I See You!

Oct 2019 @ 2:10 PM

Aspen Grove has partnered with Generation Wild and installed googly eyes in trees at three entrances. The eyes were created as a visual way to introduce kids to nature. They strive to make nature more [read more…]

Littleton Park Rules

Oct 2019 @ 12:05 PM

Littleton has great parks and the city would like to keep them that way. Please respect the parks and be considerate to those who live nearby. What you need to know: All Littleton (and SSPR) [read more…]

Candidates for Littleton City Council

Oct 2019 @ 11:21 AM

Littleton City Clerk Wendy Heffner has certified the petitions submitted by candidates for the November 5, 2019 Littleton City Council Election. The candidates are: 2019 Municipal Election: Posted by Littleton, CO – Government on Tuesday, [read more…]

Repairs Coming to Mineral Station Bridge

Oct 2019 @ 11:18 AM

RTD has awarded a maintenance contract for the Mineral Station pedestrian bridge, located at the intersection of South Santa Fe Drive, to perform needed bridge repairs. Work will include concrete, joint, and metal decking repairs; [read more…]

Denver Water Work in Downtown Littleton

Oct 2019 @ 11:09 AM

Denver Water is replacing the water main on Rapp Street, between Alamo and Church Avenues. The replacement work kicks off a major project to replace aging and leaking pipes in and around Downtown Littleton and [read more…]

Searching for Koda’s Replacement

Oct 2019 @ 10:53 AM

In 2013 five hopeful police canine candidates made the long trip from Germany to Littleton, Colorado with aspirations to become the next dual purpose K9 for the Littleton Police Department (LPD). Of those five, only [read more…]

Littleton’s Pavement Management Program

Oct 2019 @ 3:53 PM

Maintenance of the city’s infrastructure is one of the most essential services provided by municipal government and requires considerable planning. The City of Littleton owns and maintains a large network of public infrastructure including pavement, [read more…]

Updates for Federal and Bowles

Oct 2019 @ 3:47 PM

Voters approved the TABOR override in 2017, providing $545,000 for upgrades to the intersection of Federal and Bowles. This is enough funding to move forward with safety improvements, but not enough for the ultimate intersection [read more…]

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