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  1. Youth Sports Complex

    Brighton Youth Sport Complex closure begins Aug. 20

    The City of Brighton will have a contractor laying several additional concrete walkways throughout the complex which will take about two weeks to complete. Read on...
  2. Photo courtsey Rich Vossler Photography

    Eagle View Adult Center offering class showcase

    To give its visitors the opportunity to learn more about the classes being offering this fall, Eagle View will host a “Back to School” Class Showcase from 9-11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 24, at 1150 Prairie Center Parkway. Read on...
  3. TrashBash

    Trash Bash returning in September

    Residents wishing to dispose of large items may do so from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sept. 14 and 15. Read on...
  4. VictimsServices

    Victim Services Unit hosting open houses to recruit volunteers

    The Brighton and Commerce City Police Departments are seeking highly motivated individuals to become Volunteer Victim Advocates. Read on...
  5. Touch A Truck

    Touch-A-Truck returning for second year on August 25

    Touch-A-Truck will be a fun day where kids of all ages get a chance to get behind the wheel, climb, and explore vehicles of all sizes and meet the people who operate them! Read on...
  6. Vision Zero

    Vision Zero survey results being implemented

    Public Works staff is currently replacing and installing upgraded signs in school zones and surrounding areas and parents can expect to see crews continuing to upgrade these signs throughout the school year at various schools in Brighton. Read on...
  7. Roofs

    Roof Permitting Update

    Due to the recent hail storm in the area, the City of Brighton has seen an unprecedented number of roof permit applications, with a continuous increase in the number of applications daily. Read on...
  8. BPD back to school

    Police prepare to go back-to-school

    Beginning on August 9th, BPD officers will be renewing their annual education and enforcement efforts to help remind drivers of the need for increased safety and awareness that the school-year brings. Read on...
  9. JackBajorek_web

    City Council hires city attorney

    Brighton City Council appointed Jack D. Bajorek City Attorney at the July 17 city council meeting. Read on...
  10. Road construction

    Major construction projects underway, alternative routes advised

    The City of Brighton is gearing up to start a number of major construction projects to improve the roadways we all use every day when driving around town. Read on...
  11. David Guo

    Director of Information Technology appointed

    City of Brighton City Manager Philip Rodriguez is pleased to announce the appointment of David Guo to serve as Director of Information Technology. Read on...
  12. Parklet

    Come enjoy downtown’s new parklet

    The Brighton community now has a new space to enjoy while spending time in historic downtown Brighton. Read on...
  13. Biz2

    Applications for projects still being accepted for Brighton Investment Program

    A business assistance program designed to help Brighton companies improve and enhance the work they do and the space they do it in. Read on...
  14. BRC front

    Brighton Recreation Center offering Monday classes for School District 27J students

    The Brighton Recreation Center has created special programming to accommodate School District 27J students who are looking for fun activities on non-contact Mondays. Read on...
  15. Woodruff

    Director of Public Works appointed

    City of Brighton City Manager Philip Rodriguez is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Woodruff to Director of Public Works. Read on...
  16. BYS recruitment

    Brighton Youth Commission looking for adult members

    The Brighton Youth Commission (BYC), is looking for two adults to join its mission of advocating for youth by providing them the opportunity to learn, lead, and serve through community outreach, service projects, and establishing youth-adult partnerships. Read on...
  17. Hail

    What to do with your hail damaged trees

    The hail storm that rolled through Brighton on Monday left many homes, cars and trees damaged. Many residents know what to do with their homes and cars that were damaged but the proper ways to care for your trees might surprise you. Read on...
  18. KBRI

    KBRI-8, Brighton’s community television channel, now in high-definition

    Comcast customers in the Brighton service area can view the city’s HD programming by turning to channel 881, if they have an HD subscription. This upgrade became available on Tuesday, June 5. Read on...
  19. MarkHeidt_Adco Grants_web

    City of Brighton awarded two open space grants

    The Adams County Board of Commissioners (BOCC) awarded the City of Brighton $554,800 in open space grants for two projects thanks to the voter-approved Open Space Sales Tax Read on...
  20. BLI_Winners

    Big Little Idea Contest winners announced

    The four winners of the Big Little Idea Contest were announced and recognized at the city council meeting on Tuesday, May 1. Read on...
  21. Paving_web

    Street Preservation Project starting first week in May

    The City of Brighton’s 2018 Street Preservation Project will begin construction the first week of May. Work will begin on Main Street north of Bromley Lane and will continue at designated areas until mid-November. Read on...
  22. garden

    Monthly gardening events planned for summer

    Adams County Master Gardeners will hold two monthly meetings: one every third Tuesday of the month at the Zion Community Garden, and the other will be on the fourth Thursday of the month at Northgate Community Garden. Read on...
  23. Coucil

    City Council adopts 2018 budget

    The Brighton City Council adopted the 2018 budget by an 8-0 vote at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. One council member was absent from the meeting. Read on...
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