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The applicant must meet the definition of a Primary Resident as provided in section 3.12.020 of the Town of Avon Municipal Code as well as submit an application and promissory note. Additional information
The HR office reviews the applications, checking requirements set forth by the hiring supervisor. If the applicant meets the set requirements, the interview committee is notified to review the application.
Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. (except for holidays)
VIN Inspections are for Town of Avon residents or Town of Avon business owners. There is a $10.00 fee. VIN Inspections will be conducted on Tuesday's from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. and on Thursday's from 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
The Avon Police Department requires
◦Title, registration, bill of sale or some legal proof of ownership for the vehicle
◦Current proof of insurance
◦A vaild drivers license
Fingerprints can be taken on Tuesday's from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. and on Thursday's from 12:00 - 4:00 p.m. You will need picture identification and there is a $10.00 fee.
Owners will be responsible for their dogs at all times while utilizing the off-leash area and must follow specific rules and regulations, which are posted on park signs. Some rules include:
Off-leash dogs must remain within the designated area.Off-leash dogs must be under vocal control by owners.Owners are responsible for immediate cleanup and disposal of all dog waste. Dogs are not allowed to swim in Nottingham Lake. More Information
To receive a copy of an incident or accident report the Avon Police Department requires a completed records request form. This can be submitted to the department by email, fax, mail or in person. If you do not have a case number, please provide information that includes: who, when, where and the officer’s name.
Upon completion of the records release form we will then send you the report via email, fax or U.S. mail. If you are involved in the report there is no fee. However, if you are not involved in the report the following fees will apply:
Once documentation is compiled and the application is complete, the Applicant should then schedule a meeting with the Road and Bridge Division by calling (970) 748-4100. ROW Permit Checklist, Conditions & Application
Public Works conducts an annual "Spring Clean Up" each May, TBA. Removal and disposal of qualified items is free because the Town of Avon sponsors this as a service to its residents. To initiate a pick-up, please call Avon Public Works at (970) 748-4100 and leave a message as to the item(s) requiring disposal and the date when you request pickup. Then place the items at the curbside of your property. Qualifying items include: most used appliances, furniture, yard waste, regular garbage, and other items which are routinely accepted at the landfill. Public Works personnel will collect these items between the hours of 8 am - 5 pm Monday through Thursday and 8 am to 2 pm on Friday. We regret that we cannot accommodate requests outside of these dates or collection of non-qualified items. Please note that items with special handling and disposal requirements do not qualify for this program. For example, we cannot pick up tires, construction debris, hazardous and toxic waste (e.g., paints, motor oil, batteries, etc.), fluorescent light bulbs, refrigerators and freezers. Please contact Eagle County (970) 328-3470 for recycling and disposal methods of these items.
Email or call the Town Engineer at (970) 748-4045.
Special event information can be found on the Special Events page www.avon.org/events. If you are looking for a place to hold your special event, the Town of Avon is the perfect venue! Contact our Special Event Manager at (970) 748-4065.
The Town of Avon has several beautiful parks for your enjoyment. Harry A. Nottingham Park is located in the core of town. Avon's Whitewater Park located beneath "Bob the Bridge". Pocket Parks located throughout Avon.
1. Independent blight study or conditions survey has been prepared and presented first, to the municipalities urban redevelopment authority or board, and second, to their Council;2. Market analysis has been completed in order to determine the potential for future uses within the urban renewal area, and their potential timing; 3. Urban renewal plan document and supporting financing plan (impact analysis) have been prepared;4. Stakeholder have been contacted and invited to comment on future uses and required improvements within the area;5. Council accepts the findings of the conditions survey and adopts (by resolution) the urban renewal plan.
When a redevelopment project is being planned, the urban renewal authority or board analyzes how much additional property and/or sales taxes may be generated once it is completed. That “tax increment” then can be used by the urban renewal entity either to finance the issuance of bonds or to reimburse developers for a portion of their project costs. In either case, the new tax revenue that is created must be used for improvements that have a public benefit and that support the redevelopment effort, such as site clearance, streets, utilities, parks, the removal of hazardous materials or conditions, or site acquisition.
Source: Denver Urban Renewal Authority
(a) Slum, deteriorated, or deteriorating structures;(b) Predominance of defective or inadequate street layout;(c) Faulty lot layout in relation to size, adequacy, accessibility, or usefulness;(d) Unsanitary or unsafe conditions;(e) Deterioration of site or other improvements;(f) Unusual topography or inadequate public improvements or utilities;(g) Defective or unusual conditions of title rendering the title non-marketable;(h) The existence of conditions that endanger life or property by fire or other causes;(i) Buildings that are unsafe or unhealthy for persons to live or work in because of building code violations, dilapidation, deterioration, defective design, physical construction, or faulty or inadequate facilities;(j) Environmental contamination of buildings or property; (k.5) The existence of health, safety, or welfare factors requiring high levels of municipal services or substantial physical underutilization or vacancy of sites, buildings, or other improvements;(l) If there is no objection of such property owner or owners and the tenant or tenants of such owner or owners, if and, to the inclusion of such property in an urban renewal area, “blighted area” also means an area that, in its present condition and use and, by reason of the presence of any one of the factors specified in paragraphs (a) to (k.5) of this subsection (2), substantially impairs or arrests the sound growth of the municipality, retards the provision of housing accommodations, or constitutes an economic or social liability, and is a menace to the public health, safety, morals or welfare. For purposes of this paragraph (1), the fact that an owner of an interest in such property does not object to the inclusion of such property in the urban renewal area does not mean that the owner has waived any rights of such owner in connection with laws governing condemnation.
Source: Colorado Revised Statute 31-25-103(2).
1 Determine Project Planning Area Boundaries; 2 Verify Presence and Location of Blighting Conditions; 3 Prepare Conditions Survey *; 4 Present Conditions Survey Findings to Urban Renewal Entity and Council for Acceptance; 5 Identify Market Opportunities Within Area and Quantify Timing; 6 Together with Stakeholders – Define Future Role of Area in Community; 7 Prepare Urban Renewal Plan; 8 Complete Financial Analysis (Tax Increment Finance – TIF); 9 Complete Impact Analysis (as per legislation) and Share With All Impacted Taxing Bodies; 10 Present Urban Renewal Plan to Urban Renewal Entity and Council for Adoption; 11 Issue Request for Projects; 12 Implement Plan
* Based on conditions survey findings, modify boundaries for urban renewal area, if necessary.
Source: Leland Consulting Group, (303) 458-5800, www.lelandconsulting.com