City of Idaho Springs
October 4, 2021
|Mayor Michael Hillman||Wonder Martell||Nathan Buseck||Jonathan Cain|
|City Administrator Andrew Marsh||John Bordoni||Jerad Chipman|
Mayor Michael Hillman
The City is working on the 2022 Budget. Budget Meetings are ongoing. The 2022 Budget will be considered for adoption by City Council in December.
The City will be hosting a Chamber of Commerce Mixer on Wednesday October 13 at 5:30 PM at Tommyknockers for a public review of the Downtown Master Plan. Everyone is welcome to attend.
A draft of the City’s Downtown Master Plan, Downtown Idaho Springs IS… is being finalized and will brought before Planning Commission on Wednesday October 6 and City Council on October 18 for adoption.
Free Vaccines are available at walk in clinics throughout the County on Wednesdays; Vaccinations are available at Safeway anytime. There is also free COVID testing available throughout the County. Details are available on the County’s Website.
The City is working on a downtown parking structure and mobility hub in partnership with CDOT and Downtown Property Owners.
The Marketplace will be kept open until November 24th.
Idaho Springs Police Department
The Idaho Springs Police Department has two openings. Applications are available on the City Website.
Local Businesses can require patrons to wear masks. Those that do not comply can be charged with criminal trespass.
City Clerk Diane Breece
City Hall has closed for the week. It is possible to make appointments to do business over the phone or through the mail slot.
City Council and Commissions have returned to Virtual Meetings.
Outside groups are not allowed to meet in person at City Hall.
Planner Jerad Chipman
Review of the Downtown Master Plan by Planning Commission will be this week. There will be a public review of the plan next Wednesday; City Council will consider it on Monday the 18th.