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Longmont Lights, the City’s annual free holiday celebration, begins tonight at 5…

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Longmont Lights, the City’s annual free holiday celebration, begins tonight at 5pm in Roosevelt Park. Enjoy Santa’s Workshop, music at the Senior Center, hot cocoa and fire pits, hot air balloon glow, ice skating (admission fees apply), mini train rides and more, including the fireworks finale at 7:45pm. Visit LongmontColorado.gov/LongmontLights for a complete schedule of events.

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Linking Longmont: Efforts to Enhance Safe Walking, Riding and Rolling

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Join members of Bicycle Colorado, a pioneer in nonprofit bicycle advocacy throughout our state, at Linking Longmont, a new event surrounding the future of active transportation. Left Hand Brewing Company will also be on hand at the Wednesday, March 6, gathering. Get your tickets today at https://bit.ly/linking-longmont!

Linking Longmont: Efforts to Enhance Safe Walking, Riding and Rolling

5:30 – 6 p.m. PRESENTATIONS City of Longmont: Planning for multiple modes of travel – Transportation Planners Phil Greenwald and Ben Ortiz. City of Fort Collins: Strategies for bicycle friendly communities – FC Bikes Program Manager Tessa Greegor. 6 – 7 p.m. EXHIBITS & CONVERSATIONS We’ll be dis…

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Loomiller Park Renewal | City of Longmont, Colorado

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The City of Longmont is developing plans to renovate portions of Loomiller Park! Please stop by our first public meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 27 to provide input on the renewal project. Please visit bit.ly/loomiller-park-renewal for more information on the project and future meetings.

Loomiller Park Renewal | City of Longmont, Colorado

See updates to the Loomiller Park Renewal Project.

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Happy news for Maisy! This nine-year-old girl has been waiting so patiently to m…

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Happy news for Maisy! This nine-year-old girl has been waiting so patiently to meet her new family and today she went home! Maisy will be going to work with her new dad who told us that he was specifically looking for an older dog in need of a second chance. This makes us so happy and so we wanted to share the news with you all. Longmont Humane Society would also like to send a thank you out to our friends at Old Dogs New Digs for helping to spread the word about Maisy and her fellow adoptable, older dogs! Yay!

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