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Assessor’s office shifts office hours

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) approved updated hours for the Archuleta County Assessor’s Office at its July 2 meeting, with the updated schedule effective July 1.

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On July 2, the Town of Pagosa Springs formally lent its support to a Montrose-based developer, Colorado Outdoors LLC, for a More Housing Now grant application and also voted to enter into a developer agreement with the company. 

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At a June 20 meeting of the Archuleta County Board of Health (BoH), the board heard a presentation from Water Quality Manager Kevin Torrez concerning issues with the on-site wastewater treatment system (OWTS) regulations previously used by San Juan Basin Public Health (SJBPH) and discussed potential paths forward.

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Housing project receives $4.75 million grant

The Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA), through the Division of Housing’s state housing board, announced on Tuesday, June 25, that it awarded more than $41 million in rental and homeownership support for a total of 414 housing units to be constructed across the state.

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Guidelines, drawing procedures approved for PSCDC housing

The Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation (PSCDC) continues to move forward with phase one of its community workforce housing project. 

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Town rezones properties along Goldmine Drive

On May 23, the Pagosa Springs Town Council approved the second reading of Ordinance 1005, which rezones certain properties along the western portion of Goldmine Drive, amending the official zoning map for the area. 

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PSCDC holds annual meeting, elects board members

At the annual Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation (PSCDC) held May 1, the organization provided updates on several ongoing efforts.

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On Friday, April 19, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circut ruled that the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) is required to provide access to a 300-acre parcel on Wolf Creek Pass that is owned by Leavell-McCombs Joint Venture (LMJV) — the site of the proposed Village at Wolf Creek.

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San Juan National Forest acquires V Rock private land inholding

The San Juan National Forest recently acquired 160 acres of elk and mule deer habitat within an important migration corridor on the Pagosa Ranger District. 

Habitat for Humanity explains year-end giving opportunities

Our build season has wound down, with volunteers, local subcontractors and staff putting the finishing touches on our homes. Our hope is to have our deserving partner families in their homes by the …

On Wednesday, Dec. 28, Chief Judge Jeffrey Wilson of the Sixth Judicial District entered an order vacating his Dec. 26 order that struck down the Town of Pagosa Springs’ voter-imposed short-term …

At its Aug. 9 meeting, the Pagosa Springs Planning Commission unanimously approved a planned unit development (PUD) amendment application and, acting as the Design Review Board, the sketch design …

Forgoing a full trial, the Town of Pagosa Springs’ attorney and the attorney for the plaintiffs involved in a complaint about the town’s recently enacted short-term rental fee filed a joint …

At its Aug. 2 meeting, the Pagosa Springs Town Council passed the second reading of Ordinance 986, “Approval to Purchase Parcel Described as Enclave PUD Aspen Village 1 X US Hwy 160,” which will …

The Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) Board of Directors considered a request from the proposed Pagosa Views development for a will-serve letter at a July 28 special meeting. The full …

Illustration courtesy Encanto Tierra LLC The proposed phases of the Pagosa Views development. The phases will take place over 10 years, according to one of the developers, Carl Bommarito. With a …

Illustration courtesy Town of Pagosa Springs The location of the land proposed in Ordinance 986, “Approval to Purchase Parcel Described as Enclave PUD Aspen Village 1 X US Hwy 160,” which the …

The state of the real estate market has become an issue of major interest in the area as concerns about inflation, high interest rates and a potential recession rise.  The full version of this story …

County to pause new STR permits

At its July 19 meeting, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) passed Resolution 2022-75, setting a six-month moratorium on new short-term rental (STR) permit applications to take …

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