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Walsenburg Colorado - A Great Place To Be !

City Offices are OPEN.

-Appointments are preferred.

-Please communicate with City staff by phone or email to the extent possible. 

-Online payments or use of the drop-box are methods for paying utility bills

-Masks and social distancing Required.

-Public Meetings are on zoom.

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Greg Daniels - Ward 1 -

Veronica Maes - Ward 1 -

Nick Vigil - Ward 2 -

Carmen Lara - Ward 2 -

Ricky Jennings - Ward 3 -

Don Martinez - Ward 3 - 

City of Walsenburg

525 South Albert Ave
Walsenburg, Colorado 81089

Monday - Thursday
8:00 am to 4:30 pm
9:00 am - 4:30 pm

719-738-1048 or email:

Click Here for Deputy City Clerk

After Hours Call Dispatch at 719-738-1044


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Walsenburg Colorado - The Heart of Spanish Peaks Country

News & Announcements

April 12, 2022
First of all, Batten down the Hatch, and be very safe today.   If you happen to see a tree, or major tree limbs in our streets today, Call the Deputy City Clerk at 719-695-1031 and let him know.   Again, be safe today
January 31, 2022
Starting Wednesday Feb 2nd, 2022, Dustin Stambaugh our City Administrator will be available every  Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11am till 1pm.  You can either give him a call, or stop by to personally visit with him.  So keep these days, and times open when you have questions or ideas. His phone number is 719-695-1030.  This will continue until further notice.

Public Safety Information


The City of Walsenburg is committed to continuity of operations and uninterrupted access to your local government throughout these uncertain times.

Safer At Home

The City of Walsenburg will comply with ALL legal orders and directives from federal, state and local public health agencies. We expect residents and visitors to do the same and comply with the Dial framework -- Stay at Home / Safer at Home / Protect Your Neighbor and Social Distancing requirements.

COVID-19 Information and Resources

Flash Flood Danger

Walsenburg continues to face the imminent threat of widespread or severe damage, injury, or loss of life or property from potential historical flooding resulting from the Spring Creek Fire massive burn scar in the watersheds serving the City.

Flash Flood Resources and Information

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