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    Pueblo City Council Monday Meeting to be Held Through Video Conferencing

    The Pueblo City Council will hold its work session meeting at 5:30 and regular meeting at 7:00pm on Monday, July 13th. Puebloans should be aware that the session will be held in compliance with... Read on...
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    City of Pueblo Outdoor Pools Update

    Mitchell Park Pool, located at 1040 N LaCrosse Ave 81001, will not be open this summer... Read on...
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    Pueblo County Variance Approvals - Table for Public

    Attached is a table comparing the approved variances for Pueblo County... Read on...
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    Pueblo Business Economic Recovery Team Consumer Survey

    Pueblo residents! We want to hear your thoughts on shopping during the COVID-19 pandemic. Are you staying at home and ordering only from Amazon, only shopping where masks... Read on...
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    Mayor Gradisar’s Community Connections this Friday at the HARP

    Mayor Nick Gradisar will hold his monthly ‘Community Connections’ this Friday, July 10. And for the first time in several months, the public will be able to... Read on...
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    2020 U.S. Census Update

    As we celebrate the Fourth of July this weekend, it's important to remember how Independence Day shaped the future of our country. The #2020Census is your chance to shape your community's future once again... Read on...
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    COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing

    Now open for testing in July... Read on...
  8. Pueblo Youth Food Council

    The Pueblo Food Project is excited to announce the formation of the Pueblo Youth Food Council... Read on...
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    ‘Wally’ Stealey Honored with Memorial Garden

    The first thing you will see when you enter the ‘Garden of Memories’ at C Street and Union Avenue is a statue of a young cowboy... Read on...
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    City Park Gates Restoration Complete

    In 2014, two Aberdeen neighbors, Barbara Hegarty and Corinne Koehler, started talking about how to restore the entrance to City Park... Read on...
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    Pueblo City Council Monday Meeting to be Held Through Video Conferencing

    Puebloans should be aware that the session will be held in compliance with the governor’s health order for social distancing. The council meeting will be conducted through the Zoom video conferencing platform, allowing remote... Read on...
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    Fireworks and Fire Restrictions

    In conjunction with the mayor’s office, City of Pueblo Fire Chief Barb Huber has announced that the city is now in Stage 1 Fire Restrictions... Read on...
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    Colorado Smelter Revitalization Plan

    Join us to improve our neighborhoods of Bessemer, Eilers Heights in Bojon Town, and the Grove by reading a neighborhood revitalization plan and letting us know your thoughts... Read on...
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    City of Pueblo: Restaurant Re-opening Plan

    Panel discussion for expanded restaurant temporary permits... Read on...
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    MEDIA ALERT - Black Hills Energy Warns Customers of Scam Attempts

    Pueblo, Colo. – June 5, 2020--Black Hills Energy has received reports from customers of attempted scam calls where the customer is told their bill is delinquent and service will be disconnected in 30 minutes... Read on...
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    PUEBLO PARKS AND RECREATION “SAFE RECOVERY” PLAN” TO REOPEN PARK FACILITIES PHASE 2

    The following park and recreation facilities, amenities, and programs will begin to REOPEN to the public Friday, June 5th under special health and safety conditions which include masks and 6-foot “social distancing” requirements... Read on...
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    Wild Rabbit in Pueblo County Tests Positive for Tularemia

    Pueblo, CO, June 3, 2020 – Public Health Officials have confirmed a wild rabbit has tested positive for tularemia in Pueblo County. This positive wild rabbit is one of many historically in Pueblo County especially in the area of Pueblo West... Read on...
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    Restaurants and Bars can now Apply for Special Use Permits for Expanded Businesses

    Pueblo City Council approved an emergency ordinance implementing a streamlined process for restaurants to apply for and receive permits for temporary outdoor dining areas... Read on...
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    Mayor Reopens Request for Applications for City COVID-19 Emergency Fund

    Mayor Nick Gradisar announced this afternoon that he is reopening the request for applications process for emergency loans and grants from the City of Pueblo... Read on...
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    State Seeks Input on Draft Restaurant Guidelines

    The public is invited to provide feedback on guidelines that the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has drafted to guide restaurants... Read on...
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    COVID-19 Restaurants

    THESE GUIDELINES ARE DRAFT, AND FOR THE PURPOSES OF STAKEHOLDER INPUT ONLY. Read on...
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    Colorado Blueprint to End Hunger

    The Colorado Blueprint to End Hunger is a multi-year plan to end hunger for all Coloradans. It was developed... Additional Info...
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    First Distributions Made from COVID-19 Emergency Loan and Grant Fund

    The first distributions from the City of Pueblo COVID-19 Emergency Loan and Grant Fund have now been awarded... Read on...
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    Bert Survey Part 3

    Attention Pueblo Businesses: Pueblo BERT has deployed their second survey and are asking for Pueblo businesses to respond by May 10th... Read on...
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    City of Pueblo (Colo.) Receives $300K to Assess and Revitalize Downtown Properties

    Funds to support environmental assessment and redevelopment opportunities at several locations, including downtown and riverfront properties... Read on...
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    I Count, We All Count in the 2020 Census

    Our responses to the census shape how more than $675 billion dollars in public funding... Read on...
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    Pueblo Business Economic Recovery Team Asks for Businesses Input

    The Pueblo Business Economic Recovery Team has deployed their second survey and are asking for Pueblo businesses to respond by Friday. The purpose of the survey is to gain... Read on...
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    FEMA-Sponsored Testing Site to be Available in Pueblo County

    El Paso County, CO – The FEMA-sponsored COVID-19 testing site in El Paso County is expanding to Pueblo County. With additional testing resources... Read on...
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    2020 Business Resource Guide

    The Pueblo Business Economic Resource Team (BERT) has released their 2020 Business Resource Guide. Pueblo BERT is here to help... Read on...
  30. News Flash

    Mayor Holds News Conference on Ballot Measure 2A

    A news conference will be held this Friday, April 17th regarding ballot issue 2A and important issues surrounding it. The conference will be held outside... Read on...
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    City Council to Consider Help for Pueblo Small Businesses

    The Pueblo City Council will consider an emergency resolution during its Monday meeting that could bring financial relief to local small businesses... Read on...
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    ***UPDATE: Bergamo fund drive **ADDRESS CHANGE**

    The COVID-I9 pandemic has affected all of us more than any health crisis in our lifetime. This world-wide pandemic has wreaked havoc everywhere. But if anything positive... Read on...
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    Pueblo Transit Shares Information for Bus Riders

    In order to operate safely and efficiently as possible during the COVID-19 outbreak, the City of Pueblo Transit system is sharing this information with passengers: Read on...
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    COVID-19 Information- Parks and Recreation

    Effective immediately, the following park facilities and areas are CLOSED to the public in order to comply with Governor Polis... Read on...
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    18 Nights of Light – Pueblo Shines

    Every evening for the next 18 nights, beginning tonight, we as a Community should go outside our homes at 8:00 p.m. and shine a light... Read on...
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    Pueblo City Fire Department Adapting to COVID-19 Response Changes

    Starting today, the Pueblo Fire Department has adopted a new medical guideline that was written to adapt to the circumstances regarding the current and ever-changing COVID-19 pandemic... Read on...
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    City Sales Tax, Finance, and City Clerk’s Offices Temp Closed to Public in Response COVID-19

    In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the Pueblo community, Mayor Nick Gradisar is temporarily closing three city departments to the general public... Read on...
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    Social Distancing

    Going stir crazy during social distancing? Feeling anxious or stressed? Below are a few self-care tips and ideas for you and your family. Read on...
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    Pueblo City Council Will Comply with Social Distancing During Meetings

    The Pueblo City Council will have a brief but important meeting Monday evening, March 23rd at 7:00 p.m. Mayor Nick Gradisar is strongly... Read on...
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    Pueblo Food Project Releases Food and Grocery Guide for Pueblo County

    The Pueblo Food Project has developed a food and groceries resource guide for the citizens of Pueblo County as our community faces coronavirus COVID-19... Read on...
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    COVID-19 Restricted Public Access and Adjusted Arraignment Schedule

    Yesterday, March 19, 2020, the Governor issued an order limiting public gatherings to no more than 10 people. The Court is unable to meet this restriction... Read on...
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    COVID-19 Pharmacy Store Information

    Here is a list of Pharmacies and Information for their hours, delivery Info, curb side availability, Special Info, etc. Read on...
  43. News Flash

    Important Public Notice From the Pueblo Wastewater Treatment Plant

    DO NOT Flush Disinfecting Wipes, “Flushable” Wipes, Napkins or Paper Towels down Toilet – Throw Them Away instead Wastewater Treatment Plants Will be Overwhelmed, Consumers Will Face In-home Plumbing Backups and Blockages Read on...
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    “Drop Box” for City of Pueblo Finance Business placed at City Hall

    The City of Pueblo has placed a “Drop Box” at City Hall so that customers can simply drop off communication, tax payments or any other city related documents... Read on...
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    COVID-19 Large Item & Tire Drop-Off

    The Mayor Gradisar has suspended sales for the Large Item... Read on...
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    COVID 19- Pueblo Municipal Court

    Today Pueblo County reported its first confirmed case of Corona Virus. All resources indicate the best way to mitigate the spread of the virus is to limit large gatherings in public places. Therefore, in the interest of public health and safety... Read on...
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    Pueblo Officials Working Together in Response to COVID-19

    PUEBLO – Elected and Government Officials in the City and County of Pueblo are working together to educate and reassure the public during an uncertain time regarding the Corona virus also known as COVID-19... Read on...
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    A COVID-19 Update Message From Mayor Gradisar

    We are facing an unprecedented challenge to our public health. Although there are no reported cases of Corona Virus in Pueblo it is not realistic to believe that it has not invaded our community. .. Read on...
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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Info

    What you need to know about COVID-19 MORE INFO
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    Message from the Mayor – COVID-19

    I would like to assure the citizens of Pueblo that as Mayor, I am working collaboratively with the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment (PDPHE) to monitor the situation involving the Coronavirus/COVID-19 impact on our community... Read on...
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    City of Pueblo Warns Public to be Aware of ‘Spoof’ Phone Calls

    The City of Pueblo Information Technology Department has received information that some residents have been receiving ‘spoof’ calls identifying as coming from City offices. Read on...
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    Inclement Weather Policy

    With today’s snowstorm and inclement weather, some citizens had questions about if the city was open or was going to close early. Read on...
  54. Scam Alert

    CITY IS WARNING BUSINESSES OF PURCHASE ORDER SCAM REGARDING LOCAL GOVERNMENT PURCHASE ORDERS

    Scammers are utilizing look-a-like email addresses to make it appear that pricing is being requested from local governments and even federal government agencies... Read on...
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    SRDA In Need of Volunteer Drivers

    The SRDA Meals On Wheels program needs volunteers to deliver meals to homebound seniors... Read on...
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    Mayor Nick Gradisar Releases His Priority List of Streets Most in Need of Repair

    Mayor Nick Gradisar has released his priority list of streets most in need of immediate attention and repair in the City of Pueblo... Read on...
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    Pueblo Receives $40,000 National Grant

    In a nationwide press release, Etsy and Master Card announced that Pueblo is one of the recipients of the Etsy Makers Cities grant which supports local creative business entrepreneurs. Read on...
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    Public Health Urges to Stop Vaping

    Pueblo, CO October 4, 2019- Health Officials at the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment are urging people to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendation Read on...
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    City of Pueblo Information Technology Department Receives National Award

    The City of Pueblo’s Information Technology Department has been nationally recognized for its newly revamped website. Read on...
  60. Practical, Budget-Friendly Ways to Practice Home Security

    Preventing break-ins at your home doesn’t have to bust your budget. Expensive security systems come with perks, but there are plenty of ways to protect your residence that are either low-cost or free. Read on...
  61. Mayor Chooses New Fire Chief

    Mayor Nick Gradisar has chosen the person who will take over as chief of the City of Pueblo Fire Department and become the first woman ever to hold that position in Pueblo. Read on...
  62. Bogus Job Postings

    Recently, false postings have been published on various job sites that are not actual vacancies in our organization... Read on...