1. Your Community

  1. Update on Downtown Public Safety and Median Project

    Medians: Median from Chestnut to Elm landscaping on Friday, signage installation Monday/Tuesday. Last Median should be open no later than next Wednesday. Alleys: S Ash to S Beech concrete work has begun. ADA Ramps: Intersection of Ash & Main under way. Read on...
  2. Cortez Area Residents Invited to: “Let’s Talk Transportation” Meeting

    CDOT PUBLIC EVENT: Let’s Talk Transportation Town Hall Meeting Wednesday, Oct. 24, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Cortez City Hall, Council Chambers, 123 E. Roger Smith Ave., Cortez Read on...
  3. 2018 Water Conservation Plan

    Notice is hereby given that the city of Cortez is updating its Water Conservation Plan, pursuant to State law, and is seeking public comment over the next 60 days, A public hearing on the 2018 Plan will be held during the council meeting on 11/13/18. Read on...
  4. Please Dispose of Needles Properly

    Never throw loose needles or syringes in the garbage. Loose or protruding needles are a danger to everyone, especially trash collectors. They can cause accidental needle-stick injuries that may require, at a minimum, testing for HIV and hepatitis. Read on...
  5. Downtown Safety Improvements Project

    Cortez ADA Ramps on US 160 & Downtown Safety Improvements Project CDOT Project STE M250-007/Project Code #22419 Read on...
  6. A sunset over cortez

    KSJD Live Cam

    View a live feed from atop the KSJD Radio Station at the intersection of Main and Market Streets in downtown Cortez. Cortez Live Cam
  7. A native american ceremony

    KSJD Community Calendar

    Get information about local announcements, classes, and other upcoming events by viewing the KSJD Community Calendar. Read More