1. Conservation Tips 3 days a week watering and allowable hours

    Water conservation tip of the week

    The City has year-round water conservation requirements in effect. Learn what they are to keep in compliance with efforts to conserve regional water supplies. Learn more...
  2. Art Night Out in Lafayette 2022

    Art Night Out is back - and better than ever!

    Be part of this fun event every second Friday through September. Join us on August 12. Read on...
  3. RTD Zero Fare Campaign cloud background

    Zero Fare for Better Air

    Help reduce ground-level ozone during the month of August by riding for free on all RTD routes Read on...
  4. 3 days per week  watering limit

    New three days per week irrigation limit enacted

    Outdoor irrigation is now limited to a maximum of three days a week for Lafayette water customers Read on...
  5. 2022 Peach Fest on Aug 20

    23rd Annual Lafayette Peach Festival on Aug. 20

    This annual event centers around Palisade peaches. Enjoy peaches, pies, cobbler, art, crafters, antique dealers, food vendors, and children's activities. Additional Info...
  6. Conservation Tip of the Week_rain

    Water conservation tip of the week

    When it rains, water accordingly. It's not necessary to water when Mother Nature is doing it for you. Learn more...
  7. wildfire awareness_controlled burn torch can in open space

    Wildfire awareness and Open Space

    Learn about wildfires, the steps Lafayette is taking to protect the community and Open Space, and what residents can do to be prepared Additional Info...
  8. Stage 1 Fire Restrictions_news flash graphic

    Lafayette enacts Stage 1 Fire Restrictions on June 17, 2022

    Restrictions are being implemented due to low moisture conditions, the forecast for high temperatures, and increased fire danger Read on...
  9. Water for our future message with sprinkler

    Water for our future | Agua para nuestro futuro

    Message from Lafayette City Administrator Fritz Sprague | Mensaje del administrador de la ciudad de Lafayette Fritz Sprague Read on...
  10. boathouse closure_photo of low lake water levels

    Waneka Lake Boathouse to remain closed for the 2022 season

    Due to regional water concerns and statewide drought conditions, the Waneka Lake Boathouse will not open for boat rentals this summer Read on...
  11. Conservation Tip of the Week_fix broken sprinkle heads

    Water conservation tip of the week

    Check to make sure sprinkler heads are operating correctly so water isn't spraying onto roads and sidewalks. Learn more...
  12. Conservation Tip of the Week water only two days

    Water conservation tip of the week

    Watering twice a week will make grass roots grow deeper and allow the grass to last longer without water. Learn more...
  13. Conservation Tip of the Week lawn mower

    Water conservation tip of the week

    Let grass grow longer before cutting it. A taller lawn provides shade to the roots and helps retain soil moisture so your lawn requires less water. Learn more...
  14. updated request to delay irrigation

    Updated request - Delay and save

    By delaying the use of sprinkler systems, you can save money on your utility bill and help the City conserve up to 8 million gallons of water a day Read on...
  15. apply today city advisory board

    Have a positive impact on your Lafayette community!

    Serve on one of these Boards and Commissions: Cultural Arts Commission and Public Art Committee, Historic Preservation Board, Senior Advisory Board, or Waste Reduction Advisory Committee Read on...
  16. Trinity sculpture with swirls

    Art on the Street has arrived

    Art on the Street is the largest on-loan outdoor sculpture program in Boulder County with 20 new sculptures installed in Old Town Lafayette. Read on...
  17. South Boulder Road Multimodal Improvement Project map showing a traffic shift westbound

    New traffic configuration on South Boulder Road

    Starting Wednesday, May 11, westbound South Boulder Road traffic will have one through travel lane and one left turn only travel lane. Read on...
  18. Stop sign covered by branches

    Maintaining visibility at intersections

    Trimming bushes, grasses, or other plants improves visibility and makes intersections safer Read on...
  19. Illustration of a home with defending lines for home ignition zones

    May 7 is National Wildfire Community Preparedness Day

    Take action to learn about risks and how to protect homes again the threat of wildfires Read on...
  20. Waste Services News_News flash graphic

    Three Cart Program - proposals simplified | Programa de los tres carros: propuestas simplificadas

    We’ve simplified information to help you better understand the waste hauler proposals. City Council will resume discussions at the April 5 meeting. Read on...
  21. ebilling graphic

    Sign up for utility eBilling

    Receive your City utility bill quickly, more securely, avoid hassles and delays associated with paper bills and mail delivery, and reduce environmental impacts. Learn more...
  22. Ride Free Lafayette

    Ride Free Lafayette

    There’s a new way to get around the City of Lafayette, and it’s free to use! A free, on-demand, door-to-door bus service that connects people to places within the City of Lafayette. Read on...
  23. Shop local

    Shop local Lafayette

    Lafayette businesses are vibrant pillars in our community. Many have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic and need our continued support to keep their business thriving. Read on...
  24. computer and cell phone with the man in blue icon and the Audio Eye accessibility toolbar icon

    New website accessibility tool

    We're working to ensure all community members, including people with disabilities, are able to access City information and have a positive user experience. Additional Info...
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