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    Funshine Summer Camp registration begins Feb. 6

    Brighton Funshine Summer Camp is a state-licensed summer day program offered to children ages six through 12. The camp runs June 1 through July 24, Monday through Friday .at Northeast Elementary School. Read on...
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    Council approves special election for Ward 2 City Council vacancy

    City Council approved a resolution tonight calling for a special mail ballot election to fill the Ward 2 City Council vacancy. Read on...
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    Youth summer internship and city employment launch coming February 8

    This event is to help young people wanting to find a summer job get prepared to enter the workforce. Read on...
  4. News Flash Nuggets Skills Challenge

    Results are in from the Denver Nuggets Skills Challenge held in Brighton

    More than 70 participants from the Brighton area participated in the Denver Nuggets Basketball Skills Challenge Competition on Dec. 14. Read on...
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    City’s RO Water Treatment Plant receives Fluoride Award from CDPHE

    The City of Brighton was one of 18 water facilities to receive the award for 2018. Read on...
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    Update to Land Use and Development Code going into effect Jan. 1, 2020

    The Land Use and Development Code serves as the primary tool to establish the Be Brighton Comprehensive Plan, and its impact will be accomplished over a long period of time. Read on...
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    Online walking tours now offered for Historic Downtown District

    The tour includes some historic photos of what buildings downtown used to look like and offers some information on many of their histories. Read on...
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    City Council adopts 2020 budget

    Brighton City Council adopted the 2020 budget by an 8-0 vote on Tuesday. The vote approved $139,047,768 across all 15 of the city’s operating, capital and utility funds. Read on...
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    Survey looking into history of commercial properties in Brighton now complete

    This survey was created to record the history and architectural styles of residential and commercial properties in the Brighton Subdivision. Read on...
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    Call for nominations for the Adams County Mayors and Commissioners Youth Awards

    Each year, this program recognizes young people in grades 6-12 who have overcome personal adversity to create a positive change in their own lives or for those around them. Read on...
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    City Council approves contract for forensic audit of Utilities funds

    Brighton City Council approved a resolution last night awarding a contract to Two Hills Accounting & Consulting for a forensic audit. Read on...
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    Council approves changes to utility rates

    The reduced rates go into effect with utility bills issued after Jan. 1. Read on...
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