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The cost of a building permit is dependant upon how much it costs you to complete the project, labor and materials. The town goes off a rate table to determine the building permit fe. In addition to the permit fee, a use tax is charged. For further information regarding permits, please refer to our Building Inspections page.
A 2% use tax is applied to the building materials. However, if the project is submitted with the cost of materials and labor combined, the charge will be 1% of the total.
Jonathon Gesick of ProCode is the town Building Inspector. For more information about the permitting process, please refer to our Building Inspection page.
The price of rental for the Community Center varies. Please visit the Community Center page for more information about our rental rates.
It is located at 101 Todd Avenue, LaSalle, CO 80645.
The shelters at our main park rent for $50 for LaSalle residents and $100 for all others. For any questions, please visit our Parks page.
Memorial Park is home to the town's baseball fields. It is located on Todd Avenue behind the Maurice McMahan Community Center.
The Weld County Sheriff can be reached by calling 970-356-4015. Their offices are located at:
915 10th StreetGreely, CO 80634
For after hours, non-emergency service from the LaSalle Police Department, please call 970-350-9600, option 4.
LaSalle Post Office Phone: 970-284-6569
LaSalle Post Office Address:
524 N 2nd StreetLaSalle, CO 80645
The LaSalle Fire Department can be reached by calling 970-284-6336. Their office is located at:
118 Main StreetLaSalle, CO 80645
No, as of November 1, 2010, Weld County will not issue burn permits due to air quality control.
Yes, all dogs must be licensed through Town Hall with proof of current rabies vaccination.
Click here for the 2019 Dog License Form.
The town contracts with B and C Refuse for our trash services. They can be reached by calling 970-785-2908.
The trash pickup schedule is as follows:
Yes, we take Visa, Mastercard and Discover. We also accept checks, cash, and money orders.
Yes, you can make a payment over the phone and online. To pay online, go to www.xpressbillpay.com
Meters are read the last week of each month.
Utility bills are sent out the first of the month for the prior month's utility charges.
Bills are due upon receipt. A late fee of $15 will be applied if payment is not received prior to the last business day of the month.
Visit our Utility Billing page for information about charges and breakdown.
The account is considered past due when payment has not been received by the 2nd to last business day of the month the bill was sent out. Your new bill will reflect this in the past due column which will be highlighted.
If this past due amount is not paid prior to the second Monday of the month, you will receive a delinquent letter. This letter will reflect the amount you need to pay and the shut off date. If you are one month past due, you are required to pay the current bill plus half of the past due amount.
If this is the second month of being past due, you are required to pay the full amount owed. This is the remainder of the past due and the current month's bill.
If payment has not been received before the shut off date, your water will be turned off. We charge a $30 turn off and $30 turn on fee for a total of $60. If your water is shut off, your account will need to be paid in full prior to the water being turned back on.
Visit our Watering Restrictions page for information about watering days.