The Wellington Public library and its’ staff would like to say thank you to the community we serve, our faithful patrons, and the Town of Wellington for the amazing support this year. It has been a challenging year, but we flourished by being in it together. Thank you. May you have a peaceful and safe holiday season as we look forward and welcome 2021!#gratitude #wellingtoncolorado#coloradolibraries#coloradobookstagrammer #cometothelibrary #happyholidays2020 #welcome2021
CU South Annexation
Changes are being considered at the CU South property and we want to hear from you!
The University of Colorado Boulder is seeking to annex land it owns near Table Mesa Drive into the City of Boulder, anddonate about 80 acres of that land to the city for improved flood mitigation and for open space. We want to know what you think should be included in the annexation agreement.
Learn more and take the questionnaire by Feb. 15.
Jan. 15 County Road 9 Barn Fire – Wellington Fire Protection District
Around 8:30 p.m. on January 15, Wellington Fire responded to a structure fire on N. County Road 9, north of Wellington. When Engine 16 arrived on scene, they saw a barn approximately 1,000 square feet in sizefully engulfed in flames. Firefighters began a defensive attack on the fire to prevent it from spreading to a nearby home and field. Additional personnel and a water tender were requested from Poudre Fire Authority due to the lack of fire hydrants in the area. Firefighters from both agencies were able to control the fire shortly after arriving on scene. Firefighters with Wellington remained on scene overnight to put out hotspots and monitor for any flare-ups.
Three people were inside the barn when the fire started. Everyone was out of the building when Engine 16 arrived on scene. One person was transported to a local hospital by UCHealth with injuries. Two others were evaluated and released at the scene. The cause of the fire is unknown, and the investigation has been turned over to Wellington Fire investigators.
This afternoon we celebrated the graduation of Driver/Operators J. Birnie, S. El…
This afternoon we celebrated the graduation of Driver/Operators J. Birnie, S. Elder, M. Manzo, and N. Schneeberger after completing Poudre Fire Authority Acting Captains Academy. Over the past week, theylearned everything from handling personnel issues to being the lead incident commander. They also learned how to operate new tools and technology they do not use in their currents roles as driver/operator.
We are so proud of you! We are excited to see you continue to grow and develop your skills as leaders in our organization. We’d also like to thank our partners at PFA for including us in this valuable training opportunity.
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