Boulder County cone zones: Nov. 22, 2019
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Boulder County cone zones: Nov. 15, 2019
Longmont and the Regional Transportation District have tentatively come up with a price tag for continuing to provide free bus rides on local RTD buses within the city.
The Board of County Commissioners are making a major change in Boulder County government's organizational structure, creating a new county administrator's position to oversee and supervise several departments' day-to-day operations.
Road work around Boulder County
As of Friday morning, the Boulder County Clerk and Recorder's Office had received 37,188 completed ballots from county residents eligible to vote in this fall's election.
The Boulder County Democratic Party has contracted with two Longmont residents to direct the party's outreach to the county's Latino community.
Gov. Jared Polis congratulated Longmont Wednesday for its ongoing work to recover from the September 2013 flood and its preparations to prevent or at least reduce destruction during future floods.
As of Friday, Boulder County had received 20,508 completed ballots, according to the latest daily turnout statistics posted Monday by the Clerk and Recorder's Office.
Voters in Boulder and Weld coutines can get text, email and telephone message notifications about the status of their 2019 ballots.