L - Z

  1. Library District Board of Trustees

    The Board of Trustees endorses expenditures, formulates and approves the annual budget, presents the library’s program to the community, hires the director and delegates the operation and management of the library to him/her.

  2. Liquor & Beer Licensing Board

    The Pueblo Liquor and Beer Licensing Board serves as the licensing authority for the sale of alcohol beverages and 3.2% beer and for the issuance of cabaret licenses.

  3. Marijuana Licensing Authority

    To issue or deny medical marijuana licenses and renewals of the same within the City; to impose sanctions on any license issued by the Authority on its own motion or on complaint by the City for any violation by the licensee after investigation and public hearing at which the licensee shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard; issue approvals and disapprovals as provided in the PMC; conduct hearings, grant or deny motions, make findings and orders, administer oaths, and issue subpoenas to require the presence of persons and the production of papers, books and records necessary to the determination of any hearing which it is authorized to conduct; control the mode, manner and order of all proceedings and hearings; adopt rules, procedures and policies for its own proceedings; adopt rules and policies for filing applications and requests; and adopt application forms and submission requirements.

  4. Planning & Zoning Commission

    The Planning and Zoning Commission prepares and submits to City Council for its approval a master plan for the physical development of the city.

  5. Police Pension Board of Trustees

    The Police Pension Board of Trustees is responsible for the general administration, management and proper operation of the Police Pension Fund.

  6. Pueblo Area Council of Governments

    The Pueblo Area Council of Governments meets to provide intergovernmental cooperation and coordination in order to consolidate and strengthen existing local efforts at land use, transportation, physical and environmental planning, industrial and economic development planning and social or human resource planning.

  7. Pueblo Conservancy District

    The Pueblo Conservancy District was formed per the Conservancy Law of Colorado (Title 37, Article1, CRS) to reduce flood risk, conserve or develop water resources, or participate in the development of parks or recreational facilities.

  8. Pueblo Depot Activity Dev. Authority Board

    The board provides policy guidance regarding the reuse of the Pueblo Chemical Depot. The board also binds the authority in contractual and other legal obligations.

  9. Pueblo Economic Dev. Corporation Board

    The Pueblo Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors is comprised of the annual appointment of up to 2 directors by City Council and up to 2 directors by County Commissioners.

  10. Regional Building Commission

    The Pueblo Regional Building Commission provides general supervision of administration and policy direction for the Pueblo Regional Building Department, appoints the Building Official, submits an annual department budget to the city and county, makes monthly reports of activities to the city and county, and carries out other functions and responsibilities as required by agreement between the city and the county.

  11. Sangre De Cristo Arts & Conference Ctr. Board

    The Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Board of Trustees meets at least quarter-annually and elects an Executive Board which meets once a month to manage the affairs of the Center.

  12. Streetscape Advisory Committee

    The Pueblo Streetscape Advisory Committee investigates, evaluates, promotes and recommends projects with respect to streetscapes throughout the City of Pueblo, creates a community awareness program as to the availability and use of grant and general fund monies, promotes volunteerism to maintain sustainable streetscapes, makes periodic reports with respect to streetscape projects to the City Council and promotes the use of western landscaping within the Pueblo community.

  13. Pueblo Urban Renewal Authority

    The Urban Renewal Authority is a separate public body politic and corporate and is authorized to exercise broad governmental powers in planning and implementing redevelopment projects. Its powers include the authority to acquire, rehabilitate, administer and sell or lease property.

  14. Zoning Board of Appeals

    The Zoning Board of Appeals hears and determines appeals from refusal of building permits, makes special exceptions to the terms of the zoning regulations in harmony with their general purpose and intent and authorizes variances from the strict applications of regulations in such situations and subject to such limitations as may be set by ordinance.