Official Communication from the Town of Lyons

Board of Trustees' Affordable Housing Survey

Town of Lyons Survey to Provide Guidance on Affordable Housing

The Board of Trustees have created a survey to collect information regarding priorities and values toward affordable housing, to help guide decision-making. See statement from the Board of Trustees:

The Town of Lyons is committed to diversifying its housing stock and restoring the affordable housing lost in the 2013 flood. Affordable housing has been identified as a priority in the 2010 Comprehensive Plan and also in the Lyons Recovery Action Plan. “Affordable housing” refers to housing options that people earning less than 80% of the area median income for Boulder County can afford.

This survey is intended to inform the Board of Trustees regarding citizens’ priorities and values toward affordable housing, and about whether to pursue annexation of Town-owned property in the Eastern Corridor. (The Eastern Corridor stretches from McConnell Avenue, east to Highland Drive (located on Highway 66 past the defunct water treatment plant sites), and includes the 85-acre Loukonen property to the southeast, abutting Highway 36.)

All responses to this survey are anonymous and will be reported in summary format. The survey should take about 5 minutes of your time.

Thank you,
The Lyons Board of Trustees


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Lyons Last Thursdays Art Stroll

Lyons Last Thursdays
& Sandstone Summer Concert Series

Thursday, June 30

This Thursday, Lyons Last Thursdays Art Stroll and the Sandstone Summer Concert will be held concurrently! Bring the family downtown to redeem a $5 voucher to spend at any participating restaurant or shop, then head over to Sandstone Park for some funky live music! To receive a $5 voucher, look for the costumed characters around town, and fill out a quick survey - that's it! Don't miss out!


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The Giving Tree Art Show

The Giving Tree Town Hall Art Show

Call to Artists!

Open Town Hall Art Show themed "The Giving Tree" will hang July 2nd through September 30th, 2016. 

Artists of all ages & stages of artistry are welcome to submit up to 3 pieces! Collaborative multi-generational creations are encouraged as well.
Open to ready-to-wall-hang photos, fabric art, writing, painting, collages, computer art, etc. responding to "The Giving Tree" theme.

Each piece must be accompanied by a wall placard that includes: Title, Artist's Name, Medium, Price if for sale, Artist's Contact Info.
All art will be received @ Town Hall on FRIDAY July 1st (4-7PM) - ALL work MUST be picked-up FRIDAY September 30th (4-7PM).

Opening Reception / Community Tapas Potluck 
July 2, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Wine sales benefit Lyons Arts & Humanities Commission; Music by Norma Pfaff & Bob Story.

For more information, contact Lyons Arts & Humanities Commission Chair, Chrystal DeCoster, or view the commission's Facebook page.

LaVern Johnson Park

Construction for the LaVern M. Johnson Park, previously Meadow Park, is still underway, and due to contractual and other complications, the anticipated public opening of the park has been rescheduled for September 2016. More details to follow.

Check out the progress made on the park's sand volleyball court! Photo taken June 29.


Main St. Streetscape Update

Crew Pouring Driveway
Crews Pouring Businesses' Driveways

Week of June 27

To date, all the business driveways on East Main St. have been poured, and leads anticipate each driveway to be cured and open by end of day Friday, 7/1.
Additionally, project leads also estimate most of the sidewalks along the East Main St. stretch to be open to the public by Friday. 

Town engineers intend to reduce road work signage and barricades within safety parameters, for visually low impact during the 4th of July weekend.


US 36/Main Street Streetscape Project Page >>


South St. Vrain Creek Restoration Public Meeting

June 30, 2016

Boulder County Parks and Open Space will be hosting a public meeting for the South Saint Vrain (Reach 4b) Creek Restoration Project, led by their consulting team which includes Matrix Design Group and others. The meeting will focus on reviewing alternatives for post-flood restoration along the South Saint Vrain project area. 
 
Date: June 30, 2016
Time: 5:00 to 7:00pm
Place: Rogers Hall, 410 High Street
 
The planning area for the project includes the area from the narrow of the canyon to the eastern most Old South St. Vrain Road Bridge. For more information on the meeting, click here. 
Please come to provide the group with your input to ensure a successful project! Input can also be submitted online via the project website


South St. Vrain Creek Project >>





Town of Lyons

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