Sixth Street set for beautification project
Cooley and Sons completed the demolition of the old “motorway” building on Sixth Street in Alamosa over the holidays. The removal of the structure paves the way for a beautification project along Sixth Street, which will include the Cranes in Flight sculpture by Jocelyn Russell, additional landscaping, and a bit of RV parking to help bring more attention to downtown Alamosa.
Alamosa County seeks
planning commission members
The Alamosa County Board of Commissioners is seeking citizens to serve on the Alamosa County Planning Commission. The Planning Commission is composed of five volunteers and one alternate appointed by the Board of County Commissioners. They advise the County on planning, land development, and land policy within Alamosa County. This position is appointed to attend Planning Commission Board meetings.
Those interested in applying for the board member position must submit an application and current resume. Applications may be picked up at the County Administration office at 8900-A Independence Way or online at alamosacounty.org. Applications will be accepted until the posts are filled. Send your information to Belina Ramirez, Executive Assistant, 8900 Independence Way, Alamosa, CO 81101 or to email@example.com.
For questions please contact the Alamosa County Land Use Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or (719) 589-3812.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife turns 125
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is celebrating its 125th anniversary in 2022 by telling the agency’s long history of wildlife conservation and outdoor recreation in a series of stories, videos, podcasts and community events over the coming 12 months.
The series will start in January with a look at the founding of CPW’s ancestor agency – the Department of Forestry, Game and Fish – in 1897 including the work leading up to it before Colorado was even a state into the modern era.
“This 125th anniversary is an opportunity to shine a spotlight on Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s mission of perpetuating the wildlife resources of the state and providing quality parks,” CPW Director Dan Prenzlow said. “Through a year of celebrating our past, present and future, we’ll show our dedication to educating and inspiring future generations to become stewards of our natural resources.”
To follow along Visit Colorado Outdoors Online for regular blog updates (including this first story from Southeast Region Public Information Officer Bill Vogrin) and to find 125th anniversary swag.