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Posted on: November 23, 2015

City Reminder on Holiday Trash Collection Service

The City of Montrose reminds customers that scheduled residential trash collections falling on a city-observed holiday will be rescheduled to occur on another day of the same week. Note that recycling collections that occur on a city-observed holiday will...Read on...

Holiday Schedule and Routes Map
Posted on: November 11, 2015

Holiday Montrose Bucks Offer Starts Tuesday, November 24

Montrose, CO - The City of Montrose Office of Business and Tourism (OBT) wants to help you celebrate the holidays with some extra cash. Pick up an extra $40 to spend in town when you buy $200 in Montrose Bucks starting at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, November 24, ...Read on...

Posted on: November 20, 2015

Win $100 in Montrose Bucks—Competition to Make “A Better Montrose” Starts Monday, November 23

Montrose, CO–The public will have the chance to win $100 in Montrose Bucks beginning Monday, November 23 at 7:00 am. Participants should download “A Better Montrose” app for free from the Google Play or Apple Store.

To be eligible for the drawing, sim...Read on...

Posted on: November 17, 2015

Montrose Holiday Happenings

November 27 Festivities Kick Off the Season
Pre-Tree Lighting Fun at the Library (4:30-5:25 pm, 320 S Second St)Children through grade school and their parents are invited to meet for pre-Tree Lighting Fun at the Library! Enjoy craft time with Miss Tin...Read on...

Posted on: November 9, 2015

Applications Available for 2016 Citizens’ Police Academy

Montrose, CO – Montrose residents are invited to submit their applications to participate in the 19th class of the Montrose Police Department’s (MPD) Citizens’ Police Academy which begins on Monday, January 11. The nine-week course will be held on Monday ...Read on...

Posted on: November 5, 2015

Woodgate Road Traffic Advisory

Contractors working for the City of Montrose will begin clearing the new right of way and relocating power lines between Ogden Road and Oxbow Drive over the next several weeks in anticipation of the upcoming Woodgate Road widening project.

This work w...Read on...

Posted on: November 4, 2015

Take Advantage of the City's Fall Leaf Pickup Program

City residents are encouraged to collect fallen leaves into bags and place them curbside for free pickup service by City Public Works crews. There is no need to call for special pickup. Please do NOT rake leaves into street gutters.

Crews will pick up ...Read on...

Posted on: November 3, 2015

2015 Parade of Lights Theme Announced

The City of Montrose Office of Business and Tourism (OBT) is now accepting applications for the 2015 Downtown Montrose Parade of Lights scheduled for Saturday, December 5, starting at 5 p.m., along Main Street between Stough and Rio Grande Avenues. This y...Read on...

Parade entry form...
Posted on: January 26, 2015

Learn About the State of Colorado Cities and Towns

Each year the Colorado Municipal League (CML) produces a "State of Our Cities & Towns" report, highlighting how Colorado communities are faring in meeting the needs of their residents while building for the future.

The 2015 report details how Colorado is in the headlines as a leading state for job growth, business expansion, and creation of new business opportunities, based on a survey conducted among the state's municipalities last October.

CML's 2015 State of Our Cities & Towns survey results reveal that nine out of 10 Colorado municipalities invest in one or more programs that support or promote economic development and that 62 percent of Colorado municipalities report a better economy in their community in 2014 than the prior year. Among the larger cities, 94 percent report a better economy.

Two videos based on the report tell the story behind those headlines; describing how municipalities are the level of government most involved in economic development. Viewers will learn of the variety of programs, everything from tax incentives to special events, that cities and towns invest in to promote economic development.

CML is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization established in 1923 that represents the interests of 267 Colorado cities and towns. For more information on CML, visit www.cml.orgRead on...

Watch the videos...