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Public Works will be conducting pressure testing in the Silver Peaks Booster Station on Monday, December 11, 2017 at 10:30 a.m. Residents of Silver Peaks may experience reduced water pressure or complete loss of pressure between 10:30 am to 12:00 noon.
Final results from Weld County for the 2017 Coordinated Election.
The Town of Lochbuie recently updated and adopted its Comprehensive Plan, which provides the framework that guides future development. The Land Development Code and Zoning Map were also updated.
If snowfall is predicted to exceed two inches, Town crews will plow and treat Priority 1 and Priority 2 routes, beginning when two inches of snow has accumulated.The Town uses de-icing materials and anti-icing techniques including; Ice-Slicer/Abrasives wh...
Public Works will be repairing a fire hydrant valve beginning at 8 AM Friday October 27, 2017. Residents on Cherry Street between Locust Avenue and Lilac Drive may experience interruptions in water service between the hours of 9 AM and 3 PM. If you have a...
If you notice a street light is out please contact United Power, they appreciate your help identifying street lights that are out. You can call 303-631-1350 or make a report online at http://www.unitedpower.com/report-street-light-problems/
The Town will be conducting testing of the main water line at Silver Peaks on Friday, October 20th, residents may experience temporary loss of water pressure between 11:00 AM -11:30 AM.
The Town Hall was designed to achieve LEED certification, the certification is awarded to buildings that are resource-efficient and cost effective. The Town of Lochbuie recognizes their duty to the residents to protect the environment while promoting sust...
The funds were made available through the capital construction shortfall fund which was created years ago to assist in the building of new schools in Lochbuie and is based on new home permitting.
This requirement is part of the National Primary Drinking Water Regulations. The Town of Lochbuie provides water to all residents and wanted you to know where your water comes from, what it contains and how it compare to stringent federal water quality st...
Ordinance 623 allows the backyard keeping of up to six fowl and/or birds of any combination of female chickens, ducks, pigeons, and/or doves. However, this ordinance does not affect HOA communities that prohibit backyard chickens in their covenants.
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