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Friday, June 24, 2022

Complaint filed against town for short-term rental fee ordinance 

Thirteen plaintiffs filed a complaint against the Town of Pagosa Springs that essentially questions the validity of recently enacted Ordinance 982, which outlines the...

County considers short-term rental regulation changes

At its June 7 work session, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) discussed potential regulation options for short-term rentals (STRs). The full version...

Town council OKs Mill RV Park rezoning application

The Pagosa Springs Town Council unanimously approved the rezoning application for the proposed Mill RV Park and Food Court Park at its June 7...

Discussion on 80-acre Put Hill subdivision continued

At its May 24 meeting, the Pagosa Springs Planning Commission moved to continue discussions of a rezoning application for a possible development that proposes...

Town OKs first reading of short-term rental fee ordinance

The Pagosa Springs Town Council approved the first reading of Ordinance 982, “Short Term Vacation Rental Fee Implementation,” at its May 3 meeting.  The full...

Council sets criteria for new workforce housing site: Would potentially replace South Pagosa Park...

At its May 3 meeting, the Pagosa Springs Town Council discussed criteria for new sites in its plan to create workforce housing, either for...

County discusses short-term rental regulations, water district denies data request

At its April 14 meeting, the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) Board of Directors voted 3-2 to deny Archuleta County’s request for...

Council weighs in on South Pagosa Park housing development

The Pagosa Springs Town Council gave input on two proposed options for housing sites at South Pagosa Park at its April 21 meeting.  The full...

Concerns voiced over housing project

The Pagosa Springs Planning Commission approved key recommendations for the three housing developments in the town’s workforce housing project at its April 12 meeting.  The...

County considers density bonuses for affordable housing

At the March 8 Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners’ (BoCC) work session, Development Director Pamela Flowers presented ideas for potential density bonuses for...