Mon, Oct 26 ALERT: Clerk & Recorder offices, including Motor Vehicle, will open on a normal schedule at 8 a.m.
Following CU’s delayed start, our @CUBoulder UMC Vote Center will open at 10 a.m.
All other Vote Centers open at 8 a.m. This includes: Boulder Elections office, Longmont, Lafayette, and…
Looking for more regular updates on COVID-19 and a chance to ask questions of lo…
Looking for more regular updates on COVID-19 and a chance to ask questions of local experts? Here’s a great opportunity starting next Wednesday!
Boulder County Public Health will begin hosting a weekly COVID-19 update every Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. The first update will be next week on Wednesday, Dec. 9. These updates will give us an opportunity to share updates and answer questions from the community. Visit www.boco.org/COVID19CommunityUpdates to learn more. #covid19
Mental Health Partners (MHP) is offering free, virtual events on coping skills,…
Mental Health Partners (MHP) is offering free, virtual events on coping skills, information, and hope during COVID-19. Individuals and communities have reported increased mental health concerns, such as anxiety, stress, burnout, and fear, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on all areas of daily lives. In response, MHP is offering a variety of free, virtual events for community members to receive support and resources, as well as build key coping skills during this challenging and unprecedented time. The first event this month is tomorrow. Registration for all events is now open! Events are open to all to receive support. http://ow.ly/Jixl50CAUkk
Sheriff Pelle rescinded the Level 2 Fire Restrictions that were in place for unincorporated areas of western Boulder County. Increased relative humidity, cooler temperatures and shorter days have decreased fire danger.
Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, along with federal, state and local partners, will continue to work together to evaluate conditions and the need for any future restrictions.
Residents are reminded that although the fire restrictions are not in effect, there are still permit requirements in place for slash burning and broadcast burns, also known as prescribed fires. Permits are available online at: www.bouldercounty.org/safety/fire/burn-permits/. Agricultural burns and campfires are now allowed and do not require a permit.
For current closures and shooting restrictions for United States Forest Service properties, please visit the following website: www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/arp/alerts-notices.
Boulder County COVID-19 status is at Level RED: “Severe Risk.” Learn more in English and Spanish. See graphic for details.
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