RFP, Public & Bid Notice’s

Notices and announcements are posted here to facilitate the dissemination of information to the public and enable residents of Montezuma County to make informed decisions regarding local issues and proposals. New notices are published periodically as needed, in compliance with local regulations.

Public Notices

Public Notice: TELEPHONE AUTHORITY TO INCREASE THE 9-1-1 EMERGENCY TELEPHONE CHARGE

Public Notice 

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FILED – March 5, 2020

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
BY THE MONTEZUMA COUNTY EMERGENCY TELEPHONE AUTHORITY
TO INCREASE THE 9-1-1 EMERGENCY TELEPHONE CHARGE

Notice is hereby given that the Montezuma County Emergency Telephone Authority has applied
to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) for approval to increase the current
monthly 9-1-1 surcharge affecting all users of exchange telephone, wireless, wireline, and voiceover-internet-protocol (VOIP) telephone services within Montezuma and Dolores Counties from
$0.70 to $1.40. The proposed effective date of the increase is July 1, 2020.

As explained in the Application, the requested surcharge increase is proposed as necessary to
fund expenses related to the provision of emergency telephone service, as allowed by Colorado
law (C.R.S. 29-11-102 and 104).

This application is available for inspection in each local office of the Application or at the
CPUC. The address of the Applicant where the Application may be viewed is Montezuma
County Administration, 109 W Main St., Ste 260, Cortez, CO or Dolores County
Commissioners’ Office, 409 Main St., Dove Creek, CO. The Applicant’s telephone number is
970-565-8311.

The Application may also be inspected at the offices of the CPUC, 1560 Broadway, Ste. 250,
Denver, CO 80202, and electronically at
https://www.dora.state.co.us/pls/efi/EFI_search_UI.search, Proceeding No-20A-0087T.

Objections or comments may be filed through mail to the offices of the CPUC, 1560 Broadway, Ste., 250, Denver, CO 80202, or online using the Commission’s electronic filing system at https:/www.dora.state.co.us/pls/real/CCTS_oWEB.comment_form. All interventions must be filed in accordance with Rule 1401 of the Commission’s Rules of Practice and procedures & Code of Colorado Regulations, 723-1. If the application is uncontested or unopposed, as evidenced through the absence of written intervention or object filings by the deadline, the Commission may determine the matter without a hearing and without further notice. The deadline for filing an intervention or Objections is April 6, 2020.

If a hearing is held, members of the public may attend and make statements under oath even if
they do not file written objections or requests for intervention.

Any person desiring information regarding when hearings, if any, may be held may submit a
a written request to the CPUC or contact the External Affairs section of the Commission at (30)
894-2070 or (800) 456-0858.

Download the notice Here

Public Notice: Requesting Volunteers to Serve on Local Advisory Committee

Public Notice 

Board of County Commissioners
109 West Main, Room 250
Cortez, CO 81321
(970) 565-8317
(970)565-3420 Fax

County Commissioners:
James Candelaria
Keenan G. Ertel
Larry Don Suckla

County Administrator:
Shak Powers

Montezuma County Colorado State University Extension is Requesting Volunteers to Serve on Local Advisory Committee
The Montezuma County and CSU Extension office is requesting volunteers to serve on its local Advisory Committee. The advisory committee will be appointed by the Board of County Commissioners.
The primary purpose of the advisory committee is to advise and make recommendations. The committee will meet quarterly to discuss Montezuma County Extension programs in 4-H, Agriculture, Horticulture, Natural Resources, and other topics that may be important to Montezuma County. This is a three (3) year term.
In order to get a diversity of members please provide us with a little bit of your history in the Montezuma County community. If you are interested in serving on this Advisory Committee, please write a letter of interest and bring, mail or email to bmorgan@co.montezuma.co.us

Montezuma County
Attn. CSU Advisory Board
109 W. Main, Room 260
Cortez, CO 81321
970-565-8317
Fax: 970-565-3420

Public Notice: Public Health Threat of COVID-19

Public Notice 

Colorado Takes Further Action to Address 

Public Health Threat of COVID-19

State extends suspension of downhill ski operations, limits gatherings to no more than 10 people, suspends in-person learning in public & private schools

DENVER – Today Governor Jared Polis provided an update on the state’s response to COVID-19 and announced new executive actions to protect the health and safety of Coloradans. Earlier today at a news conference, Governor Polis announced the launch of the Help Colorado Now effort where Coloradans can donate or volunteer, as well as the Colorado COVID Relief Fund, which has already raised nearly $3 million to help Coloradans impacted by the coronavirus.

“We are acting boldly and swiftly together to protect the health and safety of all Coloradans. The science and data tells us this will get worse before it gets better,” said Governor Jared Polis. “We are in this together and the state is taking the necessary actions to slow the spread of this disease.”

The Governor signed an executive order suspending in-person learning in public and private schools across the state from March 23 to April 17. The executive order directs Colorado school districts and the Charter School Institute to make every effort to provide alternative learning opportunities during this time while taking into account the needs of local communities. This order also directs the Commissioner of Education to issue guidance to support P-12 school systems in developing and implementing plans to assist families and students in accessing alternative learning, providing free and reduced lunch and breakfast, and offering waivers for an instructional time as appropriate. Click here to read.

“Protecting the health of all Coloradoans is our top priority, and moving to online learning and other ways to support learning at home is absolutely the right thing to do,” said Education Commissioner Katy Anthes. “We know school leaders, educators and families will have a lot of questions about how to support their students’ learning at home during this unprecedented time. The department is working on guidance and developing resources to support our schools and students, and it will be available very soon.”

The Governor also announced that he would be extending the suspension of downhill ski area operations through April 6. COVID-19 has spread throughout many mountain communities where ski resorts are located and this is a necessary step to help slow the spread of the virus. Last week, the Governor issued an executive order suspending ski area operations until March 22. Click here to read the order.

In accordance with CDC guidelines, the Colorado Department of Public Health also issued a public health order prohibiting gatherings of 10 or more people. Gatherings include community, civic, public, leisure, faith-based events, sporting events with spectators, concerts, conventions, fundraisers, parades, fairs, festivals or any similar event that brings 10 or more people together. Click here to read.

Coloradans can donate or sign up to volunteer at  www.HelpColoradoNow.org.

Public Notice 

Table of Contents

Chairman

Larry Don Suckla (Mancos) Phone: (970) 759-3940

Vice-Chairman

Jim Candelaria (Pleasant View) Phone: (970) 749-3841

Commissioner of Deeds

Keenan Ertel (Cortez) Phone: (970) 749-5514

Bid Notices

Public Bid Notice Submersible Pump

Public Bid Notice 

1 Submersible ½ hp. 230 vac that will pump 4 GPM at 165 ft of head and can be laid on its side. Must also price control panel for a pump with 0-5 psi water level transducer, Pump Saver, 100’ of cable for both pump and sensors, and 1 ¼” disconnect adaptor for 18” SDR 11 HDPE pipe, all electrical connectors. This project is for a landfill leachate pumping station.
Send quotes to: mjarmon@co.montezuma.co.us
Need quotes by Aug 14

Public Bid Notice Trommel Screen

Public Bid Notice 

Montezuma County Landfill is requesting bids for a trommel screen. The requirements are as follows. 1, Track driven machine with remote control. 2, side and rear conveyors with a minimum discharge height of 7.5 ft . 3, Drum diameter is to 4.5-6ft and 10-14ft in length. 4, Self-cleaning brushes. 5, Quick change screen capability. 6, 4 cubic yard hopper. 7, Wire screen is to be 1/4” 8, Diesel-powered 80-100hp.


Need bids by Aug 24, 2020. Send bid to Montezuma County Landfill.

Bid Notice Office Cleaning

Public Bid Notice Office Cleaning  

Public Bid Notice

Bids for 2021

Montezuma County will accept sealed proposals for Office Cleaning at the various Montezuma County locations, which include the County Administration Building, the Combined Courts, Annex 1, Annex 3, County Sheriff’s Office, the Montezuma County Road Shop, and the Transportation Department. Proof of $1,000,000.00 general liability is required.  See Below for each individual Location and their requirements.

Cleaning Service Contracts:

 

You may bid on all or any one location.  If you bid on more than one location each bid should be in a separate sealed envelope.  Please put on the front of the envelope your Company name and the location you are putting a bid on.

Proposals are due in the County Administration Office, 109 West Main St., Room 260, Cortez, CO 81321, no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, September 25, 2020.  Bids will be opened and awarded Tuesday, September 29, 2020.  For building walk-thru and duty list please contact Mike Chenard, during regular business hours at 560-2959.  Montezuma County reserves the right to reject any or all proposals if deemed in the best interest of the County to do so.  The low bid may not necessarily be selected as the winning bid.

/s/ Kim Percell, Clerk

Board of County Commissioners

Montezuma County, Colorado

RFP Notices

Contact Montezuma County Chairman, Larry Don Suckla (Mancos)
Contact Montezuma County Vice-Chairman, Jim Candelaria (Pleasant View)
Contact Montezuma County Commissioner of Deeds, Keenan Ertel (Cortez)