The 2022 Community Survey Results are displayed below. Additionally, comments provided during the survey are listed below by question asked.
We are pleased to present to you this year’s water quality report. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. Please contact KEN CHARLES at 970-882-7720 with any questions or for public participation opportunities that may affect water quality. Please see the water quality data from our wholesale system(s) (either attached or included in this report) for additional information about your drinking water.
To the residents of Dolores:
Bears in our area are out of hibernation and are hungry. The sheriff reported that there have already been many reports of bears trying to get into latched containers or actually getting into unlatched trash containers.
Presentation by Wildfire Adapted Partnership, Dolores Watershed Resilient Forest Collaboration (DWRF) and Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control
Sponsored by the Town of Dolores
Purpose: Fire Mitigation Options for Property Owners in Dolores
TOWN OF DOLORES
REGULAR MUNICIPAL ELECTION PETITIONS
Town of Dolores Objections to the USFS Environmental Assessment of the Salter Vegetation management Project
This will serve as the formal objection from the Town of Dolores with the Salter Y EA and the amount of total projected heavy commercial traffic use of the FS Rd 526 to CR 31 with the final exit from the Salter Y area through the town of Dolores via 11th Street. These objections were presented to the SJNF during the comment phase of the Draft EA on or around March 13, 2021.
More details available at the following link.
Montezuma County, CO – The Town of Mancos, Town of Dolores, City of Cortez and Montezuma County have put together resources for citizens who have utilized the eviction moratorium during the COVID-19 pandemic. The CDC issued a temporary 60-day extension when the federal eviction moratorium ended on July 31. The temporary extension is set to expire on October 3, 2021 and only covers counties with rapid increases in infection that would get worse with mass evictions.