Town of Pagosa Springs Web Site
551 Hot Springs Blvd
PO Box 1859 Pagosa Springs Colorado 81147
(970) 264-4151 | Fax: (970) 264-4634
The Town of Pagosa Springs was incorporated in 1891 and became a home rule municipality in 2003. The Town is a Council-Manager form of government served by a six member Town Council and an elected Mayor. A full-time Town Manager administers the affairs of the Town for the Council. The Town Council provides policy direction to Town staff, enacts laws, adopts a budget and has the power of appointment over the Town Manager, Town Attorney, and Municipal Court Judge. The Town Council Budget is used to account for all of the direct expenses of the Mayor and the Council and to fund special projects originating from the Council.
The municipal leaders are elected on a non-partisan basis and consist of three Council Members elected at-large, three Council Members elected one from each of the three districts and the Mayor whom is elected at-large. All municipal leaders are accountable to the voting of public town-wide. All Council Members are elected to terms of four years, there are no term limits and all members are unpaid.
Current members are:
Ross Aragon, Mayor , Term expires April 2014 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathie Lattin, District 1, Term Expires 2014 email@example.com
Don Volger, District 2, Term Expires 2014 firstname.lastname@example.org
Darrel Cotton, District 3, Term Expires 2014 email@example.com
Shari Pierce, Council Member at Large, Term Expires 2012 firstname.lastname@example.org
Stan Holt, Council Member at Large, Term Expires 2012 email@example.com
Jerry Jackson, Council Member at Larger, Term Expires 2012 firstname.lastname@example.org
Archuleta County Government Website
Street Address: 449 San Juan St.
Mailing Adress: P.O. Box 1507, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Phone: 970-264-8300 970-264-8300 Fax: 970-264-4596
Pagosa Springs is the county seat of Archuleta County. Archuleta County is located in southwest Colorado approximately 30 miles west of Wolf Creek Pass, near the headwaters of the San Juan River. The county is rectangular in shape and covers 1,364 square miles. Approximately 50 percent of the land in the county is owned or controlled by the U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management, approximately 15 percent is owned by the Southern Ute Indian Tribe and the remaining 35 percent is privately owned.
Contact information for the Archuleta County Commissioners:
John Ranson District 1 email@example.com 970-264-8304 Clifford Lucero District 2 firstname.lastname@example.org 970-264-8303
Michael Whiting District 3 email@example.com 970-264-8305