Yes. The Erie Police Department has a dedicated Code Enforcement Officer. See more and find contact information on the Code Enforcement & Animal Control webpage.
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The Town of Erie sends Oil & Gas Operations email and text alerts to subscribers. Subscribe with the Notify Me menu or view the archive of all oil and gas notifications that have been sent to the Town of Erie Oil & Gas subscribers.
All oil and gas applications are reviewed at a Public Hearing by the Planning Commission and Board of Trustees during regularly scheduled meetings.
All Public Hearings are published for public notice. To receive meeting notifications that include a link to the meeting agenda, visit the Notify Me webpage. Once on the Notify Me site, choose “Town Event Calendar” and select to receive notices via email and/or text on your mobile device.
The Board of Trustees are not full-time employees of the Town. For the most expeditious reply, please email Town Staff at email@example.com. This is also the best place to ask any administrative or process questions.
For policy questions, or other comments directed at the Board, you may email the Board of Trustees or call 303-926-2777 to leave the Board a voicemail. Follow the prompts to leave a message for the entire board or individual members. For individual email addresses visit the Board of Trustees webpage.
Trash and recycling haulers operating within the Town of Erie offer various levels of recycling services and options. Please contact your hauler directly for more information. Additionally, the Town of Erie Department of Public Works maintains the Recycling Center drop-off location.
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The Town of Erie Parks and Recreation Department accepts applications for facility rentals such as park shelters, meeting rooms, and athletic fields. View the Rentals webpage for more information.
To assess if your property is located in or near an area that has a high flood risk, or is near either a Federal Emergency Management Agency regulated floodplain or a local regulatory floodplain:
For floodplain questions and recent floodplain changes in your property, contact your local floodplain contact Wendi Palmer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-926-2875.
For questions on preparing for an emergency, contact your office of emergency management, or Chief Kim Stewart at email@example.com or 303-441-4444.
Effective Oct. 1, 2010, licensed drivers 21 years of age or older may drive their golf carts on streets that have speed limits of 25 miles per hour or less. Golf carts are NOT permitted on Town of Erie trails. Further details are provided below.
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:
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 Oct. 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:
The ordinance also includes but is not limited to the following:
Download a Golf Car flyer, courtesy of the Erie Police Department.