Lyons Mayor Connie Sullivan welcomed fifty or sixty area residents to a “Town Hall” Q & A with elected officials from the county, state, and national levels at the Wildflower Pavilion at Planet Bluegrass Sunday afternoon (April 9). On hand with Sullivan to field questions from the public were Boulder County Commissioner Deb Gardner, District 11 State Representative Jonathan Singer, District 18 State Senator Steve Fenberg, and Second District U.S. House of
The Town of Lyons Department of Parks, Recreation & Cultural Events will be reinstating a parking fee for LaVern Johnson Park in 2017. A parking fee of $5 for every 4 hours for those who wish to park in LaVern Johnson on weekends and holidays, from April 1 through October 15. One free resident
We've all known it for some time, but now it's official. Lyons has been named Colorado's best outdoor adventure town (small town division) by Elevation Outdoors Magazine.
The magazine references Planet Bluegrass and the two major festivals, RockyGrass and FolksFest, and notes, “Lyons is a magnet for small, funky, independent business too, and it's amazing that a town of just 1,800 resident can house so many spots that complement outdoor adventure.” They
Lyons Fire Protection District Chief J.J. Hoffman was still on the scene with his fire investigators at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday morning looking for clues to help him determine the cause of an early morning blaze at the Mojo Taqueria restaurant on East Main Street and Second Avenue in Lyons, literally
By Maureen Davidovich – Vice President
Effective December 1, 2016, the service area for the Lyons Fire Protection District has received a Public Protection Classification of 3/10 from the ISO. This is a significant improvement over our previous ratings. The classification of 3 applies to the entire Town of Lyons and all properties in the fire district that are within five road miles of one of the two fire stations. The classification of 10
Newly crowned Colorado 2A high school state wrestling champ Keegan Bean was recognized for his achievement at Tuesday night's Board of Trustees (BOT) meeting; the young grappler then led the gathering in the Pledge of Allegiance to start the meeting. That and the new chairs and tables in council chambers were the high points of the evening.
Lyons Substation Supervisor Sgt. Bill Crist of the Boulder County Sheriff's Office, with a crimson face, apologized to the Trustees