Planning Commission

Open House to Discuss NRC Development

REGen LLC would like to invite any interested members of the public to learn more about the first phase of development at the Salida Natural Resource Center, including plans for the U.S. Forest Service building. A public open house has been scheduled from 4:00 – 6:00 pm on Thursday, March 22nd at the Salida SteamPlant. […]

In Progress: Land Use Code Update

The City Council has been diligently working to update the Salida Municipal Code over the past year.  The final chapter remaining is Chapter 16, “Land Use and Development”.  The Council will be reviewing a number of policy questions during their morning work session beginning at 8:30 on Tuesday, February 21st at the City Council Chambers […]

Want to Make a Difference?

Become a Board Member! The city currently has vacancies for the Airport Board, Recreation Advisory Board, Board of Appeals and Planning Commission. We are seeking a number of Salida residents to volunteer their time, energy, and enthusiasm to serve on these boards. Applications are available at City Hall or on the City’s website at www.cityofsalida.com. […]

Seeking Board and Commission Members

The City of Salida is seeking volunteers for the Planning Commission, Recreation Advisory Board and Board of Appeals. All active members of City boards and commissions are entitled to an individual pass to the Salida Hot Springs Aquatic Center. The Planning Commission hears applications related to land use in the City and advises the City […]

What Are Your Priorities?

We want to hear from you. Please take a few minutes to fill out the online survey and tell the City of Salida what you think should be the priorities in the coming years. Paper copies can be filled out at the Salida Regional Library, Salida Café, Simmering Cup, Café Dawn, … more »

City Seeks Community Input

The City of Salida wants citizen help in identifying priorities for the community. “As the Planning Commission finalizes the draft of the Comprehensive Plan, we want to include an implementation plan that reflects the priorities of the community and fits within a realistic budget. We want to hear from the community what they … more »

Community Development Department Spring Update

With the economic downturn, we have seen a decrease in building permit and current planning applications. This reprieve has allowed the staff of the Community Development Department a much needed opportunity to catch up on some long-range projects for the City.