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Please visit the Employment page to view all open positions. Within each job posting, there is link to BambooHR, where you will submit your application, resume and cover letter.
You can enroll in job notifications from the Notify Me page of the website, so you will be notified via text or email when a new job is posted.
Please check out our Benefit Guide for information regarding benefits offered by the Town.
The level of Monument Lake is checked daily by the Town's Water Department, the changes in depth are hardly noticeable and monitored very closely. On an average day, the depth of Monument lake fluctuates by a 100th-200th of a foot, the change is not fast or noticeable.
On the extreme side, such as a very dry year, Monument Lake might fluctuate by a foot to a foot and a half over the summer.
There is a water spigot at Dirty Woman Creek Park on the side of the permanent restroom on the North side of the Park by the Pavilion.
There are electric outlets at both Limbach Park and Dirty Woman Creek Park.
Yes, bounce houses are allowed, however the Town does not allow the use of stakes to secure them to the ground due to the damage these inflict on the irrigation system.
All building permits need to also go through Pikes Peak Regional Building. You may contact them at 719-327-2880
Email planning questions to: Planning@tomgov.org
Email permit questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes. You will need to bring in a drawing showing that the fence will be located on your property, that the fence will not obstruct vision at intersections, and that it is in conformance with the fence regulations. Electric fences are not allowed.
Town Code Section 17.48.120 contains other provision information.
A landscaping permit is required for new landscaping. Please see Section 17.52.040 of the Zoning Code for water conservation provisions for lawns.
Additional information can be found on the Permits page.
For information regarding Triview Metro's water and sewer tap fees, please visit their website at: Triview Metro Water & Sewer Tap Fees
The Town of Monument water district receives its water supply from 9 water wells that are tapped into groundwater aquifers located within the Denver Basin. The Denver Basin is an aquifer system that provides potable water to many urban and rural customers on the eastern plains and Front Range area of the Rocky Mountains in northeaster Colorado.
Most residential water meters will be located near the hot water heater in a utility closet or room. Some older Monument homes can have a water meter located in a buried pit outside in a yard. These pits can only be accessed by Water Department personnel with the appropriate tools.
The easiest and most likely indication of a water leak can be determined by observing your water meter activity. Ensure everything that uses water is shut off or not running (i.e.- faucets, dishwasher, washing machine, sprinklers, etc.) and locate your water meter. Look at the face of the register on top of the meter that shows water flow. Either a dial indicator (older analog) register or a digital reading (newer) register will show any water flow. With the older analog register, a small snowflake or gear shaped wheel will be turning along with a larger dial indicating water flow. If any movement, slow or fast is apparent, water is flowing. With the newer digital reading meter register, the numbers will continue to increase. If any continued dial (older meter) rotation or number increases (newer meter) are observed without water being used, there is a high likelihood of a leak. Leaks can originate from leaking toilets, faucets, and irrigation to just name a few.