INTERACTIVE ART TO ENLIVEN CIVIC AREA, BOULDER NEIGHBORHOODS
The Library and Arts Department and the Office of Arts and Culture plans to implement
a series of temporary, interactive public art projects over the next 12 to 18 months with
existing funds designated for public art in order to activate the Civic Area
and other city neighborhoods, re-engage the community in a dialogue around public art
and increase public input into the Community Cultural Plan. To read more, click here.
CITY OF BOULDER – CODE ENFORCEMENT
Do you know the number one complaint in Boulder? At their April 8 Study Session, Council reviewed code enforcement issues, and it turns out the answer is trash, followed by signs. To review the presentation, click here.
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