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Seniors and disabled can work off property taxes

Any property tax payer at least 60 years old or who has a disability may volunteer their time to work off property taxes.
 
There are 44 different eligible volunteer programs available in the Pueblo County Property Tax Work Off Program.
Click here for a list of volunteer opportunities
 

Pueblo’s oldest custom-framing business recognized by County Commissioners

PUEBLO – A 31-year-old creative industry business was selected as the December recipient of the Spotlight on Local Business Award.  Classic Corner was recognized at a Pueblo Board of County Commissioners’ meeting on Wednesday, December 20, 2017.  Classic Corner is currently located at 909 N. Elizabeth Street in Pueblo.
 

Pueblo County one of most solar-friendly communities in U.S.

PUEBLO –  Pueblo County was recently recognized for being one of the most solar-friendly communities in the U.S, by a program funded by the U.S. Department of Energy. On Wednesday, December 13, Pueblo County was awarded a Bronze SolSmart plaque for the County’s work to remove barriers to solar growth.
 

Front Range Passenger Rail proposal delivered to Legislature

PUEBLO – A legislative proposal for the development of a Front Range Passenger Rail system, from Trinidad to Fort Collins, was submitted to the Colorado State Legislature by the Southwest Chief and Front Range Passenger Rail Commission on Friday, December 1.
 

Pueblo working to prevent disaster-related deaths in at-risk populations

PUEBLO – Pueblo has been doing a great job for years planning for disasters and emergencies to ensure the local population’s needs are met. One of the reasons why Pueblo is so prepared for emergencies is because of events like the one hosted by the Pueblo Area Agency on Aging (PAAA) on Friday, December 1, 2017.
 

County dedicates holiday lighting to need for more foster, adoptive parents

PUEBLO – Pueblo County dedicated its annual Historic Courthouse Holiday Lighting ceremony to the need for more foster parents in the community.
 
Pueblo County Commissioner Garrison Ortiz emceed the lighting ceremony which also kicked off a family-entertainment gift card drive to benefit foster families.
 

New small business owner recognized as November Spotlight on Local Business recipient

PUEBLO – A small business, which has only been in business in Pueblo for nine months, has achieved the November Spotlight on Local Business Award. City Center Interiors, founded February 1, 2017, was recognized for their achievement at the Pueblo Board of County Commissioners’ meeting on Monday, November 20, 2017.  City Center Interiors, a window covering and flooring business, is located at 127 N. Santa Fe Avenue, in Pueblo.
 

Pueblo County celebrates 10th Adoption Day

PUEBLO – Seven children found their forever homes on Friday, November 17, 2017 during Pueblo County’s 10th Adoption Day celebration. Five families adopted the seven children during the final adoption hearings held in the Honorable Judge Schwartz’ courtroom at the Dennis Maes Judicial Building. 
 

Buy Local Advisory Board spotlights local business Vance's Bicycle World

PUEBLO – A man who has devoted his life to bicycles was selected as the October recipient of the Pueblo County Spotlight on Local Business Award.  Vance Hubersberger, owner of Vance’s Bicycle World, was recognized at a Pueblo Board of County Commissioners’ meeting on Wednesday, October 18, 2017.  Vance’s Bicycle World is currently located at 2200 S. Prairie Avenue in Pueblo.
 

Reason#2 - Three reasons people don’t do foster care, and why they’re wrong

Myth #2: I can’t afford to be a foster parent
 
PUEBLO – Adoption through foster care costs little to nothing, yet one of the most common myths of foster care and adoption is, “I cannot afford to be a foster parent,” or “I cannot afford to adopt.”
 

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