Located at 9,545 feet in southwest Colorado, just a stone’s throw from Telluride in the most Colorado place on earth.
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The Building Division works in partnership with design professionals, owners and the building community to ensure the buildings in which the community works and resides are designed and constructed reasonably-free from hazards associated with the building’s use.
The Planning and Development Services Department is responsible for enforcing the regulations set forth in the Community Development Code, including Zoning Regulations, Design Regulations, and Building Regulations.
For the most part, Mountain Village is comprised of small businesses and startup businesses (which are often small, too). Both are important, though they have different needs and contribute to the community and its economy in different ways. With that, we have compiled a list of resources for you to tap into to make your venture and its journey as seamless as possible.
The Town of Mountain Village offers the means to gain business and tourist traffic by permitting the use of public plazas! Utilize the Town’s plaza as an extension of your business, for events, plaza vending and more. We, at the Town, want to provide the space to help you thrive.
Design Review Board
The Design Review Board meets monthly as Mountain Village's architectural review board and planning and zoning advisory board.
Established 1995. For such a young town, we have accomplished much in a short time. That aside, we aren’t resting on our laurels. The potential and the passion is here. Meet Mayor Laila Benitez, watch Town Council meetings or contact a member of staff. Visit the Government section for other ways to stay informed and involved with the town.
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May 28, 2020
Dear Part-time Residents and Visitors, As we move along with the State of Colorado’s next phase, monitoring and…Read More about A letter to part-time residents and visitors
May 18, 2020
In light of COVID-19 concerns, the gondola will not open for the 2020 summer as originally scheduled on May 21, 2020…Read More about Gondola opening date delayed; expected to open June 15
May 18, 2020
Hello neighbors, The COVID-19 health crisis and resulting Public Health Orders continue to challenge all of us. This…Read More about Mayor's Minute: COVID Edition Volume 2