Boulder on Thursday announced that it will extend its business recovery program through Oct. 31, or until emergency orders limiting indoor dining capacity are lifted.
Boulder is moving toward including a new statement regarding decorum during Boulder City Council meetings and implementing new procedures for handling incidents deemed disruptive.
Boulder City Council after hours of discussion on Tuesday opted to continue enforcing the city’s camping ban with its current resources until a special meeting can be scheduled for further...
Boulder City Council heard an update on the changes that 2020 brought to the Regional Transportation District and how they might affect residents.
Boulder may choose to put more resources toward managing encampments of people experiencing homelessness.
Those walking the South Boulder Creek path may have noticed spray-painted messages.
Eco-Cycle, the nonprofit that operates the Boulder County Recycling Center, has noticed an increase in recycled cardboard from online shopping and takeout containers from ordering food from restaurants.
The Boulder Police Department’s response to homelessness and encampments drove the conversation in a Thursday morning town hall hosted by the department.
Boulder County is this year distributing $3.2 million through the Worthy Cause Pool Fund, a sales tax approved by voters to support capital projects at nonprofit human service agencies.
Starting Thursday, 18 people will interview for a spot on Boulder's first community police oversight panel, according to a city news release.