1. 25th Annual Oatmeal Festival graphic

    Plan to attend the annual Lafayette Oatmeal Festival on Jan. 8

    The Lafayette Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the Oatmeal Festival is back in 2022! Join them on Saturday, Jan. 8 for the annual breakfast (at a new location) and a virtual 5K. Event details...
  2. Sister Carmen truck picks up donations at the Lafayette Public Library curbside dropoff

    Donate food and essential items at the Lafayette Library

    We are making it easy for you to donate to Sister Carmen Community Center this holiday season and beyond! Read on...
  3. Spot the elf in Old Town

    Spot the Elf in Old Town

    Stop by participating Old Town merchants to pick up a passport book and start spotting elves! Turn in your completed booklet by Dec. 19 to be eligible for prizes. Additional Info...
  4. Santa with badge and bag

    Brighten a Lafayette child's holiday with a new toy or cash donation

    The Lafayette Police Department is once again organizing the Santa Cop program. This program coordinates gift donations for families in need in our community. Read on...
  5. Person Shopping with Holiday Gift Bags

    Holiday season crime prevention tips

    Consejos de prevención del crimen durante la temporada festiva -- During the holiday season, crime can have a slight increase. Be aware of risks so you can better protect yourself. Read on...
  6. Construction Update newsflash

    S. Boulder Road Multimodal Improvement Project

    This multimodal improvement project will enhance safety and multimodal travel for all users along the S. Boulder Road corridor from Saratoga/Merlin to 120th St. Read on...
  7. Newsflash 111621_Council meeting recap Bob Burger Recreation Center photo

    What is City Council working on? Nov. 17 meeting recap

    Stay engaged and keep informed of the issues your Lafayette elected officials are working on by following the City Council Meeting Recap. Additional Info...
  8. ebilling graphic

    Sign up for utility eBilling

    Receive your City utility bill quickly, more securely, avoid hassles and delays associated with paper bills and mail delivery, and reduce environmental impacts. Learn more...
  9. Community Message News Flash

    An election follow-up message from City Administrator Sprague

    The November 2 election yielded very positive and inspiring results for the City of Lafayette – thank you to all Lafayette residents who took time to vote. Mensaje de la comunidad - versión en español a continuación Additional Info...
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    Xcel Energy natural gas project on Public Road - Nov. 2 update

    The project is currently in the restoration phase of construction. This involves millling the pavement and repaving with new asphalt. Work will invlove rolling lane closures. Read on...
  11. apply today city advisory board

    Have a positive impact on your Lafayette community!

    Serve on one of these Boards and Commissions; Cultural Arts, Public Art, Historic Preservation, Human Rights, Senior Advisory, or Waste Reduction Read on...
  12. COVID test locker newsflash

    Free COVID test kits available at the Lafayette Library

    Community members can pick up free, at-home COVID test kits (subject to availability) from a secure locker. Read on...
  13. Snow Removal Volunteers

    Snow removal volunteers needed

    Looking to make a difference in your community? Lafayette Senior Services is looking for volunteers to assist with snow removal for disabled or older adults in need of help. Read on...
  14. Street sweeping_News flash graphic of a street sweeper

    Fall street sweeping to begin the week of Nov. 1

    As Public Works begins the annual fall street-sweeping process, residents are reminded to observe temporary "No Parking" signs to allow sweeping of parking and gutter areas. Read on...
  15. city hall reopening news flash

    City Hall has reopened for public access

    Building hours are Monday through Thursday from 9am to 2pm. Masks are required in all indoor public buildings, including City Hall. Read on...
  16. oil and gas news_News flash

    Proposed oil and gas regulations

    New oil and gas regulations have been drafted to replace the City’s current regulations. Learn about the proposed regulations and review the updates. Learn more...
  17. Vaccine newsflash

    Local and regional vaccination resources | Recursos locales y regionales de vacunación

    Walk-in clinics at LaMont Does Park on Sept. 11, and Festival Plaza on Sept. 18. Read on...
  18. boulder county newsflash

    Help for residents following the end of eviction protections

    Boulder County residents are encouraged to reach out for assistance as COVID-19 emergency help expires Additional Info...
  19. BCPH news flash

    Masks required in all indoor public spaces

    Se requieren máscaras en todos los espacios públicos interiores Read on...
  20. Resolution 2016-96

    Equal protection under the law

    In Dec. 2016, the Lafayette City Council adopted Resolution 2016-96 affirming the City’s commitment to ensure equal protection and services for all residents and to build a diverse, inclusive, and just community. Read on...
  21.  No toleramos y no toleraremos actos de racismo, opresión, intimidación, acoso, prejuicio o discrimi

    A statement from the Lafayette City Council

    affirming the need for racial equity. Una declaración del Ayuntamiento de la Ciudad de Lafayette afirmando la necesidad de equidad racial Read on...
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  23. Ride Free Lafayette

    Ride Free Lafayette

    There’s a new way to get around the City of Lafayette, and it’s free to use! A free, on-demand, door-to-door bus service that connects people to places within the City of Lafayette. Read on...
  24. Designated Curbside Pickup Zones

    Designated curbside pickup zones

    Support Lafayette local businesses by ordering curbside pickup. We now offer designated curbside pickup parking spots in Old Town Lafayette with 10-minute public parking spots. Additional Info...
  25. water metro newsflash

    North Metro water suppliers urge residents to implement water reduction actions

    We are urging residents to consider ways to reduce water use at their home or business as spring and summer approach. Read on...
  26. Shop local

    Shop local Lafayette

    Lafayette businesses are vibrant pillars in our community. Many have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic and need our continued support to keep their business thriving. Read on...
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