Key to the new site is its responsive design, which means the site is resizable for any screen, including any mobile device.
“It’s a new era in website design,” said City of Boulder Director of Information Technology Don Ingle. “We knew going into this effort that not only did our website need to have an updated look, it also needed to accommodate mobile web users. More and more people are accessing Internet content from mobile devices, leaving designs based on desktop screen widths a thing of the past.”
The city’s site also features more photos and videos throughout its pages. Navigational options featured on the new home page were selected based on hit and search data as well as topic timeliness.
To determine which ones meet this standard, though, we first had to ask what makes a great bike path.
For starters, many on our list are important commuting arteries that give cyclists direct access to business districts while avoiding city traffic and making few street crossings. A few, like Boston's Minuteman Bikeway or Philadelphia's Schuylkill River Trail, were even designed, in part, to bring commuters in from the suburbs where they'd otherwise be out of reach of mass transit.
Rising from the plains to the Rockies and bisecting this mountain town from East to West, the paved, 7.5-mile Boulder Creek Path epitomizes what makes Boulder one of the most active, outdoorsy cities in the country.
Beginning Monday, July 22, City of Boulder water customers in Gunbarrel, Heatherwood, Hoover Hills and areas north of Arapahoe Avenue and east of Foothills Parkway may notice a slight taste change in their tap water. This change is due to the switch of water sources at the Boulder Reservoir Water Treatment Plant from the Boulder Feeder Canal to the Boulder Reservoir.
Source changes are a normal part of water treatment and distribution operations. No water service interruptions are expected while the water source change occurs. Western Boulder water customers are not affected because they receive their water from Barker Reservoir via the Betasso Water Treatment Facility.
A new survey reveals that over half of us have spied on our significant other and Denver comes in at #2 on the top ten cities with dating trust issues.
A recent survey from the dating site SeekingArrangement.com reveals that 55% of people have spied on their partner. So why do people spy on their partner and what cities are the least trusting when it comes to dating? See the lists below from their survey.
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10 Most Common Methods of Spying
Unauthorized email access: 58%
Unauthorized access to text messages: 47%
Researching social media accounts: 39%
Listening in on phone calls or use of phone taps: 18%
Looking through telephone records: 18%
Looking through credit card statements: 16%
Following and shadowing: 10%
Using mobile GPS tracking: 7%
Hiring a private investigator: 4%
Top 10 Least Trusting Cities (Based on Percentage of Locals Who Admit to Spying)
Dogs from a recent hoarding case were taken to the Denver Dumb Friends League, many were given haircuts and checked out for health issues. Great news if you are looking for a new furry friend, many of those dogs are now ready for their forever home!
The Dumb Friends League posted this update on Facebook Thursday:
To see all of the available dogs at Denver Dumb Friends League, click here.