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  • Spring Clean-Up Helpful Hints

    Street Systems 333 West Avenue, Building A Phone: 970-244-1575 Fax : 970-244-1426 Email Street Systems Resident DO: Watch the Spring Clean-Up Tips Video on YouTube Start taking items out to the curb as early as March 25, 2019 Have items out no later than 7 a.m. on the Monday of your clean-up week Place only the items from your household, on the curb, in front of your house Place items in front of your address Keep all debris separate from household trash containers and other items

  • Street Systems

    Service Contact Street Systems 333 West Avenue, Building A Phone: 970-244-1575 Fax : 970-244-1426 Email Street Systems Chipseal Program Leaf Removal Program Snow and Ice Removal Annual Spring Clean-Up Street Cleaning Stormwater Transportation Map Resident Street Systems consists of two multi-functional programs - Street Cleaning and Street Maintenance. The Street Cleaning Program focuses on street sweeping, storm drainage/irrigation system maintenance and leaf removal. Street Maintenance is

  • Annual Spring Clean-Up

     970-244-1575 Street Systems 333 West Avenue, Building A Phone: 970-244-1575 Fax : 970-244-1426    Email Street Systems    Resident Since the early 1900's the City of Grand Junction has conducted an annual clean up program to help residents get rid of yard waste and unusable household items.  It is our most popular residential program.  This two-week program takes place each year, around the middle of April.  North Side of North Avenue starts April 8th-7 a.m.  South Side of North Avenue

  • Street Cleaning

    Report a Street Street Systems 333 West Avenue, Building A Phone: 970-244-1575 Fax : 970-244-1426 Email Street Systems Resident Street Cleaning services includes street sweeping and cleaning of sidewalks, adjacent to City owned properties and infrastructures that include overpasses and bridges. Street sweeping services are provided to all improved (curbed & guttered) streets within City limits. Additional sweeping is provided upon request for non-curb and guttered City streets. Street Cle

  • Solid Waste

    Service Contact Solid Waste 333 West Avenue, Building A Grand Junction, CO 81501 Phone: 970-244-1570 E-Mail: trash@gjcity.org Pay My Utility Bill Recycling GJCRI Annual Spring Clean-Up Utility Map Resident Since 1996, the City of Grand Junction Solid Waste Department has provided automated refuse collection to all residential customers of less than eight units, within City limits. Commercial refuse collection is also available. In providing commercial service, we compete with the private sec

  • Neighborhood Program

    Community Development 250 North 5th Street Grand Junction, CO 81501 Phone: 970-244-1430 Hours: 8:00am - 5:00pm M-F Resident The Neighborhood Program is a service provided at the neighborhood level intended to enhance and maintain a high quality of life for the citizens of Grand Junction.  The Program is a way of building a sense of community, beginning with small groups of motivated people. The program evolved from a community goal that:  “A vital, organized network of neighborhoods will

  • I Want To

    Services Business Business Map Community Development Development Map Economic Development Purchasing Division Bids and Proposals Solicitations and Bid Opportunities Code and Weed Enforcement Report a Code Violation Report a Weed Violation Conventions and Events Avalon Theatre Food Catering Parks Shelters and Facilities Stocker Stadium Hospitality Suite Two Rivers Convention Center Visitor and Convention Bureau Courts, Municipal and Teen General

  • Services

    Services Business Business Map Community Development Development Map Economic Development Purchasing Division Bids and Proposals Solicitations and Bid Opportunities Code and Weed Enforcement Report a Code Violation Report a Weed Violation Conventions and Events Avalon Theatre Food Catering Parks Shelters and Facilities Stocker Stadium Hospitality Suite Two Rivers Convention Center Visitor and Convention Bureau Courts, Municipal and Teen General

  • Collection System Maintenance

    Persigo Treatment Plant 2145 River Road Grand Junction, CO 81505 Utility Billing: 970-244-1579 Plant Main Office: 970-256-4180 Resident The 201 Collection System boundary defines the area that generates wastewater needing to be transported to the Persigo Wastewater Treatment Plant. This totals over 500 miles of sanitary sewer lines and the miles grow each year, with continued growth in the Grand Junction area.  Persigo WWTP collection crews are responsible for cleaning and maintaining th

  • Lincoln Park Arboretum

    Parks and Rec Admin Address: 1340 Gunnison Avenue Grand Junction, CO 81501 Phone: 970-254-3866 Hours: 8:00am - 5:00pm M-F Resident Lincoln Park is home of many extraordinary trees. The arboretum highlights sixty nine of the most notable trees along the way. Thank you to all of our sponsors and volunteers who spent endless time on this project. This has been an incredible journey for us all, a journey that would not have been obtainable had it not been for the effort of so many people. Ry

  • Las Colonias Amphitheater

    Las Colonias Amphitheater Address: 925 Struthers Getting Here Las Colonias Amphitheater Address: 925 Struthers Grand Junction, CO 81501 Phone: 970-254-3866 Getting Here Resident Las Colonias Amphitheater Venue Information From the home of migrant farm workers, to uranium mill tailings clean-up site, to a regional riverfront park, Las Colonias Park is 130 acres of restored riverfront on the banks of the Colorado River in the heart of Grand Junction. A major component of the Park is an outdo

  • Las Colonias Park Amphitheater

    970-254-3866 Las Colonias Park Amphitheater Address: 925 Struthers Avenue Phone: 970-254-3866 Contact Us Resident Venue Information From the home of migrant farm workers, to uranium mill tailings clean-up site, to a regional riverfront park, Las Colonias Park is 130 acres of restored riverfront on the banks of the Colorado River in the heart of Grand Junction. A major component of the Park is an outdoor Amphitheater that will serve as a community and regional draw enjoying widespread supp

  • 2015 Bid Summaries

    Business Construction: Grand Junction Housing Authority Flooring and/or Carpet Replacement Contract 2016 IFB-4146-15-DH CLETC Water Line Project IFB-4079-15-DH Fiber Cabling Installation for New Fire Station #4 IFB-4073-15-DH 2015 Sewer Line Replacement Phase II F001625 IFB-4070-15-DH Gray Gourmet Building HVAC Replacement IFB-4052-15-DH White Hall Demolition IFB-4045-15-DH Addition to and Renovation of HVAC Roof Top Unit (RTU) for Elections Area of Mesa County Services Bui

  • First Responders & Transportation

    Resident Spring 2019 City of Grand Junction Election   Facts: Ballot Question 2A - .25% Sales and Use Tax Increase to Fund Transportation Capacity Improvements  • The 2017 ballot question only addressed the maintenance of existing streets. • As we grow, congestion delays will slow down the whole community. • If passed, the initiative will address capacity, including transforming “farm” roads to urban streets with sidewalks, bike lanes, turn lanes and depth to handle future traffic l

  • Spring Valley Park I

    2838 Beechwood Street Parks and Rec Admin Address: 1340 Gunnison Avenue Grand Junction, CO 81501 Phone: 970-254-3866 Hours: 8:00am - 5:00pm M-F Resident Location: 2838 Beechwood Street Acreage: 3.1 Amenities Open Space SiteWideAdvertisement

  • Spring Valley Park II

    2899 Beechwood Street Parks and Rec Admin Address: 1340 Gunnison Avenue Grand Junction, CO 81501 Phone: 970-254-3866 Hours: 8:00am - 5:00pm M-F Resident Location: 2899 Beechwood Street Acreage: 2.7 Amenities Basketball Grill Open Space Picnic Tables Playground SiteWideAdvertisement

  • Fire Prevention and Contractors

    970-549-5800 Fire Department Contact Phone: 970-549-5800 Address: 625 Ute Avenue Grand Junction, CO 81501 E-Mail: fire@gjcity.org Resident The mission of the Grand Junction Fire Department's Fire Prevention Bureau is to pursue avenues of fire and life safety hazard risk reduction through enforcement of internationally recognized fire codes and standards. Its primary goal is the reduction of life loss, personal injury, property damage, and the serious socio-economic impacts of fire.  We st

  • Parks

    Park Address 1827 N 26th Street Parks and Rec Admin Address: 1340 Gunnison Avenue Grand Junction, CO 81501 Phone: 970-254-3866 Autumn Ridge Park Canyon View Park Canyon View Dog Park Columbine Park Cottonwood Meadows Park Darla Jean Park Desert Vista Park Dixson Park Duckpond Park (Orchard Mesa) Duckpond Park (Ridges) Eagle Rim Park Emerson Park Hawthorne Park Hidden Valley Park Hillcrest Park Honeycomb Park Las Colonias Park Lilac Park Lincoln Park Matchett Park Paradise Hills Park Pineridge Pa

  • Solid Waste FAQ

    Solid Waste 333 West Avenue, Building A Grand Junction, CO 81501 Phone: 970-244-1570 E-Mail: trash@gjcity.org Resident When is my trash normally picked up? Residential trash is picked up one day each week - Monday through Friday. Trash container should be out by 7 a.m. To find out what your trash day is, please send the Solid Waste Department an email or call 970-244-1570 Where do I set my container? Once you know your trash day, take a look around your neighborhood. Notice where your

  • Summer Camp Activity Guide

    Parks and Recreation Admin Address: 1340 Gunnison Ave Grand Junction, CO 81501 Phone: 970-254-3866 Register Online Contact Us Orchard Mesa Community Center Pool Address: 2736 Unaweep Avenue Orchard Mesa Middle School Phone: 970-254-3885 Lincoln Park Moyer Pool Corner of 12th and North Avenue Grand Junction, CO 81501 Phone: 970-254-3848   Resident From Spring Break to Summer Camps, we've got your covered at Grand Junction Parks and Recreation. With fun and exciting NEW camps a

  • Police Officer Salary

    Resident Academy Recruit $23.00 (Hourly) Police OfficerEntry Pay Range $28.56 - $31.53 (Hourly) $59,404 - $65,582 (Annually) Max Pay Range $40.00 (Hourly) $83,200 (Annually) 15 pay steps are included in the pay scale.  Step 1 is the entry level salary after graduating from the training academy.  Lateral officers are started between steps 1-5, at the discretion of the Chief of Police.  Each step reflects a yearly 2.5% pay increase for proficient employees.  This pay plan is the

  • Smoking

    Code Enforcement Grand Junction Police Department 555 Ute Avenue Phone: 970-244-1593 Monday-Friday 8am - 5pm Government Smoking is prohibited in all public places within the city. Public Places would include, but are not limited to... City Parks Governmental Offices Education Facilities Retail Stores, other commercial establishments Waiting Rooms Laundromats Elevators Airports, bus, and train stations or shelters Hospitals, nursing homes, child care centers Auditoriums, theatre

  • Round Up for Recreation

    Parks and Recreation Address: 1340 Gunnison Ave Grand Junction, CO 81501 Phone: 970-254-3866 Register Online Resident The City of Grand Junction Parks and Recreation department has set up a scholarship fund to make fee-based recreation programs accessible to the Grand Valley youth who reside in financially constrained households.  The funding is received through the City of Grand Junction Utility's voluntary Round-Up program, which allows customers to round up their utility bills to th

  • Leaf Removal Program

    chriss@gjcity.org Street Systems 333 West Avenue, Building A Phone: 970-244-1575 Fax : 970-244-1426 Email Street Systems Resident Program starts mid-October and runs through mid-December The purpose of this program is to eliminate excess leaf build-up along City streets that can cause storm water drains to clog.  These efforts help prevent flooding and reduce negative impacts affecting our water quality.  Leaves collected during this program are taken to the Mesa County Organic Materials

  • Community Resource Unit

    970-549-5331 Community Resource Unit Phone: 970-549-5331 Address: 555 Ute Avenue Grand Junction, CO 81501 E-Mail: CRO@gjcity.org Resident The mission of the Community Resource Unit is to serve the community and the Police Department by developing and implementing programs to prevent crime, reduce the fear of crime, promote safety, and support officers in their community policing activities. The Community Resource Unit offers a variety of services designed for both private citizens and lo