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The City of Cortez has joined efforts, once again, with Montezuma County along with Dolores and Mancos to update the County Hazard Mitigation Plan. The Plan is updated every five years. The Updated Plan is available for review at the a...
The City of Cortez recommends that you flush all of your building plumbing thoroughly after a prolonged building shutdown.
Bringing in fresh chlorinated water will help prevent bacteria growth that can occur when water becomes stagnant from sitting in the ...
August 11 through October 31, census takers will begin visiting the homes of those Coloradans who have not yet responded to the 2020 Census. There is still time to complete the census.
RECYCLING DROP-OFF UPDATE
The Public Drop-Off at the City Service Center re-opened May 20, 2020, and bins are available for aluminum, cardboard, and tin/steel ferrous metals ONLY!
PLEASE SEPARATE COMMODITIES
ALUMINUM CANS: CLEAN aluminum cans, pans,...
As of Monday, April 20, 2020, Montezuma County is under a Fire Ban that applies to all unincorporated areas of Montezuma County. In conjunction with the County fire ban, the City of Cortez will not issue any burn permits while the Fire Ban is in...
The City's 2020 Water Conservation Brochure is now available. Remember - No Watering between the hours of 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM, between May 15th and September 15th.
The City of Cortez Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) for calendar year 2019 is now available.
The RV Dump Station at the City Service Center, 110 West Progress Circle, is now open to the public. It will remain open, weather permitting, through the end of October. Please be respectful when dumping and keep the area clean.
TRAFFIC LIGHTS AND CROSSWALKS ON MAIN STREET (HWY 160-491) IN CORTEZ, COLORADO
The traffic lights, crosswalks and crosswalk buttons, lighted symbols, and the time permitted to cross the street are all regulated by the Colorado Department of Transportation ...
View a live feed from atop the KSJD Radio Station at the intersection of Main and Market Streets in downtown Cortez.
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