Get Into Golf Series: Chipping, Pitching and Bunkers - Saturday, July 14


Are you interested in improving your score? Sign up for our upcoming Get Into Golf Series: Chipping, Pitching and Bunkers in partnership with South Suburban Parks and Recreation on Saturday, July 14 from 2 - 4 p.m.  You will work on these short game shots with instructors who will guide you through drills to improve your touch around the greens. All abilities are welcome. Registration is required, minimum age 12.  Click here to register. 


Milling Underway on Timberline Road - To Be Completed July 17

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Milling is currently underway on Timberline Road and will continue Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. until Tuesday, July 17. At times, some entrances onto Timberline Road will be closed for up to 15 – 20 minutes, and residents will be redirected to another exit point. We ask that the residents please follow the directions of the flaggers so they don’t ruin their vehicles. Striping on Timberline will start shortly after milling is completed on the 17th. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Public Works at (303) 662-8112.

Fireworks Display Delayed to 10 p.m. Due to Inclement Weather


Due to storms passing through Lone Tree, our Independence Day fireworks display has been delayed to 10 p.m. If you wish to return to Sweetwater Park, you are welcome to. However, the north entrance off Maximus and the east entrance from the Contour 39 Apartments will be closed. We encourage you to find other locations throughout the City where you can catch a good view and not risk missing the show. We apologize for this inconvenience but our priority, first and foremost, is everyone’s safety.

Small Cell Wireless Facilities Are Coming to Lone Tree

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The increasing demand for wireless communications has led several wireless companies—including Sprint, Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile—to consider installation of small cell wireless poles throughout Lone Tree.

Since the Colorado legislature passed a law in 2017 requiring municipalities to accommodate these poles in public rights of way, including in residential neighborhoods, it’s important to note that the City of Lone Tree cannot prohibit these installations.  However, the City has worked with many of the companies to design poles that will reduce their visual impact. Depending on its location, a new wireless facility may resemble a flag pole or street light, or it may be attached to an existing street light or traffic signal.

For more information, contact the City Manager’s Office or Public Works Department at 303-708-1818. 

Celebrate Independence Day with the City of Lone Tree

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Celebrate Independence Day with the City of Lone Tree at Sweetwater Park on Wednesday, July 4 from 4 - 9:30 p.m. 

Enjoy a kid’s bike parade, numerous inflatable interactives and games, music, and a spectacular fireworks display for all to enjoy!  Food trucks will be onsite as well as a beverage trailer provided by the Highlands Ranch Band Booster Club to help raise funds for their program. Musical entertainment will be provided by Chris Buehrle and headliner, MarchFourth Marching Band, a group that delivers a joy-inducing, foot-stomping, booty-shaking journey that defies categorization.

Due to the popularity of this event and park capacity, residents must obtain wristbands to attend. Children age 3 and under do not need to wear a wristband.

For more information and wristband pickup dates/times, click here

Updates on Construction Projects Throughout Lone Tree

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County Line Road Phase 2A

Phase II of County Line Road improvements are underway! Expect one lane closure in each direction of County Line Road (eastbound/westbound), as well as the closure of one lane of the off ramp to County Line from SB I-25. There will also be night time closures of Park Meadows Center Drive at County Line Road and the I-25 SB on Ramp from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. 

2018 Street Overlay

Yosemite Street from Maximus Drive to County Line Road will have lane closures in both directions from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. on Sunday nights, and 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday through Friday nights for resurfacing.  Work will continue through the end of June.     

Yosemite Median Project

There will be intermittent one lane closures adjacent to the Yosemite Median just south of C-470 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. through July. 

 C-470 Widening Project

Yosemite Street from Park Meadows Drive to Park Meadows Center Drive AND Acres Green Drive from Park Meadows Drive to Parkway Drive will have lane closures from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. to 6 am (weekdays and weekends). 

SERE RTD Light Rail Project

Trainstation Circle next to Sky Ridge Avenue will be closed until end of June to install the rail line across Trainstation Circle.

Youth Commission Seeking Applicants

 The 2017-18 Lone Tree Youth Commission

The 2017-18 Lone Tree Youth Commission

Want to give back to the community? Interested in how City government works? Want to make some awesome friends? Check out the City of Lone Tree's Youth Commission. 

Any Lone Tree resident in 8th – 12th grade is eligible to serve as a member of the commission. Members meet throughout the year to learn about city government, volunteer for local causes, and plan events for the community. Commissioners are given the chance to meet community leaders and work with the Mayor, City Council, and city staff. 

Interested? The Youth Commission is currently seeking applicants to fill 3 positions. Applications are due by July 20, 2018.

Applications should be submitted to or mail to the City of Lone Tree at 9220 Kimmer Dr., Suite 100, Lone Tree, CO 80124.

Join 35,000 riders for a greener, healthier commute on Bike to Work Day


Bike to Work Day is coming up on Wednesday, June 27. If you’re new to bike commuting or need a little motivation to get back in the game, this is the day to make it happen.

More than 300 breakfast stations around the region will be serving up food and fun from 6:30 - 9 a.m. The Lone Tree breakfast station will be located at the intersection of the C-470 Trail and the Willow Creek Trail. 

“This event was created to encourage people to try biking to work and to raise awareness of the benefits of active commuting,” said Doug Rex, executive director for DRCOG. “We love the excitement and energy on the big day, and our hope is that people see how easy it is, appreciate the benefits and continue to choose bike commuting more often.”

Those benefits come in many forms. Bike commuters are less stressed and a little richer with each trip they take, compared to single-occupant car commuters. It’s also healthier and could actually save you time if you live within five miles of your workplace. Bike commuting also reduces traffic congestion and improves air quality.

Ready to give it a try? Register your ride to be eligible to win prizes such as concert tickets, an e-bike or an all-expenses paid cycling trip to Iceland. While on the site, you can also map your route and see if there are any group rides planned in your area.

Get social on Bike to Work Day! Share photos of your favorite breakfast, the coolest swag or that awesome helmet hair.

Twitter:              #biketoworkday #WaytoGoDenver @DRCOGorg

Facebook:         @WaytoGoDenver

About the Organizer: Way to Go is a program of Denver Regional Council of Governments, a planning organization where local governments collaborate to establish guidelines, set policy and allocate funding in the areas of transportation and personal mobility, regional growth and development, and aging and disability resources. For more information visit

Get Into Golf Series: Ladies & Link


Golf season is in full swing at the Lone Tree Golf Club and this year the City of Lone Tree is partnering with them to bring the Get Into Golf Series to our residents. Join us for the first clinic, Ladies and Links on Saturday, June 9 at 2 p.m.

This clinic is all about the ladies! Whether you are new to the game, looking to fine-tune your skills, or want to find a sport you can share with your daughter, this is the clinic for you! Get
instruction on full swing, irons, chipping, and putting in a laid back
environment. Registration required, minimum age 10.

Click here to register.