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Mountain View Emphasizing Community Policing and Traffic Calming

The Mountain View Police Department, under the leadership of Chief Michael Nesbitt who was appointed in August of 2023, has been rising to the challenge of policing a small town in a friendly way. Residents of the town have noticed a radar trailer that has been moved around town, collecting data about numbers and speeds

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Neighborhood Proposal to the Japanese Beetle Infestation

Dear Neighbors, I have been vexed, irritated, and appalled by the surge of Japanese Beetles in our town. Having done quite a bit of research, I thought I might share a possible reduction method for your consideration. It will take many of us to make this work. But for the sake of our love town

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Getting to Know MountainView’s Town Administrator, John Beltrone

My wife and I spend most of our free time at playgrounds, practices, and PTA as we raise our two young children. I like to ride my bike whenever possible and enjoy traveling around the state to find new hiking spots. I had a nearly perfect day earlier this month. It included skiing on fresh

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Mountain View News

Good Neighbors Congratulations to Dale Martinez, the owner of 24/7 Towing who lives on Benton Street, for his recent “Good Neighbor Award” from the Mountain View Police Department. Dale saw the Police working to help the driver of an RV who got stuck at the very busy intersection of W44th Avenue and Sheridan, and was

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Mountain View Challenges and Opportunities

As many community members know, the town of Mountain View has been updating their Comprehensive Plan, which was 20 years old. BerryDunn, the well-respected professional consulting firm, was selected by the Council to guide the town through the updating process which involved evaluating existing condition, soliciting community input, and recommending implementation steps. Project Manager Khara

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What’s Happening In Mountain View These Days?

The mayor says she’s taking the month off from writing her column so she asked us (yes, the royal us) to write up some happenings we’ve heard about town. So, here goes – our (incognito) report for your pleasure: The talk of the town in Mountain View is sometimes not a person, but a dog.

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Mountain View’s Annual Picnic

The Mountain View annual picnic pulled out all the stops this year and threw a carnival-style party, complete with delicious food by Grammy’s Goodies, rides and games by Airbound (including among others, a zipline, ax throwing and a mechanical bull) a henna artist (thank you Stephanie Block from Denver!) and much more. Many well-deserved thank

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Mountain View Elections

“The governing authority of Mountain View is vested in an elected council of six council members and a mayor elected at large from the Mountain View community”. Residents are getting ready for another exciting election season as four candidates are running for three positions. Unlike neighboring municipalities that have numbered districts with assigned council members,

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Short Term Rentals Need A Closer Look

The Town Council recently placed a six-month moratorium on new short-term rental (STR) licenses. Prior to the moratorium, there was no limit to how many STR licenses could be issued in the town that is 12-square blocks. And currently, the town’s STR code only considers entire residential structures licensable as STRs. Portions of homes that

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Kids & Special Needs Dentistry Ribbon Cutting

The Town of Mountain View welcomes Lakeside Kids & Special Needs Dentistry to the community. Located at 5600 W. 44th Ave., Suite 200, Denver 80212, the business celebrated their grand opening recently. The business proudly serves infants, children and teens, as well as special needs patients of all ages.  “A visit to the dentist should

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Council Approves Sidewalk Repairs Grant

Mountain View Council has recently approved a grant program proposed by Mayor Emilie Mitcham to help repair the town’s aging sidewalks. The goal is to begin sidewalk code enforcement efforts in town, prioritizing the most severely damaged portions, and making funds available to assist residential owner-occupied properties that need it the most. Those who receive

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