The City of Wheat Ridge is recruiting residents interested in participating as a volunteer on the City’s Planning Commission.
Applicants for positions on boards and commissions must live in the district for which they are applying except for At-Large positions. Sometimes exceptions can be made, so apply if interested.
Applications can be found at ci.wheatridge.co.us/112...
Jefferson County Housing Authority offers assistance to low to moderate income homeowners with emergency and essential repairs to their homes.
Jefferson County Housing Authority (JCHA) offers a $5,000 grant for seniors and disabled homeowners as well as low interest loans with deferred payments to qualified homeowners. The program assists low to moderate income homeowners with emergency and esse...
WRPD Chief Brennan will join other law enforcement officials for a panel discussion hosted by Jeffco Public Schools on School Safety, Tues., March 20, 2018, from 6-8:30 p.m. at Lakewood High School 9700 W. 8th Ave Lakewood.
The panel will include:
Ed Brady, Arvada Police Chief
Dan Brennan, Wheat Ridge Police Chief
Tim Carlson, Westminster Police Chief
John-Michael Keyes, I Love U Guys Foundation
Bill Kilpatrick, Golden Police Chief
John Mackey, Edgewater Police Chief
Dan McCasky, L...
WRPD Dog Walker Watch class will be held on Tuesday, March 20, 2018, from 6 - 7 p.m.
The program is designed to add more ears and eyes for WRPD to identify and report suspicious behavior as neighbors walk around the community on daily dog walks. The one hour class will teach participants how to recognize and report suspicious behavior. Wh...
Mayor Starker was recently part of a panel discussion on the G Line commuter rail.
Wheat Ridge Mayor Bud Starker, Arvada Mayor Marc Williams and RTD Spokesperson Scott Reed sat down recently with 9News anchor Mark Koebrich for Let's Talk to discuss progress on the G Line commuter rail. No definitive date on when the rail line will open ...
The final phases of Denver Water’s Ashland Reservoir Project are scheduled to be complete in early-June of 2018. The work that remains will impact neighbors and businesses along W. 29th Avenue.
Starting Mon., March 12, W. 29th Avenue will be closed for approximately three weeks between Fenton Street and just past Depew Street. Businesses will remain open and access will be maintained, as will two-way traffic on Fenton Street.
City Council approved the postponement of the public hearing on Clear Creek Crossing to be held March 26, 2018.
At the City Council meeting on Monday, Feb. 12, City Council voted to grant the postponement of the public hearing on Clear Creek Crossing to occur on Monday, March 26, 2018. While the public hearing was not opened last Monday night, the developer, Evergr...
Registration for the Large Item Pickup Program Opens April 2, 2018. Available Pickup dates are Sat., May 12, 2018, and Sat., May 19, 2018.
The 2018 Large Item Pick up Program is for Wheat Ridge residences only (not businesses or apartment complexes) located within Wheat Ridge City limits.
What is the Large Item Pickup Program?
The first 275 City of Wheat Ridge residences that register for the ...