Town of Lyons Newsletter

Tree Trimming

Monday, Oct. 9 through Friday, Oct. 13

Beginning the week of Oct. 9. the Parks & Public Works team will be trimming trees along overhead power lines throughout the northern region of Town (north of Broadway), as a continuation of the town-wide efforts. They will be working in the right-of-ways, which includes alleys and streets. Please help the efficiency of this project, by ensuring vehicles aren’t blocking any right-of-way-access.   

CDOT US-36 Road Work

CDOT’s US-36 pavement project through Lyons was delayed last week due to weather and the fallen power line. CDOT anticipates the road to remain as two lanes along the construction area for the week of Oct. 9. They plan to work only Wednesday and Thursday of next week.

The Town has been communicating with CDOT and contractors about the concerns regarding traffic and business access. There will be no work this weekend.  

More on the US-36 Project >>

Signal Pole Replacement at 4th and Main

Along with the pavement project, CDOT also plans to replace a signal pole and update signal controllers at 4th Ave. and Main St. next week. They will be primarily working along the west side of 4th Ave., south of Main St. They anticipate both lanes will remain open on 4th Ave., between Main St. and Railroad, but parking will be limited for the duration of the project.  

9 Health Fair

9Health fair

October 7, 8 am - 12 pm

The Lyons 9 Health Fair is Saturday, with free health screenings and low-cost blood drawsThis will be the second year that the Lyons 9 Health Fair is in the Fall (October 7, 2017) and at the LDS Church, 200 2nd Ave in Lyons.  

The health fair offers health screenings and information at no cost from local healthcare providers who volunteer their time and knowledge, and local advocacy organizations.

To pre-register online, go to

Town Hall Art Show

Saturday October 7, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Opening Reception and Community Tapas Potluck with music by Amy Francis
The theme is photography and the Town will be placing local photograhers artwork at Town Hall.
Bring friends, family & finger food to share! 
Wine sales benefit the Lyons Arts and Humanities!

McConnell Bridge Update

Construction bids were submitted October 6 for the McConnell Bridge Replacement Flood Recovery Project. The Town of Lyons plans to present the selected construction contract to the  Board of Trustees for approval at the October 16 BOT meeting. Construction is anticipated to begin in November and last through the spring.

Lyons Spooktacular

Lyons Spooktacular

Saturday, October 28 | 4 - 7 pm

Lyons Halloween Spooktacular features activities including music, Bongo the Balloon Man, tricks and treats for ghouls and goblins, and eerie games and activities, all leading up to the parade through Town. All are welcome to be apart of the parade! The parade lineup will begin at 5:45 p.m., on 3rd and High St. in front of the elementary school; the parade will begin promptly at 6 p.m.

New this year! All activities will be held at Lyons Elementary School east playground.
Join us for a spooky night in Lyons - a good time will behead by all!!. >>

Possible Winter Weather

The weather forecast calls for rain beginning Sunday evening, and turning to snow around midnight in the foothills and higher elevations. Snow is forecast to begin early Monday morning. Forecast accumulation totals at this time range from 4” to 8” in Mountain areas. The snow is expected to last through the day and taper off Monday evening and is not expected to be accompanied by significant winds. However, nearly 100% of leaves remain on area trees, which could result in heavy branches falling and power outages.
Town utility customers, should you experience a power outage during weekend hours, please call the non-emergency dispatch office at 303.441.4444.

Lyons Village East RFP

Lyons Village East Redevelopment

The Town is requesting proposals for redevelopment of a prime location recently annexed to the Town. The property consists of multiple parcels currently occupied by one of Longmont's former water treatment plants, located both north and south of the Colorado State Highway 66 (Ute Highway) in unincorporated Boulder County, Colorado east of the Town of Lyons (just east of the intersection of State Highway 66 & US Highway 36).

The site is owned by Lyons, and is currently zoned A-1 Agricultural District. The Town anticipates redevelopment of the site will serve as a major catalyst for investment. The Town seeks development that would complement existing businesses, maintain the small-town character, and assist with meeting its affordable housing goals.

Town of Lyons Bid Opportunities >>

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