Official results for the 2016 June 28 Primary Election are available for viewing. You can view the official results by clicking here Official 2016...
Every five years, information about Pueblo County’s health is gathered. This shows the top health issues to work on. The information is collected...
In the Colorado Department of Human Services 2015 Annual C-Stat Performance Review the Pueblo County Department of Social Services (DSS) is...
FEMA has provided Pueblo County with preliminary copies of the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) and Flood Insurance Study (FIS) report for Pueblo...
The Pueblo County and City of Pueblo Partnership is accepting Applications for Community Service Programs for funding consideration for calendar year...
The Pueblo City-County Health Department’s 2015 Annual Report is now available. This report highlights activities during 2015: Public Health...
PHEF has just released the Pueblo County Scholarship application at www.phef.net. This scholarship is available to Pueblo County residents that are...
PUEBLO – After a year and half of vigorous negotiations directed by the Pueblo County Board of County Commissioners, Colorado Springs Mayor John...
City Council Member, At Large and Council President
City Council Member, At Large, President
City Council Member, District 1
City Council Member, At Large, Vice President
City Council Member, District 2
City Council Member, District 3
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The airport is located approximately five miles northeast of the Central Business District of Pueblo and is used for commercial passenger flights, charter, military, business, passenger service.
The City Manager is the Chief Executive Officer of the municipal corporation and is responsible for enforcement of the laws and ordinances of the City; for the appointments, suspension or removal of all employees (subject to Civil Service provisions); and for the preparation of the annual budget and the financial operation of the City.
The Mission of the City Clerk's Office is to provide quality support and assistance to the City Council, the City Administration and the Citizens of Pueblo in four areas consisting of the Liquor and Beer Licensing, Records Management, Municipal Elections and overall Clerk of the City Council.
The Civil Service Commission has the responsibility to recruit, screen, and test all applicants for the City’s classified service. This includes Police, Fire, Streets, Fleet Maintenance, Parks and other City Departments.
The mission of the Department of Finance is to provide the point of contact for the public and other agencies on all City financial matters; to provide seamless fiscal support and financial management advisory services for all other Departments and Activities functio; to maintain the official financial records of the City of Pueblo; and to provide reporting as necessary for accountability.
It is the Pueblo Fire Department's responsibility to protect the life and property of City residents and visitors.
Our mission is to provide decent housing, create a suitable living environment and expand economic opportunities, for low and moderate-income households.
Providing the comprehensive human resource function for City Departments including employment, classification, benefits, employee relations, equal employment opportunity, affirmative action, and research and analysis.
The mission of the Law Department is to provide quality legal services to the City in accordance with the Charter requirements. This mission is accomplished by providing prompt, courteous and professional service.
The City of Pueblo Municipal Court's mission is to provide an efficient, equitable, and impartial forum to hear and resolve alleged violations of the City of Pueblo Municipal Code and to effectively and efficiently impose and collect fines, costs, and penalties due the City of Pueblo.
Our goal is to allow every participant to have a positive experience whereby he/she not only learns skill development but also has fun and learns lifelong positive social skills.
The Department of Planning and Community Development oversees and facilitates the physical development of the City of Pueblo. The Department manages commercial, industrial and residential development; zoning code enforcement; long-range planning; environmental conservation; and urban transportation.
The Mission of the Pueblo Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the City of Pueblo by working cooperatively with our community and within the framework of the United States Constitution, to solve crime problems and to enforce the laws, preserve the peace, reduce fear and provide for a safe environment
The mission of the Department of Public Works is to maintain the City's infrastructure in a safe and functional condition, to meet all requirements of the Nation's Clean Water Act, and to ensure that all public improvements are designed and constructed in accordance with good engineering standards.
The Purchasing Department exists to provide city departments and outside agencies with a central location for purchasing goods, equipment, and services while encouraging an atmosphere of fairness, honesty and integrity in dealing with customers, suppliers, and staff.
The mission of Pueblo Transit Department is to provide safe, reliable and timely transit service to the public in a courteous and professional manner as cost effectively as possible.
The mission of the Wastewater Department is to collect and reclaim wastewater in a manner that is protective of public health and the environment.