Certified Water Operators at CSU have been tasked with keeping high-quality drinking water available during the COVID-19 pandemic, while most buildings are sparsely populated or completely unoccupied.
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To educate employees on the findings of the shared governance committee on retirement and to gather feedback, Human Resources will host three informational online sessions.
Extension has partnered with local aging organizations to create Senior Access Points of Larimer County, a comprehensive website that offers seniors a community of opportunity, research, and service.
CSU and all project contractors and work crews are following guidelines established by public health officials to reduce the possibility of transmitting the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
The changes involve a major route detour, several closed stops and a couple of new stops coming to the southbound route on the east side of CSU’s main campus.
After a two-year lull, the campus will once again see the signs of progress, as streets and parking lots are closed, construction and renovation fences are erected.
The Poudre Express will run Mondays through Fridays and provide an economical alternative to driving to and from CSU.
Parking and Transportation Services will be giving back to the community this holiday season as part of its Foods for Fines program.