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Volunteers needed for Boulder Public Library Summer Reading Program
Volunteers are needed to help out with Boulder Public Library’s annual Summer Reading Program, which runs from May 28 to July 5, 2013. Volunteers will help sign kids up for the program, track their reading hours, assist with related programs and distribute prizes.
The Meadows and George Reynolds branch libraries specifically need 24 volunteers to assist with the summer reading program in those locations, in east and south Boulder. Volunteer trainings will be held May 13, 18 and 19.
Please contact Boulder Public Library’s volunteer services coordinator, Grayson Hardman, at 303-441-3114, for more information or to apply. Boulder Public Library website: www.boulderlibrary.org.
Municipal Court closed 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 10
Boulder Municipal Court will be closed from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, May 10, for a staff meeting.
The City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department will host Dog Dayz (dog swimming) from Sept. 6 through Sept. 18 at Scott Carpenter Pool, 1505 30th St.
Scott Carpenter Pool will close for public swimming at the end of the day on Sept. 5. From Sept. 6 through Sept. 18, the pool will be open for dogs to swim and play in the pool. The cost is $5 per dog, per session, or $30 for unlimited entries by one dog during the 2011 Dog Dayz season.
A Dog Expo featuring dog-friendly products, vendors and organizations will also be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 17, at the pool. The pool will be open for the dogs to swim and organizations from around the county will be on hand with samples, prizes and information.
Both Spruce Pool and Scott Carpenter Pool will remain open for public swimming through Labor Day. Dog Dayz dog swimming is open daily; for a complete listing of hours and rules, please visit www.BoulderParks-Rec.org.
Municipal Court closed morning of Sept. 9 for staff meeting
Boulder Municipal Court will be closed from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 9, for a staff meeting.
City of Boulder parks affected by Boulder County fire ban
Due to a Boulder County issued fire ban on areas west of the North and South Foothills highways and areas east of the Peak to Peak Highway, users of the following City of Boulder parks are prohibited from using park grills until further notice:
● Chautauqua Park – 9th Street and Baseline Road
● Eben G. Fine Park – 3rd Street and Arapahoe Avenue
● North Boulder Park – 9th Street and Dellwood Avenue
● Harlow Platts Park – 1360 Gillaspie Drive
● Foothills Community Park – 800 Cherry Ave.
Gas grills are allowed at these parks with a permit.
For more information, visit www.BoulderParks-Rec.org, or call Shelly Ruspakka, Parks and Recreation, at 303-413-7214.
Municipal Court to be closed from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, July 8
The Boulder Municipal Court will be closed from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Friday, July 8, for a staff meeting.
Chautauqua Park restroom renovations begin
The City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department has temporarily closed the public restrooms located in the rear of the Chautauqua Dining Hall building. The closure occurred Jan. 10 to accommodate renovation needs. The work will include painting, concrete work and refurbishment of the facilities. The project is anticipated to take approximately two weeks. Alternative restrooms are located at the Chautauqua Ranger Cottage. For work updates, visit www.BoulderParkNews.org.
Municipal Court closed from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Jan. 14
Boulder Municipal Court will be closed from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 14, for a staff meeting.
CU-City to launch pilot party registration program
The University of Colorado at Boulder and the City of Boulder are announcing a new pilot party registration program that is designed to help students become better informed about how to host responsible gatherings while giving police and neighbors other options for resolving noise complaints.
The pilot will run Friday and Saturday nights from April 16 to May 8.
Under the pilot program, CU students will be permitted to register a party in advance with Off-Campus Student Services. When hosts sign up, they will be provided educational materials that make them aware of their responsibilities and neighborhood concerns. If a noise complaint is called in during the party, police dispatch will notify the student hosts by calling the number provided as contact information. Students will then have a 20-minute window to break up their party. If a second complaint is received, an officer will be dispatched to the address and a citation will be issued once a violation is confirmed. Students who receive a violation may be subject to penalties in Municipal Court, through restorative justice programs, and the Office of Judicial Affairs at CU.
It is important to note that officers will continue to respond promptly to emergency situations and allegations of criminal conduct that involve more than noise or neighborhood disturbances. The 20-minute grace period will not apply in these cases.
Students can register in Off-Campus Student Services (UMC 313), Mondays –Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Fridays from 9a.m. to noon for a party on Friday or Saturday nights. Students must register in person and show their Buff One Card. Registration is open to all CU students in all neighborhoods throughout the City of Boulder. Students who register will receive a Smart Party Bag which includes the Smart Party Guide, a flyer on host liability, a party checklist and information on CU’s NightRide program, as well as non-alcoholic beverages, snacks and trash bags.
“The University of Colorado Student Government (CUSG) is excited to be a partner in this pilot program,” said Ashley Michelson, neighborhood and city relations director for the CUSG. “We are looking forward to participating in a program that provides students the opportunity to work with the Boulder Police department in this proactive effort.”
The Boulder Police Department and residents have been involved in the planning of the pilot program. At a meeting hosted on April 8 with residents of the neighborhoods adjacent to campus to explain the intent of the program and its possible impacts to neighborhoods, residents expressed positive support for the pilot program. A follow-up meeting will be scheduled after the pilot period to receive feedback from the residents.
The program is modeled after a similar initiative that has been in operation at James Madison University for eight years and began in Fort Collins in 2009. Residents in Fort Collins have reported favorable outcomes, including a more collaborative approach to problem solving, faster resolution of underlying noise concerns, and increased student responsibility.
“We are hopeful that this pilot program will help us, as law enforcement, strike a balance between giving students the opportunity to hold themselves accountable and providing neighbors with appropriate resources for resolving problems,” said Cmdr. Curtis Johnson, who oversees swing and night shift officers.
The program will be evaluated at the end of the pilot period. The evaluation will include follow-up surveys for both students who register their party and neighbors who may have been impacted by the parties and the new approach. Community members who wish to provide feedback while the pilot is ongoing are encouraged to call CU Off-Campus Student Services at 303-492-7053.
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