Value all real and personal property within Pueblo County for tax purposes, and maintains, keeps, and gathers all property records in Pueblo County (ownership, legals, lot sizes, etc). Mandated Value all real and personal property within Pueblo County for tax purposes. Services Provided... more
  Our Community Partners Pueblo Economic Development Corporation  301 N. Main Street Pueblo, CO 81003 719-544-2000 Pueblo Economic Development Corporation (PEDCO) is a private, not-for-profit organization that serves as the economic development point... more
The Clerk and Recorder is responsible for recording deeds, registering automobiles, issuing marriage licenses, registering voters, administering elections and maintaining records for the Board. The Clerk and Recorder's Office is made up of several divisions, which includes Motor Vehicle, Elections... more
The Office of the County Coroner is established by the Constitution of the State of Colorado. The Coroner is elected to serve by the citizens of Pueblo County. The Coroner’s Office is a separate and independent division of the Pueblo County Government and is funded through the General Fund. The... more
It is the mission of the Correctional Services office to offer high-level planning and administrative services in the areas of Community Corrections, Alternatives to Incarceration, and jail overcrowding relief in order to ensure the safety of the citizens of Pueblo County and to ensure that tax... more
The Tenth Judicial District Attorney’s Office prosecutes persons accused of violating state criminal laws, including crimes committed by law enforcement. When complex cases involving law enforcement occur, the District Attorney's Office activates its Critical Incident Team (CIT) to investigate and... more
30-11-104 C.R.S. mandates that the County, at its own expense, shall provide a suitable courthouse, a sufficient jail and other necessary County buildings and keep them in repair. The Facilities Department workforce is comprised of 61 full-time employees. We also utilize hourly non-employees to... more
The Fleet Management Department is the vehicle and equipment service and repair entity for Pueblo County. The department has 14 full time employees and operates from two locations: 701 W. 4th - the central office, and 33601 United Avenue - located at Pueblo County’s Road and Bridge facility. The... more
The Human Resources Department provides personnel and benefits services to all County Departments and Elected Offices. Services include recruitment, selection and orientation; compensation and benefits; position classification; training; employee recognition; and a variety of other employee-related... more
Provides protective services to children and adults, income maintenance, medical and food assistance to eligible individuals and families, and self-sufficiency services to assistance recipients.   Additional food resources are listed in the Local Food Bank Resources document available under... more
The Information Technology department is an internal administrative department, which exists to provide technology tools, and services that directly support and /or augment the services delivery of the Elected Offices and other mandated County functions and duties. IT operations are performed by... more
This Department’s responsibility includes both current and long-range planning activities as well as zoning activities.   Current planning is the review and evaluation of all map amendments (re-zonings), special uses, subdivisions, annexations and development proposed in the County. Zoning... more
Cash donations to any of Pueblo’s approved Enterprise Zone Contribution projects of $250 or more make donors eligable to claim up to a 25% Colorado State income tax credit in addition to other available federal tax incentives. These projects in Pueblo County encourage community participation and... more
The purpose of the Retirement Department is to assure the steady and healthy growth of the Retirement Funds, which will in turn enable the Pueblo County Retirement Plan to continue to be an outstanding retirement program, capable of providing adequate income to retiring County employees, making... more
STORMWATER   What is Stormwater?▲ Stormwater is rain or snowmelt that falls on streets, parking areas, rooftops and other developed land and is not absorbed into the ground. As the stormwater flows over driveways, lawns and sidewalks, it picks up debris, chemicals and other pollutants. The... more
The Pueblo County Surveyor is responsible for reviewing plats deposited by private surveyors and maintaining them on file. The surveyor also investigates boundary disputes and road rights-of-way. The office also is responsible for surveying county-owned properties when a need arises. The Surveyor’s... more
The Tenth Judicial District Attorney's office represents the People's interests in prosecuting criminal cases, seeking justice for victims, and advocating measures to reduce criminal behavior in Pueblo County. (Civil cases do not involve the District Attorney's office unless there is evidence of... more
The Treasurer's Office is responsible for the collection of all real estate, personal property, manufactured housing and state assessed taxes. We are located on the first floor of the County Courthouse, at 215 W. 10th St, Pueblo, CO 81003. Our office hours are 8am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday... more