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Graduating seniors with Colorado Connections Academy @ Mapleton (ColoCA @ Mapleton), a fully accredited and virtual K-12 public school, received diplomas during a traditional commencement ceremony May 21 in Thornton. The Class of 2016 earned more … more
The American Cancer Society is recruiting teams from local families, businesses, schools, places of worship and the community to participate in the annual Relay For Life events. The Relay For Life movement is the world’s largest fundraising … more
Local legislators, Rep. Faith Winter (D-Westminster) and state Sen. Beth Martinez Huminek (R-Thornton), were joined by city leaders, health care workers, emergency responders and others June 1 at St. Anthony Hospital North Campus, where Gov. John … more
Dozens of local officials, Westminster networkers and residents of Covenant Village of Colorado converged on the sunny first day of June as Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law the Don’t Tax Grandma’s Meatloaf bill. House Bill 16-1187 aims … more
The westbound lanes of the 128 Avenue Bridge over North I-25 have been re-striped to improve capacity approaching the 128 Avenue and Delaware Street traffic signal. The signal is in Westminster and provides access to Mountain Range High School. As a … more
Because the City of Westminster is certified as a Platinum Level Solar Friendly Community from the Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association as part of its Solar Friendly Communities Program, residents are eligible for a solar discount. More … more
Volunteer Westminster has a variety of volunteer opportunities available such as victim advocates, golf assistants, snowbusters, soccer coaches, administrative assistants and much more. The city relies on more than 1,000 volunteers to support city … more
Nearly 500 residents participated in Westminster’s 2016 Large Item Cleanup Program, held over three days between April 23 and May 7. Alpine Waste and Recycling loaded 17 trucks, equaling 105 tons of debris. more
Westminster City Council members and staff joined approximately 300 other attendees May 17 at the Live/Ride/Share Conference at the Denver Convention Center to hear speakers from across the nation discuss their experiences with non-traditional modes … more
A law signed May 12 by Gov. John Hickenlooper allowing homeowners to collect rainwater for outdoor use will go into effect Aug. 10. The City of Westminster reminds residents that using rainwater can add up to meaningful conservation. Follow … more
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