The Golden Informer

Check out The Golden Informer, our own monthly community newsletter. The goal of the Informer is to provide information to Golden residents and businesses about what is going on in city government and the community at large.

The Informer is published by the City to help you understand what direction your elected officials are providing to city staff and the status of city projects funded by public money. We also hope to give you enlightening information about day to day operations of the City, inform you about fun upcoming events, give tips and remind you of classes and activities at our local recreational facilities.

If you live inside Golden city limits (which is different than having a Golden mailing address in unincorporated Jefferson County — check the Jefferson County Address Wizard if you’re unsure), you will automatically receive a copy of the Informer in your mailbox around the first of each month.

If you live outside the City limits but are interested in obtaining a copy, you can pick one up at City Hall, 911 10th St., or read a digital version of the current or earlier issues online.

We now use Issuu to archive and digitally publish the Golden Informer. You can view the current issue to the right (simply press esc to back out of the reader view), or go to our City of Golden publications page to view other Golden Informer issues dating back to 2016.

Issues dating from 2006 through 2015 are available for download as pdf from our Document Center.

For any further questions or article ideas, contact Communications by email or call 303-384-8012.

COG Mesa

 Golden was named after Thomas L. Golden,
a gold prospector who arrived in Jefferson County in 1858.

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