Boulder, Colorado

Boulder Strong Resource Center Relocated to 2935 Baseline Road

The Boulder Strong Resource Center now located at 2935 Baseline Road. The #BoulderStrong Resource Center (BSRC) is a place of healing and support for those impacted by the Boulder shooting. The BSRC is open to all and is staffed by knowledgeable, compassionate and caring professionals, including therapists provided by Mental Health Partners.
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City of Boulder to Host Free COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics June 27 and July 3

Clinics will be held Sunday, June 27 and Saturday, July 3. On these days, morning clinics will take place at Crest View Elementary School, located at 1897 Sumac Ave., from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Afternoon clinics will be held at Orchard Grove Mobile Home Park, located at 3003 Valmont Rd. from 3 to 6 p.m. The Pfizer vaccine will be provided. All community members are invited to these clinics, including those with teenagers and families with children ages 12+.

Temporary Boulder Strong Tribute to Open Next Week

The next evolution of the temporary Boulder Strong tribute area will begin next week. This tribute area, located at 3600 Table Mesa Drive, has been in place since the March 22 Boulder Shooting. The intent of the area is to honor the victims of that tragic day and to continue to provide a space for the community to come together and heal.

City Releases 2022 Health Equity Fund Request for Proposals

The City of Boulder’s Health Equity Fund (HEF) offers annual, competitive funding for health equity programs benefitting those at increased risk of diseases related to consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages, or who are experiencing other systemic health inequities. The Health Equity Fund utilizes revenues collected from the Sugar Sweetened Beverage Product...

Boulder Announces City Attorney Finalists and Invites Community to Meet Them

The City of Boulder has selected two finalists in a nationwide search for a new city attorney: Breena Meng and Adam Mingal. “It was a very difficult decision narrowing down the list of highly qualified applicants, but we are thrilled to announce these two outstanding finalists,” said Council Member Rachel Friend. “We are excited for our community to meet the finalists next week and welcome their input on the candidates.”

Broadway and Rayleigh Intersection Reconfigured to Reduce Right-Turn-on-Red Crashes

Making right turns on a red light can present safety challenges, particularly at intersections where vehicles and bicyclists cross at the same time. This was the case at the Broadway and Rayleigh intersection near the entrance of the National Institute for Standards and Technology, where 16 crashes have occurred over the last 10 years, many of them involving right-turning vehicles colliding with crossing bicyclists and pedestrians.

COVID-19 Recovery Center Closes June 30 After Assisting More Than 300 Individuals

The COVID-19 Recovery Center (CRC) opened March 20, 2020, to provide people experiencing homelessness and COVID-19 symptoms with a socially distanced space to recover. As COVID-19 vaccinations have become widely available and public health restrictions have eased, this once critical tool to reduce the spread of the virus will close its doors. It was one of the first programs in the nation to create a non-medical space designed for individuals with little to no housing resources.

City Seeks to Connect People With Unclaimed Checks

The City of Boulder is notifying the community of unclaimed checks (called intangible unclaimed property) issued by the city to people and organizations. As authorized by city code (BRC 2-2-18), property that goes unclaimed for more than six months is considered abandoned. At the end of the six months any...

City Secures $100,000 Grant for Bioenergy-Biochar Work

Boulder also selected as one of 10 global cities to submit biochar project proposal to Bloomberg Philanthropies. The City of Boulder was recently awarded a substantial grant for its carbon drawdown and sequestration work, alongside an invitation to secure additional funding through Bloomberg Philanthropies. Building on the city’s legacy as...

City of Boulder to Host Free COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics in June

The clinics are 100% free and no insurance, ID or pre-registration is required. All community members are welcome. The first clinic will be held today, Thursday, June 3 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. This 100% free clinic is located at 1300 Canyon Blvd. downtown near the bus station across from Civic Park. At this clinic, the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be offered to community members ages 18+.

Boulder Starts Pride Month With New Flag Inclusive of Transgender People and Communities of Color, Gives Away Free Rainbow Flags

On June 1 — the first day of Pride Month — city and Out Boulder County representatives raised a new, more inclusive Pride flag on Pearl Street. The new Progress Pride Flag places a greater emphasis on inclusion by adding black and brown stripes to represent LGBTQ+ communities of color, as well as the pink, light blue and white used on the Transgender Pride Flag. This flag will be hung at multiple other locations, including:

City of Boulder Memorial Day Closures on May 31

Most city facilities and services that are currently operating in a limited capacity due to COVID-19 will also be closed on Memorial Day, with the following exceptions. Recreation centers will be open to community members with both recreation facilities and outdoor pools ready for you to drop in starting Monday, May 31. Learn more.