On Tuesday, August 5, 2014, the people of the community of Monte Vista participated in the National Night Out campaign as part of our organized Neighborhood Watch Program. Block captains from all over the community met with their neighbors to discuss matters of concern in their neighborhood and to get acquainted with how neighbors can help each other foster a safe neighborhood. At least six groups gathered in all areas of the city. More than 100 people participated in these group meetings. Many served refreshments and took the opportunity to visit with their neighbors in a friendly and cordial setting. Anyone needing more information on the Neighborhood Watch Program or wanting to organize a Neighborhood Watch program on their block is encouraged to contact Monte Vista Community Policing Officer Will Pena at 719-852-5111 or WPena@ci.monte-vista.co.us.
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.
City Council may designate by ordinance historic landmarks in the City of Monte Vista. Applications for a Local Historic Landmark Designation shall be submitted to the Community Development Department.
Click on the links above for more detailed information regarding the Historic Property Alteration Permit and the Local Historic Landmark Designation guidelines.