Missing mail from Feather Ridge and North Creek recovered! Contact Mead Police Department with any questions: (970) 350-9600 (option #4 followed by #3)
The Mead Police Department has recovered missing mail from residents in North Creek and Feather Ridge. This is an ongoing investigation and we will be following up with residents over the next few days. Pleasecontact the Mead Police Department (970) 350-9600 (option #4 followed by #3) if you have information about mail theft or any questions regarding missing mail.
The Mead Messenger Special Edition is out now! Did you know that new development…
The Mead Messenger Special Edition is out now! Did you know that new development paid for 2 miles of road repaving?? Or that one of the 2021 town goals is to provide body cameras to all our police officers??Check out the special edition to find all the facts about our 2020 accomplishments, 2021 goals, and 2021 budget summary! You’ll also see quick links to our adopted 2021 Town Budget and the full End of Year Summary.
The new monthly sewer rates go into effect March 1, 2021 (seen on your April 202…
The new monthly sewer rates go into effect March 1, 2021 (seen on your April 2021 sewer bill). The adopted rate adjustment, an increase of 6 percent, is a result of the 2019 Wastewater Rate and Fee Study Report.
Town officials have set their sights on repurposing an iconic remnant of local a…
Town officials have set their sights on repurposing an iconic remnant of local agrarian history to expand recreational opportunities for Mead residents. On January 11, the Town Board voted unanimously topurchase the 16,000 square-foot pinto bean processing plant at 401 3rd Street, in the heart of Old Town Mead. The plan is to transform the long vacant, deteriorating buildings and the spartan one-acre site into a vibrant recreation facility, community hub and gleaming centerpiece for the downtown area. The Town of Mead is utilizing the Recreation Center Facilities Fund from impact fees to acquire the old bean plant. This restricted fund has been accumulating for years and can only be used towards a recreation facility. The Recreation Impact Fees were collected from new development for the sole purpose of building a recreation facility in Mead. Over the next several months staff will conduct community outreach to establish a priority list of features. To read the full news release go to: https://www.townofmead.org/boardoftrustees/page/ag-buildings-be-transformed-rec-facility
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