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Work Continues on Gateway Project on Firestone Boulevard

Construction is in full force on Firestone Boulevard as crews work to create a prominent arterial gateway into the community. Sidewalks and curb and gutter have been installed from the Frontage Road to Bailey Street. Lane shifts have begun to direct traffic to the outside lane to begin installation of the center landscape medians. Read on

Historic Firestone Water Line Project to Begin This Fall

Designs for the Historic Firestone water line project have been completed and construction will begin the week of Oct. 5 on phase one of the water line replacement and street repairs. This fall crews will replace the water lines on Grant Avenue from First Street to Fourth Street, and also on First Street from Grant Avenue to Buchanan Avenue. Read on

Firestone Police Department Plans for Halloween Safe Night on Oct. 30
Halloween is getting bigger this year with the Firestone Police Department’s 16th Annual Halloween Safe Night event moving outdoors. The event will take place on Oct. 30, 2015, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Firestone Regional Sports Complex, 6850 Tilbury Ave. Read on
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Residents Reminded to Register with CodeRED for Emergency Alerts When there is an emergency in your neighborhood, how will you know what action to take to keep yourself safe? If you are registered with CodeRED through the Weld County Regional Communications Center, you will receive emergency notifications. Read on

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Road Work Continues Oct. 15 on Firestone Boulevard, Locust Street Beginning Oct. 15, milling will begin on Firestone Boulevard between Frontier Street (CR 15) and Locust Street (CR 19), as well as a one-mile stretch of Locust Street. A 2.5-inch overlay will be put down the week of Oct. 19. Alternative routes suggested. Read on

Firestone Art & Music Show Reception Set for Oct. 10 The Firestone Art & Music Show is set to occur in October 2015 with artwork from more than 25 Carbon Valley artists on display throughout the month. A reception is set for Oct. 10 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Carbon Valley Regional Library. Read on

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