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NOTICE of FINANCIAL INFORMATION

City of Manitou Springs, El Paso County, Colorado 


At the election to be held on November 7, 2017, the City of Manitou Springs (the “City”) is submitting one ballot issue concerning the creation of debt or financial obligation.

Pursuant to §1-7-908(1) C.R.S., the following financial information is provided:

I.  City’s Ending General Fund Balance by Fiscal Year

Fiscal Year                                                  Ending Balance
2017 (projected)                                         $ 2,911,858
2016 (audited)                                            $ 3,230,755       
2015 (audited)                                            $ 2,022,614              
2014 (audited)                                            $ 1,629,630     
2013 (audited)                                            $ 1,335,246         

II.  Total Revenues In and Expenditures From the City’s General Fund by Fiscal Year

Fiscal Year                               Revenues In                         Expenditures From
2017 (projected)                      $10,464,359                            $ 9,644,528 
2016 (audited)                         $  9,685,969                            $ 7,651,593
2015 (audited)                         $  8,155,927                            $ 6,790,790 
2014 (audited)                         $  6,026,775                            $ 5,450,440 
2013 (audited)                         $  5,243,179                            $ 4,846,201  

III.  Amount Incurred by the City for Cash Flow Purposes – by Fiscal Year                                   (Debt or other Financial Obligation with not more than one year term)

Fiscal Year                                                  Cash Flow Borrowings
2017 (projected)                                               $ -0-   
2016 (audited)                                                  $ -0-
2015 (audited)                                                  $ -0-   
2014 (audited)                                                  $ -0-   
2013 (audited)                                                  $ -0-    

IV. The City’s Emergency Reserve Required by § 20(5) of Article X of the Colorado                       Constitution has been Fully Funded by Cash or Investments for the following Fiscal                 Years

                                                                 Emergency Reserve Held In
                                                                 Restricted TABOR Fund
Fiscal Year                                                  Balance in General
2017 (current)                                                   Not fully funded*       
2016 (audited)                                                   Not fully funded*       
2015 (audited)                                                   Not fully funded*     
2014 (audited)                                                   Not fully funded*       
2013 (audited)                                                   Fully funded       

  • The City declared a State of Emergency after the 2013 floods and spent its Tabor Reserve in 2014 and is still in a State of Emergency.

V.  City’s Ending Capital Improvements Fund Balance by Fiscal Year

Fiscal Year                                                   Ending Balance
2017 (projected)                                              $ 200,830      
2016 (audited)                                                 $ 168,455     
2015 (audited)                                                 $ 885,171     
2014 (audited)                                                 $ 289,324     
2013 (audited)                                                 $ 301,662     

VI. Total Revenues In and Expenditures From the City’s Capital Improvements Fund by               Fiscal Year

Fiscal Year                               Revenues In                         Expenditures From
2017 (projected)                      $1,028,004                              $ 1,961,590    
2016 (audited)                         $   114,167                              $    604,900    
2015 (audited)                         $     33,315                              $    569,274     
2014 (audited)                         $     36,081                              $    798,297    
2013 (audited)                         $    200,828                              $   811,217        

VII.  Any Person may Review the City’s

1. audited Financial Statements for the last four Fiscal Years,
2. any Management Letters made public and provided to the City by the City’s Auditors for          the last four Fiscal Years, and
3. the Budget for the current Fiscal Year

at the following location:

City of Manitou Springs
Office of the City Clerk
606 Manitou Avenue
Manitou Springs, CO 80829
Telephone:  719-685-2554


Notice of Budget 


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a proposed 2018 budget has been presented to the Manitou Springs City Council.  Click to view the entire 2018 budget notice.


Notice of Comment Period and Public Meetings


Notice of El Paso County's Comment Period and Public Meetings Regarding the 2017-2021 Consolidated Plan, 2017 Annual Action Plan and Citizen Participation Plan for the Administration of the Community Development Block Grant Program.


Requests for Proposals

Pawnee Avenue Mill and Overlay

City Hall and Public Services Design  Addendum


Ordinances 
This section contains the City's official public notice for pending and recently adopted ordinances. All links are PDFs. For those without Internet access, the full text of ordinances is available in the city clerk's office at 606 Manitou Avenue.

FYI: Ordinances must be voted on twice before they go into effect. Ever wonder what the Ordinance number means? It's simply a count of the ordinances in any given year. So Ordinance No. 0316 is the third ordinance of 2016.   


2017 Ordinances


Passed at First Reading

ORD 5017 (Traffic Engineer)
ORD 4917 (Water Service Outside City Limits)


Passed and Adopted 

ORD 4817 (Rosemary Lane Right of Way)
ORD 4717 (Arch Drainage Easement)
ORD 4617 (Code Enforcement)
ORD 4517 (Lot Coverage and Site Plans)
ORD 4417 (Wireless Service Facilities)
ORD 4317 (2018 Budget and Amending 2017) Exhibit A
ORD 4217
 (Signage)
ORD 4117 (Roll-off Dumpsters)
ORD 4017 (Home Occupation Signs)
ORD 3917 (Public Property Work and Encroachments)
ORD 3817 (Wildlife Protection)
ORD 3717
 (Moratorium on Sexually Oriented Businesses)
ORD 3617
 (Minor Subdivision Plat Approval)
ORD 3517 (Accessory Structures)
ORD 3317 (Tio Street Renamed)
ORD 3217 (Adult Business Moratorium)
ORD 3117 (Equipment Lease Purchase) Exhibit A
ORD 3017 (Rezoning to Open Space)
ORD 2917 (Rezoning 115 Beckers Lane)
ORD 2817 (Noise Regulation)
ORD 2717 (Use of Public Property, Music, and Smoking in Parks)
ORD 2617 (Budget Amendments) Exhibit A
ORD 2417 (Regulation of Animals)
ORD 2317 (Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual)
ORD 2217 (Emergency Telephone Surcharge)
ORD 2117 (Procurement Requirements)
ORD 2017 (Open Space Rezone)
ORD 1917 (Vacating Pawnee & Fairmont) Exhibit A
ORD 1817 (Protection Orders)
ORD 1717 (Business Licensing)
ORD 1617 (Long-Term Lodging)
ORD 1517 (Hearings & Appeals)
ORD 1417 (Pre-Application Meetings)
ORD 1317 (Nuisances)
ORD 1217 (Extend MJ Hours)
ORD 1117 (Plan Manitou) Exhibit A
ORD 1017 (Historic Structures Building Code)
ORD 0917 (Establish Housing Authority Board)
ORD 0817 (Extend Two-hour Parking on Ruxton)
ORD 0717 (Rezoning Residential to Open Space)
ORD 0617 (Moratorium on Adult Businesses)
ORD 0517 (Community Agriculture)
ORD 0417 (Water and Sewer Rates)
ORD 0317 (Changes to PAB)
ORD 0217 (Judge Residency Requirement)
ORD 0117 (Water & Sewer Maintenance)


Failed

ORD 3417 (Sexually Oriented Businesses)
ORD 2517 (Historic Preservation of Hiawatha Gardens)


Postponed

ORD 5117 (Board Roles)


2016 Ordinances

2015 Ordinances 

2014 Ordinances

2013 Ordinances

2012 Ordinances

2011 Ordinances