Quarterly Community Engagement Meeting
with Superior Board of Trustees
March 6 at 7:00 p.m. at Superior Elementary School

You're invited to discuss questions and issues with Superior Trustees
Including a Presentation on Home Rule

More Than 90% of Colorado Cities & Towns are "Home Rule" Communities,
Why Not Superior?

Monday, March 6th, the Superior Board of Trustees will kick off the first in a new series of Quarterly Community Engagement Meetings. It’s your opportunity to hear from Town leaders on important community topics, like Home Rule, but also interact one-on-one and discuss any questions and concerns, outside of Town Hall, in a more informal and interactive setting.
Arbor Day Celebration and New Park Grand Opening Ceremony!

Saturday, April 15
from 9:00 am - Noon
Save the date for this year's Arbor Day and New Park Grand Opening festivities which will take place at the Town's newest park located at 3151 Indiana Street - next to Eldorado K-8. 

Don’t miss out on this fun family morning event! CLICK HERE for details!

Saturday, April 15
9:00 am - noon at Eldorado K-8 School

The Town will be sponsoring the Household Hazardous Waste and Hard to Recycle Event this year on Saturday, April 15th at Eldorado K-8 School located at 3351 S. Indiana St. between 9:00 am and noon. There is no appointment necessary and you can come by and drop off your items. 

There is a charge to recycle some of the electronic items ranging from $2 to $30. The Town will be paying 50% of the cost for Superior residents as funds allow. Only cash and checks will be accepted the day of the event. Proof of Superior residency will be required to receive the discount. No reservations are required, so please bring your items down! For more information on Electronics and Hard to Recycle items, their prices and what can be recycled, please CLICK HERE.

For additional questions, please call Town Hall at 303-499-3675.
Advisory Committee OPEN HOUSE
Wednesday, April 26
6:00 - 7:30 p.m. at Superior Town Hall

Are You Interested in Learning More About Town Advisory Committees and Commissions?

You are invited to attend an Open House hosted by the Advisory Committees & Commissions on Wednesday, April 26 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. at Superior Town Hall.

The Town currently has the following Committee vacancies:

Recycling and Conservation Advisory Committee - 1

If you are interested in learning more about serving your community by serving on a committee or commission, please stop by. CLICK HERE for an application.
Members of the Town’s Youth Leadership Council worked last year to redesign the Town’s flag, and during the Town Board’s February 13, 2017 meeting they presented the final product.
Transit Updates
Superior Call-n-Ride
Service Available Now
The Superior Call-n-Ride service was reinstated last August. Learn more about this great service available to Superior residents in this   short video or by visiting www.rtd-denver.com.
The new HOV 3+ offers free carpooling in the Express Lanes and is needed to provide uncongested travel now and in the future, as well as to provide funding to help offset costs of the lane.

Local Bus Service -
RTD provides Route 228 local bus service between Broomfield, Superior and Louisville, with convenient connections to other transit options along the way.

Route 228 schedule and map.
Recent Town Board Actions
  • Heard Presentations from: Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett, Meals on Wheels, Downtown Superior Project Update, and the Superior Chamber of Commerce
  • Adopted a Resolution approving an Agreement with Earth Green Fence Products, Inc. for fence painting, staining and repair service  
  • Adopted a Resolution approving an Agreement with Boulder County for 2017 County Youth Corps Program Services 
  • Adopted Resolutions approving Hourly General Services Agreements for On-call and Emergency Services with Superior Maintenance and Brannan Sand & Gravel
  • Adopted a Resolution approving an Agreement with the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District Regarding Final Design, Right-of-Way Acquisition and Construction of Drainage and Flood Control Improvements for Coal Creek from McCaslin Blvd. to US 36 – Superior Metropolitan District No. 1
  • Adopted a Resolution approving an Agreement with Vulcan Industries for replacing the Wastewater Treatment Plant Screening System Equipment – Superior Metropolitan District No. 1
  • Superior Town Center Tract H Landscape Review
  • Public Hearing and Adopted an Ordinance approving the Comcast Franchise Agreement
  • Adopted a Resolution making appointments to the Cultural Arts and Public Spaces Advisory Committee:  Melinda Tan, Daryl McCool, Marcia Rehn, Kitty Sargent, Claire Dixon, Karen Taylor, Terrye Whitaker, Debbie Yeats
  • Adopted a Resolution approving an Encroachment License Agreement with Remington Homes, LLC
  • Public Hearing and Adopted a Resolution to Vacate Four Easements on Lots 3A and 3B, Block 1, Marshall Road Right-of-Way and Tract B in the Superior Town Center
  • Adopted a Resolution naming the new park located at the intersection of West Torreys Peak Drive and South Indiana Street
  • Adopted a Resolution approving a Professional Services Agreement with Uptown Services, LLC for  a Broadband Feasibility and Needs Assessment Study
  • Adopted a Resolution appointing a member to the Cultural Arts and Public Spaces Advisory Committee – Angela Friend
  • Adopted a Resolution appointing a member to the Open Space Advisory Committee – Sarah Leibrandt
  • Approved the 2017 Town Board Goals
  • Executive Session to receive legal advice from the Town Attorney on specific legal questions, pursuant to C.R.S. § 24-6-402(4)(b) and develop a strategy for negotiations, and/or instruct negotiators, pursuant to C.R.S. § 24-6-402(4)(e) for which a topic cannot be provided without compromising the purpose of the Executive Session

Superior Board of Trustees

Committee Meetings
March 1st - YLC Meeting, 6:30-8:00 pm
March 7th and 21st - Planning Commission Meetings, 7:00-9:00 pm
March 8th - OSAC Meeting, 6:30-8:30 pm
March 9th - RCAC Meeting, 5:30-7:30 pm
March 15th - PROSTAC Meeting, 7:00-9:00 pm
March 17th - Historical Commission Meeting, 10:00-12:00 pm
March 23rd - CAPS Meeting, 6:00-7:30 pm

Animal Control Enforcement
With the unusually warm weather recently, we have seen an increase in people out enjoy the parks and trails with their pets.  I would like to take this time to remind everyone of the leash law ordinance in Superior.   The leash law ordinance requires that all dogs, unless on private property, must be on a leash.  The ordinance does not allow for voice control of your dog.   This includes the grassed areas in the parks.  Additionally, all pet owners must pick up after their animal, specifically feces.

Animal Control officers will be randomly patrolling the parks and trails for the sole purpose of enforcing the leash law as well as the ordinance requiring pet owners to pick up after their pets.  

It is our hope that these added patrols will increase the enjoyment of the parks and trails for all users.  

Sgt. Jim Chamberlin
Boulder County Sheriff’s Office
Town of Superior

Code Enforcement
Removal of Snow and Ice Reminder

Periodically the Town includes information about issues and trends in the area of code enforcement. This month, we want to remind residents of the Municipal Code that applies to the removal of snow and ice within the Town. 

Sec. 11-1-20. Removal of snow and ice 

(a) It is unlawful for an owner to allow snow, sleet, ice, dirt, debris or any other obstruction to remain on the sidewalk adjoining such land within the Town longer than twenty-four (24) hours from the time of the last accretion of such snow, sleet, ice, dirt, debris or other obstruction. 

Questions regarding the Town's code enforcement program should be directed to our Code Enforcement Officer, Reggie Nettles, at 303-499-3675 ext. 165, or email at reggien@superiorcolorado.gov.

Last month Mayor Clint Folsom, Mayor Pro-tem Sandy Pennington and Managers for Starbucks (Alex) and T-Mobile (Vincecelebrate at the Superior Chamber Ribbon Cutting ceremony.
Business Spotlight
GOLF and COFFEE at the Sport Stable at Superior

The Sport Stable at Superior is proud to announce the GRAND OPENING of FAIRWAYS at the Stable (indoor golf simulators) and STICKS COFFEE SHOP. Fairways offers golf simulation games, driving range, lessons, and club fittings. Sticks is the newest community, cozy coffee shop offering a place to grab and go with a cup of joe and pastries, or stick around and enjoy the Town!  
Boulder County Community Protection Division
The Community Protection Division (CPD) works with individual consumers, agencies inside and outside of Boulder County, as well as businesses.  CPD investigates complaints and prosecutes cases involving abuse or exploitation of vulnerable members of our community, through local consumer alerts, education and outreach. CLICK HERE for additional information. 
MARCH 27th - 31st
Monday -Friday, 9 am - 6 pm

The Town is proud to partner with Guardian Storage (1555 S. 76th Street) and Data Safe of Colorado to provide Superior residents the opportunity to have their confidential documents destroyed at no cost.

Secure bins will be available for residents to place their documents. Residents are asked to drop off a maximum of two boxes of documents per visit. Please allow enough time to slide the documents into the opening of a locked toter. Please call Guardian Storage at 303-443-7867 with questions.

Road Work Updates
McCaslin Boulevard Roundabout Construction
Bypass lanes are in place on  McCaslin Boulevard between Marshall Road and Rock Creek Parkway to divert traffic around the construction of a  roundabout which will serve the  Superior Town Center. Northbound and southbound traffic have two vehicle lanes and a bicycle lane. There is a temporary sidewalk to the east of the northbound lanes. Be advised that the speed limit has been reduced from 40 mph to 25 mph in this area, and there will be temporary stops for construction vehicle crossings. This work is slated for completion this spring.

Pothole Season

Along with spring blooms, the change of season often brings potholes in our roadways. If you notice a pothole that you would like to report, please use the Superior Click and Fix app to report it. You may also contact Alex Ariniello, Public Works Director, at 303-499-3675.

Employment Opportunities
Summer Job Opportunities
Looking for a fun and rewarding summer job with competitive pay and flexible hours? Then look no further than the Town of Superior outdoor pools!  We are looking for enthusiastic and upbeat staff members to fill the following positions:
  • Assistant Pool Manager
  • Lifeguard
  • Front Desk Attendant
Positions are posted on the Town of Superior Employment page.  For additional information please contact Bryan Meyer at 303-499-3675 or by email.
Town of Superior
Community Events and Recreation Highlights
CLICK HERE for the latest edition of the PROS newsletter .
Boulder County Youth Corps Employment Opportunities
Boulder County residents ages 14-17 (must be 14 by June 12, 2017) can now apply for summer jobs with the Boulder County Youth Corps. Boulder County is also hiring adults to be team leaders.  The deadline to submit youth applications is by 4:30 pm on Friday, March 31. Other positions are open until filled.

Applicants can apply online at www.bouldercounty.org/youthcorps or CLICK HERE for more information.

Historical Commission Corner
New Exhibit at the Superior Historical Museum

This Museum exhibit will focus on one of Colorado’s most unique and admirable personalities, Miss Josephine Roche. A product of the Progressive Era in American history, Miss Roche was the first female police officer in Denver, a Denver social worker reaching out to victimized young women, the owner of a coal mine company, candidate for governor of Colorado, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under President Franklin Roosevelt and officer of the United Mine Workers union. During the late 1920’s and early 1930’s, Miss Roche owned and directed the company that operated Superior’s Industrial Coal Mine. She is still remembered today as a kind, compassionate owner who treated the miners fairly during a time when most were not. 

We decided that National Women’s History Month was the perfect opportunity to recognize this exceptional person who influenced Superior history.

The Superior Historical Museum is located at 2nd and Maple in Original Superior and it's open from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 4th. Drop in and see all our displays as well as this special exhibit ( view flyer).
YMCA of Boulder Valley
Spring Sports, Ice and Aquatics Programs

Financial assistance is available to those that qualify. Please inquire if you are in need.  www.ymcabv.org

CLICK HERE for Team Youth Sports offered through the YMCA of Boulder Valley or visit www.ymcabv.org for additional information.

Louisville Public Library
March Events
The Town of Superior and City of Louisville have an agreement for Superior residents to use the Louisville Public Library. CLICK HERE for a list of March Library Events or call 303-335- 4849 for additional information.

Grass Guzzling All Your Water?
Get a FREE sprinkler inspection from the Center for ReSource Conservation to save water and make your lawn healthier!

Benefits include:
  • Save money on your water bill!
  • Gain practical, easy, do-it-yourself sprinkler maintenance skills.
  • Do your part to conserve Colorado's water!
Sign Up Today: ConservationCenter.org/sprinkler or call 303-999-3824
Warm, Dry Weather Has Increased the Fire Danger
The warm, dry weather along Colorado’s front range has increased fire danger at a time more people worry more about snow than fire.  It is especially important to avoid using chimineas, charcoal grills and outdoor fire pits on windy days.  The grasses and shrubs dry out quickly after the snow melts and will burn easily.  If you decide to water your grass, trees and shrubs for the winter be sure to disconnect your hose afterwards to prevent frozen and broken pipes, freezing temperatures are still in the weather forecast.  

Daylight savings time begins on Sunday March 12th this year.  Please remember to change the batteries in your smoke detectors.  If your smoke detectors are 10 years old or older they need to be replaced to prevent false alarms or failure to operate during a fire.  There are many options on the market including combination carbon monoxide and smoke detectors and detectors with a 10-year battery that does not need changing biannually with the clocks. CLICK HERE for safety information about detectors or www.rockymountainfire.org to request contact with the fire marshal.

Daylight Saving Begins
Sunday, March 12, 2017

Remember to set your clock forward one hour (2:00 a.m.) on Sunday, March 12th, 2017.
Yard Waste Services
The Town's Yard Waste site, located at 2125 Honey Creek Lane, is open year-round to accommodate the extended Colorado growing season.

CLICK HERE for additional info and hours.
Tips for Securing Trash on Windy Days
CLICK HERE for procedures that can be used at all times but are specifically recommended when high winds are forecasted for - or occur during - trash/recycling collection day.
Bulk Item Discard Options
CLICK HERE for a list of options to discard or recycle unwanted bulk items.
Doo Good
Be a "Doo Gooder" - you can make a difference by being a responsible pet owner/guardian. Being a "Doo Gooder" means being a model for others and picking up your dog doo.

READ MORE from the Keep It Clean Partnership.