Last week, the Town of Firestone applied to the State of Colorado’s Small Business Relief Program and was notified that it had received funding to administer the program to Firestone businesses.
Upon arrival, crews found smoke and searched for any signs of a fire. FFFD did transport one person with injuries. While the incident is still under investigation, early indications are that the incident does not involve oil and gas.
Action Items from the January 13, 2021 Board of Trustees Meeting.
This week, the Town of Firestone applied to the State of Colorado’s Small Business Relief (SBR) Program. Should the Town receive funding, the Town’s Economic Development office will work with qualified businesses to apply for the program.
The Board of Trustees is looking for volunteers to serve on the Planning & Zoning Commission, a seven-member commission that recommends various development matters to the Board of Trustees for consideration.
These events provide a great opportunity to speak with Firestone’s elected officials and staff, ask questions and discuss issues or concerns related to the Town of Firestone. There will not be a formal presentation, so log-in whenever you can to chat.
This year has been particularly challenging for us all. I have been reflecting on what successes we have had this year at the Town of Firestone. Even in the midst of a global pandemic, we've had a very busy year.
Action Items from the December 9, 2020 Board of Trustees Meeting.
Much like many other communities along the Front Range, the Town of Firestone has had to think creatively to ensure that the demands of raw water and treated water can be met over the next 30+ years.