Community News

The Waverly Community Board decided at the June 22, 2020 meeting that we could not confidently host the Pancake Breakfast this year due to uncertainties about Covid and going about making sure we could put on a safe event. So, like many other events in the area, we look forward to next year!! We will miss everyone and wish you well in the meantime.
Waverly resident and Soldias Farms owner, George Wallace has written a delightful book of poetry and other writings now published by Wolverine Farm Publishing. Illustrated by local artist, Nina Judson Crespo, it offers a wonderful variety of  reflections about rural life and life in general. Great summer reading! Order online at https://www.wolverinefarm.org/publishing/our-publications/#specialty or stop by their Letter Press and Publick House at 316 Willow in Old Town. The author and...
Many of you probably know that Wellington is updating its Comprehensive Plan that involves assessing the current status of town components, visions for its future, and plans on how to get there. It also involves determining its Growth Management Area (GMA) with relative proximity to the Waverly Community.Wellington officials invited members of the Waverly Community Board to meet in March with the Planning Director to pass on their thoughts, ideas, and concerns from a perspective of living in...
Hello Waverly Folks! Please contact us if you need some errands run for you during our "staying home" situation. We have some responsible volunteers that can help with that. Thank you and stay well!! (Use the Contact tab)
Karen Crumbaker sends this link (copy and paste into your browser):  https://cpw.state.co.us/aboutus/Pages/News-Release-Details.aspx?NewsID=7308 to help get information out about rabies found in two skunks and one mountain lion in Larimer County. Information on how to recognize, contact numbers,and protecting yourself and your pets. Rabies is not unusual in Larimer County, but worth a reminder.