Town of LaSalle

 
 

                                                    is located in central Weld County, five miles south of the county seat of Greeley. Incorporated in 1910, the town of LaSalle has a rich railroad and farming history.  With a population of just under 2,000, LaSalle is proud to boast small town atmosphere while providing easy access to Colorado’s major front range cities as well as Denver International Airport.


Weld County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan

Attached is LaSalle’s portion of the Weld County Hazard Mitigation Plan.  LaSalle will be accepting the plan at its regular meeting on May 24, 2016.  If you have questions about the plan, contact us at 970-284-6931.  The entire Hazard Mitigation Plan is available for review on the Weld County website or a paper copy is available at the LaSalle Town Hall. 

 

LaSalle, Colorado


                                                Town Hall Tidbits


        NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR THE TOWN OF LASALLE

                                CALL FOR NOMINATIONS




The Town of Lasalle will hold a Regular Municipal Election on April 3rd, 2018 to fill the positions of three (3) Trustees. The term for Trustee positions will be 3 four year terms. Nomination petitions can be picked up at the LaSalle Town Hall on Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018 and MUST be turned in by 5 p.m. on Monday, January 22nd, 2018.


For more information please call Town Hall at 970-284-6931






Weld County Public Meeting Notice


                                Hwy 85/Union Pacific Railroad Closures


In 2014, Union Pacific Railroad discussed expanding their railroad switchyard operation in LaSalle. With those meetings, came discussion items that were of major concern to the LaSalle Mayor, Board of Trustees, Police Dept., Town Staff and LaSalle (including rural) residents. UPRR officials have indicated the switchyard has now been funded and construction will begin in Spring of 2018. At this time, we don’t know specifics but we do know that many road closures are being discussed along the Hwy 85 corridor from Ft. Lupton to Nunn. Several of those road closures would affect the LaSalle area residents. There will be two different public meetings to discuss these closures and we encourage the public to attend. The presentation will be the same for both evenings.


Meeting #1

When: Monday, January 22nd

Where: Ft. Lupton Recreation Center (203 Harrison Ave.)

Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.


Meeting #2

When: Tuesday, January 23rd

Where: Eaton Town Hall (223 1st St.)

Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.





2018 Rate Changes

                                                Effective January 1st 2018


The Town Board and Staff strive to be very conservative with spending to allow our utility rates to be as low as possible. There have been minimal increases in the past 5 years. Yet, due to the water impact fee increasing thru Central Weld Water and lagoon fees continually on the rise; rates must increase to ensure these departments don’t deficit spend in 2018. 


Effective January 1st, 2018 the water base fee will increase from $33 to $35.  All tier rates will remain unchanged. 


Sewer base fee will increase from $24 to $25 for Residential Customer sand $29 to $30 for Commercial Customers. 


Trash rates will increase from $17.75 to $19.75.  Senior Citizens rates will increase from $17.00 to $19.00.  


Dove Hill Estates due to increased water usage and expenses associated with the non-potable system, effective Jan. 1st, 2018, the monthly fee will increase $10 per month.