1. BBRC Closure_newsflash

    Beginning at 6pm on May 20, the BBRC will close and resume operations on May 24

    Due to a surge in staff COVID cases, the recreation center will close in order to deep clean the facility and conduct additional staff testing Read on...
  2. Hands in the shape of a heart with the City of Lafayette logo in the middle

    What do you love about Lafayette?

    What inspires you to live in Lafayette - and love where you live? Share your thoughts through May 31 and enter for a chance to win $50 in Chamber Bucks. Let us know what you think...
  3. updated request to delay irrigation

    Updated request - Delay and save

    By delaying the use of sprinkler systems, you can save money on your utility bill and help the City conserve up to 8 million gallons of water a day Read on...
  4. Conservation Tip of the Week lawn mower

    Water conservation tip of the week

    Let grass grow longer before cutting it. A taller lawn provides shade to the roots and helps retain soil moisture so your lawn requires less water. Learn more...
  5. May 17 Council meeting recap. Bike at Yarrow Park

    What is City Council working on? May 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...
  6. wildfire awareness_controlled burn torch can in open space

    Wildfire awareness and Open Space

    Learn about wildfires, the steps Lafayette is taking to protect the community and Open Space, and what residents can do to be prepared Additional Info...
  7. South Boulder Road Multimodal Improvement Project map showing a traffic shift westbound

    New traffic configuration on South Boulder Road

    Starting Wednesday, May 11, westbound South Boulder Road traffic will have one through travel lane and one left turn only travel lane. Read on...
  8. Three examples of improvements

    Deadline extended for grant funding to help preserve your historic home or building

    Grants are available for up to $2,000 for Lafayette buildings 50 years or older. The money can be used to support maintenance, repair, or restoration. Apply by May 23...
  9. Stop sign covered by branches

    Maintaining visibility at intersections

    Trimming bushes, grasses, or other plants improves visibility and makes intersections safer Read on...
  10. Thumbnail of the cover of the May edition in English and Spanish
  11. Illustration of a house -we&#39re listening and want to hear from you. visit lafayette-listens.com

    Short-term rental considerations for new zoning regulations

    Review the project and share your thoughts to help determine the conditions under which short-term rentals could be allowed in Lafayette. Read on...
  12. News Flash announcing application process for Project Hopscotch Scholarship

    Lafayette Urban Renewal Authority announces the Project Hopscotch Scholarship

    Applications are now open through May 31 for Lafayette resident high school students to apply for a $2,000 Project Hopscotch Scholarship. Read on...
  13. Illustration of a home with defending lines for home ignition zones

    May 7 is National Wildfire Community Preparedness Day

    Take action to learn about risks and how to protect homes again the threat of wildfires Read on...
  14. Picture of Z standing against a brick building

    Introducing the City’s new poet laureate

    Mayor Mangat and City Council appoint the City’s new Poet Laureate, “Z.” Read on...
  15. apply today city advisory board

    Have a positive impact on your Lafayette community!

    Serve on one of these Boards and Commissions: Human Rights, Planning, Cultural, Arts Commission and Public Art, Historic Preservation, Waste Reduction, or Senior Advisory Board Read on...
  16. Picture of Jessica Watkins at NASA

    Lafayette City Council declares April 19 as Astronaut Jessica Watkins Day in Lafayette, Colorado

    (April 27-updated launch info) Astronaut Watkins considers Lafayette her hometown and is set to make her first trip to space as the first Black woman to complete an extended space mission. Read on...
  17. Hydrant flushing graphic with white hydrant and blue background.

    Routine fire hydrant flushing to run through May

    Flushing water lines is part of the City’s regular preventative maintenance program to provide optimal water quality levels and ensure hydrants are operational Read on...
  18. Boulder Small Business Development Center logo

    Cities of Lafayette and Louisville collaborate to support small business

    Boulder Small Business Development Center now offers additional support and services tailored for Lafayette and Louisville businesses. Read on...
  19. Sidewalk Repairs in white on bottom, photo showing construction workers pouring concrete

    Citywide concrete maintenance to begin April 18

    As part of the 2022 Concrete Improvements Project, Public Works will be working with Keene Concrete to perform a variety of prioritized concrete maintenance projects citywide, including repairs to sidewalks, ramps, drainage gutters, and curbs. Read on...
  20. Art Night Out in Lafayette 2022

    Art Night Out is back - and better than ever!

    Art Night Out is back this summer and you can be part of this fun event by volunteering. Read on...
  21. NewsFlash Tier 2 Water notification graphic

    Tier 2 water regulation violation notification | Notificación de infracción

    Your drinking water has been, and continues to be safe for consumption. The City could not provide documentation showing backflow inspections, and was issued a violation which resulted in the following letter mailed to Lafayette residents. Read on...
  22. City of Lafayette named 4th safest small city in Colorado

    City of Lafayette named the 4th safest small city in Colorado

    MoneyGeek analyzed crime statistics and the City of Lafayette was named 4th safest small city in Colorado with a population between 30,000-100,000 View additional recognitions...
  23. Waste Services News_News flash graphic

    Three Cart Program - proposals simplified | Programa de los tres carros: propuestas simplificadas

    We’ve simplified information to help you better understand the waste hauler proposals. City Council will resume discussions at the April 5 meeting. Read on...
  24. 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...
  25. 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...
  26. 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...
  27. 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...
  28. Vaccine newsflash
  29. computer and cell phone with the man in blue icon and the Audio Eye accessibility toolbar icon

    New website accessibility tool

    We're working to ensure all community members, including people with disabilities, are able to access City information and have a positive user experience. Additional Info...
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