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Yes, parking and tie downs are available in the FBO area.
Yes, self serve avgas is available 24/7. After hours Jet A fueling can be pre-arranged by contacting the FBO at 970-731-2127.
Yes. Call the FBO at 970-731-2127 for names of independent flight instructors.
All property, real and personal, located in the State of Colorado on the assessment date, January 1, is taxable unless expressly exempted by the Constitution or state statutes. Article X, Section 3, Colorado Constitution, and 39-1-102 (16), C.R.S. In Colorado, property is valued using the three approaches to value: the market approach, the cost approach, and the income approach. However, there are exceptions. Residential real property is valued by the market approach only and agricultural and natural resource land use a production based valuation procedure. The data used to apply the various approaches to value are gathered during specific data collection periods as described in statute. Only information from those time frames can be used to determine the level of value. Property taxes are not calculated on the ''full actual value'' as determined by the assessor. Instead, an assessment percentage is applied according to the classification of the property. 39-1-104(1) and (1.5), C.R.S. The current assessment rate for property that is classified residential is 6.95% of the market value (the actual value for residential properties). The assessment rate for multi-family (apartments) is 6.80% , vacant land is 29%, agricultural is 26.40%, lodging (hotels, motels, B&B's) is 26.40%, commercial and personal property, is 29% of actual value.
One-story detached storage buildings up to 200 square feet can be built without a permit. Adding to any existing building needs a permit.
We ask voters to wait at least one week from the time ballots are mailed before contacting us for a replacement ballot.
Before calling to request a replacement mail ballot, we recommend that you check your voter registration record to make sure your ballot has been mailed and that it was mailed to the correct address. If you update your address, this will automatically trigger a new ballot to be mailed to you (and the old one will be voided). To receive a ballot by mail, make sure you register/update your address at least 8 days prior to election day. After this date, you’ll need to visit our office to request a mail ballot, or you may vote in person.
Ballot Track only sends notifications about the status of your mail ballot (e.g., when it’s mailed to you, received by our office after you return it, and when it’s accepted after your signature is verified). If you vote in-person rather than returning your mail ballot, you will not receive any text/email/voice mail notifications that your ballot has been received/accepted. However, if you login to your Ballot Track account, you should see a message saying you voted in-person.
You can also confirm that you have received credit for voting by checking your status in your voter record at govotecolorado.gov.
The BallotTrax system tracks the status of your mail ballot and sends a series of alerts notifying you where your ballot is in the election process, from sent to counted!
*If you are a confidential voter you cannot use the BallotTrax system. This system does not change or update your voter registration. To update your voter registration, please visit https://www.govotecolorado.gov
Public comment is heard at the beginning of each Regular Board of County Commissioner's meeting. Please fill out this FORM and bring it to the meeting. if you do not have a printer, we will have some printed and ready before the meeting.
If you require the board's approval or decision, contact the County Manager to be added to the agenda. County Manager and Administration Contacts.
You can receive information concerning licensing requirements by contacting the Mary Helminski Executive Assistant or viewing the Colorado Department of Revenue Liquor and Tobacco Enforcement Division website.
Please fill out this FORM with a detailed description of your request and turn it in to the appropriate department.
In an emergency, dial 911. An emergency is any situation that requires immediate assistance from law enforcement, the fire department or an ambulance.
This is dependent on a lot of factors. To be sure we are sending help to the right location, 911 call takers will ask for your address and phone number, every time. They will also ask additional questions to assist responding units. These questions do not slow down response times and may include:
The call-taker’s questions are important to get the right kind of help to you as quickly as possible. Be prepared to follow any instructions the call-taker gives you.
Thanks to La Plata Electric Association’s automated metering infrastructure, they usually know you have an outage as soon as you do. As such, there is no special action you need to take to report your outage. You DO still need to report your outage if you have opted out of this infrastructure. Call LPEA anytime, day or night, at 970-247-5786, and select option “5” on the upfront menu to report.
All animals picked up by the Archuleta County Deputies are taken to the Humane Society located at 465 Cloman Boulevard. To check if your animal is there, call 970-731-4771. To report a lost dog or animal, please call our Dispatch Center at 970-731-2160
Contact Becky Jacobson the 4-H Coordinator at 970-264-5931
In the meantime, take a look at this site! Archuleta County 4-H Program
According to our research, deer transform into elk around the elevation of 8008.5 feet. It's at this point, the doe-zone layer has been depleted enough to initiate the conversion process. Once the conversion process begins, it can take a few month for a deer to fully change into an elk. - from kekbfm.com click here for more info! Deer to Elk
If you have any questions about a certain bug on your property, please capture it safely in a clear container and bring it in for identification.
Foreclosing lender to the extent of any deficiency bid; Junior lienors whose lien was of record when the Notice of Election and Demand was recorded, who filed a Notice of Intent to Redeem, and whose lien has not yet been redeemed;
Property owner as of the recording of the Notice ofElection and Demand
Federal Deposit Insurance Companywww.fdic.gov877-275-3342
Office of the Attorney General1525 Sherman Street, 5th FloorDenver, CO 80203www.coloradoattorneygeneral.gov800-222-4444
Colorado Supreme court (for attorney)www.coloradosupremecourt.com303-866-6400 or toll free 877-888-1370
Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (for agent or broker)www.dora.state.co.us/real-estate/Complaints/Complaints.htm303-894-2185 or 303-894-2166
Noxious weeds are non-native, invasive, plant species whose control is legally mandated. Per the Colorado Noxious Weed Act 35-5.5 all landowners both public and private must control these species on their land. The cultivation and sale of these plants is also illegal. Noxious weeds degrade native ecosystems, reduce forage for wildlife and pollinators, impact agriculture yields, property values, and in some cases human health.
Integrated management is the best option for controlling noxious weeds. Depending on the biology of the plant, certain control methods will be more effective. The Archuleta County Weed and Pest Supervisor can help you create a management plan that uses: mechanical control, biological control, and/or chemical control.
There are five noxious thistle species in Colorado and four occur in Archuleta County. Chemical control in the spring and fall works great on both species and there are biological control agents available for Canada thistle and musk thistle. Hand-pulling or cutting down the plants works well for biennial species such as Scotch, musk, and bull thistle-which all have simple root systems. Canada thistle has a creeping root system and any disturbance below the surface will encourage new growth from the root system. Repeated mowing can deplete the root reserves of this plant after several growing seasons. Solarization can also kill Canada thistle. Solarization should be done with clear or black plastic that will cover the plant for the entire growing season. Clear plastic works faster than black plastic.
The Weed and Pest Department sells herbicides and biological controls during the growing season. We also carry gas cartridges for prairie dog control and grain bait for grasshopper control. We can help release biological controls, conduct property inspections, and create management plans for landowners. We maintain a private spray list each season and can treat around 100 private properties. Once we have reached our capacity, we will direct you to a private commercial applicator in the area.
Property inspections and management plans are free. The sale of herbicides, biological controls, and treatment of private property have costs associated.
If your visit is temporary, and you have abided by the rules and regulations of your county and state, you are not required to register with Archuleta County. If you have any questions regarding this, you may speak with a detective.
First half payments are due February 28th and second half payments are due June 15th. If paying in full, the deadline is April 30th.
Once taxes become late, a 1% fee is added per month. If paying after August 31, additional fees are accrued. Please call our office for the most up-to-date total.
Your property now has a lien on it, meaning an investor purchased a lien by paying your delinquent property taxes at our annual sale. The investor will now earn interest off of this lien through a tax rate set by statute. The lien on your property can be redeemed at any time with the required forms completed and a certified fund payment. Additional fees will apply. Call us at (970) 264-8325 or email Treasurer@archuletacounty.org to learn more about the redemption process and for updated amounts.
No, you will not. Property owners will have an additional 3 years before the tax lien buyer can apply for the deed to said property.
Yes, we honor the postal service postmark showing the current year payment was mailed on the payment due date. Postmarks are not accepted for payments intended to pay off a tax lien. Call the Treasurer's office for more information at (970)-264-8325 or send an email to Treasurer@archuletacounty.org.