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New Dog Attack Details

Feb 11th @ 9:53 am

This story comes from KKCO TV-11 in Grand Junction http://www.nbc11news.com/home/headlines/Montrose-officials-release-new-details-on-dog-attack-190564781.html and additional info comes from the Western Slope Watchdog http://westernslopewatchdog.com/2013/02/western-slope-media-round-up-for-february-9-2013/ Montrose City officials have released more detailed information about Dutch, a service dog accused of attacking a woman and sending her to the hospital.  Authorities say on November 14, 2012, Montrose Animal Control officers were notified they were [...]

City of Montrose Day on KUBC AM 580

Feb 4th @ 3:16 pm

New Assistant City Manager Rob Joseph, Council Member Judy Ann Files and City Manager Bill Bell visited KUBC Radio today to discuss many issues with Jim Kerschner.  Click on the link to hear the entire interview. CITY OF MONTROSE BILL BELL, ROB JOSEPH & JUDY ANN FILES

City of Montrose Traffic Safety Advisory

Feb 1st @ 8:01 am

The portion of 6700 Road from Highway 50 to Miami Road will be closed to through traffic for three days, beginning Tuesday, February 5.  The road will remain closed from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day while guard rails on the west side of the bridge are repaired.  Bridge repairs will affect only through [...]

City Employees Honored for Outstanding Service

Feb 1st @ 5:38 am

  Public Improvement Inspector/Stormwater Coordinator John Zarkis and Finance Director Shani Wittenberg have been recognized for their outstanding service to the City of Montrose.  At a recent awards ceremony, John Zarkis was honored as the city’s 2012 Employee of the Year and Shani Wittenberg received the Manager’s Excellence in Service Award. John has worked in [...]

Updated Emergency Notification System in Montrose

Jan 24th @ 9:12 am

This story comes from KJCT 8 TV.  Click on the link below to see the video story. http://www.kjct8.com/news/Updated-Emergency-Notification-System-in-Montrose/-/163152/18256824/-/dfk1yfz/-/index.html Officials want to be up on the latest technology and hope by staying current community members will be able to access information right from their fingertips. Safety officials in Montrose use the emergency notification system, a program [...]

Help Prevent Frozen Water Lines

Jan 23rd @ 7:38 am

Unusually cold temperatures are causing numerous frozen water lines throughout the city. Residents are strongly encouraged to be diligent about minimizing the possibility of freezing water lines by taking a few simple precautions. In many cases problems can be avoided by simply allowing interior faucets to trickle. Maintaining water flow in the line helps prevent [...]

Emergency Notification System Test

Jan 16th @ 10:06 am

On Thursday morning, January 24th, the Montrose Police Department will be testing the Emergency Notification System.  The test will consist of automated phone calls and will reach approximately 500 residents in the city. The residents do not need to take any action as a result of the telephone call.  The annual test allows the Police Department and [...]

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Jan 16th @ 7:04 am

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Montrose Planning Commission Agenda

Dec 11th @ 7:03 am

CITY OF MONTROSE PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA City Council Chambers 5 p.m. December 12, 2012 The 11:00 rule will be enforced. All public hearings scheduled and noticed to be heard today must begin prior to 11:00 p.m. or they will be rescheduled. If the Planning Commission is discussing an agenda item, but has not voted on [...]

Today Is America Recycles Day

Nov 15th @ 9:08 am

Today is America Recycles Day.  Montrose residents will start receiving green or blue carts soon for the new single-stream curbside recycling program, that starts after the new year.  This service will be free to all Montrose city residential sanitation customers.  All recyclable materials will go into a 90-gallon cart for collection. Further details will be [...]

Montrose City Attorney Announces Retirement Plans

Nov 8th @ 12:09 pm

City Attorney Russ Duree has decided to retire after nine years of service with the City of Montrose to spend time with his family.  He has agreed to extend his employment with the city to allow time to recruit his replacement and provide a smooth transition of duties once the new attorney is hired.  An [...]

NEWS: Wednesday January 27, 2010

Jan 27th @ 7:11 am

The Montrose Police Department is investigating a case of arson at Montrose High School. According to NBC 11 News police say two fires were set on different days in boys bathrooms. There was some damage but no one was hurt.  The school was never evacuated but police and fire officials were called on the scene [...]