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The Holiday Light Tour Map is LIVE! Drive the tour, see the lights and vote for …

The Holiday Light Tour Map is LIVE! Drive the tour, see the lights and vote for ... 1

2020-12-09 12:59:29

The Holiday Light Tour Map is LIVE! Drive the tour, see the lights and vote for your favorite light display! The display with the most votes before Wednesday, December 30, 2020 at 5 PM will win a basket of holiday goodies. View the map here:
https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/9b4792f7364142c7b9922d530743ba30

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In honor of Community Risk Reduction (CRR) Week we are honored to announce that …

In honor of Community Risk Reduction (CRR) Week we are honored to announce that ... 2

2021-01-20 20:35:23

In honor of Community Risk Reduction (CRR) Week we are honored to announce that we have been selected to participate in the #NFPA Community Risk Assessment Pilot project. The District is honored to:

* Use data to gain insights about the people, places, and conditions that impact community safety.
* Drive impactful CRR initiatives to increase the safety in our community.


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Have you ever wondered about Dacono's roots? Dacono’s roots lie in coal min…

Have you ever wondered about Dacono's roots? Dacono’s roots lie in coal min... 3

2021-01-20 17:03:58

Have you ever wondered about Dacono's roots? Dacono’s roots lie in coal mining, farming, and the railroad. Early settlers in the area immigrated from Greece, France, Bulgaria, and Italy to work in the mines. The mining-era spanned from 1900 to the last 1970s. A railroad line was established in the early 1900s to take coal and produce to markets in Denver. Dacono once boasted the first railway depot in the area. When oil and natural gas were found in the early 1970s, the coal industry declined rapidly. Farming also made a substantial economic contribution to the Dacono area. Farmland primarily raised corn, grains, onions, pinto beans, potatoes, sugar beets, tomatoes, and wheat.

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Frederick Skate Park, CO

Frederick Skate Park, CO 4

2021-01-20 11:08:11

Thank you George for creating and sending us this video of the Frederick Skate Park! Being rad doesn’t seem to be temperature related. We hope all the dudes and dudettes are enjoying our new Team Pain Skateparks addition to the Frederick Recreation Area.
We’ve added some cool facts about the park design here: https://www.frederickco.gov/733/Skate-Park-at-Frederick-Recreation-Area

Frederick Skate Park, CO

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