November 6, 2021, from 9-11 a.m. at the Leeper Center, 3800 Wilson Ave.
Now is the time to sign up for winter activities with Wellington Recreation!
From art classes and cheerleading to volleyball, every member of the family has the opportunity to get active and get involved. All participants and spectators will be required to wear masks while indoors.
Use the button below to explore offerings and register before most activities close on Friday, October 8.
Larimer County Sheriff's Office - Wellington Squad will participate in the Annual DEA Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, October 23.
Tablets, capsules, patches, and other solid forms of prescription drugs will be collected at the Town Hall Annex - 8129 3rd St.- from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Liquids (including intravenous solutions), syringes and other sharps, and illegal drugs will not be accepted.
Think municipal budgeting is boring? Think again! The Board of Trustees invites you to the family-friendly Budget BOO-nanza on Tuesday, Oct. 19. Free pumpkins, food trucks, and information about the Town of Wellington 2022 budget of around 70 million dollars will be provided.
Pick up a free pumpkin, rank your project priorities, and watch as youth directly decide how to spend a piece of the library budget. Bring your questions and curiosity while enjoying a treat or dinner from local food truck favorites.
The Town of Wellington is updating the Land Use Code, a regulatory document that establishes procedures and standards that shape how property is used and developed.
This update will align the regulations with the community Comprehensive Plan that was adopted in August 2021. The Planning Commission will review sections of the Land Use Code over several months during work sessions on the first Monday of the month. Commissioners meet in person at the Leeper Center at 5:30 p.m. You may listen in person or via Zoom with the information available in the meeting packet.
To learn more about the Land Use Code, click the button below.
Finishing a basement requires a building permit. Permits that require plan review take longer to process and require building plans, a site plan, an application, and may require multiple inspections.
The Town and Safebuilt are hosting an event on Saturday, October 16, from 9-11 a.m., at the Leeper Center (3800 Wilson Ave.) so homeowners can learn about the building code process associated with finishing a basement.