Contact your family doctor or go to the appropriate medical facility for treatment.
Call Colorado City Animal Control at (325) 728-5287 or the Police Department at (325) 728-5294.
If the animal is wild, Animal Control officers will set a trap. If the animal is domesticated, Animal Control officers will check with the owner to determine if the animal is current on its rabies vaccination.
If the animal is not current on its rabies vaccination, it will be transported to a licensed vet for a 10-day observation. If the animal has to be killed, the head will need to be sent off for rabies testing.
Public records, City Council resolutions and ordinances, and other information can be requested by submitting the Request Form to the City Secretary's Office. 325-728-3464
Yes, Sec. 365.012. of the Health and Safety Code "ILLEGAL DUMPING" specifies that it is illegal to disposes of litter or other solid waste into "other public or private property". The offense is a class "C" misdemeanor for less than 5 pounds of litter.
Yes. We do not require that you provide any personal information. Remember that all information you choose to provide to the City, including names, phone numbers, or email addresses, is subject to the Public Record Laws. In other words, we must provide this information to anyone who asks for it. If you wish to remain completely anonymous, do not provide your personal information.
The Colorado City Ordinance describes an unserviceable vehicle as any vehicle which is required to be licensed and registered by the State of Texas and is not licensed and registered and is in such condition that it cannot be started or moved under its own power without repair. Derelict vehicles typically leak fluids such as anti-freeze, gasoline and other automotive fluids onto the ground, contaminating the local area.
These vehicles also create an attractive nuisance to children by presenting an enticing, but dangerous, plaything. There are several documented incidents of children becoming locked inside a vehicle and succumbing to the extreme temperatures produced within the vehicle. Inoperative vehicles also detract from neighborhoods appearance and can invite an undesirable element into your community.
If you have any questions about what is required of you to achieve compliance with Colorado City Code Enforcement, please contact the investigator assigned to your case. The investigator’s name is listed at the bottom of the notice you received. You can also call our main number at (325) 728-5331 and speak to anyone in the Department.
The goal of Code Enforcement is to preserve the quality and value of public and private property and maintain a high standard of living by eliminating conditions that threaten the life, health, safety, and general welfare of the public. The Department recognizes that this goal is most effectively achieved through the education of, and cooperation with, the citizens of Colorado City.
The City can not giver Citizens permission to burn. However, if you so do choice to burn, please notify the Police Department at (325) 728-5294 prior to burning. Should you fail to notify the Police Department and the Volunteer Fire Department is notified, the fire will be extinguished and you can be liable for fines and penalties.
Tuesday-Friday 12-5 but special tours can be easily arranged by phoning the museum at (325) 728-8285 ahead of time to make arrangements.
There is a good possibility that the archives at the museum have what you are looking for. We have 1000's of pictures (some dating back to the 1800s), files ranging from local families to historic events, old newspapers and books written about some of the most interesting times and people of our local history.
The Heritage House is a "must-see" in Colorado City. The oldest brick home in Mitchell County with it's period furnishings is available for touring by contacting the museum.
Parks & Recreation
Planning and Zoning
Zone changes and General Plan amendments require Planning Board review. Contact the City Secretary at 325-728-3464 for more information.
For a copy of an accident report, please contact the Records Division at (325) 728-5294 or come by the Police Department at 201 W. 3rd St. between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.