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While the City's animal control officer [(970) 249-9110] can provide assistance, it is usually best to try to resolve the matter with the animal's owner before contacting the City.
Alta Vista Animal Hospital - 249-8185
Montrose Veterinary Clinic - 249-5469
Morning Star Veterinary Clinic - 249-8022
San Juan Veterinary Clinic - 249-4490
Pat Shank Veterinary Clinic - 249-4241
The cost to purchase a license is $15 for intact dogs, $5 for spayed / neutered dogs. Rabies vaccinations are required for dogs and cats, however there is no provision for licensing cats. More details about City of Montrose dog licensing policies can be found in the Animal Control Regulations (Chapter 6-2, City of Montrose Municipal Code.
The Montrose Animal Protection Agency (MAPA) offers vouchers through local veterinarians to assist with the cost of spaying/neutering. Please contact your family veterinarian to ask about this service. The fee for adopting pets from the Animal Shelter includes spay/neuter and vaccination.
Call the Animal Shelter at 240-1487 for more information.
If 1-2 other non-golfing family members would like to tag along to support their junior golfer, an extra cart can be rented for only $5, depending upon cart availability.
We also include FREE range passes with the purchase of any Youth Annual Pass for kids 11-17 years of age because we know that practice is the most important path to success.
Garage sale signs may be placed on the private property where the sale is taking place.
Recreational vehicles with current registration may be parked on City streets, but only temporarily.
Drop the application off in person at:City Hall433 S. First StreetMontrose, CO
Fax application to: 970-240-1492
Applications must be postmarked by the application deadline.
The interview and selection process may include:-Written tests to measure job-related knowledge or aptitude in a particular area.-Oral interviews to discuss job history and to assess a candidate's oral communication, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills.-Performance tests to assess a candidate's ability to perform job-related tasks.-Physical ability tests or medical examinations to assess a candidate's ability to meet the physical requirements of a particular job.-Polygraph examinations, psychological evaluation, medical evaluations, background investigations and other similar types of examinations or evaluations may be used to assess a candidate's suitability for a particular position.
Some city positions may require an applicant to pass a pre-employment reference screen, criminal history check, or drug screen.
All vacancies are filled through a competitive process designed to ensure that appointments are made on the basis of job-related criteria. Discrimination on the basis of an applicant's religious or political opinions or affiliations, or because of their race, color, sex, creed, national origin, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, disability or genetic information is prohibited. The City of Montrose is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
NOTE: The Montrose Community Web Portal includes job postings from the city as well as other portal members, including Montrose County. Please take note of the organization whose name is listed in the job posting and use the employment application and contact information for that organization.
The total sales tax rate is 8.75% for restaurants and 8.85% for hotel / lodging establishments. Get more sales tax information ...
State and Montrose County tax must be remitted to the Colorado Department of Revenue.
The total sales tax rate is 8.75% for restaurants and 8.85% for hotel / lodging establishments. View other questions about city finances ...
You can also report issues without downloading the app by using the online tool. View other questions about public works ...
The city is not responsible for the customer's failure to use sanitation services properly. If the city is responsible for the missed pickup, please call 240-1480 to correct the problem. View other questions about city trash services ...
Large 3' x 4' paper maps featuring zoning, street index, and subdivisions are available for purchase at City Hall. The zoning and street index maps may also be downloaded for free from the Mapping and GIS page under “Frequently Requested Maps”. Specialty maps may be requested from the GIS Department with pricing based on the size of the map and time needed to create it. Call (970) 240-1473 for information.
Each online map has a help button in the upper right corner of the map. Additionally, there are tutorials that cover each of the online map tools. Select Interactive Map Tutorials to access them. You may also call or email the GIS Department to request help.
Please contact Mike Norris at 970-240-1451 or via email at email@example.com
If you think you might need a permit for your business, please call the pretreatment office (970-241-1451) to schedule an appointment for an inspector to evaluate your business operations and determine if a permit is appropriate.
The fees are based on the amount of waste usage and are billed once every three years.
Contact the court at 240-1428 for more information concerning the status of your case.
You can also report issues without downloading the app by using the online tool.
All other street lights within the City of Montrose are maintained by the Colorado Department of Transportation. If a traffic signal is malfunctioning, please call the Colorado State Patrol at 249-4392. For questions regarding traffic signal operations such a light synchronization, please call the Colorado Department of Transportation at (970)248-7230.
Glass materials are likely to break during the automated collection process, resulting in contamination to other materials and making it more difficult to process materials at the sorting facility. Glass can be taken to the Montrose Recycle Center at 1901 64.50 Road.
Collection will be delayed until Friday of the same week. If your recycling cart is filled to capacity prior to the next collection day, a special pick-up can be scheduled by calling 240-1480. Unscheduled collection services will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis. City-observed holidays are: New Years Day, President's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
The effectiveness of the single-stream recycling program increases with the number of households that participate. However, if you do not wish to participate, please call 240-1480 and the city will arrange to pick up your recycling container.
All trash must be placed in the trash container and containers should not be overfilled. Detailed information about special trash collection services is available here: Special Waste Disposal Services
The holidays observed by the city are: New Years Day, President's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
Notices are routinely placed on utility bills to alert customers to changes in collection schedules due to holidays.
The city is not responsible for the customer's failure to use sanitation services properly. If the city is responsible for the missed pickup, please call 240-1480 to correct the problem.
To minimize administrative costs, customers requesting additional containers will be required to maintain the service for a minimum of eight months. Call 240-1400 for further information about obtaining an additional trash container.
Refrigerators may be delivered to the City Shop during business hours only, Monday through Thursday, 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Payment by check is acceptable or the cost can be billed to your city utility account. To schedule an appliance pickup, call 240-1480.