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  1. ADA Advisory Committee

    The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law on July 26, 1990 and was amended most recently in January 2009.

  2. Airport Advisory Committee

    The Airport Advisory Committee was created and established by the Pueblo City Council as an advisory committee to the City Council on September 13, 1999.

  3. Board of Elections

    The Board of Elections recommends such rules and regulations as necessary for the conduction of elections for approval to City Council.

  4. Board of Health

    The Board of Health provides financial direction and policy guidelines to the department to obtain the highest standard of public health protection and safety for the community.

  5. Board of Waterworks

    The Board of Water Works has and exercises all powers which are granted to cities of the first class by the Constitution and Laws of the State of Colorado, except the power to levy and collect taxes directly or indirectly.

  6. Regional Building Department Boards of Appeal

    Gather information about the different regional Building Department Boards of Appeals.

  7. Civil Service Commission

    It is the mission of the Civil Service Commission to maintain the professionalism and integrity of the positions we have been elected to, while fulfilling the duties and responsibilities explained in Section 6 of the Pueblo City Ordinances.

  8. Community Services Advisory Commission

    The Community Services Advisory Commission studies the needs of the community in the areas of health and human services, recreation, arts and culture, environmental / conservation and economic development; reviews and analyzes proposals that are submitted to the Pueblo County and City of Pueblo Partnership during the annual Request for Proposal process, including conducting interviews and performing site visits of agencies submitting proposals; makes final recommendations to the city and county officials for funding consideration on an annual basis, or as needed in an emergency situation; and works on other issues and projects as assigned to them by the Public Officials.

  9. El Centro Del Quinto Sol Board of Directors

    The purpose of the Board is to serve in an advisory capacity providing recommendations to the Parks and Recreation Department and City Council on issues related to planning and operation of El Centro del Quinto Sol Recreation Center including its programs, services, and facilities.

  10. Fire Board of Appeals

    Any person aggrieved by a ruling, decision, interpretation, or order of the Fire Chief, Deputy Fire Chief in charge of Fire Prevention, or the Fire Department, shall have the right to appeal to this Board. Board members then have the authority to affirm, modify, or reverse said appealed ruling, interpretation, order, or decision.

  11. Firemen's Pension Fund Board of Trustees

    The Board of Trustees is responsible for the administration of the City of Pueblo’s Firemen’s Pension Fund.

  12. Fountain Creek Flood Control & Greenway Dist.

    The Fountain Creek Watershed Flood Control and Greenway District Governing Board seeks approval of special legislation to establish the Watershed District, and at the appropriate time, to place a funding measure on the ballot to provide for long term funding of the Watershed District in order to manage, administer, and fund the capital improvements and maintenance projects necessary to improve drainage, mitigate flooding, sedimentation, and erosion, address water quality issues, and develop public recreational opportunities including parks and trails in the Watershed.

  13. Golf Course Enterprise Adv Committee

    The Pueblo Municipal Golf Course Enterprise Advisory Committee will serve as an advisory committee and will make recommendations to the Parks and Recreation Department on issues related to planning, operation, and development of the Municipal Golf Course Enterprise (Elmwood and Walking Stick Golf Courses) including its programs, services and facilities.

  14. HARP Authority Board of Directors

    The governing body of the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo (HARP) Authority promotes, manages, supervises, operates, develops, and maintains the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk Project.

  15. HARP Foundation Board of Directors

    Discover the functions of the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo (HARP) Foundation Board of Directors.

  16. Historic Preservation Commission

    The Historic Preservation Commission advises and assists owners of landmarks and elements within historic districts on physical, technical and financial aspects of preservation, renovation, rehabilitation and reuse and on procedures for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places, Colorado Register of Historic Properties and designation as landmarks of historic districts, reviews applications for designation of landmarks or historic districts, issues or denies certificates of appropriateness, demolition permits, or certificates of economic hardship affecting designated landmarks or elements within a designated historic district, prepares and maintains a register of landmarks and historic districts.

  17. Honor Farm Enterprise Citizens Advisory Board

    The Honor Farm Enterprise Citizens Advisory Board investigates, evaluates, and recommends programs to the Department of Parks and Recreation for the Honor Farm Enterprise, including the Pueblo Motorsports Park, and makes periodic reports with respect to its activities to the City Council.

  18. Housing Authority of the City of Pueblo

    The Housing Authority assists citizens with low-income rent and safe affordable housing.

  19. Human Relations Commission