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Step 1:Summit County Animal Control suggests that you contact the owner regarding the barking dog in an effort to resolve the problem at a neighborhood level first. This can be done in person or by sending a signed letter describing the specific problem. It is recognized that contacting your neighbor first is not always possible or desirable for you. If you are uncomfortable making the initial contact an Animal Control Officer (ACO) can intervene.
Step 2: If the problem persists after the initial contact or if you aren’t comfortable contacting the owner, a warning can be issued. To issue a warning, the following information is needed from you. A. Complete Address of the dog owner. If this is unknown, an ACO can try to assist you in gaining this information.B. Description of dog(s) and circumstances. i.e. color, breed, size, etc. Can you see the dog(s)? C. Specific date and time frames and/or intervals the dog(s) were barking. Example: “The dog barked from 8:00am to 10:00am” Note: “The dog barks all the time” is too vague of a statement and does not meet the elements of describing the nuisance.D. A signed complaint. An ACO will produce a typed complaint including the above information and provide it to you to sign.Step 3:If the barking complaint is not resolved within 72 hours of the issuance of the first warning, then you will be instructed to sign a second complaint. A second warning will then be issued. Step 4: If the problem persists after another 72 hours, then you will be encouraged to sign another complaint for a citation to be issued. By doing so, you must be willing to testify in court, should that become necessary.
Our hours are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. We have a staff meeting Wednesday mornings until about 10:30am.
Per the 2012 IRC Section R105.2, the following work is exempt from obtaining a building permit:
1. One-story detached accessory structures used as tool and storage sheds, playhouses and similar uses, provided the floor area does not exceed 200 square feet.
2. Fences not over 7 feet high.
3. Retaining walls that are not over 4 feet in height measured from the bottom of the footing to the top of the wall, unless supporting a surcharge.
4. Water tanks supported directly upon grade if the capacity does not exceed 5,000 gallons and the ratio of height to diameter or width does not exceed 2 to 1.
5. Sidewalks and driveways.
6. Painting, papering, tiling, carpeting, cabinets, counter tops and similar finish work.
7. Prefabricated swimming pools that are less than 24 inches deep.
8. Swings and other playground equipment.
9. Window awnings supported by an exterior wall which do not project more than 54 inches from the exterior wall and do not require additional support.
10. Decks not exceeding 200 square feet in area, that are not more than 18 inches above grade at any point, are not attached to a dwelling and do not serve the exit door required by Section R311.4.
To learn more about our inspection policies, please click here: /DocumentCenter/View/22661
"R902.1 Roofing covering materials. Roofs shall be covered with materials as set forth in Sections R904 and R905. Class A roofing shall be installed on all new buildings. Class A roofing required to be listed by this section shall be tested in accordance with UL 790 or ASTM E 108. Roof assemblies with coverings of brick, masonry, slate, clay or concrete roof tile, exposed concrete roof deck, ferrous or copper shingles or sheets, and metal sheets and shingles, shall be considered Class A roof coverings. Where required for roof drainage, scuppers shall be placed level with the roof surface in a wall or parapet. The scupper shall be located as determined by the roof slope and contributing roof area." 2012 Amendments
All building and technical permits must be complete prior to use or occupancy. All referral agency sign offs shall be obtained prior to the Certificate of Occupancy or Certificate of Completion.
Visit the Colorado Funeral Directors Association website to find a list of Denver area funeral homes or you can call our office for a list to be faxed or emailed. If you have any other questions, please call our office at (970) 668-2964.
Fill out a Death Certificate Application.
Many other questions arise during this confusing time. The Summit County Office of the Coroner strives to provide answers and to address any questions you have during the course of the investigation.
Note: Autopsy Reports take an average of 12 weeks. The reason for this is due to toxicology and microscopic evaluation.
If you have any other questions, please call our office at (970) 668-2964.
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The Summit County Planning Department does not have jurisdiction within the incorporated towns of the county, which include Blue River, Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, Montezuma and Silverthorne. For zoning or land-use questions about properties in any of the towns, contact the town directly.
Town of Breckenridge: 970-453-2251
Town of Frisco: 970-668-5276
Town of Silverthorne: 970-262-7300
Town of Dillon: 970-468-2403
Town of Blue River: 970-547-0545
Town of Montezuma: email@example.com
Visit the Building Permits page to find out about review and submittal requirements. During the permitting process, the Building Department will refer all applicable building permit applications to the Planning Department for review and comment.
Complaints about nuisances related to parking on public roads, trespassing, and noise violations should be filed directly with the Summit County Sheriff’s Office at 970-453- 2232.
More serious nuisances related to dilapidated buildings and structures posing a danger to public health and safety should be reported to the Summit County Building Inspection Department at 970-668-3170.
Violations that pose an immediate threat to health, safety and welfare, such as spills of hazardous materials, should be reported immediately by calling 911.
Our office is not a real estate office. We do not show properties.
We must have full payment in the form of certified check (Cashiers or Teller) or a wire transfer at the conclusion of the auction. Some people will bring a certified check for the maximum they are able to bid or wire the money ahead of time. These amounts are not public record. If property is obtained for less than received amount, a refund check or excess wire amount is issued / returned the same day.
A Confirmation Deed must be requested and paid for ($41). If there are no Intent to Redeems filed, on the ninth business day after the sale, the deed is recorded upon request and ownership changes to the successful bidder. However, if the property is occupied, you do not have a right to enter the property without first going through the legal process to evict
All Summit County roads are assigned a Summit County road number to assist Emergency Services in locating a specific address. Roads that have a county road number may or may not be maintained by the county.
The short answer is because it hasn't been accepted for county maintenance. If you would like to have your road maintained by the county, you must submit your request to the Summit County Engineer. For a complete description of the process, see Section 5500 of the Road and Bridge Standards.
Parking on county roads is illegal in Summit County, and it is the responsibility of every property owner to provide adequate off right of way parking. On road parking presents particular difficulties during snow removal season, and the Sheriff’s Department may order illegally parked vehicles to be towed.
During snow removal operations, snow is pushed off the road onto the county right of way. Private driveways access through this right of way area and are the responsibility of the homeowner to keep clear.
When clearing your driveway, either by yourself or with the aid of a private contractor, be aware that it is unlawful to push or throw snow onto or across the roadway. Your snow must be disposed of on your own property. Snow pushed onto the road not only makes plowing more difficult for road crews, but can cause a dangerous obstacle in the roadway or a nuisance to your neighbors.
Arterial roads, such as the Dillon Dam Road, Swan Mountain Road, and school bus routes, receive priority maintenance. Secondary priority is given to collector roads through subdivisions, followed by other lower volume roads.
Questions regarding speed limits on roads or methods used for slowing traffic should be directed to the County Engineer at (970) 668-4212.
Requests for signage should be directed to the County Engineer at (970) 668-4212.
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The tax lien sale is held at the Community / Senior Center south of Frisco. Doors will open at 8:00 am and the sale starts at 9:00 am. The Community / Senior Center is located at:
0083 Nancy's Pl., CR 1014
Frisco, CO 80443
The Tax Lien Sale for 2018 will be held on Wednesday October 24, 2018
Registration opens the day after Labor Day at 8:00AM MST, and remains open until the limit number is obtained. Registration is based on “first received, first accepted” basis. Only two confirmed registrations will be issued to any one address. A “wait list” will be maintained. Persons on the list will be notified for admission in the order registration was received in the event a confirmed registrant is unable to attend. The day after Labor Day, the registration form will be made available by 8:00AM (MST). The form can be printed, filled out, then either faxed, emailed, mailed, or delivered in person to the Treasurer's Office. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 970-453-3536 Mail: PO Box 289 Breckenridge, CO 80424