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Thursday, August 25, 2022
This e-newsletter is designed to provide information regarding city programs and services, and those of its agency partners. The Littleton City Council and staff encourage supporting Littleton businesses and community programs.

In this issue...

Quality of Life Remains High According to 2022 Resident Survey Results
The results of the 2022 Resident Survey are now available for review. The survey has been conducted every two years since 2012 and serves as an important source of context for decision making by the city. It brings the voice of people from across the community to city staff and officials. Hundreds of residents completed the survey by mail or online this summer.

Click here to view the survey results and review significant findings.
2022 Business Survey Now Open 
Flat illustration of business people in front of shops.Littleton businesses are invited to complete the 2022 Business Survey to help the City of Littleton better understand what services are most important to businesses. The surveys have been held every two years since 2012, and results are used to better align city services and programs with the needs of local business.

Business owners or managers are invited to complete the survey, which will stay open through Monday, September 26.

Click here to take the 2022 Business Survey.
Residents, Council Celebrate Berry Park Updates
Littleton City Council joined members of the South Suburban Parks and Recreation Board to celebrate more than $900,000 in upgrades to Berry Park on August 24. Residents checked out the park’s new playground with greater accessibility during the summer’s final Meet Greet & Eat event.  
Household HazMat Roundup Returns in September 

A man wearing gloves unloads a box of bottles from the back of a car.Looking to get rid of hazardous waste materials like used motor oil, lawn and garden chemicals, or electronic devices? The next Household HazMat Roundup & Electronics Recycling Event is coming up! 

Saturday, September 10, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Saturday, September 17, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Englewood Service Center, 2800 South Platte River Drive in Englewood (on the east side of the South Platte River). 

Materials recycling is available to residents of the City of Littleton, Englewood, Sheridan, and Columbine Valley only. Equipment/office recycling is available to both residents and businesses. Proof of residency is required. 

Click here for more information about the Household HazMat Roundup.

Fun for All at Western Welcome Week Grand Parade  
Littleton city council members riding in a wagon decorated with banners and bunting.
Littleton City Council was thrilled to be among one of nearly 100 entries in the Western Welcome Week Grand Parade on August 20!  

For those who weren’t able to attend or want to spot someone they know, click here to watch the parade in its entirety.
Residents Invited to District 3 Meeting 
Residents are invited to a community roundtable with Littleton City Council Member Stephen Barr, who represents District 3, the city’s southeast quadrant. 

When: Saturday, August 27, 10 to 11 a.m. 

Where: Downstairs meeting room, Bemis Public Library, 6014 South Datura Street 
Attendees are asked to RSVP by emailing Barr at  
Final Days for Free RTD 
D train waiting at an RTD light rail stationThere are just a few days left in Zero Fare for Better Air, offering free rides on the entire RTD system in August! 

Zero Fare for Better Air is a great way to save on gas, help improve air quality, and try a different way to get around.   

New to RTD? Try the Trip Planner app! Punch in a starting point and a destination, and the app will calculate the best route, including arrival and departure times.   

Click here to try the RTD Trip Planner app. 
Vaccine Awareness Month 
August is National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM). This annual observance highlights the importance of getting recommended vaccines throughout life. The COVID-19 pandemic impacted all aspects of life, including the ability to attend important appointments and receive routine vaccinations. Talk with a doctor, nurse, or healthcare provider to ensure staying protected against serious diseases by getting caught up on routine vaccinations. 

As children are back in school this fall, it’s particularly important to work with a child’s doctor or nurse to make sure they get caught up on missed well-child visits and recommended vaccines. 

August is also a critical time to stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines.  

Click here for more information about COVID-19 vaccines. 
Littleton is Hiring
This week's featured jobs:

HR Analyst - Risk
The City of Littleton HR team is looking for an experienced human resources professional to manage and administer Family Medical Leave (FML), property and liability claims, workers’ compensation, the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments (ADAA), and lead the Employee Recognition Committee. 

Presiding Judge
The City of Littleton Municipal Court has an opening for a judge to preside over municipal court proceedings on a temporary part-time basis. The Presiding Judge is appointed by city council for a two-year term and may be subject to reappointment.   

Operations Supervisor - Grounds
The City of Littleton has an exciting opportunity for a Grounds Operations Supervisor. The Operations Supervisor performs a variety of administrative and supervisory duties in support of the Grounds team and is responsible for employee supervision, assigning and tracking work progress, employee development, and training. 

Streets Operations Manager
The City of Littleton is looking for a Streets Operations Manager who will be responsible for the Streets Maintenance Division within the Public Works Department. This responsibility includes the construction, repair, and maintenance of city streets including snow/ice removal operations. 

Visit the City of Littleton careers page to view all current job openings.
Happening at Bemis Public Library
Exterior of library from front
TheStudio: Open Lab
Drop into TheStudio makerspace to learn more about the space and resources. Activities for the whole family will be provided, or feel free to bring any project and connect with other makers! For all ages. 4 to 6 p.m., Tuesday, August 30. 

Getting There: Travel Training with DRMAC
Learn how to use public transit and other alternative transportation systems more effectively in this four-part class. Training provided by the Denver Regional Mobility & Access Council. For adults of all ages. 9:30 to 10:45 a.m., Friday, September 9. Registration required. Click here to register.

Beginner Genealogy Workshop with CGHS
Learn the basics of genealogy research and how to use resources available locally and online. The fee for this workshop includes a one-year membership in the Columbine Genealogical & Historical Society as well as workshop materials. For ages 18 and up. Fee for the class is $35 per individual or $45 per family. 1 to 2:30 p.m., Friday, September 9. Registration required. Click here to register.

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