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Montrose County Gunnison Sage-grouse Critical Habitat Map Available

Feb 13th @ 10:47 am

Montrose, CO – The United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has proposed to list the Gunnison Sage-grouse as an endangered species pursuant to the Endangered Species Act. This action requires FWS to designate critical habitat for the species. Populations of these birds are known to exist in portions of Montrose County, especially the Crawford/Maher [...]

Recap of Tri-County 912 Meeting

Feb 8th @ 2:03 pm

The Tri-County 912 Project meeting featuring Rick Dunlap as guest speaker on Feb 7th drew close to  200 people.   Rick spoke and fielded questions for nearly 2 hours assuring those present from any persuasion he was there to protect ALL of the residents of Montrose County.   Repeatedly he assured the crowd that he would uphold [...]

Ken Norris and Justin Musser with Montrose County

Jan 30th @ 11:42 am


Bosom Buddies Scholarship

Jan 22nd @ 7:55 am

Applications for the Bosom Buddies Scholarship are currently available to upcoming graduates of high schools in Montrose, Ouray or San Miguel Counties.  Applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements: have been diagnosed or have a parent/guardian diagnosed with breast cancer; have a minimum of a 2.0 high school GPA; and be accepted to an institution [...]

Personal Property Tax Credits for New and Expanding Businesses

Jan 17th @ 7:11 am

The recently amended statute authorizing Colorado counties to negotiate personal property tax credits for new and expanding businesses limits the credits to businesses that were established or expanded in “the current property tax year”. The current property tax year is 2013. Montrose County is in the process of developing application forms for considering personal property [...]

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Jan 16th @ 7:04 am

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Businesses Eligible for Personal Property Tax Credits in Montrose County

Jan 14th @ 4:50 pm

As part of an ongoing effort to support local economic activity, Montrose County is able to offer personal property tax credits for new and expanding businesses. State law allows Colorado counties to negotiate agreements for personal property tax credits with qualifying businesses. Due to a recent change in state statute, counties may now credit up [...]

597 Counties in 14 States Are Drought Disaster Areas

Jan 9th @ 11:17 am

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today designated 597 counties in 14 states (including Delta, Garfield, Hinsdale, Mesa, Montrose & San Miguel Counties) as primary natural disaster areas due to drought and heat, making all qualified farm operators in the areas eligible for low-interest emergency loans. These are the first disaster designations made by the U.S. Department [...]

January 2013 is Radon Action Month in Montrose

Jan 9th @ 11:08 am

The Montrose County Board of County Commissioners at their January 7, 2013 board meeting adopted a proclamation declaring January 2013 as Radon Action Month in Montrose County, Colorado. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer deaths in the United States and number one cause among non-smokers.  Montrose County has a high level of [...]

Montrose County Offices Closing At 2:30 Thursday

Dec 17th @ 3:15 pm

Montrose County has schedued a County-wide employee meeting on Thursday, December 20, 2012.  Most County offices will close at 2:30 pm in order to accommodate all employees’ schedules.  Please note that the Assessor’s office will remain open during this time. All critical functions will remain on duty or on-call as required. Regular business hours will resume on [...]

County Considers Leasing Facility

Dec 11th @ 7:01 am

As an ongoing effort to be fiscally responsible, Sheriff Rick Dunlap recently made the decision to close the work release building because it was not cost effective for the County to operate. Therefore, the 7th Judicial District Community Corrections Board (CCB) contracted service provider ICCS (Intervention Community Corrections Services) to lease the work release facility [...]

Small Business Tax Credit

Nov 16th @ 8:16 am

If you own a small business in Montrose County or any of our surrounding counties, you probably qualify to claim a state tax credit.  The majority of accountants and CPA’s in the region are kept informed.  Since the early 1900’s, more than 5-thousand businesses have been certified, with 55-hundred jobs created.  Paul Gray with Region [...]

Election Results

Nov 7th @ 7:35 am

In case you haven’t heard, President Obama gets 4 more years.  Here in Colorado, Scott Tipton wins the District 3 Congress vote.  Your State Representatives in District 54 is Jared Wright, District 55 Ray Scott, District 58 Don Coram and in District 59 Mike McLachlan.  In Montrose County, District 1 the County Commissioner race was [...]

Montrose County Motor Vehicle Office Closed Tuesday

Nov 1st @ 9:59 am

The Montrose County Motor Vehicle Office will be closed next Tuesday, November 6. Staff from that office will be helping with the Election that day. The Motor Vehicle Office will re-open on Wednesday, November 7th at 8:30 am.

NEWS: Friday January 29, 2010

Jan 29th @ 6:56 am

Notice of public hearing. Notice is hereby given for a public hearing concerning holding Primary Elections by Mail Ballot for Montrose County. The hearing will be held February 10, 2010 in the BOCC Board Room at 161 S. Townsend Ave. beginning at 7:00 p.m. The Public is invited to attend Written comments will be accepted [...]