Public Notice

A special work session with City Council is scheduled for Thursday June 23, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. at Victor City Hall, 500 Victor Ave.

The work session is to discuss a recreation park and Black Hills building site.

2022 City Clean Up Days!

Upcoming Events: 5/27-28 City-Wide Yard Sale & 6/2-5 City Clean Up Days!

2022 City Clean Up Days!

June 3rd  –   6th

Show Up!… with your   proof of Victor, CO residency

  • current driver’s license or other current form of i.d. and
  • Victor water bill showing your home address and your name or
  • current deed or lease showing your address and your name

to the Victor Helipad at the intersection of Hwy 81 and Hwy 67 at Phantom Canyon Road

Electronics, Appliances, Asbestos, Tires, Batteries, Chemicals, Motor Oil, Paint, Box Springs, Mattresses, and Household Trash not allowed

Urban Recycling in Colorado Springs will take box springs and mattresses.

Visit or call 719-644-6419 to coordinate.

MOST items we cannot accept can be dropped of at the El Paso County Clean Sweep Event

Saturday, June 11th, 2022

3255 Akers Dr., Colorado Springs, 80922

REGISTRATION REQUIRED – One ticket / timeslot per household.

Register at or call 719-520-7878

Shamrock Shindig

Friday, March 18th 6pm

Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner with Sides: $15

Karaoke 7pm-11pm

Victor Elks Lodge
128 N 3rd St
Victor, CO

Clean Sweep Friday April 8, 2022 3255 Akers Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80922

REGISTRATION REQUIRED – One ticket / timeslot per household.

Register at or call 719-520-7878. The following items are accepted for FREE at the Clean Sweep Events from El Paso & Teller County residents ONLY – no trash, no business waste:


ELECTRONICS: ANY SIZE TV or COMPUTER MONITOR, limited to three total per household. Computers, printers, fax machines, laptops, notebooks, ultra-books, net books, electronic tablets, DVD players, VCRs, radios, stereos, video game consoles, video display devices with viewing screens greater than 4” diagonally.

MATTRESSES/BOX SPRINGS: (limited to six [6] pieces total)

TIRES: passenger and light truck (limit is nine [9] per vehicle), on or off rim

(You may bring the following items along with any of the items listed above. The items below are accepted for free during weekday appointments:)

  • Paint and paint-related products (stains, strippers, thinners, varnishes, etc.) – 50 gallon limit.
  • Household chemicals (aerosols, ammonia, bleach, cleaners, lamp oil, etc.)
  • Lawn & garden chemicals (fertilizers, pesticides, poisons, plant food, etc.)
  • Automotive chemicals waxes, bug / tar / vinyl / chrome / engine cleaners, etc.
  • Automotive fluids – motor oil, antifreeze, brake & transmission fluids (each limited to 10 gal, must
  • come in containers no larger than 5 gal filled no more than   full all containers must be left at site)
  • Batteries – lead-acid vehicle batteries and household batteries (AA, AAA, C, D, 9-volt, watch &
  • hearing aid batteries). No corrosion. Must come in clear bag or jar.
  • Fluorescent lights: Up to a total of 100 feet of tubes CFL bulbs.


Air Conditioners, Ammunition, Appliances, Asbestos, Business Waste (includes schools, churches, nonprofits, etc.), Cables/Wires NOT attached to anything, Carpet/Rugs, Compressed Gas Cylinders other than 1 or 20lb propane, 1 lb butane or 1lb mapp gas, Containers larger than 5 gal, Exercise machines, Fans, Freezers, Furniture, Heaters, Home media items (CDs, DVDs, VHS tapes, cassettes, etc.), Lab grade/Industrial chemicals & products, Lawn mowers, Medical Tools/Supplies, Medications [visit], Microwaves, Phones (cell/landline), Refrigerators, Remote Controls, Satellite dishes, Snow Blowers, Speakers, Trash, Unlabeled/leaking containers, Wood.

Any unacceptable items may be rejected. If you have an item that you do not see on either list, call 719-520-7878 for acceptance.


Enter the facility heading NORTH on Akers Dr. from Constitution Ave., EXIT onto N. Carefree Cir. (Entering the facility from N. Carefree will not be accessible).

Monetary donations to Care & Share will also be accepted, but not required. CASH OR CHECK ONLY. (No credit cards or canned/packaged foods).

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE LIABILITY RELEASE & CERTIFICATION STATEMENT: I hereby declare and affirm of my own personal knowledge that the items delivered to the El Paso County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility was, in fact, generated through household use and is not business or commercial subject to federal or state waste regulations. I understand that should I surrender any data containing device to the El Paso County Household Hazardous Waste Facility for recycling it is solely my responsibility to protect my personal information. I further agree to defend, indemnify, and hold El Paso County harmless from and against any and all liabilities, demands, claims, damages, suits, judgments and decrees, and court awards including costs, expenses and attorneys’ fees, on account of injuries to or death of any person or persons or damage to any property or personal information arising out of or related to my willful misconduct or negligent acts, errors or omissions for the duration of my participation. I understand that the items will be accepted at the Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility in reliance on the accuracy and truth of my foregoing declaration / affirmation.

For alternate mattress, tire, and electronic options, refer to any of the following:


  • Urban Recycling: 719-644-6419
  • One Nation Walking Together: 719-329-0251 (New/gently used only. Queen size or less)
  • Partners in Housing: 719-473-8890 (New/gently used only. Queen size or less)
  • Peak Disposal & Recycling: 719-481-2340


  • American Tire Exchange: 719-550-4666
  • Geocycle: 719-227-9860
  • 1-800-GOT-JUNK
  • Junk King: 888-888-5865


  • Blue Star Recyclers: 719-597-6119
  • E-Tech Recyclers: 719-799-6517
  • Contact your nearest thrift store location for donation criteria
  • Electronics on reverse page can be accepted at the HHWF during weekday appointments (flatscreen TVs must be 40” or smaller diagonally, CRTs must be 20” or smaller diagonally)


City of Victor Announcement

The City of Victor is Seeking Volunteers for the Following Boards:

Board of Appeals

The Board of Appeals shall consist of three individuals, preferably one each from any of the following professions or disciplines: registered design professional, architect, structural, mechanical, electrical or fire protection engineer, building or superintendent of construction work, electrician, plumber or mechanical contractor.” Sec 18-2-30 Victor Municipal Code.

Board of Historic Preservation

The Board of Historic Preservation may consist of individuals with a passion for historic preservation and an understanding of the unique history of the City of Victor.

For anyone interested in either board volunteer position, please contact City Hall at (719) 689-5640.

Pfizer COVID-19 Booster Doses Now Available at Teller County Public Health

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has authorized a single Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine booster dose. The CDC recommends: 

  • People 65 years of age and older and residents in long-term care settings should receive a booster shot of the Pfizer vaccine 
  • People ages 50-64 with underlying medical conditions should receive a booster shot of the Pfizer vaccine 
  • People ages 18-49 with underlying medical conditions may receive a booster shot of the Pfizer vaccine 
  • People ages 18-49 who are at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission because of occupational or institutional setting may receive a booster dose of the Pfizer vaccine. 

These recommendations apply ONLY to those in the above categories who received the Pfizer vaccine for their first two doses AT LEAST six (6) months ago. Pfizer booster doses are NOT to be given to individuals who received Moderna or J&J/Janssen for their primary COVID-19 series. 

Please go to to schedule your appointment for a booster dose. If you do not have access to the internet, please call 719-687-6416 for assistance with scheduling your appointment.

Teller County Public Health & Environment also continues to provide 1st and 2nd doses of all three COVID-19 vaccine brands. 

It is important to note that there are several providers of COVID-19 vaccination in Teller County in addition to Teller County Public Health & Environment. These include Safeway, City Market, Peak Vista Community Health, and UCHealth/Pikes Peak Regional Hospital. Teller County residents are encouraged to check our website for additional vaccination opportunities at these partner locations as they become available. 

The Teller County Board of County Commissioners remains concerned about the ongoing physical, mental and economic health of our community. The Board recommends that all members of our community who want to be vaccinated get vaccinated as soon as possible. We continue to encourage all residents and businesses to take personal responsibility for helping to fight the spread of COVID-19 in Teller County by staying home when you are ill and avoiding large public gatherings. 

Dog tests positive for plague following a probable exposure near Divide Trail Loop in Teller County


August 9, 2021 

Media contact: Martha Hubbard 


Teller County Public Health and Environment 


Media contact: Michelle Hewitt 

Public Health Information Officer 

El Paso County Public Health 


Dog tests positive for plague following a probable exposure near Divide Trail Loop in Teller County 

Public Health urges residents to take precautions to prevent exposure 

Teller County, CO – After a dog tested positive for plague following a probable exposure near the Divide Trail Loop at Hayden Divide Park in Teller County, Public Health is urging residents to take precautions to prevent exposure to the plague. 

While plague is common in the summer months, taking simple precautions can lower the risk of transmission to pets and humans. 

Plague is caused by bacteria (Yersinia pestis) that can be spread to people and pets by the bites of infected fleas or by direct contact with infected animals. People or pets with direct exposure to fleas or wildlife in the affected areas may be at risk. People who think they have been exposed should contact a health care provider immediately. Symptoms may include sudden fever, headache, chills, weakness, and tender, painful lymph nodes. If caught early, plague is treatable with antibiotics in both people and pets. 

Plague is frequently detected in prairie dogs, squirrels, rabbits, chipmunks and other rodents. The use of veterinary-approved flea control products is strongly advised for pets. 

People should take the following precautions to protect themselves, their pets and stock animals: 

  • •Avoid fleas. Protect humans with insect/flea repellent and animals with a veterinary-approvedflea treatment.
  • •Do not directly handle any wildlife.
  • Keep pets on a leash—don’t allow them to roam freely.
  • •Keep pets away from wildlife, especially dead rodents and rabbits.
  • •Don’t let dogs or cats hunt prairie dogs, other rodents, or rabbits.
  • •Do not feed wildlife—this attracts them to your property, brings them in close contact, andincreases the risk of disease transmission.

Law Enforcement Activity in the Area

An inmate has escaped from Teller County Jail. There is no need to shelter in place at this time. Expect heavy Law Enforcement traffic in the area and please report anything suspicious to Teller County Sheriff’s Office. 719-687-9652

Booking Photo: Colwell, Chancey Ray

Renee T. Bunting | Deputy | Community Liaison
Teller County Sheriff’s Office
11400 US HWY 24, POB 27 | Divide, Colorado 80814
719-304-5815 (O) | 719-687-7927 (F) | (719) 661-5913 (C)

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