As of noon on March 16, 2020 all City of Lafayette buildings are closed to public including city hall. All municipal business will continue as normal with services switching to all online or over the phone where applicable.
Below is a list of resources for how you can connect with city services online or over the phone.
Pay your Utility Bill
Over the phone: 303-665-5588 ext. 5
Pay Municipal Court Fines:
Apply for Permits
Email Permits applications to:
Sign Permits- firstname.lastname@example.org
Building Permits- email@example.com
City Council Meetings
Watch live broadcast on Comcast Channel 8 or online:
Submit written public comments to Susan Barker at firstname.lastname@example.org by 3 pm day of meeting.
Trash Pickup and Service
Our waste pickup services via Republic will continue per our set schedule. For questions or more information,
Our public works department will continue to provide all services. For questions or more information,
Emergency Phone: 303-441-4444
Many of the services our Lafayette Public Library offer are available online-such as eBooks, streaming video and more.
Online Arts Programs
The youth poetry contest and Arts in Education Grant Applications are available online.
Workout at Home
Check out free workouts you can do at home curated by our city of Lafayette’s Recreation.
Contact the Lafayette Senior Resource Coordinator for assistance.
Dinah Pollard 303-661-1499 email@example.com
Parks and Open Space
Our parks and open space trails are open! Being outside and staying healthy is essential to overall well-being. Ensure that you maintain 6-feet of distance between yourself and others at all times.
Connect with us on Social Media.
We are monitoring questions and comments on these sites and highlighting digital activities for you and your family to do at home.
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Report a Problem
Request Tracker allows residents to report a problem or concern to the appropriate department. Once the information is submitted, users have the ability to track the work in process and resolution of the issue.