An expedition, headed by Major Stephen H. Long, explored the area's St. Vrain River valley in 1820. The word "Longmont" is a combination of his name and "mont" from the French word for mountain.
Longmont City Council meetings can be seen every Tuesday at 7 pm at LongmontChannel.com.
Additional video can be seen on Longmont’s YouTube channel.
Longmont’s new resident brochure provides all the information that new and current residents need about government services including utility billing, Longmont Power & Communications, trash and recycling, recreation, senior services, library and public safety.
NextLight™, the community-owned high-speed fiber-optic network, has soared into the spotlight with its gigabit service to homes and businesses. In 2015, Ookla Speedtest named NextLight the fastest ISP in the nation, with a five-star customer satisfaction rating.
Whether registering for recreation classes, paying your utility bill or filing business sales taxes, Longmont provides many online service options 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week.
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April 2017: Should We Buy a Bookmobile?
March 2017: Would You Use an "Outpost Library"?
February 2017: When Do You Use the Library?
January 2017: Would You Check Out a Living Book?
December 2016: Impulse Shopping at the Library
November 2016: Would You Watch Recorded or Streamed Library Programs Remotely?
October 2016: How Do You Feel About the Dewey Decimal System?
September 2016: How Loud or Quiet Do You Like Your Library?
August 2016: Help Us Improve our Children's Library
July 2016: Help Us Pick the Next Round of Experience Bags
June 2016: Your Summer Plans & Reading
May 2016: What about a Library Gift Shop?
April 2016: Using the Library Website
March 2016: Reading Habits
February 2016: Adult Programming
January 2016: Social Media Usage
November 2015: Should We Introduce Experience Bags?