The dog park in Settlers Park will be closed until further notice. The Town has received concerns about the condition of the park due to the lack of pet owners picking up after their dogs and off-leash dogs outside of the designated dog park area.
The Town of Firestone and Carbon Valley Parks & Recreation District are actively looking at transforming the former Town Hall building, located at 151 Grant Avenue, into a dedicated Senior Center that would serve the entire District.
Although freezing drizzle is rare in Colorado, that thin glaze of ice on roads, sidewalks, and other surfaces has kept first responders busy. Please use extreme caution when stepping outside, and avoid travel as much as possible.
Board of Trustee Action Items from the Wednesday, January 12th Meeting. Remember, these are brief summaries intended to give residents a quick snapshot review of actions taken in the Board meetings.
The male caller tried to convince individuals that they had missed court and owed money. Please know that the Firestone Police Department will never call and attempt to collect money over the phone.
Combined, these two agreements represent the first tangible examples of the Water Action Plan’s implementation and the Town requiring growth and development to pay its way; in this case, with more than $11 million in new revenue.