Appeared in the April 2015 print edition of the Littleton Report.

Council discontinues red light cameras

Apr 2015 @ 4:51 PM

The Littleton City Council voted March 3 to discontinue the use of photo red light cameras in the city. Five intersections in Littleton have the photo red light technology: West Littleton Boulevard and South Broadway, [read more…]

Library launches financial education programs

Apr 2015 @ 4:50 PM

Bemis Library was one of 21 public libraries nationwide chosen through a competitive process to win a $72,350 grant from the American Library Association (ALA) and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Investor Education Foundation. [read more…]

Special election results announced

Apr 2015 @ 4:48 PM

Acting Littleton City Clerk Colleen Norton announced the results of the March 3 special election concerning urban renewal: Ballot Question 300 – (require registered elector approval for urban renewal) Yes 5,755 No 3,811 Ballot Question [read more…]

Council distributes funding for non-profits

Apr 2015 @ 4:47 PM

The Littleton City Council recently distributed $76,000 to13 non-profit organizations serving the Littleton community for 2015. Each year, the city council considers requests for discretionary funding from non-profits that serve Littleton residents and dedicates funds [read more…]

Get rid of that junk!

Apr 2015 @ 4:46 PM

Have you started your spring cleaning and don’t know what to do with all the stuff you’ve discovered? The City of Littleton’s popular “Keep Littleton Beautiful” Summer Cleanup and Recycle Program will begin taking calls [read more…]

Join the Arapahoe Rescue Patrol

Apr 2015 @ 4:46 PM

The Arapahoe Rescue Patrol (ARP) is looking for young adults willing to make the commitment to serve their community and help those in need so that others may live! ARP is looking for high school [read more…]

Littleton named Tree City USA

Apr 2015 @ 4:45 PM

Littleton was named a Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation, the 28th year the city has received this national recognition. To be a Tree City USA, a community must meet four standards. [read more…]