Ignacio is Growing and Improving!
If you would like to view our Capital Improvements Plan, please click HERE.
The Town of Ignacio now offers a volunteer recycling program!
The cost for this program is $6.00 per month; this will be added to your utility bill if you sign up for the program.
Please see the Recycling Flier for more detailed information.
Glass pickup will be every other week, beginning October 23. Glass must be placed in a container next to the recycling bin, not mixed with the other recyclables.
The container will be picked up with the recyclables and disposed of, not returned to you.
The Town of Ignacio has a new logo! We are excited to roll out our new logo and show it to the world!
We are a tri-ethnic 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. For a list of landlords who may have rentals available, please click here.The Ignacio School District serves hundreds of children from the Town all the way to the Colorado/New Mexico Border.
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.
We regret to inform you that, as of Monday, September 24, 2018
the Town of Ignacio Police Department will no longer offer fingerprinting for the public.
This change is in response to Senate Bill 17-189. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is implementing a new process: Colorado Applicant Background Services (CABS). To use the service, you will need to go online: www.coloradofingerprinting.com.
Specific vendors will be appointed and trained by CBI, and will be the only places where fingerprinting services are available. The vendor services will be located throughout the state, which is intended to increase applicants’ ability to obtain fingerprints in a timely manner. Applicants will be able to schedule appointments online with vendors and the fingerprint cards will be submitted electronically. This will allow for results to now only take hours instead of days or weeks.
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.