Did You Know?

Posted on August 25, 2015 by Krysta Cossitt

Did You Know?

Did you know that the United States Postal Service has officially recognized Roxborough as a city listed under the zip code 80125 since 2011? Residents are able to address their postage as Roxborough, CO 80125 instead of Littleton, CO 80125. You can visit USPS’s website to see for yourself. Just type in the 80125 zip code to get the list of official cities.

Did you know that rattlesnakes don’t always inject venom when they strike? This is known as a “dry bite.” Rattlesnakes can discharge venom from either one of their fangs, both fangs or neither one. Regardless, if you have been bitten always seek immediate medical attention.

Did you know you can raise money for Roxborough PTIC just by doing your normal grocery shopping? All you need is a Safeway or King Soopers reloadable card (the store’s customer service or cashiers can help you). Shop groceries, fuel and prescriptions – 5% of all purchases will go towards PTIC Roxborough. Click here for more information.

Did you know that your Douglas County library card gives you access to FREE music? Freegal is a free music service offering access to around 9 million songs to download – all you need is your library card. You can even download music videos. Check it out!

Did you know you know that the West Metro Fire Rescue department is hosting a community meeting Wednesday, August 26 at 7pm? Find out what’s happening and what’s planned for the future in regards to services provided by the Fire Department. Join others at Fire Rescue Station #15 to show our local fire fighters that we support their efforts in protecting our families and homes.

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About Krysta

Krysta Cossitt, owner of Cossitt Concierge, has been a resident of Roxborough for three years. She lives in the park with her husband, Travis, and dog, Ruby. Cossitt Concierge offers individuals and families an affordable way to offload a range of tasks in order to manage an active lifestyle including event coordinating, organizational tasks and you guessed it - blogging.

 

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