You prune. We chip. The City of Centennial is partnering with Jacobs, Terracare Associates and South Suburban Park and Recreation District to host a free City-wide tree recycling Saturday, April 30 from 8 a.m. to noon (chippers will be shut off at noon sharp). There will be two locations where...
City of Centennial Earns Sixth Consecutive Exceptional Workplace Award!. The City of Centennial has earned the prestigious 2022 Gallup Exceptional Workplace Award– continuing its consecutive streak as a six-time winner and the only governmental entity ever recognized. Only 41 organizations receive this distinction world-wide. For over a decade, the...
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The City of Centennial’s Community Grant Program is in full swing. Last year, the City launched a Community Grant Program to provide an opportunity for residents to apply for financial support to improve community engagement, neighborhood identity as well as enhance and foster neighborhood collaboration. Two community grants were made available: Neighborhood Engagement Grants and Large Community Improvement Grants. Building on the success of last year’s grants, the City is offering both grants in 2022. Starting today, proposals for the Neighborhood Engagement Grant will be accepted until funds are exhausted. As a reminder the City has been accepting proposals for the Large Community Improvement Grant since March 1 with the deadline of April 17 quickly approaching.
Centennial seeks public review and comment on the draft 2040 Transportation Master Plan Update. In 2021, the City of Centennial began the process of updating its Transportation Master Plan (TMP). The 2035 TMP aimed to develop a unified vision to support a balanced, connected, and sustainable transportation system in the City. Since the development of the previous Transportation Plan, the range of mobility options and the need for more interconnected and responsive alternatives has evolved. The City of Centennial needs to prepare for changing transportation needs, priorities, and technologies while maintaining its innovative spirit.
Centennial High School Seniors: Apply Today for Youth Achievement Awards: Up to Four Recipients Will Receive $1,000k College Scholarship!. Graduating high school seniors residing in the City of Centennial are invited to apply for the City’s Youth Achievement Awards, a scholarship program presented by the City of Centennial and Jacobs, the City’s public works and code compliance provider. Up to four $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to be applied toward college tuition, fees and course enrollment.
Last year, the City of Centennial launched a Community Grant Program to provide an opportunity for residents to apply for financial support to improve community engagement, neighborhood identity as well as enhance and foster neighborhood collaboration. Two community grants were made available: Neighborhood Engagement Grants and Large Community Improvement Grants. Building on the success of last year’s grants, the City is offering both grants in 2022. Proposals for the Large Community Improvement Grant will be accepted starting March 1.
Centennial Invites Businesses to Join Spark Centennial Experience Accelerator. Six-month program inspires— and helps fund —development of unique customer experiences. The City of Centennial announced the launch of the 2022 Spark Centennial Experience Accelerator program, an incubator program to assist local businesses with attracting new customers, increasing sales and building engagement with the community through for-sale customer experiences. Local businesses are invited to register for the program by March 18 at centennialco.gov/spark.
The City of Centennial continues to clear snow on the major roadways throughout the City and will initiate residential plowing after midnight. The standard for residential plowing is to clear off any loose snow and plow it to the side of the road which unfortunately may go onto sidewalks and driveways. Even after a plow has been by, the street will likely remain snow packed. You will not see bare pavement. For additional information about the City’s snow and ice plan visit centennialco.gov/snow. If you have questions or concerns about the snow on your street you may call 303-325-8000. Thank you for your patience!
Reconstruction of the bridge on Arapahoe Road, east of University Boulevard is scheduled to begin this week. This reconstruction project will:. Replace the existing bridge with a wider and taller structure. Improve pedestrian access over and around the bridge. Make improvements to the Big Dry Creek drainage and waterway system.
Last year, the City of Centennial launched a Community Grant Program providing an opportunity for residents to apply for financial support to improve community engagement, neighborhood identity as well as enhance and foster neighborhood collaboration. Two community grants were made available: Neighborhood Engagement Grants and Large Community Improvement Grants. Building on the success of last year’s grants, the City is planning to continue both grants and include a training opportunity for residents to learn more before applying for the Large Community Improvement grant.
In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Centennial City offices including Municipal Court will be closed Monday, January 17. City Offices will reopen at 8 a.m. Tuesday, January 18. The City of Centennial values kindness, integrity and diversity in order to build a strong, unified and inclusive community in...
Our thoughts are with everyone who has been impacted by the fires in Boulder County and we know so many want to help. For those seeking to help, there is a need for direct cash assistance to aid the emergency response and support the victims. Donations should be directed to:
Christmas Tree Recycling and Mulch—Don't throw away your Christmas tree; give it another life by recycling it!. The City of Centennial, Arapahoe Park and Recreation District and South Suburban Parks and Recreation District are providing residents with an opportunity to appropriately and safely dispose of Christmas trees. Starting Sunday, December 26 through Friday, January 14, 2022 you can dispose of clean, non-ornamented, non-decorated Christmas trees seven days a week from sunrise to sunset at the two Centennial locations listed below. Artificial trees will not be recycled.
This is copy of a project update provided by Xcel Energy to citizens impacted by the Greenwood to Denver Terminal Project. To receive these updates directly, you can sign up here. Issue: 17. Provided by: Xcel Energy. Segment 1 Restoration. Putting things back the way we found them is important...
The Centennial City offices, including municipal court, will be closed Friday, December 24 and Friday, December 31 in observance of Christmas and New Year’s Day. City offices will re-open at 8 a.m. Monday, December 27 and Monday, January 3. Have a happy and safe holiday!
The City of Centennial is currently accepting applications to serve on various Boards, Commissions and Committees. New appointments for eight of the 10 groups will be made at the end of March 2022, and selected applicants will begin serving their terms in April. Applications are being accepted for the Audit Committee, Budget Committee, Board of Review, Election Commission, Investment Commission, Open Space Advisory Board, Planning and Zoning Commission and Senior Commission. Applications for these eight are due no later than 5 p.m. on February 25, 2022.
The City of Centennial is undergoing a branding process to help communicate who we are as a community, where we are today, and where we're going in the future. We are checking in with you - our residents, business owners, neighbors, and visitors - to confirm we're moving this in the right direction and collect additional insights. Thank you for taking the time to participate. This survey will be open until through December 17, 2021.
With COVID-19 hospitalizations surging in Colorado, the Board of Health of the Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) voted Monday during a special meeting to issue a public health order requiring masking in all public indoor spaces in Adams and Arapahoe counties. The public health order will be in effect Wednesday, November 24, 2021, through January 2, 2022, and thereafter until staffed ICU beds availability is above 10%. Currently staffed ICU bed availability in the North Central Region that covers Adams and Arapahoe counties is 5.8%.
11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Centennial Center Park Amphitheater (north end of park) Thank you to participating school groups: Dry Creek Elementary, Homestead Elementary, Peabody Elementary, Peakview Elementary, Newton Middle School, Arapahoe High School, Amplified Arts and the Metropolitan Academy of Dance. Thank you to our event sponsors: Centennial Hospital,...
The Centennial City offices, including municipal court, will be closed Thursday, November 25 and Friday, November 26 in observance of Thanksgiving. City offices will re-open at 8 a.m. Monday, November 29. Have a safe holiday!