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Railroad Hospital Gets a Facelift

The Denver & Rio Grande Western Hospital is the last surviving structure in Salida that was constructed by the railroad. The structure at 448 E. First Street now makes up the eastern end of the Touber Building and houses City Hall. As part of the recent remodel from hospital to City and County offices the […]

City offers reminders about local licenses required

At this time the City of Salida does not have a general business license, but we do have Liquor Licenses, Special Events Liquor Permits, Peddlers, Solicitors, and Transient Merchants licenses, Arborist licenses, and Animal licenses. This article provides guidance for compliance with local licensing requirements.

Summer Activities in Salida, Hot Water Line and Responsible Recycling

There’s nothing to do. Do you hear this complaint from your kids? If you do you haven’t seen our summer recreation guide. Swimming, Llama Trekking, Basketball and Volleyball Camps, Mountain Biking, Tennis, Moonlight Movies, Open Gym, Art Classes, Climbing Camp, and Track Meets are some of the fun-filled activities being presented by the Salida Recreation staff.

City Sells Surplus Equipment

Notice is hereby given that the City of Salida will accept sealed bids to sell surplus city property. The equipment will be available for viewing at the Water Treatment Plant at 8475 CR 120 from 11-1 June 21st and 22nd.

County-Wide Sales Tax Informational Meeting Scheduled

An informational meeting regarding the proposed county-wide sales tax is scheduled for Tuesday, June 22nd, from 6:00 until 8:00 P.M. at the SteamPlant Ballroom.

Police Department Prepares for FIBArk

Greetings from the Salida Police Department. Summer is here and the temperatures outside definitely are on the rise.

New Website

Welcome to the new website for the municipal government of Salida, Colorado. This article provides some tips for navigating the site and finding the information you need.

Mayor Rose’s Commentary on Recent Budget Cuts

The financial blow up has resulted in two years of budget cuts. At this time the cuts total about $700,000. Financial forecasters lead many of us in the city to conclude revenue will continue to decline and there might be a need to cut the 2010 budget further.

Notice of the Availability of an Environmental Assessment

As required by the National Environmental Policy Act and agency regulations, the Rural Utilities Service has prepared an Environmental Assessment that evaluated the potential environmental effects and consequences of the proposed waste water treatment facility upgrade. This notice announces the availability of the Environmental Assessment for public review and comment.

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