Welcome to the Boulder Community Alliance (BCA), a nonprofit serving Boulder, Utah. BCA is a confederation of groups and individuals promoting an array of community projects. Each of these partners has a page on this web site to explain its activities in narrative and photos. The primary goal of this Alliance is to promote dialogue and encourage the partners and projects, seek grants, accept tax deductible charitable donations and generally act as a community support organization. This, in turn, spawns and facilitates new ideas, programs and grants.
For those who might not know, Boulder is a very small community (population under 300) located in a stunning landscape of sandstone outcroppings, green pastures and dense forest. Forest Lands, BLM, and the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument are our closest neighbors. The way in or out is over Highway 12, one of the few “All American Roads” in the nation. (USDOT designation.)
Our Alliance’s supported activities are wide ranging. There is a lot of participation in the slow food movement through locally grown, organic, sustainable agriculture. Friends of the Boulder Library offer a monthly book club and have undertaken an oral/video history project. Another group of local volunteers is bringing hospice to this remote community—at long last. The local 4-H Buckaroos are getting lots of kids on horseback while the Boulder Park Friends are helping build a new playground and improve the Town grounds. Through the efforts of a few BCA members, a community newsletter, the Sage Page, is now published four times yearly (you can find all the back issues on this site).
We are here first and foremost to serve our area and its residents, seeking overriding consensus within the community. We do not get involved in the prerogatives of the Boulder Town Council and governance. We do, however, strongly support the Town’s General Plan philosophy of agricultural, open space and watershed preservation. For more information regarding our structure and the decision making process, see the next page –