After 16 years and 87 million dollars Fort Collins MAX Rapid Transit bus service is finally fully operational. The 1st bus left the South Transit Center at 11 a.m. on Saturday. It is an amazing achievement considering what it took to make this project happen.
MAX Bus Rapid Transit service starts on Saturday, May 10 in Fort Collins! You can kick-off the start of MAX service with a ceremony at the new South Transit Center, and then ride the MAX to each of the stations for parties and entertainment.
Every spring you head to the yard and stand there staring at the possibilities, you may think about the flowers or the plants you might put into your yard. Often times you think about Xeriscaping and how cool it would be. Xeriscaping cuts down on water, minimizes yard maintenance and adds value to your home.
Fort Collins is naming a new street and they want your help. Fort Collins’ Planning Services is holding an Open House on Tuesday, April 1, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Streets Facility Training Room, 625 Ninth Street to get your input.
The City of Fort Collins about the West Central Area of the city at a series of public "Listening Sessions". The City is kicking off a planning effort for the west central part of the city, an area which generally encompasses the neighborhoods south and west of Colorado State University. The West Central Area boundaries extend from Drake to Mulberry, betw
Fort Collins has dozens of great parks. Almost every one of those parks has a playground. Most of those playgrounds are nice, but couple of great playgrounds stand out above the rest. We have created a list of Our Top 5 Playgrounds in Fort Collins.
In January, 2014, Fort Collins' City Council expanded the City's Smoking Ordinance to prohibit smoking on or within 20' of outdoor dining areas, bar patios, and Transfort's public transit facilities, shelters and benches
The City of Fort Collins is beginning to test the MAX Bus Rapid Transit service. From early February until the start of service in May 2014, MAX buses will be on the guideway, Mason St. in Downtown and McClelland Dr. at various times.
Did you know you can now raise goats in your back yard in Fort Collins? Back in July the Fort Collins City Council adopted revisions to an ordinance governing urban agriculture, which allows beekeeping and ownership of backyard ducks and chickens. For the first time, the ordinance also allows city folk to raise goats as pets or for milk or fiber production.
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