May 26 Hearing Postponed for E. Crestone Ave. Right-of-Way and Related Rezoning

The public hearing regarding the right-of-way vacation and rezoning of City property at the intersection of E. Crestone Avenue and W. 3rd Street (for the purpose of creating no more than six affordable housing units) that was planned for the May 26 Planning Commission meeting has been postponed. This change has been made in order […]

We’re Always Working for You

Despite the crisis, maintenance projects and new initiatives keep our city moving forward Even though City offices except for City Hall are closed to the public, that hasn’t stopped our dedicated staff from staying busy behind the scenes. Over the last month and a half, we’ve modified how we do business, but we haven’t slowed […]

What does “Safer at Home” look like for Salida?

What does “Safer at Home” look like for Salida? Phase 1 Businesses Began Slow Reopening May 1   On April 27 Governor Jared Polis issued a new Public Health Order known as “Safer at Home”, which lifts some restrictions originally put in place by the state’s “Stay at Home” rules. This new, slow reopening of […]

Help Shape the Future of Recreation in Salida

Apply for the Recreation Advisory Board by May 22 City Council appoints members to the Recreation Advisory Board who serve in an advisory capacity to the City and make recommendations related to parks, trails, recreation and open space. In the coming months, Board members will provide valuable input for the design and features of the […]

Don’t Get Left Out

Got a few minutes? Filling out the census will improve your community. A good count for Chaffee County can lead to federal funding for healthcare, public safety and emergency preparedness  (including wildfire prevention and management), business development grants, training for public school teachers, highway maintenance and construction, home financing for low-income older adults, homelessness, waste disposal and […]