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Glenwood Springs hosts information sessions for citizens

The City of Glenwood Springs

The City of Glenwood Springs is inviting residents to participate in their ‘Make It Make Sense” informational meetings to learn about the city’s infrastructure funds, and how and where funds are spent. There will be four meetings throughout July on the 3rd at Sopris Elementary, the 11th at Hotel Colorado, the 15th at the Community Center, and on the 23rd via Zoom and Facebook Live. Spanish translation services will be available and everyone is welcome.

The Glenwood Springs Infrastructure Fund is used for street maintenance, repair, ADA safety, snow plowing, and more. This funding comes from the .5% sales tax which generates nearly 4 million dollars a year, the first million of which goes directly into maintaining and repairing public property. Voters approved the tax in 2006 and it is scheduled to go out of effect in 2026. More information on this law and Make it Make Cents is available at

Lily Jones is a recent graduate of Mississippi State University, with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications with a concentration in Broadcasting and Digital Journalism. When she's not travelling she hosts the news on Monday and Wednesday.