Community

You are invited....to participate!

The Town of Blue River understands that effective citizen involvement is essential to good government.  Elected officials, staff and citizens all play important roles in governing.  When the citizens and the Town have effective communication and work together, it results in the best possible policy decisions for the town.

The Town of Blue River is committed to reaching out to all of our residents to create a community involvement approach to government.  The Town invites residents to take an active role in our town and to provide feedback to help guide the decision making process.  We courage you, as residents, to sign up for our email list to receive the monthly newsletters and announcements; attend and participate in community discussions; attend worksessions; and always feel free to contact us.

Email Sign Up! https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/townofblueriver/form/emailnewsletter-sign​

JOIN THE CONVERSATION!

Comments, Questions, Suggestions?  Email: Michelle Eddy at meddy.blueriver@gmail.com

High Country Conservation Center Energy Smart Colorardo

 The High Country Conservation Center’s (HC3) Energy Smart Colorado program provides Summit County homeowners with affordable energy audits that identify places in your home where a little extra air sealing or insulation could save you a lot of money on your utility bills. The price for an audit starts at $99 and increases incrementally depending on the size of your home – for a limited time, the Town of Blue River is offering BONUS GRANTS to residents that receive energy audits! If you decide to pursue an upgrade after your audit, HC3 also offers rebates of up to $400 to help cover the cost.  Households at 80% AMI and under may be eligible for free audits and retrofit work. For more information, call Cody or Jess at (970) 668 – 5703, or visit the Energy Smart Colorado webpage to sign up. Let us help you make living in your home more comfortable, more efficient, and more affordable!

 

 

 

 

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