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  1. utilities

    Council approves new Utilities Customer Assistance Program

    The city is partnering with Almost Home, Inc. on this new program and utility customers who qualify may receive up to $300 worth of vouchers per year to assist them with paying their utility bill. Read on...
  2. Summerfest

    Summerfest returning to Carmichael Park in June

    On Saturday, June 1, the City of Brighton will host Summerfest, one of Brighton’s largest community festivals. Read on...
  3. TrashBash

    Trash Bash to be held May 3-4

    The City of Brighton will once again offer its popular Trash Bash drop-off program for Brighton residents in need of large item disposal. Read on...
  4. SPEAK Logo

    Free suicide awareness and prevention education classes being offered as part of SPEAK Week

    On Monday, April 29 there will be two QPR classes open to the community at Historic City Hall. Read on...
  5. HelpForHomes

    Help for Homes seeking volunteers

    Help for Homes brings volunteers and neighbors together to paint or fix up homes for low-income seniors and permanently disabled members living in our community who cannot afford a commercial company to provide these services. Read on...
  6. CautionRaccoon

    Pet owners urged to vaccinate dogs and cats following Canine Distemper diagnosis in infected raccoon

    Canine Distemper is a highly contagious disease of carnivores caused by a virus that affects animals such as unvaccinated dogs, coyotes, foxes, skunks and raccoons, according to the Department of Wildlife. Read on...
  7. Depot

    Visitors Bureau and café looking to move into historic depot building in Brighton

    The City of Brighton is currently negotiating lease terms with the Greater Brighton Chamber of Commerce and Boxcar Bistro to co-locate at the historic depot on Bridge Street, and both occupants are expected to formalize a lease in the coming weeks. Read on...
  8. CAFR_Award

    City of Brighton receives financial reporting award

    The City of Brighton has been awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by GFOA for its comprehensive annual financial report. Read on...
  9. Cycling Studio

    Bilingual cycling now offered at Brighton Recreation Center

    International Spin Instructor Randy Duque has been teaching in Venezuela and Spain for many years and now he has brought his talents to Brighton. Read on...
  10. Full Moon Bike Ride

    Full Moon Bike Rides returning in 2019

    Six rides will be offered from April to September and are designed to be family-friendly rides. Read on...
  11. Garden in a box

    Garden In A Box kits now on sale

    Regardless of expertise, the program provides a significant water conservation tool in the form of a plant by number garden kit. Read on...
  12. HealingHearts

    Brighton Youth Commission recognized with Healing Hearts Award

    The Brighton Youth Commission (BYC) received the Pennock Center for Counseling Healing Hearts Award on Friday at the center’s annual Healing Hearts benefit event. Read on...
  13. HelpForHomes

    Help for Homes community project now accepting applications

    The Help for Homes (HFH) program brings volunteers and neighbors together to paint or fix up homes needing minor exterior repairs and perform general yard clean up. Read on...
  14. Art in the Park

    Art in the Park announces call for artists

    This one-day festival will give attendees the opportunity to visit the artist market, meet and talk with artists, enjoy music performances, artist demonstrations and children’s interactive art activities. Read on...
  15. New exhibit

    New exhibit opening at Brighton City Museum

    This exhibit opens to the public Friday, Jan. 25th and people are welcome to walk through the museum Tuesday-Friday from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Read on...
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