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Next Tourism Advisory Board

September 8th, 2020 Tourism Advisory Board Meeting

September 08, 2020 12:00 pm





Next Planning Commission

August 18th, 2020 Planning Commission Meeting

August 18, 2020 6:00 pm





To the Citizens of the Town of Palisade,

The Board of Trustees and I know that we are all going through uncharted times. We want you all to know that the Town has been in contact with Mesa County Public Health daily and have been following all State and County suggestions on the ways to keep everyone healthy.

Things that each and every one of us can do in our daily lives is to keep our space distance, wash our hands, and above all, know that we will come out of this. We at Town Hall understand the anxiety that we have at present and are working through all of the options that are before us.

Know that the Town Board and staff are working for you during this time of unknowns.

Thank you, and stay well.

Mayor Roger Granat


UPDATED Wednesday, April 22, 2020

This is the latest plan with comments from the Governor – Mesa County Plan is different from the State.

It reflects the needs of the county.  There will probably be one more version by Monday.

Please click here to view the document.

 

UPDATED Wednesday, April 22, 2020

A message from DOLA: Emergency assistance now available

Emergency funding is now available for rent and mortgage assistance to low-income families facing financial hardship due to economic disruption associated with COVID-19.

The Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA), Colorado Division of Housing (DOH) awarded funding from Colorado’s Disaster Emergency Fund allocated through Governor Polis’ Executive Order D 2020 012 to 18 partner agencies. Two agencies will provide assistance to eligible Coloradans in all 64 counties: Salvation Army and Brothers Redevelopment.

DOH established a new online mapping tool to help Coloradans identify the entity providing emergency funding in their location. We are also encouraging applicants to go through 211 as additional or alternative resources may be available.

In order to qualify for assistance, households must have earned below 50% of the Area Median Income for their county prior to March 11, 2020. Income guidelines are available here.

Please click here to view CML's COVID-19 resource page.

 

UPDATED Thursday, March 26, 2020

Please click here to view a memo with Frequently Asked Questions from Governor Jared Polis regarding the Stay at Home Executive Order issued yesterday, March 25, 2020.

Also, please note that due to the Governor’s Stay at Home Executive Order, the Town of Palisade playgrounds, shelters, and outdoor court facilities are closed to the public until further notice.

At this time, restroom facilities remain open for use as long as we have the needed materials to safely clean and sanitize each facility daily.

Practice social distancing (maintain a distance of at least six feet apart), and please do not use any Town facilities if you are or have been exposed to someone exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19.

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UPDATE Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Please click here to view the full Governor's order and details of the exempt businesses, similar to what is in place now.  The links throughout this document give further detail. 


UPDATED Saturday, March 14, 2020

In response to the COVID 19 pandemic, the Town of Palisade has been working with the County Health & Emergency Response Department to plan in case of a pandemic outbreak.  The Police, Fire, and Emergency Services departments have protocols in place to keep themselves and our citizens safe, and with Governor Polis's emergency designation, we have access to the necessary supplies to equip our personnel.  We are also working with the region's Utility providers to ensure collaboration and uninterrupted services.  

With the first confirmed case in Mesa County, this necessitates limiting access to public buildings and putting in place policies to protect staff.  Rest assured, these measures are preventative, and Palisade is working alongside our County governments to keep our citizens safe.  At this point, it is important that we all follow the advice of the CDC and Mesa County Health Department, https://health.mesacounty.us/.  Social distancing and attention to hygiene will help minimize the spread of COVID 19. 


UPDATED Saturday, March 14, 2020

TOWN FACILITY CLOSURES AND SERVICES UPDATE

With the first presumptive case of COVID-19 in Mesa County, the Town is making the following changes to Town facilities and programs. These service changes are intended to limit interpersonal contact, which will help slow the spread of the virus.

Facility Closures:

 - Veteran's Memorial Community Center

Program & Event Cancellations:

- All recreation programs listed on our recreation calendar a canceled until further notice.

 The Planning Commission Meeting scheduled for March 17th  will be postponed until April 21st (We had already canceled the April 7th meeting due to Elections).  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Town Hall at (970) 464-5602 or email lreynolds@townofpalisade.org.

The Town respectfully asks that residents only visit fire stations for emergency reasons and to limit social visits to our Town Hall.

The Town recognizes that residents may not want to travel to public spaces. For individuals who need to conduct business at a Town Hall, our staff is willing to assist folks to conduct business over the phone and online.


UPDATED Friday, March 13, 2020

The Town of Palisade is working with regional and state agencies to monitor and be prepared for any outbreak that might occur of the COVID-19 virus in Mesa County.  It is most important that citizens stay informed and follow the protocols recommended by the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as explained and continually updated on Mesa County Health Department site, https://health.mesacounty.us/covid19/. Remember, wash your hands, keep your hands away from your face, stay in if you are sick and contact your doctor if your symptoms get worse.

 Everyone is doing all they can right now to stay safe and healthy.  To help limit interpersonal contact, which will help slow the spread of the virus, please remember that The Town of Palisade offers online payment options for utility bills and traffic citations at www.townofpalisade.org. You can also call us at (970) 464-5602 and make payments by check or credit card for all bills, citations, planning clearances, etc.

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