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  1. City closed Independence Day, observed Friday, July 3rd

    All City offices will be closed Friday July 3rd in observance of Independence day. Have a safe and happy Independence Day! Read on...
  2. 2015 Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grant Public Notice

    The Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program (42 U.S.C. 3751(a)) is the primary provider of federal criminal justice funding to state and local jurisdictions. Read on...
  3. Areas of the Clear Creek Trail in Wheat Ridge under water

    There is also a good likelihood there will be debris deposited on the trail surface under the water. Please use caution and avoid these areas if at all possible. Read on...
  4. Annual Traffic Counts

    Public Works will be conducting their annual traffic counts of minor arterial streets from now until fall. Read on...
  5. 2016 Budget Public Input Opportunities

    At the July 13th and 27th City Council Meetings there will be opportunities to provide input on the 2016 Budget. Read on...
  6. Wrong Event Dates Printed in Connections

    Wheat Ridge 2020's events list in Connections is wrong. Here is the correct list: Read on...
  7. Save the Dates!

    Carnation Festival and Zoppe Circus are coming August 14-16. Read on...
  8. Sidewalk Ramp Inventory

    Public Works will be taking an inventory of all the sidewalk ramps in the city this summer. Read on...
  9. Urban Homesteading Article in 5280

    5280: The Denver Magazine just published an article featuring Wheat Ridge! Read on...
  10. New Residential Housing Developments

    Wheat Ridge is excited to have several new housing developments, "Deep Roots and Short Commutes" are attracting new residents. Read on...
  11. Life is Sweet in Wheat Ridge

    Life is Sweet is a series of videos that highlight new and longtime residents and what they love about living in the City! Read on...
  12. Wheat Ridge is Featured in List of "Best Places to Live"

    Denver Life Magazine's Annual "Best Places to Live" spotlights Wheat Ridge as an agriculture-rich town with new developments and great existing housing stock as well. Read on...