Closed for Presidents' Day
The Town of Foxfield offices will be closed on Monday, February 18
in observance of the Presidents' Day holiday.
South Metro Safety Training
The South Metro Safety Foundation offers low cost safety programs for adults and teens. Classes include driver and crash avoidance skills, CPR and first aid, a Super Sitter Babysitting course and Youth Safety Skills.
Click the flyer below for more details and to register:
If you witness a coyote being more agressive than normal, such as trying to
attack a human or large dog, please call the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office
at 303-795-4711 to report the incident. It is important to have any and
all unusually aggressive coyote attacks documented through the Sheriff's Office.
Debby Farreau has been appointed as Trustee-at-Large by the Board of Trustees to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Allyson Zoellner.
Debby will be sworn in and take her seat on the Board of Trustees
at the meeting on February 21.
Open Burning Ban Rescinded
The Arapahoe County Sheriff has rescinded the Open Burning Ban.
Please use caution with any open flame fire as grasses and other fuels can dry out quickly and even a small fire can spread quickly.
Please refrain from buring during windy conditions and have a readily available water supply.
Please click here for information on recreational fires:
More information can be found on the For Residents tab on the left, under Fire Department.
Fireworks Ban still in effect
Arapahoe County has banned the sale and use of fireworks in unincorporated Arapahoe County due to the high fire danger. The Town of Foxfield follows fireworks and open burning bans to keep its residents safe.
This ban on fireworks is in effect for one year but may be rescinded if drought conditions improve. The ban does not apply to professional fireworks displays supervised by South Metro Fire personnel.
Town of Foxfield
P.O. Box 461450
Foxfield, CO 80046