For Recreation please go to the recreation page to sign up for the sport you are interested in HERE.
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2015 City Office Closures
For a calendar of dates the City of Monte Vista offices will be closed is coming soon!
CHAPMAN PARK TRAIL INFORMATION
The walking trail around Chapman Park is .506 miles.
Vali 3 Theater hours of Operation:
Friday thru Sunday Evenings
One showing at 7:00pm Adult $6.00 Children $4.00 Senior Citizen $5.00 For more information please call 628-2015
Weekends of March 27 thru the 29 and April 3 thru the 5
Run for Recreation
2015 5K Fun Run & Walk April 18, 2015 at 9:30am Adult 18+ $20 Youth 17 & Under $15 Senior 55+ $15 It will begin and end at Chapman Park. Check in by 9:00am. Registration includes event fees and event t-shirt. For More information contact the Recreation Supervisor at 852-2692.
The 36th annual Monte Vista 9Health Fair is coming soon!
April 10th & 11th 7-11 a.m. each day
We are excited to announce our NEW LOCATION:
Monte Vista High School 295 E Prospect Ave
Another big change:
Fasting is not required for some screenings. Check with your medical provider for recommendations as some tests are affected by not fasting.
As always, drink plenty of water.
In addition to free on-site screenings like blood pressure, height, weight, BMI, and ask a medical question get a referral, the following tests are available to participants 18 years and older.
One by one businesses began to leave local towns, while stories of criminal activity began to emerge. What would become of our beautiful Valley and the small towns the dot the Rio Grande?
Would this be our future? No jobs, no commerce and no place to raise family?
From these bleak times, the URGEDC has emerged as a bright spark. Initially, formed over 10 years ago as a pro-business voice for the Village at Wolf Creek project, their influence has been much
greater. It’s 7 a.m. in the remodeled dining room of the Windsor Hotel in Del Norte,
Colorado . While most people haven’t had their first cup of coffee, the URGEDC are energetically making plans for Valley change. The energy of the group is surprising and dynamic. This isn’t just another business meeting. “We’re infectious, and we know we have the right people to make changes” said Tom Slade, HOA President of South Fork Ranches. “We love his area and want to see it succeed”. The URGEDC Board members believe that if it’s not them, then who?
Under this mission, the group created a Public Private Partnership (PPP). To date 24 Valley businesses have contributed to funding a team to oversee Economic Development. Marty and Bonnie Asplin enthusiastically have taken on this role. Mike Hurst, President of Del Norte Federal Bank and President of URGEDC explains that the goal of this PPP is to “create a one-stop shop for businesses or people moving to the area”.
“What is the red tape, what are the obstacles, and how can we help?”
One cannot help but be inspired by the picture they paint. Full retail shops, year round tourism and e-commerce. “A place where families stay, live and thrive,” says Cheryl Jones-Seneff, Secretary for URGEDC and Key Accounts Executive with SLVREC. We are watching a Renaissance occur in the small town of Del Norte that will hopefully expand to other surrounding communities. The Windsor, Three Barrel, and various main street shops have begun drawing people to the town.
SLVREC selected URGEDC as this months Whatever It Takes organization because they are bucking the status quo in the face of adversity. They are passionate and relentless in their mission in creating new outlets for businesses and families.
MONTE VISTA HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION
The Monte Vista Historic Preservation Commission is established with the general purpose to aid in the preservation of historic properties and districts within the city of Monte Vista. A Historic Property Alteration Permit must be obtained prior to any external alteration, construction, removal or demolition impacting a historically designated property. Applications for a historic property alteration permit shall be submitted to the Community Development Department.
Projects exempt from the permit and review processes include interior renovation. As a general rule, any project that would constitute a noticeable change to the exterior of the building should be submitted via the permit process.
In accordance with the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the City of Monte Vista prohibits discrimination in all of its programs and activities, based on race, age, sex, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, physical or mental disability, family medical history or genetic information, military or veteran status, parental status, marital status, political affiliation, or any other status protected by state or local law.