Congressman Joe Neguse will hold his third service town hall — and 16th town hall since taking office in January — on Saturday at the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless, 4869 N. Broadway.
The event will run from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Prior to the traditional town hall meeting, where residents can ask the congressmen questions and hear about the work he’s doing in Washington, D.C., the first hour will be spent volunteering alongside Neguse at the Boulder Shelter.
The previous two service town halls, which were each attended by 50 people, were hosted at Bridge House Boulder and at Rocky Mountain National Park.
“It has been incredibly educational and inspiring for me to learn more about organizations in our community and to see community members come out in large numbers to help their neighbors and serve the 2nd district,” Neguse said in a statement announcing the event. “For our third service town hall event we are partnering with the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless to learn about homelessness in Boulder and steps we can take to ensure everyone in Colorado can access stable housing.”