Official Communications from the Town of Lyons

Upcoming Road Work at SH-66 and US-36

Milling and repaving to begin on Thursday, July 26

American Civil Constructors, CDOT's contractor for the US-36 Lyons Bridges recovery projects, will be milling the bridge deck at SH-66 and US-36 on Thursday, July 26, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Work will be postponed over the weekend, picking back up on Tuesday morning, July 31, to complete milling and repaving.

This work will require traffic to be reduced to a single lane of alternating traffic through the work zone, likely resulting in congestion. 

US-36 Lyons Bridges Projects >>

Fire Restrictions Lowered from Level 2 to Level 1

Lower temperatures and additional moisture have decreased fire danger

On Wednesday, July 25, Sheriff Joe Pelle lowered the fire restrictions that were in place for western Boulder County, from Level 2 to Level 1. While the rainfall and moisture in Boulder County has helped lower the fire danger, it was not enough to completely remove the fire ban, which is why Level 1 fire restrictions will continue to be enacted.

The Level 1 fire restrictions include the Town of Lyons and the mountain areas of Boulder County.

More on Level 1 Fire Restrictions >>

Sandstone Summer Concert Series

Sandstone Summer Concert Series

Summer Thursdays through August 23
6:30 p.m. | Free!

Summer in Lyons: the air is warm, the creek's flowing, and music is playin' at Sandstone!

The 2018 Sandstone Summer Concert Series continues Thursdays through August 23, at the Raul Vasquez Community Stage in Sandstone Park. Thanks to the generous financial support of the Town and the Lyons Community Foundation, concerts are free of cost! So pack up the family and blankets, and plan to spend your Summer Thursdays at Sandstone Park! 

Don't miss the July 26 show, Sally Van Meter & the True Bluegrass Band

Sandstone Concerts Public Market

If you'd like to register as a vendor at a Sandstone Concert, complete the registration form here >>

Access Closure at Railroad Avenue and 5th Avenue

Beginning the week of July 30, Railroad Avenue will be inaccessible to/from 5th Avenue , due to a CDOT drainage improvement project. Project managers anticipate the access to remain closed for a few weeks. During this time, the western block of Railroad will only be accessible from 4th Avenue. Traffic along 5th Avenue should not be impacted. 

Limited LaVern M. Johnson Park Access

Sunday, July 22 at 11 a.m., through Monday, July 30 at noon

Through Monday, July 30 at noon, LaVern M. Johnson Park will be open only to residents of Lyons and RockyGrass Festival campers. Lyons residents may access LaVern M Johnson Park with proof of residency, and are limited to foot traffic only.

Recycling Center Moving to 2nd Avenue

Anticipated to move by the week of July 23

Due to construction for library, the Town and associated partners have begun preparation for relocating the recycling center (4th Ave. and Railroad) to the south side of the Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) center (198 2nd Ave.). Construction for the new ADA-accessible facility is well underway; the Town estimates the move to be complete by the week of July 23. 

The Town does not anticipate any lapse in availability in single-stream recycling* between locations - recycling will remain available at its current location, and a new dumpster will be replaced at the new site, upon its completion. 

*The availability and schedule of the cardboard-specific bin may vary during the relocation period. Updates will be sent as information is received. 

Pizza Hangout at Pizza Bar 66

EcoCycle's Pizza Hangout at Pizza Bar 66

July 26, 5:30-7:30pm
Pizza Bar 66 

We’re gathering residents who want to help shape the future of Lyons at Pizza Bar 66. Join us for pizza, and weigh in on how we can work together to make Lyons a Zero Waste leader! Come armed with your recycling questions or just sit in to hear the latest news about Zero Waste in Lyons.

Click here to RSVP >>

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