The next regularly scheduled Meeting of the Town Board will be on Monday, June 15, 2020, at 6:30 PM via Remote Public Meeting.
The agenda and detailed information on how you can attend and participate will be posted here on Friday, June 12.
For the Zoom Etiquette document, please click HERE.
COVID-19 Testing now available through Cedar Diagnostics. For detailed information, please click HERE.
Due to the current health concern,
Town Hall will be closed to the public until further notice.
Beginning June 1, the Town phones will be manned from 10 AM to 2 PM, Monday through Friday.
Town Hall will remain closed; however appointments can be made to meet with staff if information or assistance is needed
beyond a phone call. Please call Town Hall and discuss your needs during the hours above,
or leave a message and staff will return your call.
The Police Department continues to operate as usual. You can reach the Ignacio Police Department by calling 970-563-4206.
If you have a utility emergency, please call the on-call number (970-759-3660).
The Public Works employee that is on call will assess the emergency and respond accordingly.
If you have a utility billing question, please call Town Hall (970-563-9494) and leave a voicemail message
or email the Utility Clerk (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please Note: There will be no late fees or utility shut-offs until further notice.
Payments left in the drop box, mailed to the PO Box, or made online will be processed daily.
Please call Town Hall with any questions and leave a voicemail. Voicemails and emails are checked daily
and will be responded to as quickly as possible.
For current updates on this unfolding situation, please visit San Juan Basin Public Health's website. https://sjbpublichealth.org/coronavirus/
If you observe someone violating a Public Health Order, there is now a website where you can report this.
Please go to https://co-durango.civicplus.com/422/Online-Services and click on "Report Incident."
CORONA VIRUS RESOURCES
The following links provide helpful resources and information regarding protecting yourself and others from contamination, what you should do if you suspect you have been exposed, and typical symptoms of this illness.
CDPHE: Provides regularly updated information on COVID-19 in Colorado.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Comprehensive information on COVID-19, including prevention, symptoms, and information for various groups.
Center for Disease Control's Guidelines for Disinfecting Your Facility
San Juan Basin Public Health "How You Can Help STOP the Spread of the COVID-19 Virus"
San Juan Basin Public Health Face Covering Advisory
myColorado offers connections to COVID-19 Resources. For details, click HERE.
Colorado State Emergency Operations Center has established a hotline in response to COVID-19. For information, click HERE.
La Plata County has established a call center in response to the COVID-19 crisis (970-385-8700).
A group of citizens have worked together to establish Ignacio Mutual Aid. If you are in need or if you have something to contribute,
please click HERE to be redirected to more information and a questionnaire.
Please visit https://www.swcoda.org/ or www.211Colorado.org for disaster assistance resources.
La Plata Economic Alliance and Southwest Colorado Distaster Assistance have teamed up to release a Business Response Playbook that outlines the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Stability) Act and PPP (Paycheck Protection Program). Please click HERE for a link to download this playbook in PDF Format.
The State has released modeling data for the COVID-19 pandemic. For information, click HERE.
Current Executive Orders and Advisories regarding COVID-19
Please click on the name of each of these orders to download a PDF with further information:
Media release regarding San Juan Basic Public Health requiring that ALL businesses complete a self-certification prior to reopening
Media Release for San Juan Basin Public Health Safer At Home Order 04-28-2020
On April 23, 2020, the Southern Ute Indian Tribe extended their March 25, 2020 Stay At Home Order until further notice
CDPHE Safer At Home Order
Press Release for Safer At Home in place as of April 27, 2020
To learn more about the Census or to take the survey online, please click the image below:
It has never been easier to complete your Census questionnaire! Click HERE to see how to respond on your own.
Land Use Code Update
The Planning Commission has been working for approximately a year on updating the Land Use Code.
If you would like to review the draft of this document, please click here.
2020 Approved Budget
The 2020 Budget is available for review at Town Hall during regular business hours.
If you would like to download a copy of the approved budget to review on your own time, please click here.
Ignacio is a small community of about 800 people nestled in the southeast corner of La Plata County along with the Southern Ute Indian Tribe. We are a quick drive to the Navajo Lake State Park, the San Juan Mountains and National Forest, thousands of acres of State/Federal lands, Mesa Verde National Park, and the Four Corners Region.
The Town consists of a variety of businesses and residential homes with a unique Southwest Colorado feel. Our businesses range from local family run restaurants, galleries, locally owned and run grocery stores, banking, chiropractic and dental clinics, as well as a wide variety of other goods and services. The Ignacio School District serves hundreds of children from the Town all the way to the Colorado/New Mexico Border.
For a list of landlords that own three or more rentals (and therefore have a business license with the Town) who may have rentals available, please click here.
Town Hall is located at 540 Goddard Avenue, Ignacio, CO 81137. We provide water, sewer, gas, and seasonal irrigation water to the residents and some of those on the edge of Town boundaries. To see more of what Town Hall does for Ignacio, check out this video from Colorado Municipal League that talks about all the services a local municipality provides for its citizens.
Please take a look around the site and let us know if you have any questions or if we can help in any way.
Incorporated in 1913
This site has a lot of Town information including history and visitor information, Town Board meeting materials (meeting packets, agendas, minutes), Town ordinances and resolutions, development codes and construction standards, business and construction forms, license information, and various applications which are available for download in PDF format. You will need a free PDF Reader to view these documents.
Click on the titles below the banner and find links to pages where additional information is available for reading and/or downloading. We hope you find what you need, but if you don't, click on the "Contact Us" tab for information on Town staff who can be contacted for additional assistance.