Official Communications from the Town of Lyons

LaVern M. Johnson Ice Rink Closed for Season

Ice Rink Closed for the Season

The ice rink in LaVern M. Johnson Park will remain closed until next winter

Due to the warming weather of Spring (please excuse Mother Nature for tomorrow's forecast), the ice rink in LaVern M. Johnson Park is closed for the season. The Parks and Public Works team will begin melting and disassembling the rink, and prepare the grass underneath. 

We ask for your cooperation in avoiding the ice rink area during this time. 

LaVern M. Johnson Park Closure

RV and All Traffic Closure, March 19-22

LaVern M. Johnson Park will be closed to vehicles, from Tuesday, March 19 to Friday, March 22 for maintenance. Bike and foot traffic may access the trails in the park during this time. If you do enter LaVern Johnson Park, please be cognizant of activity during this time.

We look forward to welcoming you back to the park in Spring!

Lyons Volunteers

Lyons Volunteers will Recycle Scrap Metal and Hard Block Styrofoam

Pickup from Your Property Included!

As part of the Lyons Green Star Community and Zero Waste efforts, Lyons Volunteers is hoping to reduce the volume of Lyons area residential waste that goes to the landfill for disposal, by encouraging recycling.

Lyons’ recycling bins do not accept scrap metal or any type of Styrofoam, but the ECOcycle CHaRM facility in Boulder accepts scrap metal at no charge, and the rigid or hard block Styrofoam for a small fee. This spring, Lyons Volunteers plans to periodically offer to collect residential scrap metal items and hard Styrofoam, and bring them to CHaRM for drop-off. This is a volunteer effort and there is no charge, but donations are appreciated.

To request a scrap metal pickup, visit and fill out the online work request formLyons Volunteers will get back to you to schedule the pickup of scrap metal/hard block Styrofoam at your property.

Scrap Metal
Scrap Metal means items that are 50% or more metal, including appliances, such as stoves, washers, dryers, water heaters, dishwashers. Appliances such as refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, etc., can only be accepted if the refrigerant has been removed (by state law, refrigerant must be removed by a licensed company to do so, before recycling or disposal). Items that used gas/oil, for example, lawn mowers, must be emptied of gas/oil to be accepted.

Of course, if appliances are in good condition, you might consider selling or donating them to a used appliance outlet, instead of recycling.

Hard Block Styrofoam
Hard block Styrofoam are the Styrofoam packaging inserts that do not bend, break or squash down when you try to flex or compress them.

Regional Owls Presentation

Saturday, March 16 | 7:00 p.m. | Western Stars Gallery & Studio | Free!

Regional Owls

Join author, artist, researcher, & Director of the Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute (CARRI), Scott Rashid, for a free presentation about owls native to this area of Colorado. Rashid has more than 20 years of experience in monitoring nests, rehabilitating injured birds, raising orphaned owls & banding both adult & nestling owls.

Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute >> 

Electric Meter Maintenance

Maintenance on Electric Meters

Beginning Thursday, March 7

The Town of Lyons Parks and Public Works team will be doing routine maintenance to electric meters as needed throughout Town. Residences of meters requiring maintenance may experience a power outage of up to ten minutes. Doorknockers will be placed on households of meters that received maintenance. 

Maintenance will take place throughout the month, beginning on Thursday, March 7.

Public Input Sought for Proposed Single Hauler Model

Public Input for Single Hauler Model

Board of Trustees Meeting, Monday, March 18, beginning at 7:00 p.m.

At the March 18 Board of Trustees meeting, the Board will consider a single waste hauler model in Lyons, per the recommendation of the Sustainable Futures Commission (SFC). The proposed model would convert residential waste collection to curbside pick-up by a single hauler, and could include recycling and composting. Each household's rate would be determined by the amount of landfill waste collected (normally established by the size of the container), which is referred to as a Pay-As-You-Throw structure.

The intent of this model is to decrease the amount of waste sent to landfills, increase recycling and compost, and reduce the carbon footprint of multiple trucks.

The Board of Trustees invites the community to voice their support or concerns on the matter, during the public input period at the March 18 Meeting.

Snow Responsibilities

Snow Some Love!

March is the Snowiest Month in Colorado

As we enter into Colorado's snowiest month, please remember to do your part keeping sidewalks safe. In accordance with the Lyons Municipal Code, property owners - including both residents and businesses - must remove snow or ice 24 hours after the last accretion. 

Thanks for your help in maintaining a safe environment.

Learn more about Lyons' Snow Response.

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