Community Engagement Forum Follow-up: Resident Communication Steps

As a follow-up to the Community Engagement Forum in which Town staff and residents discussed the steps in processing resident request and concerns, the Resident Communications Steps document was created.

If you are interested in learning how to process requests or concerns with Town Staff, regarding how to:

  • Permit a development or construction project
  • Reserve a Town park or recreation area for an event or public assembly
  • File a formal resident complaint
  • Address a question or concern to the Board of Trustees
  • Pay or inquire about a water bill
  • Contact Nederland Police for non-emergencies and emergencies
  • Report a street and/or utilities issue

Check out Resident Communications Steps to learn the process to best communicate your requests and/or concerns.

If you are interested in learning about other Town of Nederland communication steps, please contact the Town Clerk with suggestions.  Thank you.

Town Clerk, Hope Jordan


Phone: 303-258-3266 x 1030


No Fireworks in Nederland on July 4th!! Link to Area Fireworks!

No Fireworks in Nederland this year! The Daily Camera misprinted….a correction is in the making. Here is a link to a google search on other places to view fireworks…if you have a hankering for sparkles, booms, and bangs!
Nederland will have a wonderful parade full of neighbors, firetrucks, red, white and blues! The parade begins at Noon on July 4th!!


Plume of smoke is visible from a wildfire burning north of Silverthorne

A large plume of smoke is visible from a wildfire burning north of Silverthorne, while satellite imagery shows another fire burning to the west of Grand Lake Thursday afternoon.

Summit County authorities say the first fire is burning in the Williams Fork area near Ute Pass in Grand and Clear Creek counties.

The second fire is burning at the Grand Lake Golf Course, which is also producing large columns of smoke. Deputies say there are crews on the scene of that fire and County Road 48 is shut down in the area.

Homes near the golf course could soon by under pre-evacuation status, according to the Grand County Sheriff’s Office.


Boulder County Electric Bike Discount Program

2018 Electric Bike Discount Program

Save Money and Enjoy Your Community By Bike!
There’s no better time to try out an electric bike for your commute, errands, and fun around town!  Benefits Boulder County is offering discounts on ebikes this July. Do yourself and the Earth a favor, ditch the car and try one out.

  • At least 10% off select brands and models at participating dealers
  • Choose from cargo, road, fat tire, and townie ebikes.
  • This is the last time the program will run and expires July 31, 2018 so act today!

Go to to learn more, sign up, and get your discount code!

About E-Bikes

E-Bikes are essentially bicycles with a pedal assist electric motor to make the ride more efficient, effective, and fun. This electric motor assists riders to go further faster, aiding them up hills, carrying groceries, and arriving to their destination without breaking a sweat. E-bikes have a variety of uses from leisure to commuting to hauling groceries and even your family. Connect with an authorized dealer to learn more and find a bike that fits your needs.

Program Successes:

Over the past 2 years, Benefits Boulder County and its partners have facilitated the sale of 123 discounted residential solar systems, 289 discounted electric vehicles, and over 280 discounted electric bikes to Boulder County residents and commuters.

Benefits Boulder County is a seasonal program which leverages the purchasing power of Boulder County residents to access discounts on technologies such as rooftop solar, electric cars and electric bikes. This program is led by Boulder County’s Sustainability Office in partnership with Boulder County municipalities. All vendors were chosen by a community selection committee.

Celebrate Independence Day in Nederland! 4th of July Parade Route & Participant Details

Join us in celebrating Independence Day in Nederland.

The 4th of July parade will begin at noon on Wednesday July 4th at the corner of 3rd Street & East Street. The route will be heading South on East Street, turn right on First Street, another right on Snyder and right again on Third street finishing at 3rd and East Street.

Nederland neighbors, please be aware and plan accordingly: There is potential for intermittent, limited access to streets and driveways on East First, Second and Third Streets from noon to approximately 1pm on Wed. July 4th.

Parade route map:

4th of July Parade Route 2018

If you plan to participate in the parade, arrive early at 3rd & East Street for staging.

Parade participants: Be prepared to 1) show proof of liability insurance and 2) turn in a signed Town of Nederland release of liability and indemnification form (see attached). Copies of the Release of Liability and Indemnification agreements will provided day of parade at registration.

Release of Liability and Indemnification Agreement

Please contact Town Clerk Nicole Cavalino with any questions.


phone:  303-258-3266 x 28


6/28/18 Extreme Fire Danger! Kindly spread the word!

URGENT – FIRE WEATHER MESSAGE National Weather Service Denver/Boulder CO 819 AM MDT Thu Jun 28 2018 …EXTREME FIRE DANGER IN THE MOUNTAINS TODAY… .Very hot and very dry conditions today will combine with wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph to produce extreme fire danger across the northern Colorado mountains this afternoon and evening. The fire danger will also be elevated on the plains, but the winds will not be as strong. Conditions will not be as extreme on Friday, but fire danger will still be very high, especially in the mountain valleys. Please pay attention to restrictions on fires and fireworks. Check with your local fire department, sheriff, or land managers for details on what is allowed.

Noxious Weed Spraying – scheduled for early morning Thursday and/or Friday June 28 and 29

Noxious Weed Spraying – scheduled for early morning Thursday and/or Friday June 28 and 29, weather dependent.

Noxious weeds to be spot-sprayed with Milestone herbicide, registered under the EPA’s Reduced Risk Pesticide Initiative.

Downtown areas only (no spraying in Chipeta Park).  Spray will be marked with blue dye.

Keeping Nederland ecologically sustainable. Call Town Hall with questions.

Quick facts on Milestone:

  • Provides control of many noxious and invasive weed species, including biennial and perennial thistles, knapweeds, oxeye daisy, and scentless chamomile.
  • Specifically designed for rangeland and pasture use (No grazing restrictions for any type of livestock or wildlife, including lactating dairy animals, beef cattle, sheep, goats and horses) • Very low (“practically nontoxic” designation) toxicity to birds, fish, mammals and aquatic invertebrates • Controls many annual, biennial and perennial weeds at low use rates (4-7 ounces per acre) • Non-volatile, non-2,4-D formulation • Systemic and residual activity effectively controls weeds at multiple growth stages •  Safe to desirable grasses • Is not a federally restricted use pesticide (can be applied by homeowners) • Low, environmentally-friendly use rates of 3 to 7 fluid ounces an acre • Soil residual for season-long control of newly germinating weeds • Has a 35 day half-life with no degradation metabolites of concern (only CO2 and H20) • Chance of groundwater contamination is low; studies show little movement in soils (particularly vertically – important for wells).