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Events & E-Newsletters

Updates from Friday, May 26, 2023

Upcoming Local Housing Events

June 4, 10-3, Open Streets

The City of Fort Collins will have two Council Listening session hubs at the North and South ends of their Open Streets event. Be sure to attend and let your council members know your thoughts on our local housing challenges. 

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June 16, 10:30-11:30am, Online

NoCo Housing Now will host an online presentation on how to access Prop 123 funds. Prop 123 establishes a recurring funding source to support a comprehensive array of housing and supportive services across the state. Register here. 

Upcoming National Events Worth Noting

Housing Matters: Housing First Webinar, June 12, 12:30-1:30

Join the National Low Income Housing Coalition, National Alliance to End Homelessness, and Center on Budget and Policy Priorities for a webinar on homelessness and Housing First.

This Week's Civic Engagement Tip

You have until May 31, 2023 to fill out the City of Fort Collins annual Community Survey which provides residents an opportunity to rate the quality of life in Fort Collins, satisfaction with community amenities and City services, and their local government. Surveys are mailed to a random sample of households but you can also fill one out online. City Staff frequently refers to these surveys to help gauge many aspects related to the city's priorities, so it is important to get as many voices heard as possible.

Upcoming Events from our Supporters

ISAAC of Northern Colorado: May 27, 9-4, Harmony Library at FRCC

Join CIRC for support with your citizenship application or to renew your DACA. ISAAC and Alianza NORCO will be present to share information on legal support. Walk-in visits are limited For DACA renewals or help applying for US citizenship only, please register by calling 720-282-9656 or filling out this link.

Alliance for Suicide Prevention & Imagine Zero: May 31, 5-7pm, Pour Brothers

Community Night at Pour Brothers Tavern to raise money for the Alliance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County and Imagine Zero! 

Horse and Dragon Brewing Company: June 1, 5-7pm

Community Potluck: If you feel like cooking this day, bring a dish to share. If you don't, just come fill a plate and relax for a minute! More info here.

The Growing Project: June 6 - August 3, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9-11am, 225 Maple Street (FoCo Cafe)

Kids Feeding Kids Summer Breakfast Program provides families and children with healthy breakfast at no cost or in a pay-it-forward manner, where families who have the means to do so may donate to the program. Participants also engage in educational activities that encourage values of community, learning, diversity, sustainability, and overall wellbeing. Register or learn more about the program here.

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