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American Accounts Receivables Management in Laramie, Wyoming handles all of our ambulance-related billing and records management. Please contact their offices at 1-800-451-8533 with any billing questions or records requests.
We partner with Baby's First Ride. This is a free service offered to all families delivering at Exempla Good Samaritan. Simply call the Baby's First Ride reservation line @ 303.908.8326, and make an appointment to have a nationally certified Child Passenger Safety Technician check the installation of your seat. The web page can be located at http://www.exempla.org/body.cfm?id=835
If you can not put it out, leave immediately and close off the area. Make sure the Fire Department inspects the fire site, even if you believe it is out.
Hardback/Paperback fiction and nonfiction in GOOD condition Children's Books CDs and DVDs
We appreciate your donation, but we CANNOT ACCEPT
Books that are not clean, or have missing or torn dust jackets Textbooks, Study Guides, Homeschooling Materials Anything that is NOT a book, CD, or DVD Basement/Garage/Storage unit clean-outs
Contact the Broomfield Recycling Center at 303-404-2839, or CHARM Recycle in Boulder at 303-444-6634 for information about recycling options.
The Friends meet the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6 pm in the Library upper level conference room. Board meetings are open to the public and members of the community are always welcome to attend.
(1) Fifty (50) percent of the roof area, as measured in plan view; (2) Fifty (50) percent or more of the exterior walls of a building as measured contiguously around the building envelop; or (3) Any portion of an exterior wall facing a public street, but not an alley.
In order for a wall not to be considered a demolished wall, the wall shall meet the following minimum standards:
A. The wall shall retain studs or other structural elements, the exterior wall finish and fully framed and sheathed roof above that portion of remaining building to which such wall is attached; B. The wall shall not be covered or otherwise concealed by a wall that is proposed to be placed in front of the retained wall; and Each part of the retained exterior walls shall be connected contiguously and without interruption to every other part of the retained exterior walls.
Work on an affected structure may not be divided into two (2) or more separate projects for the purpose of evading or attempting to evade the requirements of this definition. Any two (2) or more projects on an affected structure, undertaken within any twenty-four-consecutive month period shall be treated as a single project for the purpose of determining whether a project constitutes a demolition. Link to the Municipal Code
We then screen the applications and determine the relevancy of your experience to the functions of the open position. The hiring supervisor further narrows the selection using an equitable method.
Please note that meeting the minimum requirements of the position does not guarantee an interview.
The hiring process might differ according to which position you have applied for. The next step in the process usually is an interview; we sometimes screen a large applicant pool by conducting a meet and greet style interview. The meet and greet interview lasts about 15 minutes; 5 or 6 questions are asked.
The next step is an in-depth interview with a board consisting of the hiring supervisor, the department director, a member of the Human Resources team, and a co-worker, using a prepared list of questions.
Traditionally, the City of Lafayette honors it’s volunteer’s by nominating a volunteer of the year and having a celebration during National Volunteer week. This year we decided to change it up a bit. We would like to invite artists of all ages and types to submit artwork that will be digitally reproduced to be a poster that the Committee will distribute to all of the City’s volunteers at the September Art Night Out (Friday, September 16, 2016).
**Please note: Some tickets may be mandatory court due to the nature of the citation.
If there is a life-threatening emergency please call 911. To report a non-emergency wildlife issue call Colorado Parks & Wildlife at 303-297-1192. If you still need assistance after calling Colorado Parks & Wildlife, please contact the Parks, Recreation & Open Space Department at 303-661-1306.
Call 303-661-1306 to report any maintenance issues. Please be prepared to provide specific information about the location of the issue, i.e. what is the nearest cross street or which open space property you are reporting about.
Members of the Lafayette Open Space Advisory last approved the prairie dog management policy in August 2017. This policy pertains to how the City manages prairie dogs on public lands. Private land owners are not subject to this policy although they are asked to abide by it. City of Lafayette Prairie Dog Management Plan - August 2017
You can find these maps at City Hall or the Lafayette Chamber of Commerce. You can also access the map here: Lafayette Parks & Open Space Trails Map
Arbor Day is in April. The Open Space Division and members of the Open Space Advisory Committee hold an annual Arbor Day event one Saturday in April. Details for the event become available online prior to each year's event.
The City of Lafayette contracts with VDCI to conduct surveillance of adult mosquito populations and to provide limited adult mosquito control when predetermined disease and annoyance levels have been surpassed. The goal is to provide the greatest level of control of pest and disease vector mosquito populations while maintaining a balanced use of cultural, biological, and least-toxic chemical procedures that are environmentally compatible and economically feasible.
Culex mosquitoes increase in number as temperatures rise. Human infection of West Nile Virus (WNV) can occur without symptoms. It can also cause mild to sever illness including fever, extreme fatigue, as well as head and body aches. In extreme cases WNV may result in chronic disability, tremors, vision loss, paralysis or even result in death.
Boulder County Public Health and City of Lafayette officials urge residents to remember the 4Ds:1. Use DEET-enhanced insect repellent2. DRESS in long sleeves and pants.3. Avoid the outdoors from DUSK to DAWN4. DRAIN standing water outside your home
For more information about WNV, mosquito activity in Boulder County and steps you can take to protect yourself and loved ones, please visit:
Learn more: Mosquitoes & West Nile Virus
To rent a garden plot at Kerr Community Garden, please visit the Growing Garden of Boulder website. Kerr Community Garden
Please utilize our online Request Tracker to notify the city of concerns in a city park. Or you may call 303-661-1306.
Please contact the main administrative office at City Hall at 303-665-5588 for information on cemetery plots and maintenance questions.
The Land Use Plan Map designates the existing or potential future use of the property as residential, commercial, industrial, mixed-use, existing or proposed open space, floodplain, etc. The Zoning District Map includes zoning district designations for all property within the city limits and dictates allowable uses and certain building restrictions. By using these two maps one can determine what type of land uses are, or might be, allowed on property within the city limits, or on property outside of the city limits.
For additional information about a specific piece of property or potential development, please contact the Planning Division at 303-665-5588, extension 3329.
Hours vary and a schedule can be found at: http://cityoflafayette.com/DocumentCenter/View/12108 Boats are first come first serve unless reserved as a fleet rental.
Call Republic Services at 303-286-2400, or view the online schedule on their website.
If you are on the City trash program and need to set up or change your trash or recycling cart, please contact Republic Services at 303-286-2400. HOA communities, please contact your HOA for trash information.
Amended 2015 Budget (and Budget Resolution for 2014 Carryover)
Complete the registration form: http://cityoflafayette.com/eBillForm. Once you sign up for e-billing, you will no longer receive paper bills by mail.
You will receive a confirmation message telling you when to expect your first Lafayette utility e-bill.
You can send the new address to email@example.com, or call us at 303-665-5588 and select Option 5.
Yes. You may pay online at http://www.cityoflafayette.com/payonline, or pay in person at the Finance counter at City Hall, 1290 S. Public Rd., Lafayette, CO 80026.
You will receive your bill notices from firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to add this to your email address book and/or change your spam filters to allow this email to get through.
The City of Lafayette is not responsible for undeliverable e-bills. Customers are required to submit on-time payments regardless if an e-bill is received or not. Past due fees will not be waived if an e-bill is not received. It is the responsibility of the customer to ensure payment is made in the absence of a bill. You will receive notices from email@example.com . Be sure to add this to your address book and/or change your spam filters to allow this email to get through.
You can set up automatic withdrawal from your checking account. Download/Print Automatic Bill Payment Enrollment Form and return it by mail or in person to 1290 S. Public Rd., Lafayette, CO 80026. You may also use your bank or credit card's bill pay services. Follow their instructions, but be sure to include the account number from your bill so your payment will be credited properly.
To pay by mail, send check (add account number to check notes), with the top portion of your paper bill to: 1290 S. Public Rd., Lafayette, CO 80026.
To pay in person, visit Finance counter at City Hall, 1290 S. Public Rd., or use the drop box outside the main doors.