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weekly e-News update.
November 22, 2013
- Most City Facilities Closed Thursday
- It's Time to Skate
- FEMA Deadline Extended to November 30
- Receive Free Tote When You Spend $15 in Longmont
- New Resource Will Help Keep You Up To Date on Flood Recovery
- Downtown Longmont Holiday Tree Lighting
- Opening Doors for Parents
Most City Facilities Closed Thursday
Longmont city government observes Thanksgiving on Thursday, November 28, as a holiday. The following facilities are CLOSED: Civic Center, Service Center, Recreation Center, Senior Center, Library, Museum, Youth Center, Development Services Center, and Waste Diversion Center. The St. Vrain Memorial Building will host a special Turkey Buster Fitness Boot Camp at 7 am, and Centennial Pool will hold special fitness classes from 7 to 11 am. Thursday trash and recycling will be collected on Friday. For more information visit http://www.ci.longmont.co.us.
It's Time to Skate
The Longmont Ice Pavilion is now open! Located at Roosevelt Park, 725 8th Avenue, the Longmont Ice Pavilion is a seasonal ice rink, offering public ice skating, hockey, skating lessons and party facilities throughout the winter, weather permitting. Extended open skate hours are available during the Thanksgiving break. Visit http://www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec/icerink or call 303-774-4777 for more information.
FEMA Deadline Extended to November 30
The deadline to register with FEMA for disaster assistance has been extended to Saturday, November 30. Visit www.DisasterAssistance.gov or call 1-800-621-3362 to register with FEMA no matter how large or small the scope of your damage.
Receive Free Tote When You Spend $15 in Longmont
Spend $15 at a participating Longmont retailer, bring your coupon and receive a free holiday tote bag. This annual City of Longmont shop local campaign begins on Black Friday, November 29 and runs through New Year's Day. See the list of participating retailers and print your coupon at youbelonginlongmont.com/tote.
New Resource Will Help You Stay Up to Date on Flood Recovery
Longmont has begun the long road to recovery from the historic September floods, and the City is developing new tools to keep residents informed as strides are made. You can now track the progress of flood-related repair and reconstruction projects with an informative online map located at www.ci.longmont.co.us/flood-info. By zooming in, visitors can select specific locations and view documents, photos, project costs, start and end dates, and – coming soon! – videos. The map will be updated as projects proceed over the next several years and is a great way to follow the City’s recovery. The November issue of City Line highlighted planned 2014 utility rate increases. Two of those rate increases – the $5.28 storm drainage user fee increase and $2 (of the $3) parks and greenway maintenance fee increase – will be applied to flood recovery and leveraged to gain additional funds from state and federal sources.
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Downtown Longmont Holiday Tree Lighting
Plan to be at the 6th Avenue Plaza on Main Street this Friday, November 29, as the holiday spirit takes over downtown. At 6:45 pm, the Salvation Army Band and carolers from Jesters Dinner Theatre perform holiday songs followed at 7 pm by the lighting of the holiday tree, visits from Santa and holiday characters, and more. For more information visit http://www.downtownlongmont.com.
Opening Doors for Parents
Opening Doors (For parents with children birth to 5)/ Abriendo Puertas is a 10-week session where you will learn valuable ways to relate and communicate with your child, learn about ages and stages of development, how to be your child’s first teacher, choosing pre-school and child care services, and effective strategies for challenging parenting situations. Attend regularly to win prizes each week. Class meets every Tuesday form 6 pm to 8 pm, starts January 14, 2014 and ends March 18, 2014. Register today at 303-774-3754 or email@example.com, Children & Youth Resources 1050 Lashley Street. Child care and dinner available.
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