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.
As part of the coronavirus update to Boulder City Council last night, concerns were raised over too many people using open space trails – and what might need to be done to reduce the numbers.
Local health officials expect a surge in coronavirus cases in the coming weeks and briefed Boulder City Council members last night. According to KGNU’s Roz Brown, […]
An hour after the city of Boulder ‘s “stay-at-home” order took effect yesterday, Boulder City Council held its first-ever virtual meeting for an update from the […]
Boulder City Council held an emergency meeting last night to hear updates from local health officials and staff about COVID-19, initiate local closures, and decide how […]
It’s been nearly seven years since the 2013 historic flood killed four Boulder County residents, put many more in harms way, destroyed 350 homes and damaged […]
A hotel project on Boulder’s University Hill is set to move forward following a Boulder City Council study session last night. KGNU’s Roz Brown says while […]
Boulder City Council came down on the side of those experiencing homelessness last night with a unanimous vote to keep the city’s Severe Weather Shelter open […]