Offered by: City of Brighton Communications Construction is underway for a new water project that will temporarily expand Brighton’s water supply sources. This project will accommodate summer irrigation demands, as well as fulfill a previous commitment to provide water to the residents within the Fuller Estates who don’t utilize wells. This project will impact traffic… Read more »
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Brighton Events Committee presents 2nd Annual Rock A Billy 50’s Day! Admission is FREE!
June 4, 2022 at Carmichael Park Food, Live Music, Beer Garden & Kids’ Fun!
Offered by: City of Brighton Communications Learn about the city’s history at the Brighton History Museum’s new exhibit “Splendid Valley and Brighton: Story of a Place” opening on Friday, April 1. The new exhibit will start with the area’s earliest inhabitants, exploring first the South Platte River Valley through successive waves of newcomers. Throughout the… Read more »
Offered by: City of Brighton Communications Brighton City Manager Michael Martinez was recently recognized as one of BizWest’s Notable Minority Leaders in 2022. This category recognizes leaders from a wide range of sectors who have demonstrated the power to advance their industries, workplace equality and civic engagement in our region. Martinez was nominated by Assistant… Read more »
Offered by: City of Brighton Communications To kick off the new year, the City of Brighton recently launched a website redesign that is easier to navigate, more efficient and visually-engaging for the public to use. The new www.brightonco.gov website features a modern look and user-centered layout focused on connecting city services and resources for community… Read more »
Offered by: City of Brighton Communications More than 200 pieces of artwork are now on display for the 2022 Eye for Art “Perspectives” show, with a public opening set for Friday, January 7 from 6 – 8 p.m. at Brighton City Hall (500 S. 4th Avenue). The show will feature the original artwork of 47… Read more »
Offered by: City of Brighton Communications and Utilities Department The holidays are near and that means homemade meals. But what do you do with your used cooking oil? Disposing it down the drain or toilet can coat sewers and cause “slow drains,” blockages, back-ups and even expose you to the pathogens in raw sewage…. Read more »
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