Press Releases

Salida Middle School students have pizza party

To honor its commitment to Salida youth, First Presbyterian Church will partner with Salida Middle School to host a special SLICE (Supporting Learning in the Classroom Environment) pizza bash on Thursday, February 19th.


Chaffee County Visitor’s Bureau Budget

The CCVB divides its budget into administrative and marketing categories; the following is a line by line explanation of the marketing portion of the budget.


Fishermen cautious toward Nestlé proposal

While the project as it stands would appear to have little or no impact on both Arkansas River flows and the quality of the fishery, consensus seems to be that there are still too many unknowns for a definitive judgment to be passed.


Do no harm, stick to the facts and take a long-term view

The state legislature must focus on the real effects cuts will have on families and businesses, on long-term economic competitiveness and on our future prosperity and opportunity, The Bell Policy Center argues.


Hot water on tap for pool

Positive change is afoot (or afin) at the Aquatic Center, as projects involving the installation of the hot water pipe and the reopening of the locker rooms move forward.


Land Trust attains milestones

The Land Trust of the Upper Arkansas reached two milestones recently in the hiring of its first executive director and the completion of a 3600 acre conservation easement in Lake County.


Upcoming Council Sessions




All Regular City Council Meetings are held the first and third Tuesdays of the month, 6:00 p.m.,

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Did you know?

Did You Know? originally started out as a PowerPoint presentation for a faculty meeting in August 2006 at Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colorado.


Let’s move forward

Hugh Young writes to clarify some issues around the Occupational Lodging Tax (OLT).