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INDEX OF INFORMATION ITEMS Tuesday, June 12, 2018

INFORMATION ITEMS 1. Bike Lane Trial Project 2. 2018 Sustainability Matching Grant - FLOWS program Metrics 3. City Council Calendar Of Upcoming Events And Meetings.
Tagged Passions:council, Bicycles, sustainability, program, grant, events, and bicycles

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CITY COUNCIL COMMUNICATION

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MEETING DATE: June 12, 2018 ITEM NUMBER: 1.

SECOND READING: N/A

TYPE OF ITEM: Information

PRESENTED BY: Dale Rademacher, PWNR General Manager, (303) 651-8355 Micah Zogorski, Sr. Civil Engineer, (303) 651-8594 Holly Milne, Communications Manager, (303) 774-4387 Phil Greenwald, Transportation Planner, (303) 651-8335 SUBJECT/AGENDA TITLE: Bike Lane Trial Project EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Improving and expanding Longmont s bicycle network is an important and ongoing effort guided by the City s Envision Longmont Multimodal Comprehensive Plan. As part of that effort, the City is utilizing routine street re-striping work to test ways of creating new bicycle facilities on existing streets. This test effort has been termed the Bike Lane Trial Project (BLTP) and is set to launch in June 2018. Through the BLTP, the City will evaluate the feasibility and function of three different on-street bicycle treatments. As part of evaluation, feedback will be collected from bicyclists, motorists and City street maintenance crews. The results will be used to help City staff identify and prioritize future bicycle improvement projects.
Tagged Passions:transportation, strategic, streets, manager, Communications, Bicycles, communications, and bicycles

COUNCIL OPTIONS: None required - Information

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RECOMMENDED OPTIONS: None required - Information

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FISCAL IMPACT FUND SOURCE FOR RECOMMENDED ACTION: The cost of the Bike Lane Trial Project (estimated 50,000) will be paid from the Street Fund and is already appropriated in the 2018 Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Program (TRP011).

BACKGROUND AND ISSUE ANALYSIS: Idea Origination With the development of the Enhanced Multi-use Corridor Plan, various on-street bicycle treatments (e.g. buffered bike lanes and separated bike lanes) are being proposed throughout Longmont. Since these specific types of facilities have not yet been installed on Longmont s streets, Staff has questions/concerns about capital costs, maintenance impacts and how these types of facilities will be received by motorists and bicyclists.
Tagged Passions:budget, streets, capital spending, Capital Spending, development, Bicycles, corridor, program, Development, and bicycles

In particular, there are increased challenges with maintenance activities for the separated bike lane due to the narrower width between the curb and the vertical delineator. This width is typically between seven and eight feet, which requires specialized equipment to conduct street sweeping and snow removal operations for the separated bike lane. The vertical delineators

Tagged Passions:streets, Bicycles, snow, equipment, and bicycles

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between the vehicular travel lane and the bicycle lane also impact how the snow is plowed for the adjacent travel lane. For example, snowplows may have to push snow to the inside of the street instead of pushing it to the outside curb. The City s Operations staff recommends evaluating the maintenance impacts associated with the separated bike lanes prior to widespread installation throughout the City.

In addition, there are a number of different types of options and available products for creating the separation between the travel lane and bike lane. The BLTP is an opportunity for the City to test various types of products/manufacturers for effectiveness, durability and installation cost. Fruition through Collaboration The BLTP has been a joint effort between PWNR Engineering Services, PWNR Operations, and Planning Development Services staff. The collaboration of multiple departments/work groups has brought expertise and various perspectives to the discussion around the benefits and challenges associated with implementing the new on-street bicycle facilities. Building consensus and involving key City staff from the early planning stages through construction has been integral to this project. Project Goals Allow bicycle users of different abilities to explore what bike lane treatments they prefer Test treatments in the field for bicyclists, drivers, and City maintenance crews Collect feedback from residents about their experiences traveling in the test areas Utilize findings to prioritize and plan future on-street bicycle facility improvement opportunities On-Street Bike Facilities to be Tested Several different bike lane facility styles exist, but not all styles are feasible for all streets. Each street segment, and the treatment identified for it, had to fit specific feasibility criteria. Retrofitting bicycle facilities into existing streets requires evaluating space available, traffic travel speeds, maintenance operations and connectivity to the greater Longmont bicycle network. Through the BLTP, Longmont travelers have the opportunity to try out three specific types of on-street bicycle facilities.
Tagged Passions:streets, services, development, Bicycles, snow, travel, planning, facility, construction, traffic, Development, and bicycles

Shared Lane Arrows / Sharrows

The sharrows or shared street is appropriate for

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low-volume, low-speed streets where bicyclists can

share the travel lane with vehicular traffic. Selected Street Segment: S. Bowen Street between Iowa Avenue and S. Pratt Parkway
Tagged Passions:streets, travel, and traffic

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Buffered Bike Lane

Buffered bike lanes are conventional bicycle lanes paired with additional street striping that creates designated buffer space separating the bicycle lane from the adjacent motor vehicle travel lane and/or parking lane. Selected Street Segment: S. Pratt Parkway between Ken Pratt Boulevard and Pike Road Separated Bike Lane Separated bike lanes use a combination of horizontal separation (like buffer distance) and vertical

Tagged Passions:streets, Bicycles, travel, bicycles, and parking

separation (such as flexible posts, curbs and/or parked

cars) to protect bicyclists from motor vehicle traffic. The combination of separation elements can provide a lower stress bicycle experience as compared to a shared or conventional bike lane. This treatment is best suited for high-volume, high-speed roads. Selected Street Segment: Pike Road (westbound only) between S. Sunset Street and S. Hover Street Schedule Work to install the bicycle test facilities for this pilot program is scheduled to occur prior to the 2018 Bike to Work Day held on June 27. The test period will run approximately one year to allow trial throughout all four seasons. Outreach The BLTP was presented to the Transportation Advisory Board for its feedback and comment on March 12, 2018. A webpage, bit.ly/bike-lane-trial, houses all the details of this project. Signage will be posted at various points in the project area to inform the public of the effort and encourage their involvement. Staff is also working to plan one or two bike-n-learn events in which City staff and the public can enjoy a guided tour of the BLTP. The City will also utilize its involvement in 2018 Bike to Work Day to promote and share the BLTP with the Longmont bicycling community. Feedback Once the Bike Lane Trail Project is launched, cyclists of all comfort and ability levels will be encouraged to try out the different bike lane facility styles and share feedback. Motorists will
Tagged Passions:signage, parks, transportation, streets, Bicycles, advertising, trails, program, facility, traffic, events, and bicycles

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also be encouraged to offer feedback on their travel experiences through the test areas. Comment forms will be posted on the BLTP webpage at bit.ly/bike-lane-trial.

Additionally, City street maintenance crews will give feedback on the ease or difficulty of performing tasks (such as sweeping and snow plowing) with the various treatment options. Future City Staff will use the feedback obtained from the public and maintenance staff to guide decisions regarding future installation of these types of on-street bicycle facilities throughout the City. ATTACHMENTS: Bike Lane Trial Project Informational Signage
Tagged Passions:signage, streets, Bicycles, snow, advertising, travel, and bicycles

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LEFT HAND CREEK PARK

KANEMOTO PARK AFFOLTER PARK S H O VE R ST KEN PRATT BLVD S SH ER M A N S T JERSEY AVE NELSON ROAD LE FT H AN D CR EE K LEFTHAND DR KANSAS AVE MULTI-USE TRAIL Paved trail closed to motorized tra c
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BIKE LANE Street with designatd lane for bicycles

BIKE ROUTE Cars and bicycle share the street SIDEPATH Wide sidewalk connecting bike facilities BIKE LANE TRIAL PROJECT New bike facilities testing area

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S BO W EN S T NORTH S PR A TT P KW Y S M A IN S T MI SS OU RI A VE PIKE RD S SU N SE T ST BIKE NE TRIAL PROJECT LEARN MORE GIVE YOUR FEEDBACK bit.ly/bike-lane-trial Improving and expanding Longmont s bicycle network is an important and ongoing effort guided by the City s Envision Longmont Multimodal Comprehensive Plan. As part of that effort, the City is utilizing routine street re-striping work to test ways of creating new bicycle facilities on existing streets. Through this project, Longmont travelers can try out three different types of on-street bicycle facilities as illustrated below.

Tagged Passions:strategic, streets, Bicycles, and bicycles

Each street segment and the treatment identified for it had to fit specific feasibility criteria. Retro- fitting bicycle facilities into existing streets requires evaluating space available, traffic travel speeds, maintenance operations (e.g. snow removal, street sweeping, etc.) and connectivity to the greater Longmont bicycle network.

AREAS SELECTED Allow bicycle users of different abilities to explore what bike lane treatments they prefer Test treatments in the field for bicyclists, drivers and City maintenance crews Collect feedback from residents about their experiences traveling in the test areas GOALS SHARED LANE MARKINGS Sharrows

Tagged Passions:streets, Bicycles, snow, travel, traffic, and bicycles

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Bowen St S Pratt Pkwy Westbound Pike Rd

BUFFERED BIKE LANES Addl. Street Striping PROTECTED BIKE LANES Physical Separation Devices LONGMONT BIKE MAPS
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CITY COUNCIL COMMUNICATION

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MEETING DATE: June 12, 2018 ITEM NUMBER: 2.

SECOND READING: N/A

TYPE OF ITEM: Information

PRESENTED BY: Lisa Knoblauch, Sustainability Coordinator, 303-651-8403

SUBJECT/AGENDA TITLE: 2018 Sustainability Matching Grant FLOWS program Metrics
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: On April 10th, 2018, a resolution to authorize the Mayor to sign an intergovernmental agreement with Boulder County for the sustainability grant to support the FLOWS pilot in Longmont went before City Council. Council approved the resolution, but requested staff follow up with additional information to further clarify what metrics will be used to determine success and whether or not the program will be recommended for full implementation.

Staff from both Sustainability and Community Services, who will be involved in implementing and evaluating the program, discussed and drafted the approach described below to assess the success of this initial phase of the program and determine whether to recommend its continuation in future years. Staff would like to emphasize that this program primarily focuses on capacity building and community engagement in sustainability, which is largely the foundation for the partnership between Sustainability and Community Services. The 2018 pilot project is designed to be a learning phase that will inform how to appropriately adapt the concept for larger scale availability over the next three to four years. A number of both quantitative and qualitative impacts will be measured annually and used to make changes to the program, if needed, and improve outcomes. RECOMMENDED OPTIONS: N/A
Tagged Passions:council, services, sustainability, intergovernmental, program, and grant

FISCAL IMPACT FUND SOURCE FOR RECOMMENDED ACTION: The cost of administering the grant (primarily tracking and reporting expenditures) is minimal and will be covered by Environmental Services staff. The matching share for the grant will come from the sustainability program funds in the Environmental Services budget. Community Services staff will be the primary contacts for the CU/FLOWS participants; Public Works Natural Resources has funded FTE in Community Services to help with sustainability strategies.

BACKGROUND AND ISSUE ANALYSIS: In February of 2018, Boulder County awarded a sustainability grant of 15,000 to the City to fund a project that meets several energy, water, and community objectives in the City s Sustainability Plan. The project involves working with the
Tagged Passions:Utility, public works, Public Works, utility, budget, services, sustainability, energy, water, program, environment, grant, and funding

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University of Colorado (CU) Office of Climate and Energy Justice to pilot the Foundations for Leaders Organizing for Water and Sustainability (FLOWS) Program in Longmont. This program focuses on community engagement and capacity building around sustainability by partnering students and/or community members with residents to enhance water and energy conservation in communities of color and low-income communities.

On April 10th, 2018, a resolution to authorize the Mayor to sign an intergovernmental agreement with Boulder County for the sustainability grant to support the FLOWS pilot in Longmont went before City Council. Council pulled the resolution in order to discuss the need for more clarified metrics to assess the impact and efficacy of the pilot program. Council subsequently approved the resolution, but requested staff follow up with an additional information item to further clarify what metrics will be used to determine success and whether or not the program will be recommended for full implementation. The Longmont FLOWS pilot program will adapt an established program of our partner at the University of Colorado to engage neighborhoods and residents as facilitators of the City s adopted sustainability goals. Built on successful national models of in-home energy and water conservation programs, the project will use various physical improvements as a forum to address harder to achieve, yet very important, sustainability education and lifestyle improvements. The 2018 pilot project is designed as a learning phase that will inform how to appropriately adapt the concept for larger scale availability over the next three to four years, most likely through our well-established network of neighborhood groups. This one-year pilot project is not expected to produce significant measurable impacts at this scale, nor is it a study designed to determine if it should be continued. That is a decision that will be evaluated annually with a hard decision made after three or four years of implementation when sufficient data is collected to realistically determine impact. As currently conceived, the program is expected to require a minimal amount of additional resources annually to make available on an ongoing basis to additional neighborhoods. A number of quantitative and qualitative factors will be measured annually to facilitate program adaptation and improve outcomes each year. The primary goals that we will attempt to measure during both the one-year pilot program and wider implementation phase are included below. An internal evaluation by Sustainability and Community Services staff at the end of each year will determine if improvements to the categories below are sufficient to continue the program. Staff will also consider if other criteria should be measured and evaluated on an annual basis, but acquisition of more data is unlikely to improve evaluation and would prove burdensome to analyze at this point. Little to no impact over a multi-year period in the following categories would result in program cancellation. The criteria detailed below will be measured through pre and post participation surveys, intake/evaluation forms, and follow-up interviews as appropriate (possibly including multiple years after initial contact). Data collection materials have not yet been created. 1) Analysis of the number of sustainability goals incorporated and an assessment of the impact of the program on each goal (see next section, below). Although the original program focused more narrowly on energy and water conservation, we believe there is an opportunity to simultaneously incorporate other complimentary programs and

Tagged Passions:Utility, materials, utility, council, university, education, services, poverty, sustainability, intergovernmental, energy, students, neighborhood, water, program, Conservation, environment, and grant

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opportunities. We expect three to six goals will initially be included; energy efficiency, water conservation, waste diversion, and community cohesion.

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2) Do education programs, both in-home one-on-one conversations (with each household) and community education forums (neighborhood wide), lead to enhanced knowledge, skills, and attitudes (key factors identified in sustainability research) about sustainability, opportunities, resources, and individual responsibilities?

3) Do participants develop relationships with technicians and other neighbors that support sustainable behaviors and increase social capital (relationships, trust, etc.) in the community? 4) Does the community group increase capacity to facilitate neighborhood scale sustainability improvements?
Tagged Passions:education, sustainability, neighborhood, program, and behavior

5) Does the use of trained community-based technicians increase capacity and are we able to identify community members interested in being community technicians?

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Based on the CU Boulder model two technicians will be trained per community (two communities in the pilot phase), one focused on in-home improvements and one on household education

6) Does the program benefit the harder to reach populations based on a comparison of the demographics of the community? The program will specifically target households that are traditionally under-served, low-income and communities of color, but be open to all households in the target locations. 7) Are established partnerships adequate or are additional partnerships with other (complementary) city divisions or outside entities beneficial and/or should existing ones be extended? Although the sample size will be too small in the pilot phase to ascertain significant quantitative outcomes, we will also track estimated impact of the program through the collection of utility data on an annual basis for each participating household. Each year, including the year prior, we will collect and compare the following data for participant households to determine if the program is having a sufficient impact to justify expenses (contingent on data availability). 1) The number of households in the pilot communities that participate in the program a. We expect to engage approximately 10 households in the selected multifamily site that will have 30-40 units. b. We expect to engage approximately 10 households in the selected single-family

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neighborhood. 2) The MWh of energy saved through efficiency improvements per unit and aggregate. 3) The number of gallons of water saved through efficiency improvements per unit and

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aggregate. 4) The financial savings in participant utility bills per unit and aggregate. 5) Greenhouse gas reduction per unit and aggregate.

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GHG impact will be calculated based on energy savings and measured against the City s greenhouse gas reduction targets to assess the potential of this program to support advancement toward meeting those targets.

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We expect the pilot program, including site selection, technician training, implementation, and data evaluation to be completed by the spring of 2019. At that time, all of the data collected will be analyzed to determine if the program s impact and potential are sufficient to continue. The

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same analysis will be conducted each year thereafter until the program benefits are well established or it is determined it should be discontinued.

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3.

CITY COUNCIL COMMUNICATION

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MEETING DATE: June 12, 2018 ITEM NUMBER: 3.

SECOND READING: N/A

TYPE OF ITEM: Information

PRESENTED BY: Maria Tostado, Executive Assistant, 303-651-8601 SUBJECT/AGENDA TITLE: City Council Calendar Of Upcoming Events And Meetings.
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Monthly calendar updated weekly by the City Manager s Office.

COUNCIL OPTIONS: Information Only RECOMMENDED OPTIONS: N/A

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FISCAL IMPACT FUND SOURCE FOR RECOMMENDED ACTION: N/A

BACKGROUND AND ISSUE ANALYSIS: None

ATTACHMENTS: Calendar

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June 2018 May 2018 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 July 2018 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Closed) 7:00PM - 9:00PM Canceled: Library Board Meeting (Waters) (Library Board Room (Library, 409 4th Avenue))

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7:00PM - 7:00PM City Council Meeting - CANCELLED - (Five

Tuesday's this month)

Directors Meeting (Bagley) (Platte River Power Authority, 2000 E. Horsetooth Rd, Fort Collins, CO 80525)

5:00PM - 6:00PM Micah Project Groundbreaking Ceremony (1500 9th Avenue, Longmont )

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lunch silent auction (Community Room at the Safety Justice Bldg)

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5:00PM - 9:15PM City Council Meeting (Board Commission

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Interviews at 350 Kimbark Street) (following the meeting, council members may assemble at O'Shay's, 512 Main St. or other location TBA) (City Manager's Conference Room)

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10:00AM - 12:00PM Senior Citizens Advisory Board Monthly

Meeting (Martin) (Senior Center ) 6:30PM - 8:30PM Boulder County Consortium of Cities Meeting
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- SPECIAL LEADERSHIP PRESENTATION with Sam Mamet and Sam Light (1901 63rd Street, Boulder)

6:30PM - 8:00PM North I 25 Coalition (Finley) (Weld Southwest Service Center, 4209 CR24.5 Longmont) 7 5:00PM - 7:00PM Historic Preservation Commission (Rodriguez) (City Council Chambers - 350 Kimbark Street)
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7:30AM - 9:00AM Business Before Hours - Longmont Chamber

(The Legacy Apartments, 2727 Nelson Road) 8:30AM - 10:30AM Council Work Session (Study Session Room) 4:00PM - 5:30PM Sumo Sushi Grill's Ribbon cutting
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ceremony (225 Ken Pratt Blvd, Ste 140)

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Meetings (Rodriguez) (Council Study Session Room, 350 Kimbark Street)

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6:00PM - 8:00PM Transportation Advisory Board (Peck) (Development Services Center 385 Kimbark Street - Twin Sisters Conference Room)

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7:00PM - 10:00PM Park and Recreation Advisory Board Meeting (Waters) (Conference Room) 12

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7:15AM - 9:00AM Commuting Solutions Membership Meeting (1st BANK Center, 11450 Broomfield Lane, Broomfield 80021)

8:00AM - 2:00PM Windy Gap Participants Committee Meeting (Martin) (Northern Water, 220 Water Avenue, Berthoud, Co 80513)

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3:30PM - 5:00PM Longmont Youth Council (Peck) (Longmont 1050 Lashley St )

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7:00PM - 11:00PM City Council Meeting (Regular Session @ 350 Kimbark St) (following the meeting, council members may assemble at O'Shay's, 512 Main St. or other location TBA) 13 14

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6:00PM - 7:30PM Canceled: AAB Regular Meeting (Martin) (City Council Chambers)

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6:00PM - 8:00PM Canceled: Art in Public Places (Rodriguez) (Museum - classroom A/B)

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6:30PM - 9:30PM Longmont Sister Cities board meeting (Finley) (Civic Center - City Council study session room)

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7:00PM - 9:00PM Housing Human Services Advisory Board Meeting (Christensen) (City Managers Office Conference Room, 350 Kimbark St.) 15 16

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9:00AM - 10:00AM Coffee w/ Council, Waters and Christensen (Perkins Restaurant, 2051 Main Street)

Conference Room - 1100 S. Sherman Street)

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7:00AM - 7:30AM CML Annual Conference (Vail, CO) 7:00PM - 7:00PM City Council Meeting - CANCELLED - (Study

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Session at 350 Kimbark Street) (following the meeting, council members may assemble at O'Shay's, 512 Main St. or other location TBA)

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7:00AM - 7:30AM CML Annual Conference (Vail, CO) 9:30AM - 11:00AM Visit Longmont Board (Rodriguez) (Visit

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Longmont Conference Room, 512 4th Avenue, 103) 3:30PM - 5:00PM Board of Environmental Affairs (Christensen)

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(Water Conference Room - 1100 S. Sherman Street) 4:30PM - 6:00PM Museum Board (Finley) (Longmont Museum,

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400 Quail Rd., 2nd Floor Conference Room) 6:30PM - 8:30PM Denver Regional Council of Governments

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(Peck / Martin), (1290 Broadway, Independence Pass Conference Room, First Floor, Denver, 80203)

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7:00PM - 11:00PM Planning Zoning Commission - Regular Meeting (Rodriguez) (City Council Chambers ) 21

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7:00AM - 7:30AM CML Annual Conference (Vail, CO) 5:00PM - 7:00PM Business After Hours - Longmont Chamber

(TBA) 6:30PM - 8:30PM NGLA/Neighborhood Group Leaders

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Association Monthly Meeting (Waters) (Room DE-Senior Center 910 Longs Peak)

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7:00AM - 7:30AM CML Annual Conference (Vail, CO) 7:30AM - 9:00AM Highway 66 Corridor Coalition Meeting

(Waters) (4209 County Road 24 , SW Weld County building)

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8:15AM - 2:45PM 2018 Longmont Airport Expo (Vance Brand

Airport, 229 Airport Road) 10:30AM - 12:30PM All-America City competition (Denver) Course) 7:00PM - 9:00PM Library Board Meeting (Waters) (Library Board Room (Library, 409 4th Avenue))

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3:30PM - 5:00PM Longmont Youth Council Meeting (Peck)

(Youth Center, 1050 Lashley Street) 7:00PM - 11:00PM City Council Meeting (Regular Session at

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350 Kimbark Street) (following the meeting, council members may assemble at O'Shay's, 512 Main St. or other location TBA)

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4:45PM - 6:30PM Boulder County Resource Conservation

Advisory Board (RCAB) Meeting (Rodriguez) (Boulder County Recycling Center, 1901 63rd St. Boulder)

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7:00PM - 11:00PM Planning Zoning Commission - Special Meeting (Rodriguez) (City Council Chambers )

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8:30AM - 12:00PM Colorado Opportunity Zone Conference

(History Colorado Center, 1200 North Broadway, Denver) 5:30PM - 8:30PM Joint Mtg w/ Boulder County Commissioners

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(Civic Center, 350 Kimbark Street)

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City of Longmont City Council Calendar

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Session at 350 Kimbark Street) (following the meeting, council members may assemble at O'Shay's, 512 Main St. or other location TBA)

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10:00AM - 12:00PM Senior Citizens Advisory Board Monthly

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Meeting - CANCELLED - (Martin) (Senior Center )

Session room)

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Meetings (Rodriguez) (Council Study Session Room, 350 Kimbark Street)

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6:00PM - 8:00PM Transportation Advisory Board (Peck) (Development Services Center 385 Kimbark Street - Twin Sisters Conference Room)

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7:00PM - 10:00PM Park and Recreation Advisory Board Meeting (Waters) (Conference Room) 10

8:00AM - 12:00PM Windy Gap Partipants Committee meeting (Martin) (Northern Water, 220 Water Avenue, Berthoud, CO 80513)

Tagged Passions:Utility, parks, utility, water, and recreation

3:30PM - 5:00PM Longmont Youth Council (Peck) (Longmont 1050 Lashley St )

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7:00PM - 11:00PM City Council Meeting (Regular Session @ 350 Kimbark St) (following the meeting, council members may assemble at O'Shay's, 512 Main St. or other location TBA) 11 12

5:00PM - 7:00PM Historic Preservation Commission (Rodriguez) (City Council Chambers - 350 Kimbark Street)

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, streets, historic, and preservation

6:00PM - 7:30PM AAB Regular Meeting (Martin) (City Council Chambers, 350 Kimbark Street)

6:00PM - 8:00PM Art in Public Places (Rodriguez) (Museum - classroom A/B)

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6:30PM - 9:30PM Longmont Sister Cities board meeting (Finley) (Civic Center - City Council study session room)

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7:00PM - 9:00PM Housing Human Services Advisory Board Meeting (Christensen) (City Managers Office Conference Room, 350 Kimbark St.) 13

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7:30AM - 9:00AM Business Before Hours (TBA)

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Conference Room - 1100 S. Sherman Street) 5:30PM - 8:30PM HOLD for PRAB Field Trip (TBA)

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7:00PM - 10:00PM City Council Meeting (OPEN FORUM at

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350 Kimbark Street) (following the meeting, council members may assemble at O'Shay's, 512 Main St. or other location TBA)

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9:30AM - 11:00AM Visit Longmont Board (Rodriguez) (Visit

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Longmont Conference Room, 512 4th Avenue, 103) 3:30PM - 5:00PM Board of Environmental Affairs (Christensen)

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(Water Conference Room - 1100 S. Sherman Street) 4:30PM - 5:30PM Museum Board (Finley) (Longmont Museum,

No additional detail provided

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400 Quail Rd., 2nd Floor Conference Room) 6:30PM - 8:30PM Denver Regional Council of Governments

No additional detail provided

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(Peck / Martin), (1290 Broadway, Independence Pass Conference Room, First Floor, Denver, 80203)

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7:00PM - 11:00PM Planning Zoning Commission - Regular Meeting (Rodriguez) (City Council Chambers ) 19

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5:00PM - 7:00PM Business After Hours - Longmont Chamber (TBA)

Tagged Passions:business

6:30PM - 8:30PM NGLA/Neighborhood Group Leaders Association Monthly Meeting (Waters) (Room DE-Senior Center 910 Longs Peak)

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Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, neighborhood, and water

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8:30AM - 10:30AM Council Work Session (City Council Study

Session room)

Tagged Passions:council

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Course) 7:00PM - 9:00PM Library Board Meeting (Waters) (Library

Board Room (Library, 409 4th Avenue))

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, water, and library

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3:30PM - 5:00PM Longmont Youth Council Meeting (Peck)

(Youth Center, 1050 Lashley Street) 7:00PM - 11:00PM City Council Meeting (Regular Session at

Tagged Passions:streets and youth

350 Kimbark Street) (following the meeting, council members may assemble at O'Shay's, 512 Main St. or other location TBA)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council and streets

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4:45PM - 6:30PM Boulder County Resource Conservation

Advisory Board (RCAB) Meeting (Rodriguez) (Boulder County Recycling Center, 1901 63rd St. Boulder)

Tagged Passions:recycling and Conservation

7:00PM - 11:00PM Planning Zoning Commission - Special Meeting (Rodriguez) (City Council Chambers )

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, planning, and zoning

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9:00AM - 1:00PM Platte River Power Authority Board of

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:watershed

Directors Meeting (Bagley) (Platte River Power Authority, 2000 E. Horsetooth Rd, Fort Collins, CO 80525)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:watershed

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7:30AM - 9:00AM Highway 66 Corridor Coalition Meeting

(Waters) (4209 County Road 24 , SW Weld County building)

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, streets, corridor, and water

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29 30 31 7:00PM - 11:00PM City Council Meeting (Study Session at 350

Kimbark Street) (following the meeting, council members may assemble at O'Shay's, 512 Main St. or other location TBA)

Tagged Passions:streets

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10:00AM - 12:00PM Senior Citizens Advisory Board Monthly

Meeting (Martin) (Senior Center ) 6:30PM - 8:00PM North I 25 Coalition (Finley) (Weld Southwest Service Center, 4209 CR24.5 Longmont)
Tagged Passions:seniors

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5:00PM - 7:00PM Historic Preservation Commission

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, historic, and preservation

(Rodriguez) (City Council Chambers - 350 Kimbark Street)

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Tagged Passions:streets

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4 6/4/2018 11:20 AM 1/1 Maria Tostado

City of Longmont City Council Calendar

Tagged Passions:council

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AGENDA INFORMATION ITEMS 1. Bike Lane Trial Project [City Council Communication.doc] [COL Bike Lanes Poster_48x36_Final-reduced.pdf]

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Tagged Passions:council, Bicycles, and bicycles

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