Art Focus II: Boulder Public Art

By: Karissa Courtney May 2020 A BRIEF HISTORY OF PUBLIC ART “Public art can express community values, enhance our environment, transform a landscape, heighten our awareness, or question our assumptions. Placed in public sites, this art is there for everyone, a...

Art Focus I: Boulder Little Libraries

By: Karissa Courtney With the onset of Covid-19 and all of the “Stay-In-Place” orders around the globe, most people are having to occupy their time with activities they usually don’t have time for. More people are playing board games, gardening, going on strolls, and...

Goose Creek Channel Improvements

by Karissa Courtney   Background  Boulder County and the City of Boulder have done a great job of protecting the native lands around us. Of course, it can’t be perfect with the number of people that live around here, but Boulder has shown its care for protecting...

Meet the Boulder Shared Paths

A little history on the paths  Known as a “must visit” or “must do” while in Boulder, the Boulder Creek and the Goose Creek paths are over 80 miles of heavily trafficked trails for walkers, bikers, runners, skateboarders, scooters, and anyone else not in/on a...