Town of Hotchkiss, Colorado
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STAGE 1 FIRE BAN RESTRICTIONS
Update July 30, 2021
To All Town of Hotchkiss Residents:
The Town of Hotchkiss is lifting the Stage 1 Fire Ban restrictions.
Thank you, we appreciate your consideration and attention to the Stage 1 Fire Ban while it was in effect.
Larry B. Wilkening, Mayor and
Town of Hotchkiss Board of Trustees
Outside Water Restrictions
Outside water restrictions enacted on August 18, 2020 remain in effect.
Due to the drought and water shortage, the Town of Hotchkiss is implementing water usage restrictions.
THESE RESTRICTIONS WILL START IMMEDATELY AND REMAIN IN PLACE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
When watering lawns, gardens or any outdoor landscaping we ask all citizens with the odd numbered address to water on odd numbered calendar days and all of the even numbered addresses water on even numbered calendar days.
We ask that you conserve water in any way possible. Please be attentive to how and what water is being used for.
Thank you, we appreciate your consideration and attention to conserving our water resources.
Local CDOT Projects
We will do our best to keep you updated as we receive information; however, CDOT will always be the best place to get the latest information.
CDOT Little Blue Project Detour Start April 29th
The detour of traffic from CO 50 to CO 92 for the Little Blue Project may cause significant traffic increases in Hotchkiss over the next 18 months. Please click here to see the information from CDOT.
Please be patient and exercise caution when travelling near and especially when crossing Bridge St.
CDOT CO 133 McClure Pass Rockfall Project
April - October 2021
CO 133 will be subject to complete closures and alternating lane conditions. Please click here to check the CDOT website before traveling for up to date information.
CDOT US 50 Settlement Repair Project
Beginning May, 2020, motorists should plan for single lane traffic, head to head traffic with a 12 ft. width restriction, and a reduced speed limit throughout the work-zone. The project will take place on US 50 beginning at Mile Point 47.6 and will continue for more than 16 miles to MP 64.5 north of Delta. Click here for latest info from CDOT.