Are You Prepared For Natural Disasters? Resilient Together Can Help!

 

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City of Boulder and Boulder County single-family and mobile homeowners can sign up for a free program that includes an in-home assessment and cash rebates to help homeowners prepare for flood, fire and drought. Only 100 spots are available. Get details: www.ResilientTogether.org.

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I LOVE what I do! I have been in the Real Estate Industry now for over 13 years and am grateful to have found a career that I enjoy so much. I am highly organized and extremely efficient with a strong background in negotiations which always helps when in the middle of a tough transaction! I welcome all opportunities to work with you whether you are looking for your first home, looking to move to a larger home as your family grows, or looking to expand your portfolio and purchase an investment property. It is a great time for real estate in Boulder County! If you want to learn about what this market means to you and your family, just call or email. Contact me with all of your real estate needs! 

Janet Leap, GRI
RE/MAX of Boulder
720.938.4197

 

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Community Cycles Hosts Bike Sale Flood Benefit for Jamestown

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Need a bike? Want to help a community rebuild after devastating floods? Head to Community Cycles this Saturday & Sunday, October 26 & 27, to pick up a great deal on a bike. Have a bike you no longer use? Consider donating it to this great non-profit. More information on the sale and donating here.

Curbside Debris Removal Starting Today [9/26]

Hey City of Boulder! Curbside removal of flood debris is starting today.

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From Boulder Flood Info: The City of Boulder will begin curbside cleanup of flood debris on Thursday, Sept. 26. The curbside collection service, contracted to Denver-based Swingle Inc., will occur for a period of three weeks. Residents are asked to place flood debris, such as carpet, drywall, appliances, trees and branches on the curbside for collection. Debris piles should not block drainage, sidewalks, bike lanes or fire hydrants.

Swingle has divided the city into four zones for curbside cleanup and will pick up debris in each zone at least twice, starting on Thursday, Sept. 26, and concluding on Friday, Oct. 18.

 

  • Zone 1: North of Iris, West of Foothills Parkway – start day Thursday, Sept. 26.
  • Zone 2: South of Baseline, West of Foothills Parkway – start day Saturday, Sept. 28.
  • Zone 3: South of Iris, North of Baseline, West of Foothills Parkway – start day Tuesday, Oct. 1.
  • Zone 4: East of Foothills Parkway in city limits – start day Thursday, Oct. 3.

More information and updates on all things flood related in the City of Boulder head to www.boulderfloodinfo.net.