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The last time the City adjusted the compensation for the Mayor and Councilmembers was 1981, which was 41 years ago.
City staff has reviewed the City’s budget and has determined the budget can handle an increase to the compensation for the Mayor and Councilmembers.
The Mayor and Councilmembers typically attend two regular Council meeting per month. In preparation for these meetings, they are asked to review meeting packets that are often lengthy. They also represent the City at various events and on committees, commissions, boards and tasks forces. The time spent by elected officials at meetings and events has steadily increased over the years.
Of the surrounding communities, Dacono has the one of the lowest rates of compensation for its Mayor and City Councilmembers. Below is a list of compensation rates for surrounding municipalities.
Monthly Rates of Compensation for City Councils/Boards of Trustees
The title of Public Works Director more accurately reflects the duties and responsibilities of a professional holding such a position. Using a job title widely used by professional associations, such as the American Public Works Association (APWA), is helpful when comparing compensation and job functions.
Many municipalities have a Public Works Director, and it is common for leaders of departments to be called Directors.
A building permit is an official approval to proceed with a construction project. It is intended to ensure that the project plans comply with local standards for land use, zoning, and construction. Contact Community Development at 303.833.2317 x128 to find out if your project requires a building permit.
The City of Dacono requires permits for indoor or outdoor structural work, freestanding structures (such as a fence, shed, or pool), or major changes to the living area of a home. The permit process ensures that minimum safety standards are met and that construction meets local building and zoning requirements. Make sure you understand the building codes and local ordinances before proceeding with a major improvement project. All commercial and multi-family projects require permits. For more information, contact the Community Development Department at 303.833.2317 ext 128.
Building permit fees are based on the type of work and an adopted valuation schedule. Contact the Department of Community Development at 303.833.2317 x128 for more information.
All contractors must be licensed by the City and pay an annual contractor’s license fee. Electricians do not need to purchase a City license but must be registered with the City.
The City of Dacono Department of Community Development exists to help make residential and business improvement projects safe and long-lasting. If you need more information about building permits, inspections, and fees, please call 303.833.2317 x128 between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday or contact us through the website.
Premises 1,000 square feet or less: $25.00;
Premises 1,001 square feet or more: $50.00;
The term setback means the required distance separating a building or structure from a property line. Setback regulations for buildings are included in the Zoning Ordinance in Chapter 16.
The City has adopted land use regulations for operating home businesses. The Dacono City Clerk licenses all home businesses. Contact the City Clerk at 303.833.2317 x123.
Home-based businesses are termed "home occupations" in the Zoning Ordinance. Home occupations meeting certain criteria are permitted in any residential district. Home occupations do not allow outside employees, exterior storage, the emission of odor, dust, gas, noise, vibration, smoke, heat, or glare beyond the boundary of the lot, or business activity between the hours of 9 PM and 9 AM. Businesses specifically prohibited as home occupations are restaurants, commercial stables/veterinary offices, appliance repair, welding or metal fabrication or equipment rental. For more information, contact the City Clerk at 303.833.2317 x123.
The City Council adopted an Economic Development and Business Assistance Policy. For more information, please contact the Community Development Department at 303.833.2317 x127.
Also nearby are Burrito Delight, Georgia Boys BBQ Company, Pete’s Place, Santiagos, Echo Brewing Company. LA Chinese Restaurant & Pho, and Hammer Time Pizza and Peel.
The City Clerk has a copy of the approved budget on file, and the current fiscal year budget can also be found on the "City Budget" webpage.
Please click here to view a copy of the most current annual audited financial statement. It also may be viewed during City Hall office hours in the Clerk’s office.
The City Connection is a quarterly publication mailed to all households with a water utility account. If you receive your water utility bill electronically, the publication can be found in the City of Dacono website.
Specific library locations and hours can be found on the High Plains Library District website.
Contact the High Plains Library District.
The Carbon Valley Regional Library is located at 7 Park Avenue, Firestone. Contact the location for hours of operation.
City Council members are elected at-large. The City of Dacono does not use the ward system. For information about City Council members, please view the City Council web page.
Call the Mayor's office directly at 303.833.2317 x126. Often, problems and concerns can be better handled by other City staff who have direct oversight for that particular area of concern.
For questions about driving school, contact Jennifer Walje at 303.833.3095 x140 M-F 8AM to 5PM. Registration is also available online.
Recreation programs are offered through the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District. Call the District at 303.833.3660 for more information.
Reservations for the pavilion at Clem Dufour Park are now being accepted. Currently only City of Dacono residents are permitted to rent the pavilion. All functions must be held in compliance with all applicable public health orders. Please contact Ashley Taylor at 303-833-2317 X 120 or email@example.com with any questions.
Recreational programs and camps are offered through the Carbon Valley Park Recreation Distict. Contact the District at 303-833-3660 or go to the District's website for more details.
Yes, the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District has an active adult program.
For a copy of an accident report, please visit https://secure.crashdocs.org/#/
If you are a victim of Domestic Violence, please contact your local law enforcement agency and make a report.
All streetlights in the City are owned and maintained by United Power. To request service on a streetlight, contact United Power with the pole identification number on the light and the street where the light is located. Contact United Power at 303-637-1350 to report an outage.
The city contracts with Vector Disease Control International (VDCI) for seasonal mosquito control. The services include: survey/mapping services of larval breeding sites, mosquito breeding site inspection and larviciding services (spraying), and adult mosquito trapping.
The tower holds one million gallons of treated water.
If you already have a sales tax account but don't know the City Code and/or password, contact Ashley Taylor by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (303-833-2317 x 120). If you've never logged into your account but you do have the City Code, temporary passwords default to the first "word" of the address (i.e. 123 Main Street is 123 or PO Box 500 is PO).
In Dacono, Sales Tax Registration is mandatory when any person is engaged in the business of selling tangible property, including food and taxable services, to the general public regardless of local presence, prior to the first day of conducting business.
Please contact the Dacono water department office at (303) 833-2317 ext.121. The title company or resident will need to submit a recorded warranty deed through Weld County to set up a new account with the City.
For more information or questions regarding your water account, please contact the Utility Billing department by phone at (303) 833-2317 ext.121, fax at (303) 833-5528, or email LCurci@CityofDacono.com. Please allow two business days for a response.
Trash service is provided to all residents by Waste Connections of Colorado and is billed on your monthly utility statement by the City. The billing for trash service is set up at the same time the water account is established. Please contact Waste Connections of Colorado at (303) 288-2100 to order extra service carts or with service issues. Trash is picked up every Thursday, except during their holiday schedule. Recycling is picked up every other Thursday.
The City of Dacono does not bill for sewer water. If you have questions about your sewer account, please contact St. Vrain Sanitation District at 303.682.4693.