exclusive view of 300+ butterflies and 100+ varieties of tropical plants. ➡️ fcgov.com/gardens
2️⃣ Ride miles & miles of FC Bikes trails 🚴🏼
There's a reason Fort Collins is a platinum bicycle community – we have seemingly endless trails connecting all of FoCo.
Pro tip: Use our low-stress bike networks if other trails are busy! ➡️ fcgov.com/bicycling/fort-collins-bike-network
3️⃣ Hike a Natural Area 🌾
Check webcams at popular areas before you go or venture to lesser known City of Fort Collins Natural Areas to have the trails to yourself – you have more than 40 Natural Areas to choose from, and they're all spectacular! ➡️ fcgov.com/naturalareas/status
4️⃣ Tour our public art 🎨
From murals to painted transformer cabinets to Pianos about Town (and more!), Fort Collins showcases local art around nearly every corner! Our Art in Public Places team even has maps of installations so you can create your own FoCo Art Tour. ➡️ fcgov.com/artspublic
5️⃣ Play a round of Fort Collins Golf ⛳
Our three City golf courses are great for getting outdoors & enjoying plenty of personal space and friendly competition. Cooling off with a clubhouse beverage after? Par for the course. ➡️ fcgov.com/golf
The City was proud to proclaim last week as Minority Economic Development Week ….
The City was proud to proclaim last week as Minority Economic Development Week 🎉. Gina Michelle, owner of Malama Massage & Bodywork (Malama Massage Therapy), represents one of the local businesses who accepted the proclamation. Gina is also a For Fort Collins ambassador who we've connected with marketers and mentors to help reopen her businesses strongly and safely during the pandemic.
Learn more about Gina, the For Fort Collins Ambassador Program and local businesses who are adapting to thrive at ForFortCollins.com.
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The compounded challenges of 2020 have impacted mental health across the board. Help is available here in our community. Check out this guide to find the right resources in Larimer County if you or a loved one needs help navigating a personal crisis.
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