Snow Removal Policy

Green Mountain Falls is under a Stage 1 Burn Restriction:

Stage 1 Burn Restrictions are:

(1) Open burning, excepting fires and campfires within permanently constructed fire grates in developed campgrounds and picnic grounds, charcoal grills and permanent outdoor fireplaces at private residences in areas cleared of all flammable materials.

(2)  The sale or use of fireworks; as defined in Section 10-291.

(3) Outdoor smoking except within an enclosed vehicle or building, a developed recreation site or while stopped in an area at least three (3) feet in diameter that is barren or cleared of all flammable materials.

(4) Launching of model rockets.

(5) Portable wood burning firepits or fire rings.

(6) Chimineas

(7) Outdoor charcoal grills and permanent outdoor fireplace constructed with a spark arrestor on the chimney shall be allowed during Stage 1 restrictions, provided they are at private residences and in an area cleared of all flammable materials including dry vegetation.

Come and Visit!

We’re trying something a little different with the Marshal’s interviews — the Town is hosting an open house on Wednesday, 1/25 and on Monday 1/30 so that everyone can meet the candidates. We have three candidates coming in for interviews — come in, meet them and share your feedback. These will be very informal —…


Prescribed burning

Per US Forest Service, Pikes Peak Ranger District: prescribed burning up to 500 acres Highway 67 1/2 and 8 miles north of Woodland Park lasting through the Fall. To include several pile burns north of Divide. Expect to see smoke in the area and above the Rampart Range on those burn days. El Paso County…


Public Works

On Tuesday, 10/4 the board approved hiring RJ Viers as the public works supervisor. He requested to start work the next day 10/5. He brings a lot of experience to the job and has lived in Buena Vista and Florissant — so GMF should bring new, but not unusual challenges for him. Welcome RJ! Additionally,…



On Tuesday, the board approved the contract for the six month Manager/Clerk position. John Pick will start Monday, October 10. He will have many things to do, not the least of which is update ordinances, work on the budget, prepare and help with the municipal audit and evaluate if the manager/clerk form of government is…