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After submitting your payment, you will receive an e-mail confirmation. Payments made M-F before 10:00 pm (except holidays) will be credited to your account as of that business day. Payments made after hours will be credited to your account as of the following business day.
For more information, please call Utility Billing at 303-926-2700. Utility Billing
- Proof of current rabies vaccination - The name, physical address and telephone number of the owner of the dog - Veterinarian proof of neuter or spay
Fees - Spayed or neutered dogs: $10 - Non-spayed or non-neutered dogs: $15
To download an application, please visit the Licenses and Permit section on the Town’s website. For more information, Please contact Pet Licensing at 303-926-2700 Pet Licensing
Additionally, during a Special Meeting on Wednesday, March 7, 2012, the Board of Trustees approved an ordinance imposing a temporary (180 Days) moratorium on the acceptance, processing and approval of any land use applications related to mining and mineral extraction – including oil and gas development. The moratorium, approved as an emergency ordinance, is effective immediately. Reasons given in the proposed ordinance for the imposition include:
• To allow time to enter into an agreement between the Town and oil and gas operators wherein the operators would voluntarily agree to comply with Town requirements. Such requirements may exceed Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission requirements - including a plan to reduce airborne Volatile Organic Compounds related to mineral extraction.
• To review the Town's Unified Development Code with regard to oil and gas development regulations, with an eye towards updating if there are reasons to do so.
According to Town Ordinance:
"Golf Cars shall be restricted to operation on streets and roadways within the Town of Erie which have a speed limit of Twenty-five miles per hour (25 mph) or less, and to operation on Mountain View Boulevard; except that a Golf Car may be operated to directly cross a roadway that has a speed limit greater than Twenty-five miles per hour (25 mph) at an at-grade crossing to continue traveling along a roadway with a speed limit equal to or less than Twenty-five miles per hour (25 mph). If the owner of the Golf Car resides at a street address where operation of a Golf Car is not allowed due to this speed restriction, the owner shall be allowed to drive the shortest route to and from the owner’s residence to a street where the Golf Car is allowed to operate."
The ordinance does not allow one to drive on streets that are greater than 25 mph except:
1. If you live on one that would otherwise not allow you to leave your house (because the limit is greater than 25 mph) or 2. on Mountain View Boulevard
BACKGROUND:During their August 24th meeting, the Board of Trustees approved an ordinance permitting the operation of Golf Cars on town streets modeled after a similar ordinance adopted by the Town of Bow Mar, Colorado. The ordinance applies to either electrical or gas powered Golf Cars, but is restricted to Golf Cars as defined by the State.
This ordinance is effective October 1, 2010.
“Golf Car”, as set forth in Colorado Revised Statutes § 42-1-102, means a self-propelled vehicle not designed primarily for operation on roadways and that has: at least three wheels in contact with the ground; an empty weight of not more than one thousand three hundred pounds; and a carrying capacity of not more than four persons.
Every Golf Car shall be equipped, at a minimum, with the following equipment: Front headlamps; front and rear turn signal lamps; rear tail lamps and stop lamps; a rear view mirror or mirrors; a parking brake; a front windshield; seat belts for each occupant; two rear reflectors as either part of the tail lamps or separately; and, a slow moving vehicle sign - as provided for by State law - shall be attached on the rear of the Golf Car.
The ordinance also includes but is not limited to the following:
• Operators must be 21 years of age or older with valid driver’s license
• Operators must have liability insurance
• Access restricted to streets which have a speed of 25 mph or less ** Exception: On streets where operation is not allowed due to this restriction, owners shall be allowed to drive the shortest route to and from owner’s residence to a street where the Golf Car is allowed.
• Golf cars are allowed on Mountain View Boulevard
• Prohibited use on Town paths or trails
• Child restraints per State Statutes
• A twenty-four month review of this ordinance
• Everyone operating a golf car shall be subject to all traffic laws
Please note: The most dangerous street conditions may occur when the day has been warm enough to melt snow and ice and then the temperature drops in the afternoon refreezing the melted snow and ice.
Our goal in plowing residential streets is to keep as much snow as possible off the road. We do not plow down to the pavement. The quickest way to plow snow is to push it to the side. This may mean that you will have to clear your driveway.
To help our crews perform in a safe and efficient manner:• Exercise extreme care, your safety and the safety of other motorists and pedestrians is the highest priority • Travel at a safe distance from snowplows at all times • Do not try to pass snow removal vehicles • Park off-street if possible• Do not shovel snow from your sidewalk and drive-way into the street• Do not attempt to stop a snow removal vehicle or obstruct its path
THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION AND CONSIDERATION!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION AND CONSIDERATION!