COMMON INQUIRIES MADE AT THE HUGO TOWN HALL
When do I need a building permit?
A building permit is required from the Town any time a building is erected, constructed, moved or structurally altered so as to change its exterior dimensions. A permit is also required to demolish a structure or building which is larger than 150 square feet. Permit applications may be acquired at the Town Hall and permits are issued pursuant to applicable building and zoning codes.
Do I need a permit for a sign?
The location, heights, and types of signs in Town are regulated by the appropriate sign codes and permits are required. Permit applications may be acquired at the Town Hall.
When do I need to license my dog?
Every person who owns or harbors a dog in the Town must have that dog inoculated by a licensed veterinarian and obtain a certificate of such vaccination. A Town license must be purchased from the Town on or before the first day of June each year or within 30 days after the dog reaches the age of 4 months. A dog acquired after the first day of June in any calendar year must be licensed within 30 days after such acquisition, or within 30 days after the dog reaches the age of 4 months. New residents have 30 days after becoming residents to secure a license. Proof of rabies vaccination must be presented at the time of licensing.
What are the rules governing trash removal?
Residential and small-volume commercial users shall maintain covered cans, barrels or other containers capable of containing one week’s accumulation of refuse. These containers are generally located along the alleys nearest the rear lot lone of the residents’ property. Refuse is to be placed in closed, plastic trash bags not exceeding 33 gallons in size each. At the discretion of the Town, certain high volume commercial users may place refuse in dumpsters located for that purpose. All leaves and grass must be deposited in closed plastic trash bags not exceeding 33 gallons in capacity. The Town will pick up tree trimmings or shrubs providing they are three inches in diameter or smaller, cut it five (5) foot or shorter lengths and tied in bundles not to exceed 24 inches in diameter.
Where is Town ordinance violations prosecuted?
The Town maintains a Municipal Court where municipal ordinance violations, including most traffic violations are prosecuted. The municipal judge convenes court on a once monthly basis, unless circumstances require otherwise.
Hugo, Colorado Town Ordinances
This page provides a sub-divided list of official documents that are open to the public and may
be reviewed and/or downloaded and printed for your convenience. These resources include additional town documents.
Building Ordinances & Permits
- Ordinance Number 224
AMENDED LAND USE ORDINANCE NUMBER 171, AS AMENDED, TO REDEFINE “BUILDING” FOR PURPOSES OF ISSUANCE OF PERMIT
Ordinance Number 223
CHANGE THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF THAT PROPERTY KNOWN AS THE SOLOMON ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF HUGO,
Ordinance Number 215
APPROVING A LEASE AGREEMENT WITH THE HUGO LIONS CLUB FOR USE OF A PORTION OF THE BUILDING LOCATED ON LOTS 26 AND 27, BLOCK 3, HILLS ADDITION TO HUGO AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF SAID LEASE AGREEMENT
Ordinance Number 219
ORDINANCE TO ACCEPT AND DEDICATE REAL PROPERTY FOR USE AS A MUNICIPAL STREET.
Ordinance Number 220
AUTHORIZING THE TOWN OF HUGO, COLORADO TO SELL REAL ESTATE OWNED BY THE TOWN OF HUGO, COLORADO
Ordinance Number 222
GRANTING TO K.C. ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION, INC., A NON EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE TO CONSTRUCT, OPERATE, AND MAINTAIN AN ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM IN THE STREETS,ALLEYS AND PUBLIC WAYS OF THE TOWN OF HUGO
Rules & Regulations
Reservation & Request Forms