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Announcements!

  • Now that there is full time staff the Town Hall will be open all day Monday through Friday from 8AM to 4PM

 

  • March 14th 2022

The Town Hall is aware of the sulfur smell in the water. It is 100% safe and drinkable. The chlorine that is added to treat the water has not had enough time to aerate in the system. Please allow 24-48 hours for the system to cycle. We do sincerely apologize for any issues this may have caused; That being said, please keep in mind that this is just part of living in a small Town. If you have any questions of concerns please contact the Town Hall DIRECTLY at 303-769-4464

  • March 16th 2022 

The Town Hall is having issues dialing out on the landline phone, the problem is being addressed promptly but, if you are expecting a call please either email ali@townofdeertrail.org or call directly at 303-769-4464 until further notice, thank you, and sorry for any inconvenience.

  • March 18th 2022

Due to inclement weather the Town Hall was closed March 17th. 

  • March 29th 2022

The Town has been made aware of a smell in the water at some of the properties in Old Town. The issue is being addressed. Thank you for your patients 

  • April 11th 2022 

The official 2022 election results have been certified and posted on the door of the Town Hall. Turn out was lower than expected at around 20%

  • April 12th 2022

Josh Hendricks was appointed Mayor Pro Tem at Tuesday nights meeting

  • May 12th 2022

The Town Hall has taken down its flags due to the high winds, they will be back up tomorrow May the 13th.

Meetings

The Town Halls next scheduled meeting is June 14th at 7PM. Work sessions start at 6:30PM

Agendas are posted the Friday before any scheduled meeting and can be found at the following locations; online at townofdeertrail.colorado.gov, The Town Hall, The Post Office, Bijou Creek and both gas stations. We also welcome residents to come in person and pick an agenda up at the Town Hall.  

Town Water Project

Please contact Ali at the Town Hall if your water pressure has not increased in recent months