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Our online payment option saves you time and gives you more flexibility in how you pay your bill.

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Stay in the Know

The Town of Dolores is actively working on a variety of projects to improve our area.

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Dolores Recreation Access and Infrastructure Improvement Project

Objections must be filed within 45 calendar days from March 8, 2023.

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The Town of Dolores is a must-stop for anyone who is nearby.

We are a wonderful small town located in a canyon with the beautiful Dolores River cutting along one side and rock cliffs on the other. Summer temperatures range between 85 and 90 degrees with cool, clear nights. We also have nearby mountains and the second-largest reservoir in the state, McPhee Reservoir. The San Juan National Forest is only one mile away, which makes all of the above an outdoor enthusiast's wonderland.

Along with the outdoors, Dolores offers a unique mixture of shops, restaurants, taverns and even a brew pub. There are four town parks, a resourceful public library and a peaceful bike trail that runs along the beautiful Dolores River. Dolores also has three RV parks to welcome road travelers.

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Latest News

Town Hall Asbestos abatement begins on June 10th and will take 4-6 weeks. The Demolition project will start on or about July 22nd.Flanders Park will soon only be a park for everyone to enjoy!
Thank you voters and citizens of the Town of Dolores, you passed a .005 tax increase for the maintenance of our roads. This ½ penny will help us pay for mag chloride to keep the dust down on the streets, continue to motor grade the streets to eliminate potholes, fix curbs and gutters, and pay for maintenance personel.
The Nonprofit Infrastructure (NPI) Grant Program is a statewide grant program for small, community-based nonprofit organizations that provide services to communities that have historically been underrepresented, underserved, or under-resourced. The grant is designed for nonprofits in historically-marginalized communities that need help building capacity following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Public Notices

The 2024 Water Quality Report for 2023 is now available.
The awards have been announced.
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There's a Lot Happening Here

 

Join the Town Board Business using this link every second and fourth Mondays at 6:30 p.m.

The Planning Commission meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. Click here to join the meeting.

 

Land Use Code Update

View the Land Use Code. You may also visit Planning and Zoning to see the full code and zoning map project page for full details.