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Brighton encourages residents to get ready for winter

With snow predicted for this weekend, the City of Brighton encourages residents to take time now to winterize your home and vehicle to prevent expensive and time consuming emergencies later. Here is a great checklist to use to prepare for the approaching Colorado winter:
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Brighton PD: Crime statistics show drop in city-wide graffiti incidents since 2009

Brighton Police Department statistics show that a drop in reported cases of city graffiti has occurred since 2009 (675 cases). In 2012 only 125 cases have been reported.

Brighton City Hall closed for Veteran's Day, Monday, November 12th

As a reminder, City Hall will be closed for the Veteran’s Day holiday on Monday, November 12.We will re-open on Tuesday, November 13. Please have a fun and safe holiday.

Stephanie Hackett appointed Emergency Management Coordinator

The City of Brighton is pleased to announce the appointment of Stephanie Hackett to the position of Emergency Management Coordinator for the city and the Greater Brighton Fire District. In this role, Hackett will be responsible for establishing and maintaining progressive and proactive emergency response management programs in the event of a natural or man-made disaster....
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Brighton Economic Development Corporation and Brighton Urban Renewal to hold joint Award Gala

Brighton Economic Development Corporation (BEDC) and Brighton Urban Renewal Authority (BURA) are pleased to announce their upcoming joint awards gala November 16 to celebrate the 2011 economic development accomplishments and a decade of successful BURA redevelopment projects in Brighton. ...
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Theater of Science comes to Brighton Nov. 2

Bruce and Kitty Spangler of FutureQuest will bring their “Theater of Science” show to Brighton on Friday, Nov. 2. Two shows will be held at the Brighton Armory –5:30 p.m. and 6:45 p.m. Tickets are $2 for children 2 to 12 and $3 for ages 13 and older....
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The Brighton Youth Commission is hosting a Haunted House next weekend to benefit its efforts to impact issues related to youth in the Greater Brighton area. Don’t miss this fun event!

The Commission is accepting donations of Halloween items (scary masks, fog machines, strobe lights, candy) to help with the Haunted House. If you have items you’d like to donate, please contact Youth Services Manager Tawnya Russell at 303-655-2123....
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City Council adopts 2013 budget

The Brighton City Council adopted the 2013 budget by a 9-0 vote at tonight’s City Council meeting, approving $54,021,679 in operating, capital and utility (water and sewer) funds...
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Dan Swallow appointed Chief Building Official

The City of Brighton is pleased to announce the appointment of Daniel Swallow to the position of Chief Building Official effective Oct. 1...
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Brighton Police Seeking Information about Town Marshalls

In 2004 the Brighton Police Department began researching its past. We are now seeking descendants of former Town Marshalls in order to locate photographs to display at the police department. Town Marshalls have been identified from historical records. Former Town Marshalls we are seeking photos of are:...
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