The newly amended Fee Schedule is now available on the Town's website.
New fees include:
School District construction will close a portion of Collins Street through the intersection of Mountain View Drive. The closure will allow the school district to construct a turn lane for the high school.
The expected closure is from 6/27/22 through 7/31/22.
The Town of Eaton thanks the impacted neighborhoods for their patience while construction is taking place.
Infrastructure Management Services (IMS) will be conducting the first step of a pavement condition survey in Eaton on Saturday, June 25, 2022. This first step will include 14 miles of deflection testing with the town. Deflection testing will occur on the following roads:
The non-potable irrigate pump for the Governor’s Ranch and Aspen Meadows Neighborhoods is now operational. Residents are now able to use non-potable water for outdoor use. Residents should note that water restrictions are still in place. Water restrictions need to be followed to preserve the integrity of the irrigation system and to keep from depleting the well which could cause damage.
Updated 6/9/22 4:30pm
Eaton, Colo. – June 9, 2022 – Atmos Energy crews are continuing to restore natural gas service to homes and businesses in the town of Eaton due to a temporary system outage caused by a gas supply issue. Residents may see Atmos Energy trucks working throughout the evening as the final rounds of restoration take place.
From the North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization
As North Front Range Premium Transit Study Advances, Community Feedback Needed
Keep an eye out for a new 4-way stop at the intersection of Juniper Avenue and 3rd Street. The intersection is changing from a 2-way stop to a 4-way stop with new stop signs expected to be installed the week of June 12 - June 17th.
The Town of Eaton will set up signs warning people of the new stop signs during the initial installation.
The Governor’s Ranch and Aspen Meadows non-potable irrigation pump repair has been delayed with the new operational date scheduled for June 8, 2022. The Town of Eaton was informed on Thursday, June 2 that due to sickness and staff shortages a contracted electrician will not be able to complete the project until June 8. The current contracted vendor has built the systems and is now tasked with installing them. Though the Town is actively looking for solutions, finding a new vendor would cause even additional delays.