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    Utilities Facts

    Based on some questions that we've had from our community, we want to provide this information regarding Brighton Utilities funds. Read on...
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    Tri-County Health Department Reports First Positive West Nile Virus Mosquito in Brighton

    Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) has confirmed the first West Nile virus-infected mosquito in Brighton this year. There are no human cases reported in the region so far. Read on...
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    Brighton conducting one-time review of water bills affected by the city’s final extend

    Standardizing billing cycles has been a goal the city has frequently shared with its customers in the past several years. Read on...
  4. TexasRoadhouse

    Texas Roadhouse Breaks Ground in Brighton

    The public is invited to attend a groundbreaking ceremony Read on...
  5. TrashBash

    Trash Bash and EcoEvent scheduled for Sept. 13 and 14

    These events are for Brighton residents only. A suitable proof of residency (utility or phone bill) is required as well as identification, such as a driver’s license. Read on...
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    Brighton Culture Arts Commission seeks nominations

    Brighton has a vibrant and growing cultural arts community, and the BCAC would like to celebrate individuals and groups within Brighton who are cultural arts "champions." Read on...
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    New business bringing jobs and hope to Brighton

    Wells Concrete is working hard to get it’s newest 100,000+ square foot location open and operating in Brighton and has begun the groundwork for a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility. Read on...
  8. Cemetery

    Elmwood looking for volunteers for annual “Cemetery Walk”

    Cemetery staff is looking for people who are interested in playing the role of past Brighton residents as well as hosts to help navigate people to where the actors are staged. There are no age restrictions for volunteers. Read on...
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    Lodging Tax Advisory Committee accepting proposals for 2019 Lodging Tax grants

    The Brighton Lodging Tax Advisory Committee is currently accepting proposals for the use of Lodging Tax funds for Brighton-based organizations. Read on...
  10. Touch A Truck

    Touch-A-Truck returns to City Hall Aug. 24

    The City of Brighton is bringing out the heavy machinery for its annual Touch-A-Truck event from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24 at Brighton City Hall, 500 South 4th Ave. Read on...
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    New reporting tool now available for Brighton residents

    With this free SeeClickFix mobile app and web tools, Brighton residents will now be able to provide the City of Brighton staff with pictures, videos, specific descriptions, and more — valuable information needed to get the job done efficiently. Read on...
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    City to begin the RFP process for forensic audit of Utilities funds

    Brighton City Council directed city staff to begin the Request for Proposal (RFP) process to select an independent firm to conduct a forensic audit of the city’s Utilities funds. Read on...
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    City Council terminates employment of city manager

    Brighton City Council voted 5-4 to terminate the employment of City Manager Philip Rodriguez. Read on...
  14. Coucil

    Results are in for the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for 2018

    The City of Brighton received an unmodified opinion (clean) with no proposed adjustments. Read on...
  15. BPD citizens academy

    Brighton Police Department hosting Citizens’ Academy

    This free, eight-week course provides participants with an inside look at law enforcement while providing hands-on training. Read on...
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    Free anti-theft devices available at Brighton PD

    In an effort to prevent more auto thefts in our area, the Brighton Police Department received steering wheel immobilizers, more commonly known as “clubs,” from the Colorado Metropolitan Auto Theft Task Force (C-MATT). Read on...
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    City Council approves forensic audit of Utilities Fund

    Brighton City Council voted 8-0 authorizing city staff to pursue hiring an outside, independent firm to conduct an additional audit of the Utilities Fund, a forensic audit. Read on...
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    Brighton working to fill a missing gap along the Colorado Front Range Trail

    In June, construction began on the Brighton section of the Colorado Front Range Trail (CFRT) which, once complete, will be a trail from Brighton through Denver to Chatfield Reservoir. Read on...
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    Brighton police want to give tickets to 750 kids

    Once again, Brighton police officers and area 7-Eleven stores are teaming up to reward kids ‘caught’ doing good things with ‘tickets’ they can exchange for a cool frozen treat. Read on...
  20. Coucil

    Make an impact in your community by running for Brighton City Council

    Are you interested in serving your community? City Council nomination packets will be available on Aug. 6 in the City Clerk’s office Read on...
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    Student charged with making false threats at BHS

    Brighton police have arrested a 17-year-old female for making multiple false reports which caused a lock-down at Brighton High School in April. Read on...
  22. Vivid Perspectives art show

    "Vivid Perspectives" art exhibit opening in Brighton

    All artwork will be on display at City Hall, 500 S. 4th Ave beginning Monday, May 13. Read on...
  23. Full Moon Bike Ride

    Full Moon Bike Rides returning in 2019

    Six rides will be offered from April to September and are designed to be family-friendly rides. Read on...
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