Domino’s promised to save carryout pizza, one pothole at a time, and it is doing just that in Littleton. Thanks to a number of nominations from its residents, Littleton was selected as a “Paving for Pizza” grant recipient.
“The Paving for Pizza program is a great additional opportunity to help make improvements to our city roads and we are thrilled to be selected by Domino’s,” said Debbie Brinkman, mayor of Littleton.
The City of Littleton plans to throw a Pothole Paving Palooza in April, during which the grant will be used to pave potholes. Littleton citizens are welcome to attend as there will be free pizza, giveaways, and surprises. The date and location will be announced soon at littletongov.org.
According to the online travel magazine VacationIdea.com, Littleton is listed as one of the top places to visit in Colorado! The article highlights Littleton’s parks and outdoor trails, historic Main Street, restaurants, Littleton Museum, and more.
Littleton Farmers Insurance Agent, Jeff Pasquale, is a man of many talents! He has a unique way of connecting to people through the many books he has authored, his leadership and personal coaching, and business background. His New book: ‘Mountain Life –A Rocky Mountain Guide to Elevated Living’ was just released and is available at the Tattered Cover at Littleton’s Aspen Grove and Colfax locations. “Mountain life highlights what’s good about life, no matter where you live. Mountain life is about enjoying life, living with fewer hassles, and not taking yourself too seriously”.
Jeff uses his 20 years of business coaching, insights and passion, and 10 years of insurance experience to help people; with a primary goal of educating his clients on the importance of insurance and help them make the right decisions regarding their coverage – whether that’s auto, home, life, business insurance, and more.
Almost Sold Out – Envision Littleton Speaker Series – February 27 – 6-8pm
Envision Littleton is hosting a four-part speaker series in 2019. This first lecture-style event is on Wednesday, February 27 from 6-8pm at the Littleton Museum. Speaker Series #1 will explore the facts and figures that tell the story of the current Littleton. Then attendees will hear from Chris Akers, Economist for the State Demography Office to learn how we measure up to the region and state.
After almost 6 years caffeinating the City of Littleton one patron at a time; SPUR Coffee, located at 5624 S. Prince Street has closed. SPUR, a unique roastery in Downtown Littleton, known for their delicious and responsibly produced coffee and their commitment to providing varied local and organic produce, where diners can select from gluten-free and vegan menu options will be missed as a part of our Littleton community. Their Denver café will remain open as will the Wholesale Roastery.
Jackass Hill Brewery is now open in downtown Littleton! Located at 2409 West Main Street, the brewery was one of the many projects selected to receive the economic development department’s Revitalization Incentive Grant.
Though only open a few weeks, the brewery has been heralded for its warm, welcoming atmosphere and friendly staff. For Littleton residents and beer enthusiasts from across the state, Jackass Hill Brewery is a welcomed addition to the downtown community!
Littleton among the 25 best school districts in Colorado
Littleton has a lot to offer and for many, a robust school system is an important factor in choosing a place to live. According to a January 8th, Denver Business Journal article; Littleton, ranked 5th in the state, has one of the best school districts in Colorado – as if we didn’t know!
The 2019 annual school ranking was reported by the ratings and review company Niche and includes data that is reviewed and analyzed by the U.S Department of Education. Ranking factors include everything from state test scores, teacher quality, college readiness scores to student life and graduation rates. Districts of all sizes were included from all across the state of Colorado.