Official Communication from the Town of Lyons

US 36/Main Street Streetscape Project

Anticipated for the week of April 4, 2016

This week, the contractors are focusing on the signal and underground utilities between 3rd Avenue to Black Bear Hole.

Please note that the schedule is subject to unforeseen construction issues, weather, etc. Additionally, the Town cannot predict exact details when work will be done in specific areas, e.g. in front of particular businesses, etc.
Check back with the linked page for regularly updated schedules and anticipated work plans. You can also sign up to receive email notifications of new updates for this project.

St. Vrain Revegetation

St. Vrain Creek Revegetation

Landscaping and revegetation along the St. Vrain begins this week, as part of the St. Vrain Creek Restoration Project.    

Branches and Yard Waste

Since 2013, the Town has discontinued curbside chipping. The Town invites you to drop off branches and limbs to Bohn Park on the old Vasquez softball field, adjacent to the tennis courts. Any material other than yard waste will not be accepted. 
 
Please remember that it is illegal to place branches and unwanted limbs/yard waste on Town & CDOT right-of-way property, which includes alleyways, as well as any property in the buyout program. 
 
Lyons Municipal Code Sec. 11-2-30 
“Except by a permit issued as set forth in Subsection 11-2-10(b), no person shall in any manner obstruct any street, alley or sidewalk within the Town in any manner whatsoever, but shall at all times keep such streets, alleys and sidewalks free for the passage of vehicular and foot travel.” 
The Town will issue warnings to violations of right-of-ways obstructions, as stated in the Lyons Municipal Code; a summons will be issued if not mitigated after 30 days. 


Lyons Volunteers

If you are unable to haul yard waste to the park, you may submit a request to the Lyons Volunteers, at lyonsvolunters.org. The Volunteers will coordinate with residents for help with pick-up.



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125 Year Anniversary Commemoration

125th Year of Incorporation

Commemorative Event

On April 19, 1880, E. S. Lyon founded the Town of Lyons, and on April 6, 1891, the Town became incorporated.


On Monday, April 4, Town Officials held a commemorative event at Town Hall. The event included live music, tours of the Lyons Depot, speeches from Mayor O’Brien and Mayor Pro Tem Sullivan, history by the Loukonen brothers and Trustee Johnson, presentations of commemorative gifts, and more. 
Pictures from the event can be found here. Be on the lookout for special quasquicentennial memorabilia throughout the year! 



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9Health Fair

Saturday, April 16

The 9 Health Fair is coming to the Lyons Middle/Senior High School on Saturday, April 16, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The Fair offers several free and low-cost disease & health screenings, among other services.
Non-medical volunteers are needed for set-up, tear-down, registration, and more for the event.

For a full list of screenings offered, what to expect, and volunteer sign-up, visit www.9healthfair.org.

Additionally, the organizers of the Health Fair in Lyons are in search of a medical coordinator. This position is necessary for the event to return to Lyons after this year. Please contact Ellen Keane with interest or inquiries.
Town of Lyons
Please do not reply to this email, as we are unable to respond to inquiries sent to this address. Please direct questions to Arielle Hodgson.
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