13 Moon Calendar
Dark Sky Tourism
What You Can Do
EPA Letter 2008
April 2022 Newsletter
Forest Service Letters of Support
Best Management Practices
Colorado Dark Sky Month Proclamation
Dark Sky Week 2022
Here's what to do:
1) Go outside after nightfall and take a look around at the outdoor lights in your neighborhood, especially the ones you can see from your place of residence.
2) Find a good spot to take a photo (or two) for the "before" photo. A simple mobile phone photo will do.
3) When the new streetlights are installed in a month or two (we will let you know), go to the same exact spot and take the "after" photo.
4) Once you have the before and after photos, put them side by side in a photo or document editor (ask us if you need technical help with this).
5) Send the final document (with both photos) to us at email@example.com with a description of where the photo was taken. Also let us know your feedback on the new streetlights, such as your opinion about color temperature and effectiveness of shielding.
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