Residents in the flood-ravaged town of Lyons have voted against a plan that would take away some open space to provide for affordable housing.
A bipartisan group of Colorado senators have rejected a proposal to limit the government seizures of private land for open space.
Parks and trails devastated by last fall’s record flooding are getting a second chance thanks to a $13 million grant. More than a dozen projects are benefiting from the funding.
Elected officials in the city of Boulder are considering a plan to test dog poop for DNA so the dog owners can be tracked down.
It’s land meant for the public to enjoy, and tax dollars keep it maintained, but Eagle County says too many people are using it as a trash dump.
Broomfield officials are working to remind pet owners that small dogs near open spaces are easy prey for coyotes.
An attorney for the owner of a 26-square-mile ranch in northern Larimer County says she has paused her previously announced intention to donate the land to the county.