City of Golden

City of Golden

Educating the community on Golden’s sustainability initiatives and resources is a key component in creating a Greener Golden. We encourage community members to actively take part in sustainability as a public value that supports cultural, economic and environmental health for all citizens. Our goal is to create effective, ongoing two-way communication that informs, educates and inspires community involvement in city-wide sustainability efforts.

Contact Information

Theresa Worsham
Sustainability Coordinator

Email: goldensustainability@cityofgolden.net

Phone: (303) 384-8117

Website: https://www.cityofgolden.net/government/departments-divisions/sustainability/

Keep Current with City of Golden

By: Ann Gallogly / August 30, 2018

JOIN US: THE FUTURE OF SUSTAINABILITY IN GOLDEN

Your input is needed to help shape what defines Sustainability in Golden. Join us Monday, September 17 from 6-9 p.m. at the American Mountaineering Center to see what progress has been achieved and give your opinion on the future of sustainability in Golden.

10 Years of Sustainability Goals – see what Golden has achieved! Check out how SOLAR has become the must-have energy source. Let’s talk TRASH and find out what new items can be thrown in your single stream recycling bin. Find out the biggest WATER CONSERVATION strategy you can implement at home (hint: it’s not indoors!) See the ALTERNATIVE TRANSPORTATION options available to you and your family. Now is the time to have a say in the future for Golden’s RESILIENCY AND CLIMATE ADAPTATION.

Come for the freebies, sweet treats, and top tier beers. Bring the kids for raffle prizes that include FREE monthly subscriptions for curbside organic pickup, xeric plants from Garden In A Box, home energy audits, daily rentals at the Golden Bike Library, RTD Light Rail passes, garden sprayers, programmable thermostats, and many more.

By: Ann Gallogly / August 30, 2018

Have Your Say on Guiding Golden

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Have an opinion about something happening in Golden? GuidingGolden.com lets you have your say on issues important in our community. With forums, surveys, Q&As and more, each project on the site offers different ways to engage, with staff always listening and standing by to answer questions.

We have several ongoing projects, and some that are brand new to the site so it always pays to check in regularly. The most recent addition to the site is an opportunity to weigh in on the 2019/2020 Biennial Budget Process. A good portion of the budget is always used to maintain our existing infrastructure, including water systems, street repair, snow plowing and parks. The City wants to look beyond maintaining infrastructure, however, to see how we can make Golden the best place it can possibly be for our residents and is asking for your ideas.

Another new project looking for ideas comes from the Golden History Museum & Park looking for possible items to add to a 2018 Time Capsule. In November of this year we will be unearthing a time capsule buried 50 years ago and replacing it with a new one. What should we add to the new time capsule for future generations to uncover?

Council Connects is a special feature on the site offering a glimpse at articles City Council members are reading and issues they are thinking about in between meetings.

Other conversations currently happening on GuidingGolden.com.

  • Planning Projects – Golden Planning Department has a number of projects happening at any given time. This is where you can find out what’s happening!
  • Singletrack Sidewalks – The City wants to know your thoughts on the proposal to build natural surface
    trails near existing paved paths.
  • Affordable Housing - How can we maintain a fair and inclusive community?
  • Short Term Rentals - The City needs your feedback on potential regulatory changes.
  • Golden Investment Forums – Help the City decide which projects to invest in to achieve our community
    goals.
  • Hunger Free Golden Community Collaborative – Together we seek to identify and address the challenges
    many members of our community face in providing for their food needs.

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