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Premises 1,000 square feet or less: $25.00;
Premises 1,001 square feet or more: $50.00;
Also nearby are Burrito Delight, Georgia Boys BBQ Company, Pete’s Place, Santiagos, Echo Brewing Company. LA Chinese Restaurant & Pho, and Hammer Time Pizza and Peel.
Current zoning and land use regulations related to oil and gas development were drafted more than 20 years ago. Since then, the set-up of oil and gas operations has changed, so it’s necessary to develop updated standards to consider when the City reviews new applications. The six-month moratorium gives the City time to form best management practices to better ensure public health, safety, and welfare is protected when considering future oil and gas development within city limits.
No. The moratorium is meant to allow the City to identify and create best management practices regarding how it permits oil and gas activities. It’s important to remember that cities can only grant surface land use approval for oil and gas development. Those approvals must factor in a variety of components including the impact oil and gas operations will have on residential development, water supplies, air quality, emergency management, traffic, and roads. These are among the areas the City is studying to determine if changes to its regulations are necessary.
Applications to drill oil and gas wells are also approved by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.
Oil and gas development continues to expand in our area, and the City anticipates this will only continue in the future. Evaluating and improving regulations that protect our community and its residents is a necessary step. Once we do that, we can establish a thoughtful approach to land use permitting for oil and gas development that sets a path forward for Dacono residents, the City, and oil and gas operators.
The City of Dacono believes six months will provide reasonable time to update regulations and does not at this time foresee a need to extend the moratorium. While other communities have previously, or are currently pursuing more lengthy moratoriums on oil and gas development, this is not a course the City is exploring at this time.
Yes. The moratorium only applies to new applications for oil and gas development in Dacono. Operators seeking a land use permit may still be granted one while the moratorium is in place, provided the Operator and City Council agree to an oil and gas permit through a City-approved operator agreement.
Yes, the Carbon Valley Park and Recreation District has an active adult program. Details are at http://www.cvprd.com/2158/Senior-Center
All streetlights in the City are owned and maintained by United Power. To request service on a streetlight, contact United Power with the pole identification number on the light and the street where the light is located. Contact United Power at 303-637-1350 to report an outage.
If you already have a sales tax account but don't know the City Code and/or password, contact Jordan Eichem by e-mail (email@example.com) or by phone (303-833-2317 x 130). If you've never logged into your account but you do have the City Code, temporary passwords default to the first "word" of the address (i.e. 123 Main Street is 123 or PO Box 500 is PO).
In Dacono, Sales Tax Registration is mandatory when any person is engaged in the business of selling tangible property, including food and taxable services, to the general public regardless of local presence, prior to the first day of conducting business.
For more information or questions regarding your water account, please contact the Utility Billing department by phone at (303) 833-2317 ext.121, fax at (303) 833-5528, or email LHegwood@CityofDacono.com. Please allow two business days for a response.
Trash service is provided to all residents by American Disposal Services and is billed on your monthly utility statement by the City. The billing for trash service is set up at the same time the water account is established. Please contact American Disposal Services at 720.322.0500 to assure you are on their route for trash and recycling service. Trash is picked up on every Thursday between 6:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., except during their holiday schedule. Recycling is picked up every other Thursday.