Sign Requirements

With the November election less than 90 days away, campaign signs are permitted in the City, but there are some regulations concerning the sizes and placement of those signs.  The First Amendment ensures citizens their rights to have political signs.  The code allows for extra signs during the election season but regulates the time, place, ... more »

2013 Street Improvements Project in Progress

City Council awarded the bid contract for 2013 Street Improvements on August 6 to Diesslin Structures, Inc. and work has begun. Work areas are: 13th Street from C to J J Street from Sackett to 3rd K Street from Sackett to 3rd M Street from Sackett to Crestone Mesa Court Drive D and E Street intersections with 1st Street (Hwy 291) The 13th ... more »

Southwest Conservation Corps finish up work on Salida trails

Youth Corps 8/2/2013 With support from lottery funds through Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO), in partnership with the Colorado Youth Corps Association (CYCA), the City of Salida launched its first coordinated attempt to tackle the weeds that have become a problem along Salida's urban trail system. The Southwest ... more »

SNRCDC Board Agenda Aug. 6 Available

The Salida Natural Resource Center Development Corporation Board will meet at 11 a.m. August 6 in the City Council Chambers. Here is the agendamore »

City Council Materials Available for August 6

The Salida City Council will meet at 6 p.m. August 6th for their work session and will hold the regular meeting at 7 p.m., all held in Salida City Council Chambers. Work Session Agenda City Council Agenda City Council Packet more »

Thinking of Running for an Elected Office this November?

This year’s regular municipal election is on Tuesday, November 5th. The election will be coordinated with Chaffee County. Being an elected official is an important job and a significant way to participate in and support this unique and thriving community. Get informed and involved! There will be three open seats on City Council (Ward 1, 2, 3), ... more »

How can I learn more about City finances?

A lot of financial information is available on this website and is discussed in city council work sessions and regular meetings. In particular, budget work sessions are held in late summer and fall and the annual audit is published late spring or early summer. For more information to understand the city budgets, annual audits and other ... more »

Buena Vista and Salida Join the HEAL Cities & Towns Campaign

By: Lisa Malde, Director of LiveWell Chaffee County Trustees and City Council approve resolution to partner with LiveWell Colorado to build a healthier community LiveWell Chaffee County announced today that the Salida City Council and the Buena Vista Trustees passed resolutions over the past few weeks to join the HEAL Cities & ... more »

Colorado, Salida municipal government facts & stats

By: Emily Katsimpalis, Administrative Intern and Audrey Gilpin, Deputy City Clerk With the regular municipal election approaching and the first day to pick up nomination petitions August 6th, a brief overview of the organizational structure and statistics of municipal government in Salida and Colorado might be useful. The City of Salida has a mayor-council form of government, ... more »

Hickenlooper to Speak at Salida SteamPlant

Governor John Hickenlooper will be the speaker at the Denver Forum luncheon titled “A Report to The People: Colorado Up to Now” at noon August 14th at the Salida SteamPlant Event Center, 220 W. Sackett Ave. John Hickenlooper, a self-described “recovering geologist now on loan to public service,” was elected Governor in 2010. The luncheon is ... more »

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