Public Notices / RFP / RFB
In response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and in support of preventative measures promoted by global, national, state and local public health authorities, City Facilities will be temporarily closed to the public - this is a precautionary action to aid in slowing the spread of this virus. Updates will be regularly posted at centralcity.colorado.gov/COVID-19.
City of Central facilities will be closed to the public effective Friday March 13, 2020 (until further notice).
This closure applies to the following buildings:
- City Hall - 141 Nevada Street
- Central City Visitor Center - 103 Eureka Street
Due to the temporary closure of our casinos, the inter-city shuttle between Central City and Black Hawk will not be operating.
Building Permits and Processes
Please note the following information for building permits and Certificates of Appropriateness while City Hall is closed to the public.
Please submit any building permit applications electronically to Zeke at email@example.com.
All building permits which expire in the next 30 days (on or before April 15, 2020) will automatically be extended by 30 days unless life safety issues are at stake.
To remit payment for building permits, contact Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply for a Contractor License, contact Reba at email@example.com.
Historic District - Certificates of Appropriateness
Please contact Lindsey at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your projects in the Historic District.
Administrative Certificates of Appropriateness will continue to be processed as usual.
Certificates of Appropriateness requiring Historic Preservation Commission approval will be suspended until further notice, as HPC will not meet until after City Hall is reopened to the public.
Xcel Energy has issued a statement on COVID-19 responses which can be found here. Please contact Xcel Energy directly if you are having difficulty paying your bills at this time.
Trails Master Plan
The City of Central is preparing the Central City Trails Master Plan (Plan) paid for in part by Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO). The Plan will address potential trail development for an intra-city trail network, trail connections to neighboring networks, and outdoor recreational opportunities. Important dates for public participation will be posted on the Trails Page.
If you have questions, concerns, or would like to stay up to date on all communications related to this project, please contact Lisa Roemhildt at email@example.com or (303) 582.5251 to be added to the distribution list.