We NEED your help!
5 Things You Can Do RIGHT NOW to Support TLAG:
#1: Join TLAG by signing up for the newsletter using the form at the bottom of this page!
Keep up-to-date with all of the important information, happenings and meeting dates. Then, ATTEND A MEETING when you can! Check the calendar for upcoming events!
#2: “Like” TLAG on Facebook!
Help spread the news far and wide on social media about how Boulder City and County officials have stacked the deck in a rigged process and are trying to exploit Open Space to advance their special interests at the expense of an entire community and generations of Open Space investment.
#3: Support! We are a grassroots organization with a 100% volunteer board of directors and no paid staff. But, the work that TLAG is engaged in is not free. Your generous donations help offset our significant expenses for legal council, CORA requests (Colorado Open Records Act), hydrology and wildlife experts, and advertising. SUPPORT TLAG TODAY...click here!
#4: Use a TLAG King Soopers Card: When you shop with a TLAG stored value card, TLAG earns 5% back from Kroger for all purchases – including groceries, prescriptions, gas (at King Soopers/City Market fuel stations – 30th & Arapahoe). This is very easy to do and costs you nothing extra. Email firstname.lastname@example.org today to get your card and start supporting TLAG! Click here for program details and to get started.
#5: Write directly to the media the elected officials to express your opposition to Boulder's proposed development. Click here for email addresses and examples.
Sign the Petition
Protect Gunbarrel’s Local Wildlife Through the Creation of a Greater Twin Lakes Open Space – Stop City Annexation and High Density Growth
Note: this is an updated petition so please sign it even if you signed our paper petition in August/September
Read TLAG’s Position Paper and Supporting Documents
This excellent document describes TLAG’s concerns with the deeply flawed public process and proposed changes to the historic zoning of Twin Lakes. It also gives an alternative use for this land as a Greater Twin Lakes Open Space – a passive recreation resource for the community and important wildlife corridor.