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  1. Building Inspection

    Community Development Mid-Year Summary

    Find out the latest development updates about development activity in the Town of Parker with the Community Development 2020 Mid-Year Summary. Read on...
  2. Town Council Meeting Update

    Town Council Meeting Update - Aug. 3

    Miss the Aug. 3 Town Council Meeting? We have you covered! Read on...
  3. Chambers and Grasslands Traffic Signal Location Map

    New Chambers Drive Traffic Signal to Be Added

    Parker residents and visitors will soon notice a new traffic signal at the intersection of Chambers Road and Grasslands Drive. Read on...
  4. Chambers and Hess Intersection Sub-Area Map

    Chambers and Hess Subarea Plan Public Review Draft

    A public review draft of the Chambers and Hess Subarea Plan is now available online. A Virtual Community Open House will he held on Aug. 19 for the community to weigh in on the draft. Read on...
  5. 2020 Community Engagement Activities Graphioc

    Upcoming Town of Parker Activities

    With large-scale gatherings temporarily suspended due to COVID-19, Town staff has been creatively working to find other ways for the Parker community to stay engaged and show its hometown spirit. Read on...
  6. Face Mask

    Remember to Follow State's Face-Covering Order

    Although the Parker Town Council voted to opt out of the Tri-County Health Department’s mandatory face covering order in July, Governor Jared Polis' Executive Order requiring face coverings in public indoor spaces is still in effect. Read on...
  7. COVID-19 Testing

    COVID-19 Testing Events in Douglas County

    Several COVID-19 diagnostic nasal swab testing events will be held in Douglas County in the month of August. Read on...
  8. Talk of the Town - August 2020 graphic

    August 2020 Talk of the Town - Online Only

    Due to the rapidly changing environment due to COVID-19, the Town of Parker’s Talk of the Town monthly newsletter has transitioned to a digital-only format for the near-term. Read on...
  9. Fire Restrictions

    Stage One Fire Ban In Effect in Parker

    In an effort to limit the possibility of a wildfire, the Town of Parker’s Office of Emergency Management has followed the Douglas County Office of Emergency Management by issuing a Stage One Fire Ban until further notice. Read on...
  10. Face Mask on Woman

    Town of Parker Opts Out of Tri-County Health Mask Order

    On Monday, July 20, the Parker Town Council voted to opt out of the Tri-County Health Department’s mandatory face covering order. Read on...
  11. TA Report - Summer 2020 Graphic

    Town Administrator's Report - Summer 2020

    Learn more about what's going on in departments throughout the Town of Parker with the quarterly Town Administrator's Report. Read on...
  12. Town Hall Council Chambers

    Public Comment Process at Town Meetings

    Learn more about the process for providing a public comment during virtual Town Council Meetings or Parker Planning Commission Meetings. Read on...
  13. Election Buttons

    Town Election Set for November

    A regular Town Council election will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 3 to elect a Mayor and three Councilmembers to four-year terms. Serving on the Town Council is a great way to help shape the future of the Parker community! Read on...
  14. coronavirus

    Town of Parker Cornavirus News and Resources

    Follow the latest updates from the Town of Parker about impacts from the COVID-19 outbreak that affect our community. Read on...
  15. Hand Holding Heart

    Human Services Available to Parker Residents

    If you or someone you know finds themselves in need of assistance with things like food, child care, shelter, mental health and more, we encourage you to check out our list of resources available to Town of Parker residents. Read on...
  16. Town of Parker Budget and Finance Operations

    Town Budget Reduced due to COVID-19 Impacts

    A forecasted decline in sales tax and other revenues, combined with an additional $1 million in unplanned COVID-19 response expenses, has resulted in the need to reduce the Town’s budgeted revenues by $13 million, or about 25 percent. Read on...
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