City and Government

The City of Pueblo has a long and colorful history dating back to 1842, when it was called Fort Pueblo. What brought our city from a small fort in southern Colorado to the backbone of Colorado were the ore mines. This area once housed four separate towns: Pueblo, South Pueblo, Central Pueblo, and Bessemer. These four towns together now make up the City of Pueblo.

Assessor

Value all real and personal property within Pueblo County for tax purposes, and maintains, keeps, and gathers all property records in Pueblo County (ownership, legals, lot sizes, etc).

Board of Pueblo County Commissioners

The Board of Pueblo County Commissioners is elected by voters to represent three individual districts within Pueblo County. The board serves as the administrative and policy-setting authority of Pueblo County and provides services outlined in the Constitution of the State of Colorado, including approving an annual balanced budget, overseeing the provision of government services, land use management, engineering/public works, roads and bridges, housing and human services, veterans, and social services.

Budget & Finance

The mission of the department is to develop an annual financial plan for Pueblo County, monitor actual performance against budget goals throughout the year, and maintain a governmental accounting and financial reporting system.

Clerk and Recorder

The Clerk and Recorder is responsible for recording deeds, registering automobiles, issuing marriage licenses, registering voters, administering elections and maintaining records for the Board. The Clerk and Recorder's Office is made up of several divisions, which includes Motor Vehicle, Elections, Recording, Liquor Licensing and Clerk to the Board.

Coroner

The Pueblo County Coroner's Office is headed by James Kramer MPAS, PA-C Diplomat of the American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigation. He has been Coroner since November 1977.

Correctional Services

It is the mission of the Correctional Services office to offer high-level planning and administrative services in the areas of Community Corrections, Alternatives to Incarceration, and jail overcrowding relief in order to ensure the safety of the citizens of Pueblo County and to ensure that tax dollars are wisely spent in these areas.

County Attorney

The County Attorney is a County Officer created by the Colorado Constitution. By State Statute the County Attorney is appointed by the Board of County Commissioners to provide civil legal services for the Board of County Commissioners, the County's Elected Offices and Departments as well as other entities as assigned by the Board of County Commissioners.

Countywide Reports

Pueblo County

Demographic Data

Click on the following links to view economic and demographic data based on county, municipality, or zip code:

District Attorney - Tenth Judicial District

The District Attorney's office represents the People's interests in prosecuting criminal cases, seeking justice for victims, and advocating measures to reduce criminal behavior in our community. (Civil cases do not normally involve the DA's office unless there is evidence of criminal activity, such as fraud or extortion.)

Facilities

30-11-104 C.R.S. mandates that the County, at its own expense, shall provide a suitable courthouse, a sufficient jail and other necessary County buildings and keep them in repair.

Fleet Management

The Fleet Management Department is the vehicle and equipment service and repair entity for Pueblo County. The department has 14 full time employees and operates from two locations: 1107 N. Main Street- the central office, and 33601 United Avenue - located at Pueblo County's Road and Bridge facility.

Housing and Human Services

Responsible for the provision of housing and human services to the citizens or Pueblo County and several surrounding counties, who qualify for Federal grant programs which we administer, or who receive benefits from human service programs or services which we monitor on behalf of Pueblo County.

Human Resources

The Human Resources Department provides personnel and benefits services to all County Departments and Elected Offices. Services include recruitment, selection and orientation; compensation and benefits; position classification; training; employee recognition; and a variety of other employee-related programs.

Human Resources/Job Openings

Human Resources

The Human Resources Department promotes diversity and oversees human resource programs and systems, including employee benefits, job evaluation and compensation, workers compensation, recruitment and selection, consulting and training, and personnel policy development and interpretation for the Pueblo City-County Health Department.

How to Apply

The Human Resources Department will accept applications for current job openings only. All applicants are required to complete an Employment Application.

Information Technology

The Information Technology department is an internal administrative department, which exists to provide technology tools, and services that directly support and /or augment the services delivery of the Elected Offices and other mandated County functions and duties.

IT operations are performed by:

Planning and Development

This Department's responsibility includes both current and long-range planning activities as well as zoning activities.

Public Works

Public Works is responsible for the maintenance and improvement of the County's transportation infrastructure, parks, buildings, grounds, and facilities pursuant to federal, state and local laws and in keeping with the community's priorities and needs. Services include road grading, patching, reconstruction, drainage ditch cleaning, weed mowing and management, snow plowing, parks maintenance and improvement, and building maintenance and improvement.

Pueblo City-County Health Department

The Health Department is committed to promoting the health and protecting the environment of Pueblo County.

Online Payment and Renewal Services

Property Search and Maps

  • Pueblo County Assessor's Property Search : Online property information and maps
  • Tax Map and Survey Map Search : Looking for specific information not within the online GIS maps? Find an Assessor's tax map, or a property survey map with this online tool.
  • Street Search : Search for a street anywhere in Pueblo County. If the street exists, retrieve a map of it. This handy application allows developers to identify if a street name they're proposing can be accepted.
  • Control Monument Search : Popular with area surveyors, this tool allows you to find benchmark control points, which help define legal land boundaries.
  • Interactive Maps : View and print maps of Pueblo and Pueblo County

Civil Service & County Meeting Information

Geographical Information Systems (GIS)

  • Pueblo County GIS :- The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) office of Pueblo County GIS develops systems that allow citizens, businesses and government departments to view, understand, question, interpret, and visualize data in many ways.
  • City of Pueblo GIS :- The City of Pueblo's GIS office utilizes shared resources hosted by the County to provide maps with a focus on city related data.

 

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