On Monday, May 22, service to Denver International Airport (DIA) from Boulder Junction at Depot Square Station via the AB bus route will begin. This service change is reflective of the City of Boulder’s and the US36 Mayors and Commissioners Coalition’s long-standing efforts to negotiate an increase in bus service from Boulder to Denver Airport. Increasing transit service to and from the region’s largest airport will enhance Boulder’s national and international connectivity, making traveling to and from Boulder – including the new Boulder Junction transit station - more convenient and accessible for local and regional residents and visitors alike.
The AB currently provides a direct route from the Downtown Boulder Station to Denver Airport by way of Broadway Avenue to US 36, then uses the Northwest Parkway for quick and reliable travel times to the airport. This route will continue to operate on
In keeping with Eco-Cycle’s tradition of adding new materials when viable markets or other end-use options are discovered, the nonprofit recycler started accepting plate glass windows, doors, and other plate glass materials earlier this month at the Eco-Cycle/City of Boulder Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials (CHaRM). Plate glass recycling opportunities are rare, even in states such as California, which have aggressive recycling policies.
Boulder County and the City of Boulder began the seasonal audible testing of the countywide emergency sirens at 10 a.m. on Monday, April 3. The test was the first of the monthly emergency audible siren tests, which take place each year on the first Monday of each month from April through August.
Boulder County is one of nine Colorado communities that have banded together to push for more action to tackle climate change at the state and federal levels. Colorado Communities for Climate Action (CC4CA) is this state’s first consortium to represent municipalities and counties in
Boulder County Parks & Open Space and the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office Wildland Fire Management Program have postponed the Wapiti 2 prescribed burn at Heil Valley Ranch because of adverse weather conditions. The burn was initially scheduled to begin this week, but due to high winds has been postponed.