More Phone Scams in Salida

From Chief Clark, City of  Salida Police Department. On January 12, 2011 our department received a phone call from a local citizen who reported a suspicious phone call, which she believed to be a scam. The Salida resident told us that a caller identified himself with the “National Medical Service” and proceeded to tell her about how ... more »

Information about Water and Sewer Bills

Water and sewer bills for the fourth quarter (October to December 2010) were mailed at the first of the year. The Salida Utilities section of our website contains information for water and sewer customers. If you have questions about your bill, the illustrations posted under Frequent Questions may help explain the different components of your bill. ... more »

Mayor’s New Year’s Article

Happy New Year to everyone of Salida’s citizens and friends.  2010 was surely a wild ride with many months of reduced revenue and a sudden turn around to where we will actually added to the City’s unrestricted reserves.  However, a larger question looms.  How will  federal, state and county deficits effect our small municipality?  The ... more »

Salida Celebrates Success in 2010

The citizens of Salida have much to celebrate this holiday season. Despite the sluggish economy the City has continued to provide a high level of basic services and to complete a number of exciting projects and improvements around the City in 2010. City staff would like to take a few moments to list ... more »

Budget Shortfalls Avoided

Those who have followed the public meetings and articles about the city budget may have picked up conflicting messages. Earlier this year, we expected a shortfall for 2010. Budget work sessions for 2011 led off with similar concerns. Recently, we discussed how much reserves will increase and future resources will be freed up after final ... more »

Unique Theatre Headline Misleading

RE: Clarification of the City of Salida’s position and response to the ownership of the Unique Theater regarding the abatement of the unsafe condition. The headline in the Mountain Mail on Wednesday December 8th was inaccurate and misleading regarding the City’s position on the abatement of the unsafe condition of the Unique Theater.  The City has ... more »

Get Active in 2011

Did you know the average person gains 7 to 10 pounds during the holiday season? There are tricks to avoiding this unwanted gain; don’t go to social engagements on an empty stomach, drink plenty of water, don’t forget those fruits and vegetables, and make time to keep up your physical activity. Resist that after meal ... more »

How is my water / sewer bill calculated?

The amount of your bill from the City of Salida (The Salida Utilities) for water and sewer service is made up of multiple components. Flat quarterly fees are charged for service from the time a tap is first purchased. Your bill also includes an amount for usage based on water meter readings.

  • Water usage charges for both residential ... more »

How much are Salida’s tap fees?

As of January 1, 2013, a single family residential tap fee for water and sewer within the city limits is $13,070 or $14,914 if the property is located in the "high zone." Most lots west of Holman Avenue are in the high zone, but check with city staff to be sure. The cost of a commercial ... more »

Unique Theater Stabilization Moves Forward

The City of Salida has entered into a construction agreement with Diesslin Structures, Inc. (“DSI”) for stabilization of the Unique Theater. Work is expected to begin as early as December 7, 2010 and will last approximately 4 weeks. Stabilization work will include only the minimum work necessary to abate the dangerous conditions identified by the ... more »

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