Join us on Thursday, May 23rd at 7:00 p.m. for the Parks, Recreation, Open Space Advisory Board town meeting. We look forward to seeing you there.
Here are the notes from the May 10 Community Engagement Forum. Thank you to those of you who attended and took part in this important conversation.Community Engagement Forum OUTCOME
Indian Peaks Radio Club Meeting
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Nederland Community Center, Room 108 in the West Wing
6:15-7:00 pm – IPRC Board Meeting
7:00-9:00 pm – IPRC Meeting
All people interested in ham radio are welcome to join the club meeting.
During the May 29 meeting, we will prepare for the June 23-24 Field Day operations and reveal the winning IPRC logo design.
Planning Commission Packet will be posted in the iCompass Web Portal at this link:
Drop-off: Sat. 5/26 & Sun 5/27, 1pm – 7pm; Tues. 5/29th & Wed. 5/30th 11am – 7pm
Location: Nederland Community Center
NO DROP-OFFS WILL BE ACCEPTED MEMORIAL DAY, MAY 28th.
The annual Nederland Firewise Town Clean-up is the ideal time to remove all flammable material from your home ignition zone! Bring it in for disposal.
For more information about preparing your property for wildfire, visit: www.nederlandco.org/firewise
Nederland Community Sort Yard: slash, logs (trimmed/no branches), chunk and decayed wood, needles and duff, weeds, grass clippings, pine cones. In rolled-closed, compostable paper bags. Visit the Boulder County website for complete guidelines.
Boulder County Transportation Yard: scrap metal, unpainted scrap wood, reusable building materials, lead acid batteries, electronics, bicycles and parts, motor oil, anti freeze, paint, prescription drugs, landfill waste. NO HOUSEHOLD TRASH – NO PESTICIDES. Fee: $15.00 per pickup load of landfill waste.
Boulder County Waste Transfer Station: household trash, appliances, tires, mattresses, standard recyclables, styrofoam, compost, reusable used clothing.
Click the link below to download application.
Parks, Recreation, Open Space Advisory Board (PROSAB)
Meets the third Thursday of the month, starting at 7 p.m., with occasional work sessions. The mission of PROSAB is to maintain the Town of Nederland and Surrounding Areas Open Space, Trails, Parks and Outdoor Recreation Master Plan in conformance with the Town vision and the direction of the Board of Trustees, to work to implement the Plan through its own initiative and through cooperation with and support of community organizations in coordination with town resources, to work to see that all projects that fall under the scope of the Plan conform to it and integrate harmoniously with one another and to advise the Board of Trustees and educate the public on matters concerning the Plan and its implementation.
Sustainability Advisory Board (SAB)
Meets on the fourth Thursday of the month, from 7:15 to 9:15 p.m. The Sustainability Advisory Board (SAB) is an appointed board that advises the Board of Trustees to effectuate improvements to Town codes, operations and facilities on matters regarding sustainable practices, resource conservation, renewable energy, waste reduction, public outreach and education.
Printed applications are also available at Town Hall. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The town will host a forum on Thursday May 10 from 6-8:30 pm addressing municipal decision-making and how community members are invited to engage in the process. After a potluck meet and greet, facilitator Beth Osnes will lead an exercise to identify shared community values. This will be followed by an interactive activity mapping out the town’s current decision- making process. The forum will end with feedback and shared ideas of ways to improve the process.
If you would like to attend the potluck social gathering at 6 pm, please bring a dish to share, the town will provide beverages. The forum will start at 6:30 pm and takes place at the Community Center.
May 3rd: The Nederland Community Center will open during their scheduled business hours!