Town of Eaton Government Offices will be closed on Wednesday, November 11, 2020, in honor of Veterans Day.
The 2020 Fall Leaf Pickup is upon us! Please see the image below to find which day our crews will be in your neighborhood!
IMPORTANT NOTE: NOVEMBER 11TH PICKUP WILL BE MOVED TO NOVEMBER 13TH IN OBSERVANCE OF VETERAN'S DAY.
Horsetooth Reservoir is a water storage reservoir that the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District (“Northern Water”) and U.S. Bureau of Reclamation operate, which incorporates the Soldier Canyon Dam and other infrastructure.
The Town's non-potable systems will be turned off on October 15th. These systems serve Maplewood Estates, Governor's Ranch and Aspen Meadows.
Effective October 1st, residents can order additional levels of service outside of the standard trash and recycling if needed for the following rates.
$5.09 - this charge is optional for residents who need extra monthly service for either an extra 96 gallon trash or recycling cart and the related service.
$3.60 - this charge is optional for residents who need a single extra bag to be picked up on any given week.
$41.16 - this charge is optional for residents who need a bulky item pickup that won't fit in a standard trash cart like a chair or mattress.
Starting next week, construction will begin to replace 120 year old waterlines in Cheyenne Avenue and Maple Avenue from 3rd Street to 5th Street along with the line in 3rd Street from Cheyenne Avenue to Elm Avenue. Affected residents will receive a door hanger with information about the project and contact information should they have questions or concerns. The work includes replacing water mains, town owned service lines, updating pedestrian ramps to ADA standards and overlaying the streets.
Roads generally serve two purposes – 1) mobility for people and freight and 2) access to adjoining properties. The purpose of the County Road 74 Access Control Plan (ACP) is to maintain and enhance safety and mobility while also providing reasonable access to adjoining properties as growth and development occur over time. Safety is the main reason for managing access on the corridor.
Based on the recommendations of a traffic study the Town is adding 21 new stop signs in Town north of Collins Street. The new locations can be seen on the map below.
The Eaton Hometown Revitalization Committee is asking for application ‘letters of intent’ to be submitted for vacant seats on the committee. New four-year terms will be selected in July and August of 2020 and will serve through July 2024. This letter would describe your level of interest in the revitalization effort, some information about you, past areas of contribution & experience, and your strengths.