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Southwest Mobile Storage is a family-owned shipping container business founded in 1995. Our strength for more than 25 years comes from the specialized knowledge and passion of our people, along with serving over 24,000 commercial, construction and residential customers. Our 90,000 sq. ft. facility and expertise in maintaining, manufacturing, and delivering corrugated steel containers are unrivaled in the industry.

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When you choose mobile storage containers over traditional storage facilities, you get more space for less, plus the convenience of onsite, 24/7 access to your valuables. And if you can't keep a container at your location, we offer you the flexibility to store it at our place instead. Rest assured, our high-quality storage containers will keep your items safe from weather, pests and break-ins. When you need to rent, buy or modify mobile storage containers in Littleton, CO, look no further than Southwest Mobile Storage.

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What is Littleton, CO Known For? 5 Things to Love About This City

Living in Littleton, Colorado, with its historic downtown area, vibrant arts scene, and numerous outdoor recreational opportunities, provides a balanced and fulfilling lifestyle. Explore the local boutiques and eateries or take in the stunning views along the South Platte River, there’s always something new in this welcoming community. So whether you’re searching for ...

Living in Littleton, Colorado, with its historic downtown area, vibrant arts scene, and numerous outdoor recreational opportunities, provides a balanced and fulfilling lifestyle. Explore the local boutiques and eateries or take in the stunning views along the South Platte River, there’s always something new in this welcoming community. So whether you’re searching for apartments in Littleton, homes for sale, or want to learn more about what Littleton is known for, this Redfin article will be your guide.

1. Hudson Gardens

The city is home to the stunning Hudson Gardens, a 30-acre botanical paradise featuring various plants, flowers, and walking trails. Visitors can enjoy concerts, events, and educational programs in this picturesque setting, making it a popular attraction for locals and tourists.

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Littleton hosts the annual Western Welcome Week, a 10-day celebration of the city’s heritage and community spirit. The event features parades, concerts, art shows, and various family-friendly activities, bringing together residents and visitors to celebrate the city’s vibrant culture.

3. Art District

The Downtown Littleton Art District showcases a diverse range of galleries, studios, and public art installations, fostering a creative atmosphere that attracts local artists and enthusiasts. For instance, the Depot Art Gallery is a prominent hub within this district, featuring works by regional artists and hosting regular exhibitions, contributing to Littleton’s burgeoning artistic landscape.

4. Bike trails

The city boasts an extensive network of bike trails, offering scenic routes for cyclists of all skill levels. These well-maintained paths wind through parks, along waterways, and into the surrounding countryside, providing a healthy and enjoyable way to explore the natural beauty of Littleton.

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5. Local breweries

Littleton is known for its thriving craft beer scene, with various local breweries offering unique and flavorful brews. Visitors can enjoy brewery tours, tastings, and events, experiencing the city’s passion for quality craft beer and its vibrant community of beer enthusiasts.

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Costco proposes new Denver metro area location

Costco Wholesale submitted plans to the City of Littleton for the new location.Credit: APLITTLETON, Colo. — Costco Wholesale is planning a new store in suburban Littleton as part of a larger effort to redevelop a former office site.Costco and architecture firm MG2 submitted recent plans to the City of Littleton on Feb. 8 for ...

Costco Wholesale submitted plans to the City of Littleton for the new location.

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LITTLETON, Colo. — Costco Wholesale is planning a new store in suburban Littleton as part of a larger effort to redevelop a former office site.

Costco and architecture firm MG2 submitted recent plans to the City of Littleton on Feb. 8 for a new location at 700 and 900 West Mineral Avenue at a former Lumen Technologies, Inc. office campus.

The developer, Colorado-based Republic Investment Group (RIG), is working with the city of Littleton to get both Costco as well as other retail and residential uses through city approvals. Current zoning at the Costco site allows for warehouse retail, grocery, gas station, liquor sales and vehicle repair. Currently, there’s a 400,000-square-foot two-story building that the developers will demolish to make way for the new Costco.

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Utility company shuts off power ahead hurricane-force wind gusts, increased fire dangers in Rockies

DENVER – The threat of wind gusts to 100 mph and low humidity has triggered National Weather Service offices from the Desert Southwest to the Plains to issue a variety of weather alerts warning of the potential of damaging winds and quick-moving fires.The FOX Forecast Center said a strong storm system moving through the Rockies and the Plains created a significant pressure gradient off the mountains, which allowed for the...

DENVER – The threat of wind gusts to 100 mph and low humidity has triggered National Weather Service offices from the Desert Southwest to the Plains to issue a variety of weather alerts warning of the potential of damaging winds and quick-moving fires.

The FOX Forecast Center said a strong storm system moving through the Rockies and the Plains created a significant pressure gradient off the mountains, which allowed for the gusty winds.

Nearly 9 million people, including residents in Denver and Boulder, Colorado, were placed under a High Wind Warning, with winds that were forecast to reach 70 mph through Sunday afternoon.

Forecast models showed residents in the foothills face the potential of seeing winds clocked at 90 or even 100 mph.

"Damaging winds will blow down trees and power lines. Scattered power outages are expected. Travel will be difficult, especially for high-profile vehicles. Blowing dust will reduce visibility to less than a quarter mile in places," the NWS office in Boulder warned.

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The combination of dry brush, low humidity levels and gusty winds have led to an increased wildfire danger throughout the region.

Xcel Energy, an electricity provider to communities in several states, including Colorado, Texas and New Mexico, planned to de-energize power lines to around 55,000 customers to reduce the threat of ignition.

The company has faced scrutiny in the past for its potential involvement in deadly fires that were believed to have started around malfunctioning electrical equipment, including the Smokehouse Creek Fire, which burned more than a million acres in the Texas Panhandle earlier this year.

"Typically, when there is an issue that causes a power outage on a line, such as a tree branch contacting a power line, equipment on the system will attempt to restore power automatically, usually within a few seconds. Xcel Energy is changing the settings on those systems in many areas to prevent the automatic restoration of power. Instead, crews will patrol the area to ensure it is safe to restore service. This safety measure means power outages are likely to last longer. Crews are standing by, ready to conduct patrols and restore power when it is safe," Xcel Energy said in a statement.

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Due to the threat of power outages, South Metro firefighters recommend oxygen-dependent people consider staying with family, friends or at a hotel until the threat of extreme weather was over.

In addition to the fire threat, the Colorado State Patrol announced that parts of Interstate 25 were closed to high-profile vehicles north of Fort Collins.

Wind gusts through Saturday afternoon topped 80 mph in north central Colorado, while the Denver metro reported wind speeds in the 30s and 40s.

The blustery conditions are expected to decrease from damaging levels through Sunday.

Forecast models show the possibility of a weak frontal boundary moving through the region on Tuesday before a ridge of high pressure will build into the area by the end of the workweek.

SpaceX rocket booster arrives at new home in Littleton

A 154-foot SpaceX rocket booster has arrived at its new home outside of the DISH Network Corporate Offices in Littleton, on the southwest quadrant of the intersection of Bowles Avenue and Santa Fe Drive.It is a Falcon 9, which is a type of reusable rocket that SpaceX uses for repeated launches. According to SpaceX’s website, the Falcon 9 is the first orbital-class reusable rocket in the world.This particular booster is being repurposed...

A 154-foot SpaceX rocket booster has arrived at its new home outside of the DISH Network Corporate Offices in Littleton, on the southwest quadrant of the intersection of Bowles Avenue and Santa Fe Drive.

It is a Falcon 9, which is a type of reusable rocket that SpaceX uses for repeated launches. According to SpaceX’s website, the Falcon 9 is the first orbital-class reusable rocket in the world.

This particular booster is being repurposed as an exhibit, sitting atop three pedestals on the DISH Network campus. It sits about 12 feet in the air, crossing over Little’s Creek Trail, Littleton Public Works Director Keith Reester said.

DISH Network, a satellite television company headquartered in unincorporated Douglas County, approached the City of Littleton in 2021 to pitch the project, according to the city.

Reester said SpaceX donated the booster to DISH, and the maintenance and security of the exhibit are DISH’s responsibilities.

The city helped with the regulatory side of the project but has no direct costs because the Telluray Foundation, a local foundation, provided a $2.4 million grant to cover the costs of project development and installation.

The Telluray Foundation declined to comment for this story.

Reester said he expects the contractors to finish the construction of the exhibit site — including fencing, ground leveling, a walkway and signage — in early December.

“I think that there’s a lot of people that are interested in this kind of thing, and we hope to see them here,” Reester said. “From an economic standpoint … more tourism will give a boost to our community, and those are all really good things. It’ll be an ongoing draw, I think.”

The exhibit site will be accessible from the Mary Carter Greenway Trail and Little’s Creek Trail and there will be no public parking on site, Reester said.

There will be wayfinding signs to guide visitors from downtown Littleton and the Littleton Downtown RTD station, which are about half a mile away.

The display will be one of only three of its kind in the country.

One Falcon 9 rocket booster sits outside of the SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California, while another is at Space Center Houston in Texas.

Reester said part of the reason the exhibit makes sense in Littleton is because of the city’s connection with the aerospace industry.

“We have a long aerospace history and DISH happens to be one of the leaders in aerospace in Littleton now,” he said.

Aerospace company Lockheed Martin has had a large presence in the Littleton area for decades.

United Launch Alliance, a space launch company that competes with SpaceX, is headquartered in Centennial.

At a July city council meeting, Cantey Ergen, co-founder of DISH Network, said the booster should be on display in Littleton because of the city’s connection to the aerospace industry.

“We all talk about STEM education,” Ergen said. “We all want to excite kids and families and learners to understand technology that our country leads in right now, and we think that for DISH to have the opportunity to do this in partnership with the city of Littleton and the foundation … is something that would be beneficial to the city of Littleton.”

But the company’s relationship to SpaceX is a little bit more complicated, with a history of legal disputes between the companies.

In January, DISH sued SpaceX to try to stop its satellite internet service, Starlink, from launching its next-generation satellite network.

In May, SpaceX won a spectrum dispute with DISH regarding access to the 12GHz spectrum.

But according to Ergen, the companies also work together.

At the July meeting, she said DISH has launched satellites on SpaceX boosters six times.

DISH Network did not respond to recent requests for comment for this story.

In early November, DISH announced that it will be laying off about 500 Colorado employees in the coming months.

It also reported its third-quarter 2023 finances, which showed revenue totaling $3.70 billion, down from $4.10 billion for the corresponding period in 2022. It reported losing $139 million in the quarter and Forbes reported its shares fell to a 25-year low.

When asked what would happen to the booster if DISH is financially no longer able to maintain it, Reester said the agreement between the city and DISH holds the company responsible.

“This is like a lot of public installations, whether it be art or otherwise,” Reester said. “We felt from the beginning that it was critical for DISH to have maintenance in perpetuity, so our attorneys made sure that that was reflected in the agreement, so that the city didn’t end up with an unexpected future cost that we weren’t planning for.”

Reester said DISH was on board with this agreement from the beginning.

He said that in the case of an acquisition, any potential successor companies would be responsible for the booster.

DISH Network has not responded to recent requests for comment for this story.

Online posts show community members have expressed mixed reviews about the booster so far. Some are excited about the opportunity to see the object up close, while others have deemed it ugly and out-of-place near the natural trails.

There has been a detour in place on Little’s Creek Trail and the Mary Carter Greenway near the exhibit for over two months, Reester said, and the trails will reopen when construction is complete.

Editor’s note: The Telluray Foundation provides funding support for Colorado Community Media.

Xcel power shutdown leaves many Coloradans frustrated and scrambling

Xcel Energy shut down power on Saturday to tens of thousands of homes in areas prone to wildfires due to high winds.More VideosLITTLETON, Colo. — Many Coloradans found themselves frustrated and rushing to search for alternatives after Xcel Energy shut down power on Saturday to tens of thousands of homes in areas prone to wildfires due to high winds.This marks the first preemptive power shutdown ever conducted by Xcel in Colorado. Power lines were deactivated in six counties including Boulder, Gilpin, Jefferson, L...

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LITTLETON, Colo. — Many Coloradans found themselves frustrated and rushing to search for alternatives after Xcel Energy shut down power on Saturday to tens of thousands of homes in areas prone to wildfires due to high winds.

This marks the first preemptive power shutdown ever conducted by Xcel in Colorado. Power lines were deactivated in six counties including Boulder, Gilpin, Jefferson, Larimer, Douglas, and Broomfield starting Saturday afternoon around 3 p.m., affecting over 55,000 customers. The shutdown is expected to last into Sunday.

While Xcel said they did make efforts to notify customers Friday night, many residents in the outage zones report receiving minimal notice, if any.

Mike Raabe, a resident of Littleton, said he received a notification about the outage via automated phone call only four hours before it occurred. The late notification left him and his wife scrambling to find a solution due to his reliance on electricity at night for medical reasons.

"We got four hours’ notice, and you know, there are people who have a family, medical situations, family financial situations in these 55,000 customers. What are they going to do?" said Raabe.

Despite managing to secure a hotel accommodation for the night, Raabe expressed concern for others who might not be as fortunate. Xcel, in response, directed customers needing immediate assistance to call 911.

"I would say that I was a little taken aback by the response… They're basically saying, it's not my problem, you’ve got to deal with that. So just go ahead and call 911," Raabe remarked.

Homeowners across the Front Range, seeking clarity and specifics, were particularly frustrated by Xcel's failure to provide a map of the planned outage areas when the shutdown was initially announced. By the time the map was released, at around 8:00 p.m., many had already been without power for five hours.

Having lived in Colorado for nearly 50 years and experienced the threat of wildfires firsthand during the Marshall Fire in 2021, Raabe said he understands the importance of preventative measures. However, he questions whether such preemptive power shutdowns will become the norm during windy conditions.

"We need much more advanced notice than what we got... This was a preemptive plan, and they knew they were going to turn the power off. They need to let people know so they can prepare," Raabe emphasized.

Xcel Energy aims to restore power by midday Sunday, contingent upon the fire danger risk. The company advised customers to prepare for potentially extended outages.

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