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Bike Fort Collins Announces Dave Dixon as New Executive Director

The Board of Directors of Bike Fort Collins (BFC) is excited to announce Dave Dixon as the organization’s next Executive Director.  Replacing Interim Executive Director, Bruce Henderson, Dixon’s appointment represents BFC’s continued commitment to its mission to increase participation in active transportation and advance culture and policy changes that support safer streets and...

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Use Pace Bike Share this Bike to Work Day!

Did you know there are 42 Pace Bike Share stations in Fort Collins? If you commute into Fort Collins for work or just want to try Pace (plus load up the front basket with free breakfast), we've put together a few stations to check out a bike, and where the closet coffee, treats and burritos happen to be for Bike to Work Day June 26. For a full station map, check out the Pace app for real-time...

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Biking to Open Streets

Our Active Living program, in collaboration with LCDHE Built Environment, and the Fort Collins Bike Co-op hosted a biking to open streets event for the Poudre Valley Mobile Home Park. And while we had several participants, attendance was lighter than anticipated due to the Father's Day holiday, but it allowed us to focus on the experience and ensure that everyone felt comfortable with the ride....

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2019 Candidate Questionnaire: Noah Hutchison, Councilmember District 2

As a heads up, this election will be mail only. By March 18 all registered voters will be mailed their ballots and will need to be returned to the City Clerk by 7 p.m. on April 2.  All voters will be electing a new mayor, and voters in Districts 2, 4 and 6 will be electing representatives. In addition to those elections, voters will be presented with ballot and financial issues, or...

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2019 Candidate Questionnaire: Emily Gorgol, Councilmember District 6

As a heads up, this election will be mail only. By March 18 all registered voters will be mailed their ballots and will need to be returned to the City Clerk by 7 p.m. on April 2.  All voters will be electing a new mayor, and voters in Districts 2, 4 and 6 will be electing representatives. In addition to those elections, voters will be presented with ballot and financial issues, or...

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2019 Candidate Questionnaire: Joe Somodi, Councilmember District 1

As a heads up, this election will be mail only. By March 18 all registered voters will be mailed their ballots and will need to be returned to the City Clerk by 7 p.m. on April 2.  All voters will be electing a new mayor, and voters in Districts 2, 4 and 6 will be electing representatives. In addition to those elections, voters will be presented with ballot and financial issues, or...

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2019 Candidate Questionnaire: Julie Pignataro, Councilmember District 2

As a heads up, this election will be mail only. By March 18 all registered voters will be mailed their ballots and will need to be returned to the City Clerk by 7 p.m. on April 2.  All voters will be electing a new mayor, and voters in Districts 2, 4 and 6 will be electing representatives. In addition to those elections, voters will be presented with ballot and financial issues, or...

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2019 Candidate Questionnaire: Wade Troxell, Mayor

As a heads up, this election will be mail only. By March 18 all registered voters will be mailed their ballots and will need to be returned to the City Clerk by 7 p.m. on April 2.  All voters will be electing a new mayor, and voters in Districts 2, 4 and 6 will be electing representatives. In addition to those elections, voters will be presented with ballot and financial issues, or...

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2019 Candidate Questionnaire: Lori Brunswig, Councilmember District 6

As a heads up, this election will be mail only. By March 18 all registered voters will be mailed their ballots and will need to be returned to the City Clerk by 7 p.m. on April 2.  All voters will be electing a new mayor, and voters in Districts 2, 4 and 6 will be electing representatives. In addition to those elections, voters will be presented with ballot and financial issues, or...

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2019 Candidate Questionnaire: Glenn E. Haas, Councilmember District 1.

As a heads up, this election will be mail only. By March 18 all registered voters will be mailed their ballots and will need to be returned to the City Clerk by 7 p.m. on April 2.  All voters will be electing a new mayor, and voters in Districts 2, 4 and 6 will be electing representatives. In addition to those elections, voters will be presented with ballot and financial issues, or...

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