TOWN OF COLUMBINE VALLEY, COLORADO
ATTENTION: As a response to the Coronavirus, Columbine Valley Town Hall is operating with specific protocols and some limited in-person services. Town Hall is open Monday-Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. or by appointment outside of those hours. Please visit specific pages of this site for more detailed information, or contact staff by phone or email. Thank you.
Board of Trustees Meeting
Tuesday, April 20 at 6:30 p.m.
A spirit of pioneering, neighborliness and fun characterizes our community
Event CalendarLots of exciting things are happening in Columbine Valley. From concerts to celebrations to meetings, there are always things to discuss.
Licenses for ContractorsThe license process is intended to assure quality construction practices. The application fee is based on the type of license.
Agenda and MinutesEfficiently learn more about what your town government is doing. From minutes to agendas to the Board of Trustees information, you can find it here.
Municipal CodeProactively read and learn more about the Town of Columbine Valley and its Municipal Code and supporting documents.
Pay Your TicketPlease check the Citation number and include it in the “Invoice” section of the payment form. Remember to select the dollar amount you owe in the payment box.
Government 101Read and discover details about how your government works for the citizens and visitors of Columbine Valley. Click to learn more.
Proud to offer our residents and visitors the highest quality service
The Town is making every effort to provide all the information necessary for you to connect with the services and people that comprise our Town government. We invite all citizens, neighbors and visitors to use this information, help us enhance our community, and keep it a great place to live.
Columbine Valley was established in 1955
The 17 founding members selected a beautiful, natural setting in the 295-acre Heckendorf Farm located along the South Platte River Valley west of the city of Littleton to create this town. The State flower was used to name the project “Columbine Country Club."