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Thursday, October 1, 2020
This e-newsletter is designed to provide information regarding city programs and services, and those of its agency partners, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Littleton City Council and staff encourage social distancing, wearing face-coverings in public, supporting Littleton businesses, and taking care of each other.

In this issue...

Littleton CARES Non-Profit Assistance — Round 2
Round 1 of the Littleton CARES Non-Profit Assistance grant is complete and checks have been awarded to all eligible applicants, leaving $39,000 in the fund. The city is opening Round 2 of the application process beginning Monday, October 5 at noon. The application closes Friday, October 9 at noon. Grants may be awarded up to $10,000 and will be based on annual budget and economic injury, this program is open to non-profits holding a 501c(3), 501c(4), or 501c(6) status. For more information and to apply, visit the Littleton CARES Non-profit Assistance page.
November 3 General Election Information

The November 3 election is just around the corner. Counties will start mailing ballots to all registered electors on October 9 and all 24-hour drop off locations will be open on that date. The last day a voter may request a ballot by mail is October 26. Ballots may be returned by mail, with postage, and must be received by 7 p.m. on November 3. For more information on Littleton's ballot, visit the 2020 General Election web page.

In the video above, Littleton City Clerk Colleen Norton explains the November 3 election.
Pumpkin Patch at the Littleton Museum
The annual Pumpkin Patch is back at the Littleton Museum. Visit the 1860s style farm to pick out pumpkins and help support the Friends of the Littleton Library and Museum. This family event features autumn-themed photo stations and all sizes of gourds to choose from.

The patch will be open October 6-10, and October 13-17 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Visitors must make a reservation in advance and are encouraged to bring a wagon for pumpkin picking. Masks are required and food and beverages are not allowed.

Admission to the museum is free. Only cash and checks will be accepted for pumpkins. For more information, including reservation times call 303-795-3950 or visit the Pumpkin Patch web page.
Take the Census:
It's Quick and Easy, Safe and Secure
A little more than 76 percent of Littleton households have responded to the 2020 Census, and 69.6 percent of Colorado households have responded.

The Secretary of Commerce has announced a new target date of October 31, to conclude 2020 Census self-response and field data collection.

The census provides critical data that lawmakers, business owners, and many others use to provide daily services, products, and support for the Littleton community. Every year, billions of dollars in federal funding go to hospitals, fire departments, schools, roads, and other resources based on census data.

The results of the census also determine the number of seats each state will have in the U.S. House of Representatives, and they are used to draw congressional and state legislative districts. There is still time, if you have not completed the 2020 Census yet visit
Weekends on Main Continues Through the End of October
Weekends on Main continues to be a huge success in Downtown Littleton.

Every Friday from 5 p.m. to Saturday at 10 p.m. the City of Littleton closes Main Street to allow for al fresco dining under the lights. Make a day of the experience by shopping and supporting local businesses and then dine outdoors while enjoying live music and other entertainment.

Check the website often for last-minute updates on activities each weekend.

In partnership with the Historic Downtown Littleton Merchants Association, Weekends on Main will continue every Friday and Saturday through the Halloween weekend thanks to generous grants from the Colorado Department of Transportation and a local foundation.
Walk for the Canal Challenge

Don’t miss the last week of the Walk for the Canal Challenge. Join the High Line Canal Conservancy’s outdoor challenge to raise funds for tree-planting and other improvements along the High Line Canal. Set a distance-based goal and walk, run or ride on the canal.

So far just under $130,000 has been raised, and now through the end of the challenge on October 10, all funds raised will be matched dollar for dollar. For more information and to register, visit Walk for the Canal Challenge.

Make Your Voice Heard on Downtown Littleton

On October 6, the Littleton City Council will hold a public hearing for the Phase II amendments to Title 10 of the Littleton Municipal Code relative to downtown development. City council will consider the amended Title 10 along with the recommendations of both the Historical Preservation Board and Planning Commission that include seven conditions. Public comment is encouraged and viewing and participation instructions for each meeting are available on the city’s website.

Phase II amendments are available for review on the Envision Littleton website under the "Accomplishments" navigation menu. For more information on this project visit the Envision Littleton website.
2021 Littleton Calendar Winners Announced
The 13 winners of the 2021 Littleton Calendar photography contest have been selected by Fine Arts Board Members Molly Blakley and Joni Lieb.

January Sneak Peek — Sheep trying to stay warm at the Littleton Museum. Photo by Ben Griffiths.

The winners are:
  • Cover - Bill Rees
  • January - Ben Griffiths
  • February - Peter Rondinone
  • March - Rosanne Juergens
  • April - Penelope Todd
  • May - Candyce Herman
  • June - Maureen Ravnik
  • July - Peggy Dietz
  • August - Moon Lee
  • September - Karla Nuzman
  • October - Rick Acres
  • November - Michelle Munzer
  • December - David Winger
The calendar captures the city’s people, landscapes and events. The winning photographs were selected from 200 photos submitted by 69 photographers.

The popular calendar will be available the first week of December at all city buildings and from the calendar’s generous sponsors. Due to COVID 19, the city is waiving the sponsorship fee normally charged to the calendar sponsors in order to support the business community.

The 2021 calendar sponsors are: Littleton Adventist Hospital; PDA Road Gear; Lautenbach Insurance; Arapahoe Community College; South Suburban Parks and Recreation; RE/Max Professionals; Western Welcome Week, Inc.; Bradford Auto Body, Inc.; Littleton Public Schools Foundation; Commonwealth Reality; Aspen Grove; Viewhouse Eatery, Bar & Rooftop.
Littleton Architect Recognized
Shout out to Ryan Loftus, Project Engineer with Sterling Design Associates in Littleton. Loftus was named Young Professional of the Year by the American Council of Engineering Companies of Colorado (ACEC).

The award recognizes the skills and abilities of the next generation of engineering leaders. Entrants are nominated by a leader in their firm and demonstrate a significant impact on public welfare on a project and/or the furthering of professional growth and development within their firm.

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