Free Concert—Tuesday, April 4, 2017 • 6-8pm

Dry and Dusty return to Boulder! Take a minute to listen to their latest album: Dry and Dusty is an old-time sister duo from Spokane, Washington. The band is made up of Ruthie and Sally Jablonsky, who… Read More

Boulder Baby Girls Turned the Big “One” By Angela Kirby

Samantha, Violet and Magnolia all turned one year in June and had a great time celebrating their birthdays together. It is a tremendous blessing to share the experience of motherhood with Haylee and Jill and to watch these… Read More

Love UT Give UT 2015

DONATE to BCA through LOVE UT GIVE UT On Thursday, March 26, 2015, Love Utah Give Utah will raise money for nonprofits and schools through a single online donation platform, providing a simple way to connect donors to… Read More

Spring Sage Page Released

The newest issue of The Sage Page was mailed out on Thursday, May 29.  Articles include: “BCA Facilitates Riparian Restoration on Private Land: Escalante Headwaters Case Study” The ever-popular “Small Town News” compiled by Peg Smith “Loch Wade, Water Wheel… Read More

BCA Produces “Quiet Use” Brochure

This Spring, Boulder Community Alliance, in association with Boulder Business Alliance, recreated and distributed the “Quiet Use” Brochure.  The purpose of this handout is twofold: 1) To promote Boulder and the surrounding area as a location for quiet,… Read More

Community Communications Group

BUILDING COMMUNITY THROUGH COMMUNICATIONS By Peg Smith, BCA Executive Director (This article originally appeared in our newsletter, The Sage Page Volume 8, Issue 1.) Humans have opposable thumbs and communicate though language.  It’s what makes us human, right? So why… Read More


With warmer temperatures and already more traveling public, BCA is kicking off its coordinated Adopt-A-Highway campaign. Several local entities, among them the LDS ward, Boulder Town, Anasazi Museum, and the Boy Scouts, have already claimed their 2-mile segments… Read More