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Our positions are listed on governmentjobs.com/careers/fortlupton. This webpage will show our current openings.
When you click on the job description from the open job listing, there is a green Apply button at the top right corner. When you click on that button, it will take you to a login page for governmentjobs.com.
If you don’t have an account, you will have to create one. If you have a login, use your credentials to login. After you’ve logged in, you will be required to complete the application for the job for which you’re applying.
You can call governmentjobs.com at 855.524.5627.
No. The City only accepts online applications.
If you successfully applied, you received an email confirmation. We love speaking with candidates interested in working with us. Feel free to call us to inquire.
Please review our Benefit Summary, linked here.
You can contact us via phone at 303.857.6694, via email at email@example.com or via facsimile at 303.857.0351.
You have to initiate the process with VALIC/AIG. They will guide you through the process. You can call them at 800.448.2542. HR may be responsible for completing a portion of the forms, but do start the process with VALIC/AIG.
Click here to find out how to get a Library Card.
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To sign up for programs, call us at 303-857-7180. (Adult Programs open for registration at the beginning of each month)
The same principles of selection which are applied to purchases apply to gifts. Gifts of books or other materials are accepted with the following provisions: 1. Gifts shall not necessarily be housed in a special location. 2. Gifts will be kept by the Fort Lupton Public and School Library only if they can be of active value to the collection. 3. If the Library cannot use the material, it may be offered to other libraries or organizations before disposal or sale. 4. Specialized materials which would have infrequent or no use should be given to a research Library or other appropriate agency. Monetary gifts may be accepted by the Library Board and shall be managed by the Library Board Trust Committee.
Visit our volunteer page to learn more about how you can get involved at the library.
Visit our policies page to lean more about computer usage.
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View the street sweeping schedule to see when street sweeping will happen in your area.
Visit the buildings applications, fees, and guides page to access various applications and learn about the building fees associated with projects.
You can view the clean-up days schedule and review the rules and guidelines on the clean-up days page.
Review the application instructions and other information about getting a contractor license on the contractor license page.
Review a development projects maps and a list of projects happening now.
Code Enforcement observed the violation.A neighbor/resident filed the complaint to Code Enforcement
Most common violations:Sec. 7-81 Unlawful weed, grass or brush growthGrass, weeds, or brush was observed over six inches in the front/rear yard and/or alleySec. 7-31 Trash/debris & assorted junkFurniture placed outside on public street with ‘For Free’ sign (furniture observed placed outside for more than 48 hours)Overfull trash bins/dumpsters for both multi-family residences and single-family residencesJunk furniture located in rear/front and/or alleySec. 7-36(h) Derelict vehiclesVehicles with expired registration tagsVehicles with flat tires, broken windowsVehicles without license plates displayedSec. 16-81 (l) Off-Street Parking & Street Access SIRParking vehicles/accessory vehicles on front lawn and/or rear yard without improved surface(concrete, rock, asphalt – Must be approved by Public works prior to improving surface for future parking)Sec. 16-103 Fence, wall and hedge maintenanceFences with missing slatsFences leaning more than 15 degreesFallen and/or broken fencesSec. 16-110 Fencing MaterialsTarps covering chain link fencesSteel tube gatesSec. 18-1 Building permit application – Sec. 18-225. Amendments to International Residential CodeConstruct, enlarge, alter, repair, move, demolish or change the occupancy of a building or structure, or to erect, install, enlarge, alter, repair, remove, convert or replace any electrical, gas, mechanical or plumbing system, the installation of which is regulated by this code, or to cause any such work to be done, shall first make application to the City and obtain the required permit.CarportsSheds
Most common violations:
Sec. 7-81 Unlawful weed, grass or brush growth
Sec. 7-31 Trash/debris & assorted junk
Sec. 7-36(h) Derelict vehicles
Sec. 16-81 (l) Off-Street Parking & Street Access SIR
(concrete, rock, asphalt – Must be approved by Public works prior to improving surface for future parking)
Sec. 16-103 Fence, wall and hedge maintenance
Sec. 16-110 Fencing Materials
Sec. 18-1 Building permit application – Sec. 18-225. Amendments to International Residential Code
Extensions are granted for any code ordinance violation.Extension time are based on the needs of the property owner and the type of violationCode Enforcement will review the property the day after the compliance date is schedule and/or the day after the extension date was requested to be in compliance by.
Warning letters have been issued during the current pandemic providing residents and property owners two weeks to come into compliance for code ordinance violations.Warning letters do not have assigned case numbers as they’re a courtesy warning. Warnings may be issued to property more than once based on different dates of violations observed and/or complaints received.Upon review of the property and the observations made for the compliance of the code ordinance violation a Notice of Violation may be issued for failure to comply with the warning letter.Notice of violation do have assigned case numbers and may result in a citation where the property owner may be summons to appear in front of the City of Fort Lupton Municipal Court.
Warning letters do not have assigned case numbers as they’re a courtesy warning. Warnings may be issued to property more than once based on different dates of violations observed and/or complaints received.
Notice of violation do have assigned case numbers and may result in a citation where the property owner may be summons to appear in front of the City of Fort Lupton Municipal Court.
View the Fort Lupton Zoning Map here: http://fortlupton.maps.arcgis.com/apps/PublicInformation/index.html?appid=e7885208b5d0436096d04130f790efdb
View a list of items that need permits here: https://www.fortluptonco.gov/210/Building-Applications-Fees-Guides
We need to know 3 things, how many squares, warranty length of shingles, and what type of materials will be used.
For more information please visit: https://www.fortluptonco.gov/DocumentCenter/View/7624/Roofing-Regulations
For more information on inspections please visit: https://www.fortluptonco.gov/212/Inspections
Please visit, https://www.fortluptonco.gov/212/Inspections to schedule and inspection.
The maximum allowable driveway with for a residential lot is 30’. If your current driveway is less than 30’, you may widen it. Unless your water meter or service is under the portion you would like to pave. The water meter may not be paved. https://library.municode.com/co/fort_lupton/codes/municipal_code?nodeId=CH11STSIPUPR
Municipal Code Sec. 11-42. - Driveway or private approach to property.
Before any private approach or driveway to any property from any street within the City shall be constructed, the owner of the property abutting upon such street shall obtain a permit therefor from the Public Works Department, the charge for which shall be ten dollars ($10.00) for each such driveway or approach, and such driveway shall be constructed only in accordance with such permit and in conformity with the stakes set by the Public Works Director and in conformity with specifications approved by the City Engineer and/or Public Works Director.
Municipal Code Sec. 16-81. - Off-street parking and street access surface improvement requirements.
(m) In all residential zone districts, front yard areas may not have more than three (3) improved spaces (approximate maximum width of thirty  feet), but notwithstanding anything stated above, an auxiliary parking space in addition to a single- or double-space improved driveway parking area may be rocked as specified in Subsection (l).
No. “Improved surface” is concrete or asphalt hard surface. Except if you have alley access to the lot. Unimproved alley access may use recycled concrete, recycled asphalt millings, or road base gravel materials for a parking space. Gravel is allowed, but not recommended due to the physical properties and likely to shift and spread.
(j) In all residential zone districts, it shall be unlawful to allow parking or storage of any vehicle outside of an enclosed structure on an off-street unimproved surface, or utilize access to and from public rights-of-way on an unimproved surface. This Section shall not apply to rear yards that abut unimproved public rights-of-way. This Subsection shall not apply to owner-occupied residences until six (6) months after such property is sold or otherwise transferred.
(l) Unimproved parking surface. As used herein, the term unimproved hall is any surface which is not paved with concrete or asphalt, with appropriate base preparation, according to the expected weight loading, as determined by the Public Works Department, except that driveway rock is not an acceptable improvement to newly created parking areas and access. Older properties that have been using unimproved parking and access before 1994 may install attractive and well-maintained driveway rock to comply with this Code provision, but parking and access areas for new homes and commercial buildings and those creating new parking areas and access on existing homes and commercial buildings must use concrete or asphalt for such parking.
City staff is in the process of evaluating traffic and traffic flow throughout the City. We are maintaining a list of requested stop sign locations and will consider all requests. However, if the City placed a stop sign at every requested location, it is likely every intersection will become a 4-way stop. Staff will evaluate all safety concerns, establish reasonable routing to prioritize right-of-way access at all intersections to provide a responsible, efficient and logical traffic routing pattern for the City.
If the sidewalk is attached to the curb, the City is responsible. If the sidewalk is separated (detached) from the street curb, the property owner is responsible for repairing and constructing the sidewalk along the property frontage. https://library.municode.com/co/fort_lupton/codes/municipal_code?nodeId=CH11STSIPUPR_ARTISICUGU
Snow removal, mowing, tree maintenance, and removal (if needed) are the responsibility of the homeowner.
Municipal Code Sec. 7-81. - Unlawful weed, grass, or brush growth.
It is unlawful for any person, corporation, or other entity who is the owner, lessee, occupant, or person in control of any lot, tract, or parcel of land in the City to permit or maintain on any such lot, tract, or parcel of land or on, or along the sidewalk, street or alley adjacent to the same, between the property line and the curb or middle of the alleyway or to the edge of the roadway if no curb exists, any growth of weeds, grass or brush to a height greater than six (6) inches or in any manner that would constitute a fire hazard.
Municipal Code Sec. 7-82. - Weed, grass, brush, or debris; removal required.
It is unlawful for any person, corporation, or other entity who is the owner, lessee, occupant or in control of any lot, tract, or parcel of land in the City to fail to remove any weeds, grass, or brush required to be cut by the provisions of Section 7-81, and, further, it shall be unlawful to fail to remove all such weeds or brush and immediately dispose of the same.
The City is responsible for the maintenance of the sanitary sewer mains. Property owners are responsible for the service line from the house to the main. https://library.municode.com/co/fort_lupton/codes/municipal_code?nodeId=CH13MUUT_ARTISESY
Municipal Code Sec. 13-13. - General regulations for sewer service lines.
(b) The service line from the sewer main, including tap, to the structure served shall be installed, maintained, and repaired by the sewer user at his or her expense. No claim shall be made against the City on account of breaking or for the failure of the service of sewer, and no reduction in the rates will be made for any time that service pipes or fixtures are frozen or are not in proper working order. All connections, taps, and lines that are or will become the responsibility of the City for maintenance shall be inspected by the City’s authorized representative prior to being backfilled and used.
(c) The City shall be responsible for all maintenance and repairs to the sewer mains.
Depends on which side of the meter the water is leaking from. If the leak is between the meter and the house, the property owner is responsible. https://library.municode.com/co/fort_lupton/codes/municipal_code?nodeId=CH13MUUT_ARTVWASE
Municipal Code Sec. 13-87. - General policies for water service lines.
(b) The service line from the meter pit or curb box to the structure served shall be installed, maintained, and repaired by the water user at his or her expense. No claim shall be made against the City on account of breaking of service pipes or apparatus or for failure in the supply of water, and no reduction in the rates will be made for any time that service pipes or fixtures are frozen or are not in proper working order. All connections, taps, and lines that are or will become the responsibility of the City for maintenance, shall be inspected by the City’s authorized representative prior to being backfilled and used.
(c) The City shall be responsible for all maintenance and repairs to service pipes and fixtures installed between the City main and meter pit or curb box, whichever is closer to the City main.
Utility locates are required for any project that will dig in the street or near utility lines to prevent damage to the underground utilities. The locates may be associated with a City project in the street, private utility companies, or other construction work being planned or about to be constructed.
To see current known construction projects for the City and private developments check the City’s website at https://www.fortluptonco.gov/491/Construction-Projects
6 years and under must have direct supervision by someone 12 and over. 7 to 9 may use the facility with 12 and over in the facility. 10 years and over may use the facility without supervision.
Contact the Recreation Manager at 720-466-6163 to check on availability, cost, and regulations.
Yes, we offer Silver & Fit, SilverSneakers, and Renew Active.
Individuals looking to do community service hours must contact the Building Maintenance Supervisor at 720.466.6168 and schedule a time.
Lap swimming in the lap lanes are from 5:30 am until 8 am on weekdays.