The Superior Sentinel | A monthly publication serving the residents of Superior, Colorado.

In This Issue

Upcoming Meetings
Recent Town Board Actions
Set Your Clocks!
Click and Fix
Sock It To Em
Trustees Recognized
Congrats Tommy!
Treats for Troops
Business Spotlight
Count the Lights
Stocking Run
Historical Commission Corner
Superior Call-n-Ride
Snow and Ice Plan
Winter is Coming!
At the Firehouse
Slow the Flow Indoors
November Calendar

Town Boa rd Meeting
Monday, November 14th
7:00 pm at Town Hall
Work Session begins at 6:00 pm

Town Board Meeting
Monday, November 28th
7:00 pm at Town Hall
Work Session begins at 6:00 pm

Rec ent T o wn Board Actions

During th e past month, the Superior Board of Trustees has:

Heard Presentations from the Chamber of Commerce (Update) and a Town Center Update

Adopted a Resolution Approving a Trail Access Easement Agreement with Superior Plaza for a Connection to the McCaslin BRT Station

Public Hearings, Approved an Ordinance and Adopted Resolutions for the 2017 Budgets and Approving Corresponding Fee Changes

Town of Superior Budget:
Ad opted a Resolution
levying general and library services property Taxes for 2017
Adopted a Resolution adopting the 2017 Town of Superior budget
Adopted a Resolution approving the 2017 Town of Superior Fee Schedule
Approved an Ordinance appropriating sums of money for 2017
Adopted a Resolution adopting a budget and levying debt service property taxes for Superior Metropolitan District No. 2 (SMD No. 2) and Superior Metropolitan District No. 3 (SMD No. 3) for 2017

Superior/McCaslin Interchange Metropolitan District (SMID) Budget:
Adopted a Resolution adopting a budget; levying general property taxes and appropriating sums of money for 2017

Superior Urban Renewal Authority (SURA) Budget:
Adopted a Resolution adopting a budget and appropriating sums of money for 2017

Superior Metropolitan District No. 1 (SMD No. 1) Budget:
Adopted a Resolution adopting a budget and appropriating sums of money for 2017
Adopted a Resolution setting new rates and fees and amending the District's rules and regulations

Adopted a Resolution approving a Third Amendment to the Superior Town Center Subdivision Improvement Agreement Phase I 

Adopted a Resolution approving a First Amendment to the Superior Town Center Subdivision Improvement Agreement, Phase II

Executive Session to consider personnel matters, pursuant to C.R.S. § 24-6-402(4)(f), regarding the Town Manager's evaluation, and to determine positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations pursuant to C.R.S. § 24-6-402(4)(e), regarding the Town Attorney's evaluation

Provided direction to Staff to issue a termination notice for the Buxton Contract

Heard a Presentation on the Boulder County Youth Corps 2016 Work Program

Proclamation for Veteran's Day

Approved a Liquor License Renewal for Costco

Adopted a Resolution to Increase the Number of Members of the Youth Leadership Council

Adopted a Resolution appointing members to the Superior Youth Leadership Council

Adopted a Resolution approving a License Agreement with Superior Plaza, LLC

Adopted a Resolution approving the Sixth Amendment to the Town Manager's Agreement

Adopted a Resolution appointing a member to the Open Space Advisory Committee ( Andrew Kwiat)

Public Hearing and Adopted a Resolution Amending the Town's 2016 Budget and an Ordinance Amending the Town's 2016 Appropriations

Public Hearing and Adopted a Resolution Amending the Superior Metropolitan District No. 1 2016 Budget and Appropriations

Town of Superior Board of Trustees


Mayor Pro-Tem





Daylight Saving ends at 2:00 am
Sunday, November 6th.


The Town currently has the following Committee vacancies:

Recycling and Conservation Advisory Committee (RCAC) - 2

Parks, Recreation, Open Space and Trails Advisory Committee (PROSTAC) - 3

The Town Board appoints residents to serve on Committees and Commissions.  If you are interested in applying, please fill out the application which is available on the Town's website or by CLICKING HERE. Please submit the application form to Town Hall or call 303-499-3675 with questions.

Positions will be open until filled. 

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 Reggie.

Get Involved With the Public Art Working Group

The Town of Superior is seeking citizens interested in public art to examine options for additional art opportunities within the Town. The PUBLIC ART WORKING GROUP will assist in the development of public art projects and programs for the Town, and help coordinate the selection of future installations. Experience and knowledge of public art is beneficial, but not required, to participate on the working group. Applicants must have a strong desire to participate and work through group objectives and selection of public art projects.

This group meets monthly on the fourth Thursday from 5:30 to 7:00 pm at Superior Town Hall.

CLICK HERE to learn more and to apply!

Additional Committee information can be found on the TOWN'S WEBSITE
or by calling Town Hall at 303-499-3675.


CLICK HERE for a list
of options to discard unwanted items.

Yard Waste Recycling Facility OPEN Year-Round

The Town's Yard Waste site, located at 2125 Honey Creek Lane, is open year-round to accommodate the extended Colorado growing season.

Hours of operation are:

Wednesdays -
4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Saturdays -
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sundays -
8:00 am to 5:00 pm

CLICK HERE for a list of accepted items and details.

Actions to Reduce Wind-Blown Trash & Recycling

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.

These suggestions have been prepared and are recommended jointly by The Rock Creek Master Homeowners Association, Waste Connections of Colorado, and the Town of Superior.


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.

Energy Saving Tips From EnergySmart

1)  Spray foam around any opening into the attic, exterior walls including the backs of electrical boxes, lights fixtures, j-boxes, bathroom fans, etc.

2)  A load of dishes cleaned in a dishwasher requires 37 percent less water than washing dishes by hand. However, if you fill the wash and rinse basins instead of letting the water run, you'll use half as much water as a dishwasher. If you opt to use the dishwasher, wash full loads only. If you need to rinse your dishes before loading them, use only cold water so you're not running up your energy bill by heating water unnecessarily.

Got questions? We've got answers!  Call EnergySmart at 303-544-1000 to speak with an Energy Advisor at no charge. 

CLICK HERE for more info.

Energy-saving tips brought
to you by the Superior Recycling and Conservation Advisory Committee and Boulder County EnergySmart.

Louisville Public Library

National Novel Writing Month
November is NaNoWriMo,
and the Library has organized
a variety of events for teens and adults.

Maker Program
Coloring and Conversation
2nd Tuesday, 6-7:30 pm

Maker Program
3D Modeling Open Lab
SUN, Nov. 6, 1-3 pm

Maker Program
Bags, Tags & Bows
MON, Nov. 14, 6-7:30 pm

Maker Program
Arduino Open Lab
SUN, Nov. 20, 1-3 pm

Career & Resumé Coaching
Drop-in 'Office Hours'
with Pam Farone of Careerfulness

Cowgirl Up!
A Woman's Guide to Navigating  the Corporate Frontier
TUE, Nov. 8, 6:30-7:30 pm

Composting Workshop
MON, Nov. 7, 6-8 pm

Birds of Prey
WED, Nov. 16, 7-8:30 pm

Preparing for the Inevitable
Wills, Trusts, and Probate Basics
THUR, Nov. 17, 6-7:30 pm

Programs for Grades 1-6
Every Wednesday, 4-5 pm

Teen Craft Programs
Paper Baskets
TUE, Nov. 22, 4-5:30 pm

DIY Emoji Gifts
TUE, Nov. 29, 4-5:30 pm

Art Walk at the Museum
Louisville's Larder
FRI, November 4, 6-8 pm

CLICK HERE to get all the details on these November Events!

November Sports and Ice Programs at the YMCA of Boulder Valley

Financial assistance is available to those that qualify. Please inquire if you need financial assistance.


Cardio Tennis
(Ages 18+): Ongoing
Locations: Superior North Pool Tennis Courts or Eldorado K8 in Superior

Volunteers needed: Calling all volunteer youth sports coaches. Email Jessica Clay for details.

Rec League
(1st-3rd Grades):
Games run Saturdays,
Nov 5-Dec 17

Developmental Hoops League
(4th-5th Grades):
Games run Saturdays,
Nov 5-Dec 17

Black and Gold Hoops League
(5th-8th Grades):
Games run Fridays, Nov 4-Dec 16, and Jan 13-Feb 10. End of season tournament is Feb 13-26
No program weeks of Nov 21 and Dec 19-Jan 3.

Locations: Practices will be determined by gym availability throughout the area. Game sites include local schools and Ys. 

(Mites, CCYHL and CYRHL)
The YMCA Jr. Buffs Hockey Program will be participating in the Colorado Competitive Youth Hockey League and the Colorado Youth Rec Hockey League for the 2016/2017 season.

All of our youth hockey players will go through an assessment/tryout to determine if they will be placed in CCYHL or CYRHL. 

Check the website for tryout dates.

For more information on the YMCA of Boulder Valley:

Mapleton Center
28th & Mapleton, Boulder, CO 80301, 303.442.2778 

Arapahoe Center
95th & Arapahoe, Lafayette, CO 80026, 303.664.5455

Longmont Center
9th & Lashley, Longmont,
CO 80504, 303.776.0370

Quick Links

Superior Chamber of Commerce

Boulder County

Boulder Valley School District

Rocky Mountain Fire District

Rock Creek HOA

Town of Superior

The Town would like to thank you for subscribing to this electronic version of the Superior Sentinel. This e-newsletter and past issues can be accessed on the Town's website at .

Town of Superior Election
Tuesday, November 8, 2016 

The Town of Superior's regular election will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. This election is a coordinated election with Boulder County and is a mail ballot election. Mail ballots will be sent to all active voters by Boulder County.

The Board of Trustees will have three vacancies resulting from term limits to fill through this election. The Town will also have an item on the ballot this year regarding authorizing municipal broadband services. Find out more information here.

Ballots may be dropped off at the Superior Town Hall in the Ballot Box located in the parking lot. No ballots will be accepted by Town Staff.

There will be a Voting Service and Polling Center at Town Hall which is located at 124 E. Coal Creek Drive, Superior, CO. For a list of all Voting Service and Polling Centers, as well as ballot Drop-off locations go to

CLICK HERE for Boulder County Clerk Hillary Hall's presentation file from the 9/26/16 Town Board meeting materials highlighting important information about this year's election.

For information on the coordinated election please call Boulder County at 303-443-7740 or visit their website at For information about the Town's Election contact the Town Clerk at 303-499-3675 extension 112 or email at

New Town App - 
Supe rior Click and Fix

The Town of Superior has just launched Superior Click and Fix, a mobile app and website tool for reporting non-emergency issues directly to Town Hall. Reporting is now easier than ever! Issues can be reported as soon as they are discovered. Residents can take photos of the issue and send them in with their report. They can also send in the exact location of the issue by using GPS capabilities of their device. Whether it's street repair, potholes or tree damage, use the Superior Click and Fix app to notify the Town and monitor the progress of the work. It's that easy - so get clicking!

Download the mobile app from Google Play or the iTunes App Store by searching for "Superior Click and Fix."


Did you know that socks are the number one clothing need of the homeless, as they wear out faster than any other article of clothing, and are rarely donated? To address this issue, a campaign to raise awareness and collect socks was started in Denver in 2011 and has now spread to throughout the United States. Two years ago mayors throughout Metro Denver were asked to sign a proclamation designating December 10, 2014 as Sock It To Em Workday, a day when our residents were asked to forego wearing their socks as a show of support for the homeless, and to recognize the great need of homeless persons for warm socks.

The Town of Superior strongly supports this effort and we encourage residents to participate this year by going to work sock-less on Wednesday, December 14th to raise awareness and help by donating a new pair socks for the homeless. A donation collection point will be established in the lobby of Superior's Town Hall during the whole month of December, 2016.

The Town Recognizes
Trustees Joe Cirelli and Elia Gourgouris

Trustees  Joe Cirelli and  Elia Gourgouris were recognized during the October 24, 2016 Town Board Meeting.  With their terms on the Board coming to an end, the Town thanks you both for your many years of dedicated service to our community and wishes you well in the future.

Boulder County Youth Corps
Sponsor of the Year - Tommy Frikken

Town of Superior employee Tommy Frikken was recognized by Boulder County as the 2016 Boulder County Youth Corps Sponsor of the Year.  Tommy did a fantastic job leading the Town's Youth Corps program participants as they completed projects around the community this past summer.  During the October 24, 2016 Town Board meeting, Boulder County's Youth Corps Program Manager Judy Wolfe made a surprise announcement of the award.  Congratulations Tommy!


Donations Accepted - November 1st and 2nd

The Superior Youth Leadership Council will be celebrating Halloween this year by giving troops overseas a sweet treat and are looking for your help! Kids can bring their unopened candy leftovers from Halloween and letters for our troops to local donation drop-offs to be collected and sent to deployed soldiers with the help of Operation Gratitude.

Donations include:
  • Letters for Troops
  • Unopened candy (No Pixie Sticks Please!)
  • Individually-packaged toothbrushes
  • Dental floss & Toothpaste
This year there will be drop-off locations at the local schools during school hours (see list below) and Superior Town Hall from 5 pm - 8 pm on November 1 and 2. Families who bring in treats to Town Hall have the added convenience of driving through and dropping off treats in the parking lot, or they may come inside to write a letter to the troops and take a photo with the Superior Youth Leadership Council. For any treats brought to Town Hall, families will have the chance to be entered to win gift cards to Cinebarre, Old Chicago, and Chuck E Cheese!

Donation boxes will be located at:
  • Superior Town Hall
  • Eldorado K-8
  • Monarch High School
  • Superior Elementary

Now Open in the Superior Marketplace

600 Marshall Road
Superior, CO, 80027

The grand opening for the new Verizon (Cellular Sales of Colorado) took place October 29 with a ribbon-cutting and celebration. Mayor Clint Folsom is pictured above with store owners, Colby Smith and Jim Russell, who are new to the area and very excited to have a store in Superior.


Colorado winters bring an average of 88 inches of snow to Boulder Valley every year! The Town of Superior is continuing to grow our snow removal assistance program that matches residents in need of assistance with committed local volunteers who will shovel sidewalks following significant snow fall. This program provides families, youth, and individuals with a direct way to help neighbors in need!

Need Assistance? Residents who may quality include:
- Individuals with a disability or physical impairment;
- Seniors who are physically unable to lift or move snow and ice;
- Individuals unable to pay for a private contractor to provide this service;

Interested in Volunteering?
Volunteers will be assigned a neighbor who needs assistance with snow removal. Upon pairing, contact information will be exchanged and communication will remain between the Snow Buster and resident moving forward. If possible, snow should be removed by 12:00 pm of the day following snow fall consisting of more than 2 inches of snow. *The only required section of property to remove snow from is the side walk in front of the home.*

Priority deadline for matching is November 15!

For more information and to register for assistance or volunteering visit or call 303-499-3675 ext 122.

**The Snow Busters program does not send volunteers on demand to those needing assistance. There is no guarantee that you will be matched.**

Count the Lights Holiday Event - 
New Format 
- Same Great Tradition!

Saturday, December 3 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm

Asti Park comes alive for the holidays! Join the Town of Superior for an enchanted evening in Asti Park. Gather around the Town Tree and join us in holiday songs to kick off the event.

Following the holiday singing, the Mayor will count down to the Town Tree and Asti Park Lighting. You will love the look and feel as our Town Tree lights up and the park sparkles!

Once the park is lit up, it's time for the fun to begin! Enjoy tasty treats from local food vendors, make a gourmet s'more and hot chocolate, enjoy a complimentary hay rack ride around Original Town and visit the lights at Grasso Park, or tour our historic museum. There will also be holiday caroling from our local high schools.

NEW this YEAR - Stop by the Town tent before you begin your walk around to pick up your scavenger hunt card. Along your hunt you are sure to find some magical holiday fun - and maybe an "Elf in the Tree!" Don't forget to make a family ornament to hang on the Town Tree. This evening is sure to be filled with wonderful holiday memories and we can't wait to see you there!

Count the Lights on the Town Tree! After the Town Tree has been lit, children 18 and under will be invited to guess the number of lights on the tree - members of the Historical Commission and Superior Youth Leadership Council will be accepting guesses during the event. 
Guesses will also be accepted online from December 4 - December 18 at  
The winning submission(s) will be announced December 22. The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners will receive prize packs of gift cards from local Superior businesses. 1st place will receive $100, 2nd place, $75 and 3rd place, $50. Please visit for more info.

Sunday, December 11  at 9:00 am

Join the Town of Superior and Racing Underground on Sunday, December 11th at 9:00 am for a fun and festive, family-friendly 5K run and walk in Superior. Your entry fee includes entry into the race, a Stocking Run technical running shirt, fun music, post-race munchies and entry into Racing Underground's sponsor merchandise drawing. Entrants will also receive a red felt stocking full of sponsor goodies! How fun is that!!! The Superior Stocking Run starts and finishes at Purple Park. Runners will depart the start line on Rock Creek Parkway and enjoy a fast gradual downhill opening mile. The course then winds through Rock Creek neighborhoods before returning to Rock Creek Parkway for the final half mile and finish line.

2016 Stocking Run 5K Race Schedule
  • 7:30 am - Race-Day Registration and Packet Pick-Up Opens
  • 9:00 am - 5K Run Starts
  • 9:45 am - Awards Presentation
This is a family-friendly race, all ability levels are welcome; discounted entries for kids age 12 and under. For more info or TO REGISTER, please visit


November brings us one of our most important national holidays, Veterans Day. The armistice that stopped the fighting in World War I was signed on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. Today Armistice Day is called Veterans Day in order to recognize the sacrifice and contribution of veterans of all conflicts involving the United States military and is always on November 11th.

Your Superior Historical Museum will display artifacts relating to military history during the opening on November 5th. You will find newspaper front pages declaring the end of World War II and a number of artifacts relating to the First World War on display. We also plan to share some personal artifacts from the Bruno family that relate to military service. There is a plan for a flag ceremony at the Veterans Memorial in Asti Park. Watch for details as they become definite.

Plan now to drop in at the Superior Historical Museum at 2nd and Maple Streets in Original Superior sometime between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to see our current exhibit and our permanent exhibits as well. For answers to your questions, feel free to call Larry Dorsey, 303-499-1969 or Bryan Meyer, 303-499-3675.


McCaslin/Main Street Roundabout

Bypass lanes are in place on McCaslin Boulevard, between Coal Creek Drive 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 also 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 expected to last through the end of 2016.

Superior Town Center

Superior Drive, adjacent to the Sport Stable, is now open. Hockey players and other facility patrons are encouraged to use Superior Drive and the south parking lot to gain access to the Sport Stable through the south entrance.

Main Street in Superior Town Center is expected to be open to the public around the end of January. This street features brick pavers and will serve as a primary artery for Town Center, connecting McCaslin Boulevard to the Sports Stable and to future developments. For a snapshot of Main Street, view our time-lapse camera.

Superior Plaza

The north/south access road between Marshall Road and Superior Plaza Way has been re-opened. This detour was in place to allow for parking lot improvements associated with the commercial development to the northeast of the Marshall/McCaslin intersection. The finished parking lot is now open. The Town would like to thank all residents for continuing to patronize Superior Plaza businesses during the road work.

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Trail

A new trail has been opened, connecting the McCaslin Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Station to the Coal Creek Regional Trail and US 36 Bikeway with future connections to Superior Town Center. The 10-foot wide trail provides a concrete path located just north of Superior Plaza and south of US Highway 36. Allowed uses include walking, jogging, cycling, and strollers. Users will enjoy traveling underneath the McCaslin Boulevard interchange through a pedestrian underpass. Associated landscaping work is expected to begin in Spring 2017.


Bus R oute 228

RTD provides Route 228 local bus service between Broomfield, Superior and Louisville, with convenient connections to other transit options along the way. Check out the Route 228 schedule and map HERE!

SUPERIOR Call-n-Ride

The Superior Call-n-Ride service was reinstated this summer and began service August 1st. RTD offers three simple ways for riders to take the Call-n-Ride:
  • Schedule a recurring trip with RTD's subscription service
  • Make a one-time reservation by phone or online
  • Ride reservation free from the US 36 and McCaslin Station during select morning and evening hours
Learn more about Superior's Call-n-Ride at: or by calling 720-645-5128.

Superior's Snow and Ice Control Plan

Winter is coming! And with the arrival of the snow season, the Town of Superior is ready with a snow and ice control plan to keep streets, sidewalks, and trails open and as safe as possible. Several changes are in store for Superior's snow and ice control plan, as the Town works to maintain a high level of service in a cost-effective manner. First, a contract extension has been awarded to Superior Maintenance, ensuring another 4 years of high quality snow removal from a qualified local contractor. Second, a 4th plow has been added to the fleet, allowing for more coverage on residential streets. Third, the Town is continuing its snowplow GPS tracking program for the second year, allowing staff to monitor the snowplow coverage on Town streets in real-time and track the plows' mileage and usage of de-icing materials. And finally, the Town has fine-tuned its snow & ice control procedures based on factors such as accumulations of snow, weather forecasts, and time of day, which will provide residents with a more predictable level of service during and after winter storms. For more information on the Storm Categories and Street Priorities that influence the snow removal strategies, please read through the Snow Removal and Ice Control Plan and view the Snow Removal Map.

Winter driving presents a new set of challenges, especially after such a pleasant summer and fall. Take a minute to review some important principles of winter driving.

Winter is Coming. Are you Prepared?

With over 70 inches of snow last winter and temperatures that dropped well below freezing, it's safe to say that Colorado winters can be a handful. As drivers look to winterizing their cars, cyclists will be preparing their bikes (and themselves) for the winter ahead.

For cyclists, purchasing the right gear and understanding how to safely ride a bike in slush, snow and salt are a must, and 36 Commuting Solutions is dedicated to helping our two-wheeled friends understand all of this and more. Our November cycling newsletter is focused on providing you with the must-have winter cycling tips and tricks, and will even feature the region's most coveted rides, upcoming US 36 Bikeway maintenance and how you can make your (bike)way to Denver and beyond!

At the Firehouse

Don't let the warm dry fall fool you into complacency. Now is the time to blow out yard sprinklers and have your furnace inspected. Having a certified heating and air conditioning company tune up your furnace can identify small gas leaks and help ensure efficient heating of your home.

This fall has been particularly warm and dry. If you are using your charcoal grill or outdoor fire pit please be aware that fire danger is very high due to the lack of precipitation. Ensure you fully extinguish fires and that coals are completely cold before leaving them unattended. Without moisture the grasses and bushes will burn readily and a light wind can rapidly spread fire into open spaces and your home's siding.

November 6th, when you turn your clocks back an hour; don't forget to change the batteries in your smoke detectors. If your detectors are ten years old or older, they need to be replaced. Fore more information on smoke detectors CLICK HERE.

We wish you a happy and safe Thanksgiving!

Eco-Cycle's Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials (CHaRM)  in conjunction with the Town of Superior
is offering Superior Residents a 50% discount.

Show this coupon to receive a 50% discount on the applicable fees for items accepted at the CHaRM. Discounts available while funds last.

For additional information about how to dispose of Household Hazardous Waste items, please click below:


The Town of Superior would like to help you conserve water in your home and/or business and save money in 2016! Find out where you use the most water and learn practical easy ways to improved water efficiency.

Slow the Flow services help Colorado residents, businesses, and municipalities increase their water use efficiency, adhere to best management practices, and reach conservation goals. Slow the Flow provides simple and economical recommendations for homes and businesses to increase their water use efficiency at no-cost. Through a strong partnership network that includes over two dozen Front Range Water providers, the Center for ReSource Conservation and Slow the Flow will help you conserve water and save money.  


(all meetings are held at Superior Town Hall unless
otherwise specified)

November 2nd
Youth Leadership Council,
6:30 pm
November 8th
Election Day
November 9th
* ***
Court-Code Violations,  9: 30 a m
Court-Traffic Violations,  1:30 pm
OSAC Meeting,  6:30 pm

November 10th
RCAC Meeting, 5:30 pm
November 11th
Town Offices CLOSED for
Veterans' Day
November 14th
Work Session, 6:00 pm
Town Board Meeting, 7:00 pm
November 15th
Planning Commission Meeting, 7:00 pm
November 16th
PROSTAC Meeting,  7:00 pm
November 18th
Historical Commission, 10:00 am
November 24th
November 25th
Town Offices CLOSED for
November 28th
Work Session, 6:00 pm
Town Board Meeting, 7:00 pm

CLICK HERE to view
the Town's 2016 meeting and event calendar!