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Please provide your event information in a format that is easy for us to cut and paste, such as a Word or Excel document, or in the body of the email. Events must take place in Parker and be open to the community to be published on the calendar.
You can email the Town Council at or you can mail information to them at:Parker Town Council20120 E. MainstreetParker, CO 80138
If you are concerned about a property that does not have a notice posted, you can call or email your questions to the Community Development Department. Please have an accurate and specific location of the property ready so that we can assist you. The Community Development Department has information only on properties located within the Town or those that have applied for annexation.
Current development information is also available online or by contacting the Development Review Division.
The Court will supply you with a cover letter and time cards.
Source: Colorado Revised Statute 31-25-103(2).
* Based on conditions survey findings, modify boundaries for urban renewal area, if necessary.
When a redevelopment project is being planned, the PAR will analyze how much additional property and sales taxes may be generated once the redevelopment is completed. The additional property and sales taxes or “tax increment,” can then be used by PAR as revenue for the repayment of bonds or as reimbursement to developers for a portion of their project costs. In either case, the new tax revenue that is created must be used for improvements that have a public benefit and that support the redevelopment effort, such as site clearance, streets, utilities, parks, the removal of hazardous materials or conditions or site acquisition.
The Town appreciates your assistance and understanding regarding this service. If you have questions about the status of a particular street or want to report hazardous street conditions, please call 303.841.0353 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Policy guidelines in the Town of Parker Storm Drainage and Environmental Criteria Manual (SDECM) have been established to determine stormwater facilities that are eligible for Stormwater Utility maintenance assistance. Copies of the SDECM are available upon request at Town Hall.
Once we have received this letter, we will make a site visit to verify which areas are impervious to verify the amount. If it is wrong, we will correct it and rebill the proper amount. If it is correct, we will provide the documentation to you to show how it was calculated.
At 60 days past due, we will send a second past due notice containing a warning that this is the last past due notice that will be sent, that a $25 surcharge has been added to the bill, and a lien will be placed on your property for the amount due including the $25 surcharge when the bill reaches 90 days past due. At 90 days past due, a lien will be filed on your property with Douglas County for the amount due plus $25. The fee will then be collected through the property tax system.