Pueblo County Department of Engineering and Public Works Wins Award
Pueblo County’s Department of Engineering & Public Works received “2012 Best Overall Quality” in the City Street, New or Reconstruction division by the Colorado Asphalt Pavement Association (CAPA).
The Colorado Asphalt Pavement Association recently presented the “2012 Best Overall Quality” award to the Pueblo County Department of Engineering and Public Works in recognition of the reconstruction of McCulloch Boulevard in Pueblo West, Colorado. The...
Pueblo Wins 2013 Governor's Historic Preservation Award
Lieutenant Governor Joe Garcia and History Colorado honored the City of Pueblo and Historic Pueblo Inc. at History Colorado's 27th Annual Historic Preservation Awards Ceremony on February 6th in Denver. The award recognizes projects that preserve and protect Colorado's diverse history and heritage. The City of Pueblo and Historic Pueblo, Inc. were recognized for the Pueblo Neighborhood Heritage Enhancement Project.
Pueblo Wins the 2013 Governor's Arts Award
Gov. John Hickenlooper recently announced that the cities of Aspen and Pueblo are the recipients for the 2013 Governor's Arts Award. The cities will be honored at the closing luncheon of the 2nd Annual Creative Industries Summit on April 12, 2013 in Pueblo.
Emergency Utilities Registry for Persons with Disabilities
People who depend on electricity or gas for life sustaining equipment may register with their utilities for priority service when there is a power outage at the following contacts:
Black Hills Energy - Medical Emergency Opt-In
Customer Service Center: 1-888-890-5554.
Xcel Energy - Medical Emergency Opt-In
Customer Service Center: 1-800-895-4999.
The City of Pueblo has Finally Reached the Top in a Survey of Top-ranked Technology Performance
The Center for Digital Government and Digital Communities today announced the top-ranked local governments in its 10th annual Digital Cities Survey. The survey recognizes municipalities that successfully incorporate information technology into operations to better serve constituents, businesses, and city government.
After several years of competing, the City of Pueblo was ranked 1st in the survey among cities with similar populations size.