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Regular scheduled board meetings begin at 4:00 pm on the second and fourth Monday of each month. Please check our calendar for the most current information.
To provide a public comment during a Board of Directors meeting, arrive at the Board meeting by 4:50 p.m. to sign-in to make a public comment during Citizen Comments during the meeting or submit your comment to email@example.com to be read.
Contact the Purchasing Division at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are HOA’s in Pueblo West but PWMD is not an HOA
Contact the District Clerk at email@example.com or by phone at 719-251-8723
Contact the Pueblo West Chamber for information about the area https://pwchamber.com/
Links to live video of meetings as well as Board Meeting agendas and meeting minutes of past meetings are available on the Metro District Board Meeting Agenda and Minutes page.
The Pueblo West Metropolitan District Board of Directors meet the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at the Pueblo West Metropolitan District Public Works Office, 356 S. McCulloch Blvd., Board Room 103. (map) . The open session portion of the meeting begins at 5 p.m. and is open to the public. Regular meetings are preceded by executive sessions, typically beginning at 4 p.m., and are closed to the public. Learn more about open meetings laws in Colorado.
In the event of anticipated high citizen turnout, meetings will be held at Son Rise Church, 421 E. Spaulding Ave. (map) to adhere with local fire codes.
Citizens are always invited to make public comment during the "Citizen Comments" portion of the regular board meeting.
To provide comment in person arrive at the Board meeting by 4:50 p.m. to sign in and make a public comment during the "Citizen Comments" portion of the meeting. (Note: citizen comments are limited to three minutes.)
To provide comment via email send your comment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your comment will be read aloud to the Board by a Metro District staff member. (Note: written comments must be 300 words or less.)
Board Meeting agendas, as well as links to live video of meetings as well as meeting minutes of past meetings, are available on the Metro District Board Meeting Agenda and Minutes page.
Yes! Please contact the District Clerk at email@example.com or 719-251-8723 with any questions or to be sent the latest meeting agenda.
Contact the Metro District Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 719-251-8723.
Individuals requiring special accommodations to attend meetings should notify the District Clerk's office at 719-251-8723 by Noon on the Friday preceding the meeting.
You may be provided with a plat of your property, but unless the land has been recently surveyed and pins placed by a licensed surveyor, you cannot assume that the plat or existing property pins are accurate. Many of the original property pins are still in existence on properties. They are made of rebar and can often be located with the use of a metal detector. If your pins cannot be located, then a survey may be necessary. Fences that separate properties are often misaligned with the property lines, so it is important to know where your property pins are located in order to avoid problems later.
The track, block and lot number is a legal description of your property.
Assessor’s Website - https://county.pueblo.org/assessor/assessor-home
It’s not a "permit" but rather an application for approval. If a permit is needed after you are approved, you will take your signed application from Pueblo West Metropolitan District to Pueblo Reginal Building for your permit. Pueblo West Metro COA is covenant enforcement and Pueblo Regional building is code enforcement.
You can request a copy of a recorded plat with property measurements so that you may draw one yourself, have someone draw one for you or you may try getting one from Pueblo County Planning and Zoning.
Email COA Admin at email@example.com to request one or you may contact Pueblo County Terrence Birch (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Following the Committee of Architecture meetings held on the second and fourth Thursday of each month, a COA team member will email you an approved application Friday afternoon if you provided your email address. https://pueblowestmetro.com/129/Agendas-Minutes
You’ll head to our website and complete an accessory application: http://pueblowestmetro.com/181/Applications
Found on this page- https://pueblowestmetro.com/181/Applications
Dropbox is located outside 356 S. McCulloch Ste. 101
An access permit is required when a driveway is constructed to connect private property to a public roadway. The work shall be performed by a licensed and insured contractor. More information can be found at: https://www.pueblowestmetro.com/200/Commercial-Residential-Roadway-Access-Pe
An Access Permit can be obtained at the following link: Access Permit
An Access Permit will be required if all of the determining criteria has been established. This criteria includes if the structure is a carport, is larger than 200 square feet, has an opening of 8-feet or more, has a width of 10-feet or more, and a length of 16-feet or more.
A ROW Use Permit is required when working in public right-of-way. The work shall be performed by a licensed and insured contractor. More information can be found at: https://www.pueblowestmetro.com/201/Right-of-Way-Use-Permits
A Right-of-Way Permit can be obtained at the following link: Right-of-Way Permit
The Contractor is required to be licensed and insured to obtain an Access Permit or Right-of-way Use Permit.
If you need to schedule an inspection for permitted work please call our Engineering Administrative Assistant at 719-547-9801 or contact us at the following email@example.com.
The development process can be found at the following link: https://www.pueblowestmetro.com/513/Application-Process
You may report a drainage problem by utilizing the "My Pueblo West" smart phone application or online tool, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 719/547-9801.
On our finance page: http://pueblowestmetro.com/158/Finance
Email email@example.com or call (719) 547-5010
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (719) 547-5010
All sales of tangible personal property are subject to sales tax, including all goods, wares, merchandise, products and commodities, and all tangible or corporeal things and substances that are dealth in and capable of being possessed and exchanged (per Colorado Department of Revenue).
Burn permits are free of charge and can be obtained at your closest fire station.
Visit the Pueblo West Metropolitan district website or the Pueblo County sheriff Office website and look in the "Alert Center" for current fire restrictions.
Unfortunately no. Firefighters do not have the certification required to install car seats. Please contact the Colorado State Patrol.
Please contact your local fire safety equipment company.
If you only have a question and do not need someone to respond to you in person, please call our administrative number. If you need immediate assistance always call 911. Firefighters do a variety of things every shift and are not always in the fire station to take your call. There are many times no one can answer your phone call.
Retail marijuana is subject to a 3% excise tax on the average market price of retail marijuana. The excise tax is imposed on the first sale or transfer from a retail marijuana cultivation facility to a retail marijuana store, retail marijuana product manufacturing facility or to another retail marijuana cultivation facility. The tax shall be calculated on the basis of the category of the retail marijuana product (I.e., Flower, Trim, or Immature Plant) being sold or transferred. This tax was 1% in 2016 and increased to 2% in 2017 and then increased to 3% in 2018 and years following.
Excise Tax Returns and payments are due the 20th of the month for transfers that occurred in the previous month. If the 20th falls on a weekend or Holiday when the Excise Tax office is closed, the due date is the next business day. Please refer to the Remittance Schedule
NO, the Excise Tax Return Form must be received in the Excise Tax office by the time-date requirements set forth. A postmark on a mailed return does not meet the due date requirement.
The Excise Tax office is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, except on Holidays when offices are closed, refer to the Remittance Schedule for days the Excise Tax office is closed, Excise Tax Remittance Schedule
Tax returns and payments by check, money order or certified check may be mailed to:
Pueblo West Metropolitan District
Attn: Excise Tax
P.O. Box 7005
Pueblo West, CO 81007
There will be an additional 10% penalty due on the amount not remitted on time. In addition, a Deficiency Letter will be mailed to you. You will have 10 days to respond to the Deficiency Letter. If you do not respond within 10 days, a Default Notice will be mailed and you will also be subject to a Mandatory Audit at your expense.
Cash, money order, personal check, or certified check.
Remember, if there is a problem with your Return Form, someone from the Excise Tax office will need to contact you so the most current contact information is always needed.
Payments can be made in person at the Pueblo West Metropolitan District Administrative Offices located at: 781 East Industrial Boulevard Pueblo West, CO 81007, or by mail to P.O. Box 7005, Pueblo West, CO 81007.
Once you have added all your family members in your account, just click on a Catalog Tab for a program or sport you would like to register for. The computer will already know any eligible member that will be able to join in a program. You can now register more than 1 or 2 people at a time.
Online registration is 24/7, no need to travel to the office. Registration and payment is done all at the same time and you will receive receipts for anything that you do.
The Parks office is open 7:00am to 4:00pm, Monday through Friday. If something comes up after this time, still call the office at 719.547.7400 and listen to any messages on our information system regarding closures.
If we can cancel early enough, we will call coaches for sports and they in turn will call or email the team players of any schedule changes.
If there is bad weather......snow/ice storm, thunder and lightening, etc. The Parks department will address those concerns on the information line on our telephone messaging system.
When you establish your family account, make sure too that you fill in your phone carrier and we can send a message to you instantly regarding closures or delays.
We do not have a 2-hr delay. Classes will start as normal for our programs and classes.
Please look for the catalog tab "Park Rentals", to reserve any of our park facilities. The catalog tab "Aquatic Reservations", is where the swimming pool can be reserved.
The new CivicRec website will show calendars for all facilities. Available dates will be in green, and dates already booked will be in pink.
The Pueblo West Parks and Recreation office is located at 340 E. Hahn's Peak Ave., in Lovell Park. At present our office is still closed to the public, but we are still here working from 7:00am to 4:00pm, Monday through Friday. Please knock on the door and we will let you in. Our phone number is 719.547.7400.
Refunds are issued only due to a medical emergency or if a class or program is cancelled. Refunds are not issued once a program has started, or because a participant has changed their mind. Please plan appropriately.
The Pueblo Regional pool is a State of Colorado run facility for client rehab and therapy. State laws prohibit public hours. It is not a rentable facility.
Currently the facility is closed to swim programs except for Senior Aerobics which we tried to start up in January. The hours were Monday through Friday from 6:30 to 8:00am, but in March the PRC has ordered a new pump for the pool and we look forward to the aerobics to start up again April 1, 2022.
The department is one of the five services that the Pueblo West Metro District offers to Pueblo West. We are not affiliated with Lake Pueblo State Park or the Pueblo Parks and Recreation, but have included their numbers for you:Lake Pueblo State Park; 719.561.9320 Pueblo Parks & Recreation; 719.553.2790
When completing a registration form on-line, there is a box to check if you want to coach. There are some requirements to become a coach and you can find that on the "Become a Volunteer Coach" tab.
The Pueblo West Metro District received $1.36 million in 'Highway User Tax Fund' funding from Pueblo County in 2021. This funding makes up roughly two-thirds of the Metro District roads budget and, by law, can only be used to maintain the 345 miles of roads that meet County standards. The remaining 1/3 of the roads budget is used in part to maintain about 35 miles of road (mostly dirt roads) that have not been constructed up to County standards. The remaining 20 miles of roads have not yet been constructed, and are to be constructed by future development in those areas to County standards.
RIGHT NOW... The Pueblo West Metropolitan District maintains all roadways in Pueblo West (except Highway 50)
BY NOVEMBER 2026... Pueblo County will resume maintenance of most roads in Pueblo West.
In November 2021, the Pueblo West Metro Board of Directors voted to return road maintenance to Pueblo County. This was after presenting to Pueblo County in early 2021 with the issue of a lack of funding the Original Roads Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) guaranteed to Pueblo West. Pueblo West requested that Pueblo County either 1) renegotiate the IGA to guarantee funding adequate to provide the same level of service as the remainder of unincorporated County; or 2) begin termination of the existing IGA. The County elected to receive the roads back in 60 months (5 years) or less.
Time and increased usage. Pueblo West's population increased 600% since 1990, and road usage has followed suit. Many roads were also built before 1990, many between 1960-1980. Roads begin to degrade after about 20-30 years, and most roads are far older than that. This combination has resulted in the Pueblo West roads department playing a game of perpetual catch-up to maintain roads. This is why the Metro Board voted to return road maintenance to Pueblo County, effective by 2026.
When making a service request, specify the problem, location, address, your email address so we can follow up with you, and attach a photo of the issue if possible. The easiest way to track progress is to submit using the Pueblo West Metropolitan District's MyPuebloWest system on our website at www.pueblowestmetro.com/mypueblowest.
Please report washboard roads and all other road damage or maintenance issues via the Pueblo West Metropolitan District's MyPuebloWest system on our website at www.pueblowestmetro.com/mypueblowest.
If you spot a pothole or other damage to paved or gravel roads submit the pothole using the Pueblo West Metropolitan District's MyPuebloWest system on our website at www.pueblowestmetro.com/mypueblowest. It is important for you to be as specific as possible when providing the location and provide your email address for follow up. Photos are also very helpful.
Maintenance request for gravel roads should be reported using the Pueblo West Metropolitan District's MyPuebloWest system on our website at www.pueblowestmetro.com/mypueblowest. It is important for you to be as specific as possible when providing the location and provide your email address for follow up. Photos are also very helpful.
Your residential gravel road most likely will not be paved. Roads that have less than an average daily traffic volume of 200 would not be paved. If you believe your road is meeting a 200 average daily traffic volume because it's becoming built-out, you can reach out to our Engineering Department at 719-547-9801.
If budgets allow the District has the ability to install a very limited distance of chip seal road treatment over gravel each year. To learn more chip seal practices, please submit an inquiry via the Pueblo West Metropolitan District's MyPuebloWest system on our website at www.pueblowestmetro.com/mypueblowest.
If budgets allow, the District has the ability to install Magnesium Chloride Dust treatment on gravel roads for only a few miles per year. The roadways receiving dust treatment are chosen based on a series of factors but especially those with the highest daily traffic volumes. To request dust control measures or report damage to paved or gravel roads submit the pothole using the Pueblo West Metropolitan District's MyPuebloWest system on our website at www.pueblowestmetro.com/mypueblowest. It is important for you to be as specific as possible when providing the location and provide your email address for follow up. Photos are also very helpful.
The District has not had a pavement overlay program in many years because of District budget restrictions. If funds are budgeted roads will be overlaid by deterioration priority. To report damage to paved or gravel roads submit the pothole using the Pueblo West Metropolitan District's MyPuebloWest system on our website at www.pueblowestmetro.com/mypueblowest. It is important for you to be as specific as possible when providing the location and provide your email address for follow up. Photos are also very helpful.
Snowplows will generally begin plowing snow when it reaches a depth of approximately 1 inch. Priority routes have been identified based on traffic volumes, functional classification, emergency and school routes. Roadway ice problems are typically addressed by the application of a sand and calcium mixture. View our official snow removal procedures for more information.
If you see an emergency problem with a traffic or pedestrian signal, you may report it to Pueblo County Sheriff Office at 719-583-6250. Routine maintenance problems can be reported using the Pueblo West Metropolitan District's MyPuebloWest system on our website at www.pueblowestmetro.com/mypueblowest.
If you see an emergency problem, it can be reported to the Pueblo County Sheriff Office 719-583-6250. Routine maintenance problems should be reported using the Pueblo West Metropolitan District's MyPuebloWest system on our website at www.pueblowestmetro.com/mypueblowest.
If you see an emergency problem with a traffic sign, you may report it to Pueblo County Sheriff Office at 719-583-6250. Routine maintenance problems can be reported using the Pueblo West Metropolitan District's MyPuebloWest system on our website at www.pueblowestmetro.com/mypueblowest.
Manpower and materials add up quickly. With a $2.3 million roads budget in 2021 and almost 400 miles of roads, the Metro District has tried to stretch every dollar.
Some cost examples: Paving one mile of road costs an estimated $1.1 million; Crack sealing every three to five years costs $20,000/mile; Chip sealing (laying of an oily, rocky adhesive to delay road degradation for 5-10 years) costs about $95,000 per mile.
The Pueblo West Streets and Roads Department has limited resources to maintain the 400 miles of graveled and asphalt/chip-sealed roads within Pueblo West. With only 12 staff operators and 3 motor graders, the Streets and Roads Department implements a priority system that addresses the most immediate needs first, such as issues of Public Safety, and then each additional need based on severity and impact.
This is a fee that is charged to customers that request service outside the normal hours of 7:00 am to 3:30 pm Monday thru Friday. The fee is $105.
Yes, you can pay your water bill by phone using a debit or credit card. 1-888-351-4679
Our office is located at 20 W Palmer Lake Ave, Pueblo West, CO. Payments are accepted Monday thru Friday from 8 am to 5 pm excluding holidays. A night drop box is available for your convenience. Please do not place cash in the night drop box.
Yes you may sign up for automatic payment from a check or savings account at no cost. Payments are deducted from your authorized account the 10th of each month.
At this time the only option is for the automatic payment to come out the 10th of the month. In the future we may offer one additional date.
1. Drain water from swimming pool and water sprinkler supply lines following manufacturer's or installer's directions. Do not put antifreeze in these lines unless directed. Antifreeze is environmentally harmful, and is dangerous to humans, pets, wildlife, and landscaping.2. Remove, drain, and store hoses used outdoors. Close inside valves supplying outdoor hose bibs. Open the outside hose bibs to allow water to drain. Keep the outside valve open so that any water remaining in the pipe can expand without causing the pipe to break.3. Check around the home for other areas where water supply lines are located in unheated areas. Look in the basement, crawl space, attic, garage, and under kitchen and bathroom cabinets. Both hot and cold water pipes in these areas should be insulated.4. Consider installing specific products made to insulate water pipes like a "pipe sleeve" or installing UL-listed "heat tape," "heat cable," or similar materials on exposed water pipes. Newspaper can provide some degree of insulation and protection to exposed pipes – even ¼” of newspaper can provide significant protection in areas that usually do not have frequent or prolonged temperatures below freezing.5. Keep garage doors closed if there are water supply lines in the garage.6. Open kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors to allow warmer air to circulate around the plumbing. Be sure to move any harmful cleaners and household chemicals up out of the reach of children.7. When the weather is very cold outside, let the cold water drip from the faucet served by exposed pipes. Running water through the pipe - even at a trickle - helps prevent pipes from freezing.8. Keep the thermostat set to the same temperature both during the day and at night. By temporarily suspending the use of lower nighttime temperatures, you may incur a higher heating bill, but you can prevent a much more costly repair job if pipes freeze and burst.9. If you will be going away during cold weather, leave the heat on in your home, set to a temperature no lower than 55° F.
Sewer backups are usually unexpected and always create a mess. At best the backup requires an unpleasant cleanup but sometimes it can be expensive.
Generally, most issues are within the house plumbing or private sanitary service laterals. Stopping all water use will stop the backup.
If the sewer backs up on your property, you are responsible to pay the bill. This is why it is important to make sure lines are clear and your homeowner’s insurance covers sewer backups.
Blockages can occur for numerous reasons. Some of the most common causes are tree roots, grease and toys or objects inserted by children who may drop them down the drains. To avoid home sewer problems, you may want to contact a local plumber to clear these roots from your lateral and prevent your drains from backing up. Dispose of grease and fats in the trash, not down the drain. Do not dispose of any type of wipes down the toilet, they are not sanitary friendly.
Cooking grease, hair, food particles, toilet paper, and roots often cause sluggish drains or line blockages. If they happen near the drain opening or toilet bowl, a plunger may be effective. However, if the problem is some distance into the drain line, it may require a plumber to locate and resolve.
Many homes have a cleanout and it is usually located near the foundation of the house.First check the cleanout to see if it has water in it. If there is no water, then you know the blockage is somewhere in the house plumbing. If there is water standing in the cleanout, the blockage is most likely in the line from house to the main. Under these circumstances, you should discontinue using your facilities and contact a plumber.
Call our emergency line: 719-547-3554
24/7 and we will send out a service technician to check for a leak.
If you are selling your property, we ask that you call 719-547-5000 and provide your date of closing and a forwarding address. A final read will be scheduled for your closing date.
Service initiation can be done by calling 719-547-5000 and provide the name, phone number, billing address, and closing date.
You should speak to our Program Coordinator at 719-547-5040.
The Pueblo West Utilities treats it’s water with industry accepted standards and processes . We are in compliance with all Federal, State and Local entities. We publicly post our Consumer Confidence Report each year on the District’s website that illustrates our water quality.
The District’s water is from snowmelt that collects in Twin Lakes, follows the Arkansas River, through lake Pueblo, then pumped up to our treatment plant.
On our website, click the link to view current openings. The district will only consider completed applications. You will know you have completed the application when it requests your signature. https://pueblowestmetro.com/172/Job-Opportunities
Applicants can review the status of their application on the website as a returning user. Applicants who are selected to participate in an interview will be contacted typically within 15 days after the closing date listed on the job announcement. Otherwise, you will not be contacted.
No. But you can update your application via our employment web site page for consideration. Updating your application and indication of interest in open or additional positions can be completed by accessing the returning user access via the application online.
We do not accept applications after deadlines. Applicants are encouraged to review openings often and complete applications when there are openings.
You can view all benefits offered on our website. https://pueblowestmetro.com/284/Employee-Benefits
At registration, you are given the information regarding the program you signed up for; where the class is, what time and the dates that the class will be, and if there is anything you need to bring. Consider all classes a "go" unless you hear from us. The only reason we might contact you would be if the class is canceled due to low enrollment, or if something came up regarding the teacher of the program.
Please call the Parks office at (719) 547-7400 and we can relay a message to the teacher. We do not give out the teacher's phone numbers but we can email them quickly for you and even have them call you back if you'd like.
We know that there are times when finances can be a struggle, especially if you have more than 1 child that you want to get into a program or class. We would be happy to take payments. Most of our classes run between 6-12 weeks and we can figure out a monthly payment for you. At present, our Karate and Dance instructors offer a multi-family discount too that will help. Please let us know if that might be your case, we don't want to turn anyone away because they can't paid the full price up front.
It's nice to know that you enjoy a program and come back each session. We do registrations this way because our teachers get paid for that particular period of time. Some people don't sign up again and some do, so it easier all around to know the instructors are paid for each of their sessions for those students that signed up for those class dates.
Most of our classes have a limited capacity, so it would be inappropriate to take early registrations and fill them up before the date stated on our flyers. We want to make it fair for everyone so that is why it's "first-come first-serve" on the Mondays when registrations open. Our online registrations open at 7:00am and follow the same dates for registering like our seasonal flyers state.
At the end of registration, kids are placed onto teams and schedules are made in time for the coach meeting. Coaches are instructed to call or email the team players and give them the information regarding team name, start date and time, and location of the program. The first day you will get the tshirt ordered and schedules for the remainder of the sport program.
During registration, you will see a "special request" field. In that field write or type the names of a player or coach that your player wants to be with. Sometimes unforeseen circumstances might arise and we may not be able to fulfill your request, but we will try.
Our Sports Coordinator or Parks Director will determine if the weather is bad enough to cancel a program. In turn, the coach will be called and he will then inform his team. If you don't hear from a coach, please call the parks office at (719-547-7400) where we will have a recorded message informing of any cancellation. We are also capable of contacting KKTV Channel 11 to put our information on the station scroll.
On the first day the coach will hand out the tshirts that you ordered. The only real need would be shin guards if playing in soccer. Other than that, tennis shoes are good to wear for any sport program.