Just as it was becoming clear the coronavirus pandemic would devastate city coffers, Boulder and Xcel Energy announced mid-May that discussions would begin to explore a […]
Downtown Boulder may look more like its “old self” this weekend – busy with diners headed to restaurants after a three-month absence due to COVID-19. KGNU’s […]
Slower speed limits are coming to Boulder’s residential streets. KGNU’s Roz Brown says Boulder City Council voted unanimously last night to limit speeds for cars making […]
Boulder residents were allowed to adopt Safer at Home measures last Saturday after six-and-a-half weeks under stay-at-home orders to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus. […]
As Boulder County prepares to transition into Colorado’s “safer-at-home” order this Saturday, public health officials painted a slightly brighter picture of the local COVID-19 status to […]
Boulder is expected to ease stay-at-home restrictions on May 9th, but the use of face coverings will be required inside local businesses. KGNU’s Roz Brown says […]
Boulder City Council received news about local cases of COVID-19 last night while also tackling what comes next after the statewide stay-at-home order expires at midnight […]
Hours before the Boulder City Council held its weekly virtual meeting last night, the city announced 700 employees would be furloughed at the end of the week due to economic fallout from COVID-19.