Meet the City Manager: Philip Rodriguez

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A Q&A with Brighton City Manager Philip Rodriguez Offered by: City of Brighton Public Information Office Q. Why is transparency in government important? A. A key reason I chose to serve in local government is that I enjoy building community, and not just building any community, I strive to build an authentic community. However, I… Read more »

Small Business Saturday

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City of Brighton, Colorado Government and Greater Brighton Colorado Chamber of Commerce urges residents to Shop Small on Small Business Saturday!

Winter Is On The Way!

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Offered by: City of Brighton Streets Department That’s right, Old Man Winter is just around the corner and this winter may be shaping up to be whiter than in recent memory? The City of Brighton Street Department is ready this season for whatever old man winter can throw at us, dump on us or ice… Read more »

College Readiness Kickoff

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Juniors and Seniors Welcome! Parents encouraged to attend Chat with colleges, trade schools and apprenticeship programs FAFSA presentation in English and Spanish Get the Green by checking out local scholarships Eat at Simply Pizza food truck on us!

It All Grows in Brighton!

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Offered by: City of Brighton Public Information Office Given the right conditions, great things can grow. Things like shops, restaurants – even ideas! Here in Brighton, we’ve cultivated an environment that allows business and families to not only grow, but to flourish. To help promote the growing environment we’ve created, the city has partnered with… Read more »

Grow Healthy with Brighton

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Produce Grows in Brighton brought to you by Brighton Shares the Harvest and City of Brighton Here comes the harvest! As a city rooted in Agriculture, Brighton has been proud of its farming community from the beginning. Residents are well aware of Brighton’s impressive open space (Fifty percent of its land mass is not developed!),… Read more »

Agritourism: What It Is, and Why It’s a Big Deal

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Offered by Lulu’s Farm What is agritourism? Agritourism covers a wide variety of recreational, educational, and other leisure activities and services provided by farmers, ranchers, and food-based businesses that make up a local food economy. Those activities and services are then experienced first hand by consumers who value the activity or service they receive, and… Read more »

That Eighties Band

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That Eighties Band (80s Tribute Band) at Carmichael Park. This event will partner with the City Barbecue, also scheduled for this evening. Denver is home to That Eighties Band, one of the most popular 80s tribute bands in America. The group has performed at more than 1,200 concerts, corporate events and weddings. Past clients include… Read more »

Flix & Kicks: Finding Dory

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The City of Brighton will host its second year of “Flix and Kicks” concerts and movies in the park series this summer. New this year, the series will alternate park locations for its movies to bring the fun to all of Brighton’s neighborhoods. All concerts will entertain crowds from 7-9 p.m. with exception of July… Read more »

Celebrating Our 12th Anniversary!

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Offered by Susan Kline Hard to believe another year of our publishing The Brighton Buzz has passed, and we’ve been in business 12 years. Time fl ies so quickly and it’s amazing that our magazine keeps growing into its intended purpose… A resource for our readers for the betterment of their lives. As the area… Read more »