Top 10 2021
Town staff votes on last year's major accomplishments!
In September, the G.F.O.A. announced that the Town of Frederick received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for the Town's 2021 Budget Publication.
The Town partnered with Via Mobility Services to provide free transportation for Frederick seniors (age 60 or better) and people with special abilities. Services started in October.
In August, the Frederick Police Department announced a new partnership with North Range Behavioral Health to launch the Carbon Valley & Mead Co-Responder Program.
In April, the Board of Trustees approved a resolution awarding the design of the Colorado Boulevard and Tipple Parkway Intersection Improvement Project to the firm of Martin/Martin, who started design work in May.
The Board of Trustees adopted the P.O.S.T. Master Plan in January. This plan identifies the recreation needs of today's residents, anticipates those of tomorrow, and provides a framework for creating a vibrant system of parks, open space, and trails.
5. Transportation Master Plan
In February, the Board of Trustees approved a resolution to adopt the Transportation Master Plan. The T.M.P. identifies the Town's existing transportation network's strengths and challenges and sets the vision for the next 10 to 20 years.
The Town of Frederick takes the top spot as the safest city in Colorado, according to the seventh annual Safest Cities report from SafeWise in April. The report uses national crime data and analyzes safety trends when ranking cities for safety. The Frederick Police Department is coming in hot with two top stories for 2021!
In January, the Town rolled out the Business Recovery Plan, a grant program to support brick-and-mortar businesses in the Town of Frederick affected by COVID-19 restrictions. The Town allocated $200,000 in funds to champion a healthy business community.
In 2021, all Town staff came together to define our values and culture. FRED stands for Family, Respect, Empower, and Dedicated. We are creating a culture of Family where individuals feel Respected and Empowered by others and are Dedicated to the Town.
1. Strategic Plan
In the summer of 2021, the Board of Trustees adopted a Strategic Plan for the Town of Frederick. The plan has six focus areas with short-term, mid-term, and long-term goals to foster an exceptional and inclusive community that is Built on What Matters. We will continue to update our Strategic Plan quarterly.