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Want to chat with your Councilmember? Councilmember Julie Pignataro will hold a…

Want to chat with your Councilmember? πŸ—£οΈ Councilmember Julie Pignataro will hold a community volunteer cleanup at Warren Park, followed by a listening session on Saturday, Feb. 29: πŸ•˜: 9-10 a.m. | Warren Park cleanup | 1101 E. Horsetooth Rd. πŸ•™: 10-11 a.m. | Listening Session | CB&Potts at Collindale (1441 E. Horsetooth Rd.) πŸ”—: fcgov.com/news/?id=7663 Participants should RSVP by Feb. 26 at engage.fcgov.com to ensure adequate supplies are available.
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Emergency or Furmergency?

πŸ”ŠSound UpπŸ”Š When a six-year-old girl's stuffed animal sustained an injury, she grew concerned and called 911. She hung up without speaking to dispatchers, so police went to the home to make sure everybody was okay. Fortunately, the family was fine, responding officers were able to patch up the bunny, and this became a great teachable moment for a young resident. *** A few 911 tips: πŸ“± If you have
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‘Ernie & Joe’ emphasizes critical mental illness conversations – The Rocky Mountain Collegian

ICYMI: Earlier this month, Officer and Crisis Intervention Trainer Chris Bland participated in a local film screening and discussion panel about law enforcement and mental health. Thanks to The Rocky Mountain Collegian for this event recap! For more information about our local partnerships and programs dedicated to addressing mental health issues, visit https://www.fcgov.com/police/mental-health 'Ernie & Joe' emphasizes critical mental illness conversations - The Rocky Mountain CollegianThe ACT Human Rights Film
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The National Business Survey helps gauge local business support and business cli…

The National Business Survey helps gauge local business support and business climate in Fort Collins. If you're one of the 4,000 local businesses that received this year's survey, don't forget to let us know what you think by March 3! (Survey link can be found on your postcard.)
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The hit and run collision on February 12 is still under investigation. The victi…

The hit and run collision on February 12 is still under investigation. The victim in this collision sustained injuries but has since been released from the hospital. Please see the attached photo. Investigators have been trying to locate the occupant/s of this vehicle as they may have information about the crash. Anyone with information about the vehicle or identity of the occupants is asked to contact Officer Ken Koski at
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CityView 124: Startup Week

Fort Collins Startup Week kicks off today! πŸŽ‰ The City is proud to be a sponsor of this year's celebration, which includes 100+ panels, presentations, workshops and events for our local business community. Details on how to plug into this week's events: StartUpFoCo.com [fb_vid id="photo_id":"852196838576560""][fb_vid id="852196838576560"]
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If a loved one is in danger of self-harm or hurting others, family members shoul…

If a loved one is in danger of self-harm or hurting others, family members should call police. We know this step can be tough for those making the call, so our Mental Health team created this checklist to help families prepare and know what to expect if they need to call us to help resolve an emergency situation. A downloadable PDF of this checklist and additional resources for individuals and
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CityView 124: Transportation Projects Fair

Curious about the future of Mountain Ave.? Upcoming bike and pedestrian projects? Attend next week's Transportation Projects Fair for an in-depth look at more than a dozen current and upcoming initiatives! 🚴🏽🚍🚦 [fb_vid id="photo_id":"612352865994178""][fb_vid id="612352865994178"]
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Of The Year Awards – Part 2

Recently, nearly 500 people gathered at our agency award ceremony - Fort Collins residents, partner agencies, elected officials, FCPS staff and families - all to honor several community members and employees for their compassionate and heroic actions in 2019. At the very end of the event, Chief Swoboda recognized seven individuals for their exceptional work ethic and dedication to the community. In this video, you'll meet four of those people,