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Buying a Toyota from Larry H. Miller Toyota Boulder means that you never have to leave Boulder County; and certainly means you won’t have to use the interstate to get to our convenient location at the corner of Foothills Parkway and Pearl. For Longmont residents, stay in Boulder County. We are conveniently located down the Diagonal Highway. If you do need to use the interstate to come to Boulder, you’ll be glad you did when you drive away with savings and satisfaction. If you live in the Mountain States region of Colorado, otherwise known locally as the Front Range, we are your Toyota dealer of choice for a 4Runner, Camry, Corolla or a Tundra. Whether it’s a new Toyota, or a used car from our vast selection, we deliver you Rock Sold Satisfaction and Savings!
Monday-Friday: 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
April 8th, 2013
Jann Scott talks with Larry H. Miller Boulder Toyota General Manager, Steve Doersam for the first time in over a._[READ|SHARE]_.
April 8th, 2013
Andre Alire , Service Manager at Larry H. Miller Boulder Toyota talks to us about why you should come to._[READ|SHARE]_.
April 8th, 2013
Andre Alire , Service Manager at Larry H. Miller Boulder Toyota talks to us about the Maintenance Required Light. The._[READ|SHARE]_.
April 8th, 2013
Andre Alire , Service Manager at Larry H. Miller Boulder Toyota talks to us about a Tire Pressure Warning Light._[READ|SHARE]_.
December 20th, 2010
Chris Hughes General Manager at Boulder Toyota/Larry Miller Toyota in Boulder, shows us the best auto selection for your holiday._[READ|SHARE]_.
Transmission Technology Services The Most Trusted Name In Transmissions, Automatics, Standards, Transfer Cases, Free 11-Point Check, Foreign/Domestic, Tune-Ups Brakes Mufflers, All Your Auto care Needs, Locally Owned And Operated, Honesty Integrity And Complete Customer Satisfaction.
6270 Arapahoe Ave.
Boulder, CO 80303
Monday-Friday 8 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Top Hat Supply has thrived at the same downtown Boulder location for 45 years. Top Hat is among the oldest downtown businesses in Boulder. Excelling at customer service, product quality and cleaning solutions. We are proud to be a great resource for the people and businesses of Boulder County and beyond. Not so glamorous, but we love what we do. Helping people find the right product to meet their needs, without waste and with the most efficiency and least harm to our environment. We have solutions, green products, 45 years of experience, free same day delivery and a tremendous product line for such a small space.
1729 Pearl Street
Boulder, CO 80302
Bar Car Acres is named after owners Bart and Carman Beck. And just like their name implies, both Bart and Carman put a large part of themselves into their company. It all began when co-owner Carman Beck visited a grooming shop in eighth grade for career day. From that day on, she was hooked! She opened her grooming business more than 30 years ago and still considers it a joy to go to work. Through the years, the grooming business evolved into a boarding facility when her clientele began requesting care for their pets while they were away.
Phone: (303) 638-1371
Monday-Friday 7:30 AM – Noon, 3 PM – 6 PM
Saturday – 8 AM – Noon
Sunday – Closed
A Boulder staple since 1978. We are the only full service music store in the area. Whether you are just starting out, or an expert musician, Robb’s Boulder Music can help.
Monday-Friday: 10:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Sunday: Noon – 5:00pm
Boulder Music On The Hill
1159 13th St.
Boulder, CO 80301
Monday-Thursday: 11:00am – 8:00pm
Friday-Saturday: Noon – 9:00pm
Independent Motors has been serving the Colorado front range for over 25 years.
Our auto repair shop offers car repair, truck repair, SUV repair including tire sales of all brands. We perform all factory scheduled maintenance such as clutch repair, brake jobs, tire alignments, and tune ups. We can even perform an oil change while you wait for fast and reliable service. Customers from Boulder, Denver, Nederland, Broomfield, Longmont, Louisville, Westminster, and Lafayette come to Independent Motors because of the expert mechanics and friendly service.
Whatever your auto repair needs, contact Independent Motors today!
Monday – Friday 7:30am – 5:30pm
Valmont Road reconstruction underway
Daytime closures start Sept. 28
Boulder County, Colo. – The Boulder County Transportation Department has begun the reconstruction of Valmont Road between 75th and 95th streets.
Construction and significant delays are expected to last through mid-November. Cyclists and motorists are encouraged to use detours to avoid delays.
Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 28, Valmont Road will be closed between 75th and 95th streets to all vehicles, including bicycles, on weekdays only (Monday-Friday) from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The daytime closures will be in effect until Nov. 8.
Accommodations have been made to allow passage of emergency vehicles and school buses along with local traffic and delivery vehicles to homes within the work zone.
All vehicles should expect variable pavement conditions, significant construction activity and potential delays along Valmont Road for the duration of the project.
“Valmont Road is one of the gateway corridors within the county,” construction supervisor Joe Bath said. “This project will be a major improvement to the road and will enhance safety for all forms of traffic.”
The Valmont Shoulders and Roadway Reconstruction project includes the complete removal and replacement of the existing asphalt pavement along with the addition of paved shoulders to each edge of the road.
The City of Boulder’s trail connection to the Teller Lake trailhead will also be reconstructed and the trail crossing of Valmont Road improved. The Teller Lake trail and trailhead will be closed sometime in early October to accommodate that portion of the project work.
Schedules are subject to change. Message boards are located in the area to alert residents of any construction schedule changes and additional information is available at www.BoulderCounty.org/Transportation. Contact Tim Swope at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the notification email list.
Boulder County, Colo. – Cherryvale Road is closed to all vehicles, including bicycles, between Arapahoe and Baseline roads on weekdays only (Monday-Friday) from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. until Aug. 12.
The closures include Old Tale Road at Arapahoe and McSorley Lane and Dimmit Drive between Gapter Road and Cherryvale. Pedestrians and bicycles are allowed on Dimmit.
Detours on 55th and 75th streets are in effect and marked with signage. Accommodations have been made to allow passage of emergency vehicles and school buses along with local traffic and delivery vehicles to homes within the work zone.
The closures are to allow for the timely completion of the Cherryvale Road reconstruction project.
“Cherryvale is a busy road,” Boulder County Transportation Planner Tim Swope said. “We’ve been getting much of the construction done with traffic, but we need two weeks of no daytime traffic in order to finish the remaining tasks. Our goal is to have most of the major construction done by the time school starts in mid-August.”
Boulder County anticipates completing final asphalt paving and road and shoulder striping during the closure. Final support shoulders, roadside grading, construction of a six-foot pedestrian path between Cherryvale and Reserve Drive, and landscaping will likely be completed once the road has reopened to traffic.
All construction is scheduled to be completed by Sept. 1, barring weather delays or unforeseen circumstances.
Once completed, the project will result in a new roadway, improved drainage, five-foot bicycle shoulders and a new soft-surface pedestrian path alongside the Cherryvale Road between Reserve Drive and Arapahoe Road.
Schedules are subject to change. Message boards are located in the area to alert residents of any construction schedule changes. Visit www.BoulderCounty.org/Transportation or contact Tim Swope at 720-564-2658 or email@example.com for additional information and updates.
Boulder County, Colo. – The Boulder County Assessor’s Office would like to remind property owners that the deadline to appeal property values in Boulder County is this Wednesday, June 1.
Property owners can file an appeal if they believe their property has not been valued appropriately. In order to make the most accurate property value comparisons possible when filing an appeal, property owners are encouraged to review and include information about sales data specific to their market area for the two-year evaluation period of 2008-10. These sales data are available online at www.bouldercounty.org/live/property/pages/comp2011sales.aspx.
Notices of Value were mailed to all property owners in Boulder County on May 1. State statute requires all properties in Colorado be re-valued by county assessors in odd-numbered years. Actual property values for 2011 were based on market activity during the timeframe prior to June 30, 2010. These sales are time trended to that date. Per statutory requirements, these values do not represent market activity after June 30, 2010.
Appeals may be made by mail, online, by fax or in person. All appeals, regardless of valuation method, must be filed or postmarked by 11:59 p.m. on June 1. In-person appeals must be filed at the Assessor’s Office by 5 p.m. on June 1. An appeal form can be downloaded online or requested by phone. Additionally, property owners can file an e-appeal online without having to mail or fax a form to the Assessor’s Office.
Property owners with questions about their valuation, or the Notice of Value itself, can contact the Boulder County Assessor’s Office by:
• Phone, 303-441-3530 (appeals cannot be accepted over the phone)
• Email (via the website), www.BoulderCountyAssessor.org
• Mail, P.O. Box 471, Boulder, CO 80306
• Fax, 303-441-4996
• In person at the Boulder County Courthouse, second floor, 1325 Pearl St., Boulder, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday (office will be closed for Memorial Day on Monday, May 30)
Additional information about property values, remote appeals dates and locations, and the county’s appraisal process is available at www.BoulderCountyAssessor.org.
Boulder County, Colo. – Registered voters can choose to vote at any early-voting location in Boulder County beginning Monday, Oct. 18.
Boulder County will have six early-voting locations available this year:
- County Clerk’s Office – 1750 33rd St., Boulder
- County Courthouse, East Wing – 2025 14th St., Boulder
- University of Colorado at Boulder, Recreation Center – UCB 355, Boulder
- Lafayette Public Library – 775 W. Baseline Road, Lafayette
- County Clerk’s Office – 529 Coffman St., Longmont
- Twin Peaks Mall (near Sears) – 1250 S. Hover Road, Longmont
Locations will be open:
- 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Friday, Oct. 18-29
- 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 23
Voters can choose to vote on paper ballots or ADA-accessible voting machines at any location.
Voters are required to present an acceptable form of ID such as a valid Colorado driver’s license, valid U.S. passport or valid student identification card with a photograph of the voter. A complete list of acceptable forms of ID is available at www.VoteBoulder.org.
Voters also have the option to vote by mail-in ballot or at their assigned polling places on Tuesday, Nov. 2. Boulder County began mailing ballots on Oct. 12.
Voters can check their voter information at www.VoteBoulder.org or call 303-413-7740 to verify their voter registration information, ensure their ballots were mailed and received by the clerk’s office or to find their assigned polling places.
CLARIFICATION: At this time, mental health counselors and victim advocates are available in the reopened areas of the burn area for returning residents who want counseling and support services. The Mental Health Center for Boulder and Broomfield Counties has established a resource table near each of the security check points leading into the opened areas.
The following locations, which have been identified as future counseling centers, remain closed:
• Fourmile Canyon, Salina Little Church of the Pines
• Sunshine Fire Station
• Gold Hill Community Center
Victim Advocate services are also available at the Assistance Center, Boulder County Sundquist Building, 3482 N. Broadway (Iris and Broadway), Boulder. The assistance center is open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Call 303-441-3560 for more information.