PLEASE READ: Several residents’ on Doe Trail are experiencing frozen pipes. If your pipes are frozen, please contact the water department at: 303.258.7985. If your pipes are not frozen, please remember to drip your faucets. Note: There are no water quality issues. Yesterday our water crew assisted a resident whose pipes were frozen. Aiding the community member did not require our crew to break ground or enter pipes…only thaw them. Questions? Concerns? 303.258.7985.
Join your community on February 26th in the Barker Res. conversation!
Here is a link to the Master Plan for your review.
Please plan accordingly. The entire road will not be closed, just sections.
Due to emergency water line work, Doe Trail (in the Big Springs neighborhood) will be closed to thru-traffic all day on Thursday, February 21, 2019.
The Utilities Department appreciates your understanding and cooperation in this matter.
Tomorrow night’s PROSAB meeting (2/21/2019) has been cancelled.
PROSAB and the Board of Trustees invite you to join your community members on February 26th at 6:30 p.m. for an open forum to discuss the Barker Reservoir project! Share your ideas! Lets create a great space together!
The forum will be held in the Multipurpose Room of the Nederland Community Center. Please note, doors are locked by 8:00 p.m.
Last night the Board of Trustees approved the submission of a grant to help improve the walkability, roadways, and parking spaces in Nederland!
Visit Civic Webs link to view the Transportation Improvement Program Grant: https://nederlandco.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/13826?preview=13925
If you would like share your thoughts on the grant, please feel free to contact us!
Join your community on 2.19.19 at the Nederland Community Center for the next BOT meeting that begins at 7:00 pm and is in the multipurpose room!
Burning will continue through the weekend and into next week as conditions allow on National Forest lands in Boulder and Gilpin counties. Fire managers constantly monitor conditions and forecasts, and staff the area as needed until burning is complete. Crews successfully burned 1,100 piles, or 35 acres so far this week.
Burning generally begins after 10 a.m. and ceases several hours before sunset. Burning will be focused in the following areas:
- James Creek Units M0501 M0503 150 acres of hand piles or approx. 4,500 piles; Potential smoke impacts:Ward, Bar K subdivision, Gold Lake, Jamestown Gold Hill, Rowena; General location: Gold Lake Rd 1 East of Peak to Peak Hwy. [30 acres remaining]
- James Creek Units M0502, M3202, H3101: 200 acres of hand piles or approx. 4,000 piles; Potential smoke impacts:Ward, Bar K subdivision Gold Lake, Jamestown Gold Hill, Rowena; General location: Peak to Peak Hwy 1 mile North of Ward Gold Lake and County Rd 100 and 103. [50 acres remaining]
- James Creek Unit H1501 M1603 M1401 M1603: 500 acres of hand piles or approx. 5,000 piles; Potential smoke impacts:Sky View Estates, Glacier View , Bar K subdivision Gold Lake, Jamestown; General location: 2 miles east of Peak to Peak on Overland Rd.
Conditions are evaluated each day to determine if ignition will take place. Precipitation, wind, temperature, fuel moisture and staffing all play a part in when and whether ignition occurs. Wind helps disperse smoke created during pile burning operations and snow helps keep the piles contained. Seeing flames and smoke, even after dark, is part of normal operations. This is one way that we can help reduce fuels on the landscape under the safest conditions.
Public and firefighter safety is always the number one priority in burning operations.