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Final public meeting to share Fairgrounds Master Plan July 13

Registration is required for Zoom meeting, Spanish interpretation will be provided
Boulder County Fairgrounds (Photo by Macie May)


Boulder County Public Works and Parks & Open Space departments invite all members of the public to attend an online meeting to learn more about the preferred site plan alternative for the future of the Boulder County Fairgrounds in Longmont. The preferred plan has been posted to the project webpage.

Staff will present the preferred site plan and collect feedback. Spanish interpretation will be provided.

Wednesday, July 13
5:30 to 7 p.m.
Zoom Meeting – Registration Required
Registration Link

The preferred site plan has been developed through refinement of three conceptual options that were presented to the community for feedback in March. The July 13 public meeting will include a presentation followed by a question-and-answer session.

The Fairgrounds Master Plan will guide the evolution of the facility into a far-reaching community-events complex by identifying meaningful ways to continue to serve the community, exploring future upgrades to the facilities, and maintaining a focus on the rural heritage and agricultural focus of Boulder County.

Boulder County and its contractor, Design Workshop, have been leading the master planning process and have already conducted interviews with staff and facility users, hosted focus groups, held two public meetings, and conducted a survey to get to help create the three concepts and select the preferred site plan.

For more information on the Fairgrounds Master Plan, visit or contact Andrew Barth at or call 303-441-1032.