The City of Longmont Natural Resources Department is holding a public meeting regarding the management plan for Buttonrock Preserve. The date and venue of the meeting have changed:
Change Your Calendars!
Your input in the Button Rock Preserve Management Planning Process is important to us and we appreciate all the feedback you have submitted on Engage Longmont.
We are starting to host public meetings to further the planning process and to gather your ideas, thoughts, feelings, etc. in person. Our introduction meeting has been updated to a new date and place. Please see below and change your calendar reminders to reflect the changes:
Date: June 25
Time: 6 – 8 p.m.
Location: Longmont Parks, Open Space & Trails Building, 7 S. Sunset Street,Longmont
If you cannot make it to this first meeting, please continue to check the Engage Longmont project page for updates!
Project Manager, Button Rock Preserve
The City of Longmont is updating its Wildlife Management Plan that was originally adopted in 2006.
During this meeting, the project team will present a draft of the updated Wildlife Management Plan to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board. The meeting will be held at the Sunset Campus from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.
Snacks will also be available during the informal open house portion of the meeting. More public meetings will follow.
Please click on the image below to look at the meeting boards provided at the 5/23/19 Wildlife Management Plan update public meeting.
This meeting will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. and will include a findings presentation and visioning workshop on the Wildlife Management Plan Update.
This meeting will be held at the Sunset Campus.
Snacks will be available during the informal open house portions of these meetings.
For more information, visit https://www.longmontcolorado.gov/departments/departments-n-z/parks-open-space-trails/plans-maps-and-reports/wildlife-management-plan.
The City of Longmont is holding 2 public meetings tonight on the proposed updates to the City’s Land Development Code. The two meetings, which will be identical in content, are being held at the Longmont Museum’s classroom at 400 Quail Road from 3:30pm to 5:00pm and 6:00pm to 7:30pm.
While the update to the Land Development Code doesn’t include changes to the sections of the code dealing with species protection and riparian setbacks, please consider attending one of the two meetings, or sending in comments, urging the City to strengthen these provisions. It is particularly important that they hear from YOU that the 150 foot riparian setback must be retained.
Comments can be sent to the Planning & Development Services Department at 303-651-8330 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.