City Hall Closed to the Public Beginning Thursday, March 19

Staff and online services available to assist residents remotely

City of Salida, CO – In the interest of public health and safety, and to slow the potential spread of COVID-19 in our community, the City of Salida has made the decision to close City Hall to the public until further notice.

Beginning Thursday, March 19, residents will not be permitted to enter the building. During this closure, it’s important to note that many City services may be completed online, over the phone or by mail. Additionally, City staff will continue to work to provide support to the community and will be accessible to answer questions or complete transactions via phone and email.

Find City Resources Online
The City has set up a comprehensive webpage on the City’s website dedicated to providing a list of online resources for residents as well as timely updates on the Coronavirus in our community.

Since this is a rapidly changing situation, we recommend you visit the page, located at, to stay up to date. Here, you will find a list of online City services and can access contact information for City staff if you need additional support. Check back often as new information is added regularly and follow the City of Salida on Facebook and Chaffee County’s COVID-19 Facebook to stay informed.

“We appreciate your flexibility and understanding as we’re faced with these unprecedented circumstances,” stated Mayor P.T. Wood. “I want to assure the community that we have dedicated Council Members and City staff who will continue to work to provide essential City services, even if the way in which we conduct business has changed. We have one goal in mind – to mitigate the possible spread of the Coronavirus and avoid any longer-term risk to our community.”