Author: Nicole Cavalino

Town Noise Ordinance & Sound Level Regulations

Happy Summer Nederland!

As we are all enjoying the summer months with outdoor activities and open windows, often we hear our neighbors.

Find out more about the Town of Nederland’s noise ordinance, sound level regulations and process for filing a complaint:

Town of Nederland Noise Ordinance Summary

Please familiarize yourself with the noise level regulations and be considerate of your neighbors. Any further questions or concerns, contact Town Clerk Nicole Cavalino at 303-258-3266 x 28 or townclerk@nederlandco.org

 

Primary Election on June 26, 2018 — Boulder County Ballot Drop-off and Voting Locations

Primary Election: June 26, 2018. 

Nederland DOES NOT have a ballot box for County Elections.

Ballot Drop-off and Voting Locations can be found at:

Ballot Drop-off and Voting Locations

 

Other helpful election links:

Find out if you are registered:

https://www.sos.state.co.us/voter/pages/pub/olvr/findVoterReg.xhtml
2018 Primary Election Events:

2018-Primary-Election-Activities-Schedule(1)
2018 Primary Election Candidate List / Ballot Content:

2018 Primary Election Candidate List

 

 

Nederland Municipal Judge – Now Hiring

Nederland Municipal Judge Search

Overview

The Town of Nederland in located 20 miles west of Boulder and serves a population of 1,500.  The Town operates under a Board-Town Administrator form of government and provides the following services:  police, street maintenance, parks, municipal court, community center building, fitness center, planning and zoning.  The Town also owns and operates enterprise activities, including water treatment, water distribution and wastewater management.

The Town of Nederland provides its own police services and holds court monthly on the second Friday of the month at 10:00 a.m.  The offenses range from general traffic violations to various misdemeanor charges.  The Town advocates for alternative sentencing solutions, such as restorative justice, and has partnered with the Teen Center on youth programs focused on restorative justice.  The Municipal Judge is appointed by the Board of Trustees.

Scope of Municipal Judge Services

Municipal Judge Services required by the Town of Nederland include, but are not limited to:

  1. Administering the Town’s Municipal Court as required by
  2. Conducting trials, hearings & arraignments; making findings of guilty or not guilty; and sentencing.
  3. Keeping abreast of changes in the law, including, but not limited to, changes in Town ordinances.

Criteria

  1. The Respondent must comply with all applicable laws and regulations governing the provision of legal services in the State of Colorado.
  2. The Respondent must be licensed by the Colorado State Bar and be in good standing.
  3. The Respondent must have at least five (5) year of experience providing legal services with preference given to individuals with judicial experience.

Proposal Format and RFP Procedures

  1. Name(s) of proposed individual to provide municipal judge services including background and experience with emphasis in municipal or other government work provided.
  2. Cost for any and all services to be provided including billing rates and reimbursable expenses if any.
  3. At least 3 references, preferably from other governmental entities within the State of Colorado.
  4. Interviews to be conducted on or around July 13, 2018.

Submittal:  All proposals should be submitted electronically to Karen Gerrity at kareng@nederlandco.org

Due Date:  4:00 PM MT Monday, July 9, 2018

Questions:  All questions shall be submitted via email to kareng@nederlandco.org.

Apply Today! Town Advisory Board Opening: Planning Commission. Due: June 20th, 2018

Download an application:

Advisory Board & Commission Application

Planning Commission meets every 4th Wednesday at 7pm at the Nederland Community Center.

The Planning Commission is created for the following purposes:

(1) To prepare and maintain, subject to periodic revision as necessary, a Master Plan as described by state statutes.

(2) To implement the provisions of Chapters 16 and 17 of this Code, and to perform all functions and powers referred to in said chapters where reference is made.

(3) To study and recommend to the Board of Trustees amendments to the Zoning Map of the Town.

(4) To study and recommend appropriate zoning classifications for all annexations to the Town.

(5) To exchange information with the various governmental agencies charged with planning and zoning responsibilities and with the Board of Zoning Adjustment of the Town.

(6) To have all other duties and powers incidental to the above and any and all powers and duties set out by state statute, except that nothing herein shall permit the Planning Commission to make amendments to changes in the zoning of the Town, such powers expressly being reserved by the Board of Trustees.

Printed applications are also available at Town Hall. Email townclerk@nederlandco.org for more information.

Town Advisory Board Opening: Planning Commission. Due by June 20th. Apply Today!

To apply download an application:

Advisory Board & Commission Application

 

Planning Commission meets every 4th Wednesday at 7pm at the Nederland Community Center.

The Planning Commission is created for the following purposes:

(1) To prepare and maintain, subject to periodic revision as necessary, a Master Plan as described by state statutes.

(2) To implement the provisions of Chapters 16 and 17 of this Code, and to perform all functions and powers referred to in said chapters where reference is made.

(3) To study and recommend to the Board of Trustees amendments to the Zoning Map of the Town.

(4) To study and recommend appropriate zoning classifications for all annexations to the Town.

(5) To exchange information with the various governmental agencies charged with planning and zoning responsibilities and with the Board of Zoning Adjustment of the Town.

(6) To have all other duties and powers incidental to the above and any and all powers and duties set out by state statute, except that nothing herein shall permit the Planning Commission to make amendments to changes in the zoning of the Town, such powers expressly being reserved by the Board of Trustees.

Printed applications are also available at Town Hall. Email townclerk@nederlandco.org for more information.

 

Nederland is going solar – who’s coming with us?

Nederland is going solar – who’s coming with us?

Nederland is committed to powering the town with renewable energy and our residents and businesses are next! Sign up for Xcel Energy’s brand-new, easy solar power program, called Renewable*Connect, save the planet and possibly even save money!

Xcel Energy is building a large, 50-MW solar farm in Deer Trail, Colorado (approx. 60 miles east of Denver) and you can become a subscriber of this solar farm now for a chance to save as well as support your community.

Renewable*Connect residential solar program is in high demand.

Subscribing to Renewable*Connect is like adding virtual solar panels to your roof – no equipment needed! It’s great for renters or people who are not otherwise able to put solar panels on their homes.

The program has flexible terms with month-to-month, 5-year and 10-year options. This is an action you can take right now.  Mid- to large-sized business owners can sign up beginning July 30th.

Go to Xcel Energy Renewable*Connect to learn more.  If you have questions, just drop a note to RenewableConnectMN@xcelenergy.com and they’ll be happy to help.