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ONLINE SUPPORT FOR NEW PERMITS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM—SALESFORCE 


To help our customers get better acquainted with our new permits management system, Salesforce, we are starting to populate a page on the City’s website that provides written instructions and some videos on the system’s basic functionality.  Please visit our online support page  to check out the initial postings.  More will be added soon, so please check in again soon!

We continue to provide walk-in support daily from 2 to 3 p.m. in the Community Development Department on the third floor of City Hall.  Also, you can email or call 970-920-5065 for assistance.

HISTORIC PRESERVATION BENEFITS AMENDMENTS- UPDATE


City Council continues to discuss amendments to the benefits available to historic landmarks.  Second Reading of an ordinance encompassing the proposed changes was held on April 8th.  The Council packet and video of the meeting can be found here 
 
Council continued the hearing to May 13th at 5:00 p.m., directing staff to draft additional language to remove Growth Management exemptions/affordable housing mitigation reductions available to historic commercial properties, to change the way that the maximum floor area benefit will be determined according to parcel size, and other minor adjustments.  The agenda and packet for this meeting will be available here on May 10th.
 
For more information, please contact Amy Simon, Historic Preservation Officer

Give your input on the future of the Rio Grande Recycle Center!

The City of Aspen is looking for feedback on the future of its Rio Grande Recycle Center, which is losing funding in August.   Learn more, take a survey, and leave a comment: www.aspencommunityvoice.com
 
The City of Aspen recycling and waste diversion programs play crucial roles that fulfill our Aspen values of reducing greenhouse gases (GHG) and conserving natural resources. Since 1993, the Rio Grande Recycle Center (RGRC), located next to Rio Grande Park, has provided an addition to curbside recycling, playing an important role in furthering local waste diversion efforts and extending the life of the local landfill. 


Though free to the public, the RGRC incurs expenses, and to date, Pitkin County Landfill fees have funded the RGRC. Due to recent Pitkin County rule changes(External link), funding for a number of the local recycling centers in the Valley, including the RGRC, is being eliminated.

Given these changes, the City must evaluate the future of recycling at the Rio Grande Recycle Center. Your input is critical to determining the preferred next steps, which could range from continuing operations similarly to how they are today, to modifying the types of materials recycled, to closing the facility.  Visit www.aspencommunityvoice.com to give your feedback!

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