1. City Holiday Hours

    City announces holiday hours in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

    Some facilities will be closed or remain open in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 18 Read on...
  2. 16th annual Martin Luther King Jr day celebration

    Lafayette Youth to Host 16th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

    On Monday, Jan. 18, community members will pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during the City of Lafayette’s 16th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration with a car parade and drive-in event. Read on...
  3. October Connection Newsletter

    January Lafayette Connection newsletter

    The Lafayette Connection newsletter, encourages residents to Be a Part of It and engage in information about Community Life, Healthy Lifestyles, and Sustainable Living in Lafayette. Read on...
  4. 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...
  5. City news 1.5.21_Council meeting recap

    What is City Council working on? Jan. 5 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...
  6. Boulder County

    State-funded small business COVID-19 grant relief program

    Select types of eligible small businesses can apply for a new grant program that is offered by Boulder County and funded by the State of Colorado. Apply by Friday, Jan. 29. Additional Info...
  7. Boulder County Public Health

    County moves to Level Orange on state COVID-19 Dial

    Residents invited to sign up to be notified when COVID-19 vaccine is available for their group. Additional Info...
  8. new utility rates

    New utility rates effective Jan. 1, 2021

    The total billing impact for all three utilities will be approximately $3.50/month for the typical customer. El impacto total en la facturación de los tres servicios públicos será de aproximadamente $3.50 al mes para el cliente típico. Read on...
  9. 2020 Year in Review

    Lafayette 2020 year in review video

    Take a look at the City's 2020 successes by viewing our annual video production. Acompáñenme a repasar los éxitos que obtuvimos en 2020 viendo nuestra producción de vídeo anual. Additional Info...
  10. CARES Grant City News

    $200,000 in grant funding for local artists and arts organizations.

    Now accepting grant applications for Coronavirus aid to be awarded to local arts-related nonprofits and individual artists. Read on...
  11. Public Art Grant

    Public Art Grants available

    The 2021 Public Art Grant application is now available. Grants support engaging art projects in Lafayette public spaces and is for community members, groups, or organizations looking to contribute. Read on...
  12. Farmers market curbside pickup

    Lafayette Farmers Market

    The Lafayette Farmers Market now operates year round and will continue to serve the community of Lafayette for a weekly Thursday pickup. Order a farm fresh box with seasonal favorites and new add-ons available each week. Additional Info...
  13. BOCO COVID update

    Weekly virtual COVID-19 updates

    Boulder County Public Health will host a weekly COVID-19 update every Wednesday at 3:30pm that includes the latest pandemic information and an opportunity for residents to ask questions. Additional Info...
  14. Lafayette awards over $464,000 in second small business grant program

    Lafayette awards over $464,000 in second small business grant program

    The Small Business Sustainment Grant Program is intended to provide short-term bridge funding for Lafayette small businesses seeking relief options. Read on...
  15. Community Message

    Community Message from Fritz Sprague Lafayette City Administrator

    Mensaje del Administrador de la Ciudad Fritz Sprague Read on...
  16. Share your Input

    What do you think of the 2020 refreshed website design?

    The City would like to hear your input on the new website design refresh. Complete our survey to share your thoughts. Take the survey
  17. Follow the Legacy Lafayette Comp Plan news graphic

    Follow the progress of the Legacy Lafayette Comprehensive Plan

    Watch the upcoming Planning Commission and City Council workshop on Jan. 25 Read on...
  18. City of Lafayette Logo

    Sigue el progreso del Plan Comprehensivo “Legacy Lafayette”

    Este proceso de planificación integral está creando un mapa para el futuro de la comunidad. Read on...
  19. COVID-19

    Rise in new COVID-19 cases moves Boulder County to more restrictive level

    El aumento en Casos Nuevos de COVID-19 mueve a el Condado de Boulder a un nivel más restrictivo. Additional Info...
  20. 2021 annual budget graphic

    City Council adopts the 2021 Budget

    The upcoming year's spending is focused on long-term strategic plans, City Council goals, and responsibly aligns revenue sources with costs Read on...
  21. 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...
  22. Notice of Security Breach

    Notice of security breach for City of Lafayette residents, employees, and customers

    This public notice is intended to advise residents, employees, and customers of an incident involving a cyberattack on the City of Lafayette’s computer network system. Read on...
  23. News Release

    Cyberattack causes City computer outage

    In the early morning hours of July 27, a ransomware cyberattack on the City’s computer system disabled network services resulting in disruptions to phone service, email, and online payment. Read on...
  24. City of Lafayette Logo

    Declaration of Local Disaster Emergency

    On Aug. 3, City Administrator Fritz Sprague enacted a Declaration of Local Disaster Emergency in response to a cyberattack that caused an outage of City computer infrastructure Read on...
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  26. Join a Board or commision

    Have a positive impact on your Lafayette community!

    Help guide the future of your community by serving on a City Board or Commission and see positions that are currently open. These committees typically meet once per month. Read on...
  27.  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...
  28. COVID-19

    COVID-19 - Coronavirus Information

    View COVID-19 city closures, up-to-date information, and connections to Boulder County Department of Health and State of Colorado resources. Additional Info...
  29. Watch the COVID-19 Q&A video featuring Mayor Jamie Harkins

    Watch the COVID-19 Q&A video featuring Mayor Jamie Harkins

    Unete a Jamie Harkins, Alcaldesa de Lafayette, mientras te explica las mejores práticas y preguntas frequentes acerca de el virus COVID-19. Read on...
  30. COVID-19

    La información de COVID-19 está disponible en español

    La Ciudad tiene información y varios recursos de COVID-19 disponibles en español en nuestra página. . Read on...
  31. Declaration of Local Disaster Emergency

    Declaration of Local Disaster Emergency regarding COVID-19

    On March 17, 2020, the Lafayette City Council adopted and incorporated a Declaration of Local Disaster Emergency in response to the imminent threat and widespread effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  32. Lafayette-Listens

    Check out Lafayette-Listens.com

    Provides residents with an innovative and convenient way for community members to share ideas, ask questions, provide input, and learn about ongoing projects. Read on...
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  34. 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...
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