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The City of Brighton has issued a boil water advisory notice to all Brighton residents effective immediately due to a violation of the maximum contaminant level for E. coli in the drinking water. E. coli are bacteria whose presence indicates that the water may be contaminated with human or animal wastes. Microbes in these wastes can cause short-term effects, such as diarrhea, cramps, nausea, headaches, or other symptoms. They may pose a special health risk for infants, young children, some of the elderly and people with severely compromised immune systems. The symptoms above are not caused only by organisms in drinking water. If you experience any of these symptoms and they persist, you may want to seek medical advice from your health care provider. People at increased risk should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers.
The City of Brighton and the Armory Performing Arts Center are pleased to announce the inaugural Brighton Film Festival to be held at the Armory Oct. 4 and 5, 2013. The theme of this year’s festival is “Your Ten Minutes.”...
Is your family prepared for an emergency that can last hours, days or even weeks? The Brighton Office of Emergency Management is partnering with the American Red Cross to bring parents, children & families together to learn emergency planning and disaster preparedness skills through a series of workshops this summer. All workshops are family-friendly and include activities, demonstrations and take home materials and are geared to specific emergencies we can face here in Colorado. ...
Wastewater Daily average Plant Influent Flow is 1.944 million gallons per day. Watershop Collections Back-up – 205 S. 8th Ave – sewer back up jetted, roots and grease in line. Ongoing projects – Assisted with Libretto Project- 24” raw water line. Special Projects – 25th & Egbert – Storm water overflow, system inundated with snow melt. Utility Locating – Responded and marked 76 utility locate requests....
New 2013 Patrol Vehicles – The police department will be purchasing three new Ford Interceptor sedans and one Interceptor Utility (pictured below) in 2013. The Interceptors have full-time all-wheel-drive, 305 HP V6 3.7 liter engine and six-speed transmission. The vehicles are expected to be delivered this Spring.
The City of Brighton is pleased to announce an increase in the number of housing permits issued in 2012 when compared to the previous year. In 2012, Brighton issued 391 permits, up from 57 permits in 2011, 51 permits in 2010 and 37 permits in 2009. ...
Watershop Utility Locating – Responded and marked 27 utility locate requests Emergency Call-outs – Responded to 8 after hour call outs Water Main Breaks – 12th & Bridge St. – repaired water line break Collections Back-ups - 1282 Strong St. - possible sewer back up – City issue N. 11th Ct. & 12th Ave.- Sewer back up...
The Brighton Housing Authority scored a 104% in reporting to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for our Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program for the month of December 2012....
Help for Homes for Seniors and Disabled Homeowners Brothers Redevelopment (BRI) staff and staff from Eagle View Adult Center have set the date for Brighton’s Help for Homes. The event will take place on Saturday, May 4. BRI received $10,000 funding from The Brighton Legacy Foundation for the project. Applications are being developed now and will be available for distribution on February 21. Completed applications will be due by March 27. BRI will then determine which homes meet the qualifications and Eagle View staff will recruit teams. It is our hope that volunteer teams will be able to complete 15-20 homes....
S t r ee t s Street Capital Project New shop floor has been completed by the contractor and the floor will be sealed next week. The fleet shop operation area will be expanded into this area and Street personnel are in the process of refurbishing and relocating operations to the vacated parks shop area....
- Reel History - A Free Film and Discussion Series - October 10
- U.S. 36 Express Lane Project Impacts
- Colorado Continues The March Forward To A Clean Energy Future
- The Toxic Substance of Colorado's Governor -- An Opinion Article
- Brighton's 'Agfinity' Takes a Stand to End World Hunger through Sponsorship of "Drive to Feed"
- A Record 22 Museums to Open their Doors for FREE in Denver’s Night at the Museums
- "It's time to Celebrate" - the parting words of Adams County Human Services Director, Dr. Donald Cassata
- Dan Swallow appointed Chief Building Official
- '20 Questions' for Adams County Prosecutor & DA Hopeful, Dave Young
- Colorado Rapids, Community mourn the passing of Marisa Colaiano