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Brighton’s drinking water comes from alluvial wells in the South Platte River Basin and the Beebe Draw Alluvium just below Barr Lake with a mix of up to 2.2 million gallons per day delivered through the city of Thornton. Groundwater is generally, very clean and pure, and lacks many of the contaminants that can be found in surface water, as soils can act as a natural filter. You can help protect our water supplies by limiting the use of pesticides, fertilizers and outdoor chemicals. Remember, anything that is poured onto the ground or in the streets has the potential for reaching the alluvium.
WaterSmart transforms utility consumption data into an effective water-use efficiency and customer engagement program. The City of Brighton is proud to partner with WaterSmart Software to provide customers with an innovative engagement portal and tailored home water reports to learn more about their house-hold water usage and ways to save water and money. This program also improves the city’s understanding of water use by our residents.
CONSERVATION The City of Brighton is promoting our water conservation programs to assist residents with water efficiency. The City has also updated rebates for 2020 by including a more efficient toilet and better irrigation controllers. Brighton will have public gatherings in our city buildings covering a variety of topics such as irrigation efficiency, xeriscape design, how to fix a leaking toilet, and water conservation FAQs. Brighton residents now have an opportunity to receive consultations on their home water use to improve their water efficiency. Upon request, a city employee will review water use analytics and data to provide information about a home’s water use. We may also provide in-person assistance by reviewing the irrigation system to find the best irrigation controller settings.
9-23-21 - Check out one of the best corn mazes in Colorado. The Johnson Farm opens Oct. 1 with a corn maze and fresh fall produce including watermelons, peppers, veggies, pickles, jams and breads.
8-15-21 - An industrial insulation company will relocate it's Brighton operations to Greeley. Advanced Technologies Industrial Insulation Inc., which is headquartered in Grand Junction and has operations in Colorado, Wyoming and Texas has let the Brighton Colorado lease expire and will begin to occupy an 8,000 square foot property at 2419 Sixth Avenue in Greeley.
7-08-21 - The Colorado Tiny House Festival will take place on Saturday, July 10, and Sunday, July 11, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Riverdale Regional Park in Brighton (formerly Adams County Fairgrounds). Adult weekend passes are $15 online at coloradotinyhousefestival.com/buy-ticket or $20 in-person. Children ages 12 and under get in for free. Note that advanced ticket pricing ends Friday, July 9.
6-20-21 - Brighton boys swimming claimed the EMAC team title and left with one league record, as sprinter Jespyn Bishop finished the 50 freestyle in 21.69 seconds, which bettered the previous EMAC standard of 21.82 established in 2018.
5-22-21 - It took emergency crews about 2 hours to bring a storage tank fire in Brighton under control.. The fire near Weld County Road 27 and Weld County Road 4 was likely sparked by lightning around 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, according to Brighton Fire Rescue (BFR).
4-22-21 - The city of Brighton will flush the Fire Hydrants throughout town. The flushing will take place throughout the City’s water utility service area between the hours of 7:30am and 4:30pm starting next Wednesday, April 28th through Wednesday, May 5th - excluding Saturday and Sunday. The work will also occur between 12am to 7am next Wednesday. Those that experience discoloration and rust particles in their water should run cold water faucets only for approximately 10 minutes to clear the discolored water from their system
3-22-21 - After the massive blizzard that we just had a week ago the city of Brighton is working hard to clean up everything. They also want to remind residents that snow damaged trees can be hazardous. If the main trunk of the tree is healthy and over 50 percent of the limbs are good the tree will probably survive. Try and remove branches at the collar where the branch connects with another branch. However, be careful not to over prune the trees as trees that look unbalanced can quickly regrow. Also always remember to be careful especially if using a chainsaw overhead or sawing from a ladder. In these situations it may be best to hire an insured arborist to complete the job.
2-17-21 - We have recently learned that Vestas a large wind turbine manufacturer in the area will be laying off workers across Colorado and that includes the Brighton plant. This comes after laying off about 185 workers in November of this year. As a local employer we are very conscience that big business cycles cause boom and busts in different communities across our great country. We are making an effort to hire locally and we hope our local business friends can step up to help those affected by this transition.
In July of 1859 William Hazzard, his brother and a few friends staked out ranches along the Platte River. These gentleman originally came to Colorado is search of their gold fortunes. However, after a bit they decided that it was preferable to farm and provide crops to different mining communities. Those first staked out ranches were the beginning of present day Brighton Colorado. More people moved into the area because of the desirable farm land and water access. They grew grain, garden crops and hay after harvest they supplied food to mountain mining camps.
In 1904 Brighton was officially selected as the county seat of newly created Adams county which had been apart of Arapahoe county but was spun off. Brighton's agricultural economy dominated for the first half of the twentieth century and lead to a great deal of opportunities for locals. As farms and ranches continued to pop up in the area, an extensive agricultural processing industry sprang up to work with all the raw crops. Prior to the processing plants rail lines made it much faster and economical to ship ag products which allowed farmers and ranchers to keep product locally instead of taking their wares to the Denver City market to sell them.
World War II brought new production and manufacturing jobs to Adams County which helped to diversify the local economy. In the latter half of the twentieth century extraction of sand and gravel and other resources from the ground have been a strong factor in the economic growth. During the 1990's Brighton has seen a large boom in growth because it is the closest located municipality to DIA and this has lead to the population growing by about 50% between 1990 & 2002.
Brighton is still experiencing growth and is working hard to make sure this growth is sustainable with the local resources that are available.
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As a local Colorado business we understand that if we take care of our customers they will take care of us. We pride ourselves in greeting our customers with a smile, handshake, and a promise to treat your home better than our own.
Our team consists of master & journeyman technicians, who are fully trained and "get it". We take the time to keep up with the latest industry training and technology to make sure we can provide the highest quality customer experience.
My name is Paul Lingenfelter and I am the president of Colorado Green Plumbing, Heating & Cooling. We are a team of master plumbers and HVAC technicians. Taking pride in your work is how we conduct business which means we don't really have any call backs, because we get it right the first time. We are so confident in our results and our workmanship that we offer every customer a 100% satisfaction guarantee.