Following the recent fires in our immediate vicinity, residents of SR4 have lots of questions. Here are some answers to what’s top of mind for many.
We had a great turnout at our annual meeting this year and had much to talk about. The full recap is available here.
Did you know? The State of Colorado offers homeowners in the Wildland-Urban Interface (which includes Silver Plume) a significant tax subtraction for qualifying costs incurred for fire mitigation on their properties, up to $2500. Have a look at the fine print here.
Quite a few residents of SR4 are concerned about the noise and pollution impacts of the equipment used by commercial landscapers. They join many in Boulder and elsewhere with that concern. The City of Boulder is also addressing the issue. They are in the early stages of assessing a way to limit the use of noisy and polluting equipment, with an emphasis on two-stroke engines. The SR4 Board is following this closely and doing our own research in hopes of…
Boulder offers a wealth of ways to engage on climate change. If you’re looking for a way to take action, here’s a list of Boulder climate and social justice organizations.
The City of Boulder runs programs to encourage the creation of high quality pollinator habitats throughout Boulder, both on public and private properties. Learn more!