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Author: Peter Cacek

Big Springs Drive Paving Closures, Sept. 13th – Sept. 16th

On Monday, September 13th Nederland Public Works will be beginning paving operations on Big Spring Drive. The Department expects this operation to take 4 days and complete paving by end of day Thursday, September 16th. Hours of operation will be from 7am to 6pm.

Because of limited staffing and to ensure greater flexibility only one way traffic on Big Springs Drive will be allowed. Traffic will only be allowed to travel east or into Big Springs Drive during this work and will be reopened during after-hours construction. Residents are asked to exit Big Springs subdivision via Peak View Drive.

Public Works asks for your patience during this time. This work is dependent on weather and could encounter possible delays. Delays to travelers are also possible during work hours and it is advised to use the alternate Peak View Drive route for both directions. Please email chrisp@nederlandco.org for further inquiries. We appreciate your cooperation.

August Career and Financial Workshops & Computer Training Center

August Workshops!

Our FREE Career and Financial Workshops and Computer Training Center are available virtually at Workforce Boulder County.

*New* Career Workshops below!

For workshop dates and times, see our calendar at www.wfbc.org.

Virtual Career Workshops

  • Career Exploration
  • Updating & Tailoring Your Resume
  • LinkedIn 101
  • LinkedIn 201
  • Virtual Job Search
  • Interview Preparation
  • Insights & Guidelines for 50+
  • *New* Capable & Confident in the Job Search
  • *New* The Ins & Outs of Job Applications
  • *New* Negotiating Your Salary
  • *New* Capable & Confident in Your Job Search

Virtual Financial Workshops – English & Spanish

See Wfbc.org en Español

  • Exploring My Financial Future / Explorando mi Futuro Financiero
  • Thoughtful Money Management / Utilizando el Crédito Sabiamente
  • Budgeting on a Small Income / Presupuestando y Manejando sus Finanzas con Ingresos
  • Communicating for Financial Health / Conversaciones Saludables con sus Cobradores
  • Organizing for Financial Management / Métodos para Mantener el Control de sus Finanzas
  • Credit Reporting—Know the Facts / Comprendiendo su Informe de Crédito & Todo lo que Debo Saber Acerca de Crédito
  • Be informed, Borrow Smart / Infórmese para Endeudarse Sabiamente
  • Building a Banking Relationship / Estableciendo una Relación Bancara
  • Pathway Out of Debt / Cómo Deshacerse de sus Deudas
  • Investing Basics / Ahorro e Inversiones para Principiant

To see the Financial and Career Workshops schedule, click here.

Virtual Computer Training Center – English & Spanish

Would you like to enhance your computer skills? Look no further than Workforce Boulder County! To sign up for online computer training, or for more info, click here.

  • Free online computer training for anyone 18 and over. Available 24/7.
  • Via CustomGuide training software, learn
    • Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, SharePoint, OneDrive, OneNote, Project, Teams, Office Fundamentals;
    • Google Gmail, Docs, Drive, Sheets, Slides
    • And… Business Writing, Effective Presentations, Email Etiquette, Zoom
    • *New* SalesForce

Questions? Contact us at ceinfo@bouldercounty.org or 720-776-0822, Option 2.

Water Line Work in Big Springs Today

Public Works is currently flushing water out of the system in the Big Springs area. If you live in the area and are noticing discoloration in the water in your faucets, you should run your cold water until it runs clear, and avoid running hot water until you clear your lines.
 
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Public Works at (303) 258-3088.

Colorado’s Independent Redistricting Commissions have released preliminary legislative and congressional maps that assign portions of the P2P region to the Western Slope Congressional District

These maps will determine your political representation and outcomes for your community for the next decade.

USE YOUR VOICE to preserve communities of interest and representation by legislators that live in, and care about, the Peak to Peak. Speak up for our Peak to Peak community!

To submit your input and view proposed maps visit https://redistricting.colorado.gov/

Forest Service lifts fire restrictions on Northern Front Range

From the USDA

FORT COLLINS, Colo., (August 9, 2021)?– Beginning Tuesday, August 10, the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grasslands will lift fire restrictions within Clear Creek, Boulder, and Canyon Lakes Ranger District and also the Pawnee National Grassland.  National Forest managers have coordinated with our partners to make this decision but warn that fuels can dry out rapidly and restrictions may again be needed in the future.

Fire danger has been moderated due to the continued monsoonal moisture, across the northern front range.  There is still some risk from wildfire and conditions will vary by location.  Caution and compliance with fire safety across the forest is critical.  Stage 2 Fire Restrictions will remain on the Sulphur Ranger District within Grand County, Colorado at this time.

“We’ve seen increased rains and in coordination with other land managers, we’re cautiously lifting fire restrictions on the Front Range.  Please use extreme caution with campfires as always.  Never leave them unattended and make sure the ashes are cold before you leave” said Forest Supervisor, Monte Williams.

Help prevent wildfires and become a steward of public lands by checking the official local source for the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests at?www.fs.usda.gov/goto/arp/knowbefore.

Hydrant Flushing In Sunnyside

The Utilities Staff will be flushing hydrants in the Sunnyside neighborhood on August 11th, 17th, and 18th. We flush hydrants annually to help maintain the best water quality possible.

During this time, residents may notice a slight decrease in water pressure or discoloration of water.  Water discoloration results from temporary disturbances of the normal water flow within our piping network. These short-term changes in flow can stir up naturally occurring minerals and sediment that settle within the water mains. The objective of the water main/hydrant flushing program is to remove these accumulated sediments from our pipes by flushing the water out of the fire hydrants.

If water discoloration does occur, customers should try to refrain from using hot water and run their cold-water faucets ONLY until the water appears clear.

If you should have any questions or concerns during this time, please contact the Utilities Department at 303.258.3088.

Thank you for your cooperation during this important water quality process.