Town News

Next Scheduled Aerial Mosquito Spray: June 28 or 29

The Town of Hayden has planned to aerial spray mosquitoes again this year.

All sprayings are contingent upon wind and weather conditions and will next take place during the evening hours on either June 28th or June 29th (depending on weather).

Call Town Hall at 276-3741 for further information.

 

Fire Hydrant & Waterline Flushing and Testing

The Town of Hayden will be undertaking a fire hydrant testing program tentatively scheduled to begin the week of May 8th for that entire week through May 12th. That work will be coordinated with the County Fire Department to determine available fire flows and available water pressures within the system.

Additionally, fire hydrant/waterline flushing will start the next week from May 15th until an estimated completion date of May 19th. This program is mandated by the state to ensure the best water quality to Town residents. During this maintenance period there may be some color tint in the tap water; however, the water is safe for any consumption and household use. If you have further question please feel free to call Town Hall 970-276-3741.

Voter Scam Alert: Be careful about calls requesting voter information

Secretary Williams: Be careful about calls requesting voter information

DENVER, Sept. 9, 2016 — State and county election officials have received numerous complaints this week from Colorado voters who are concerned about phone calls that appear to be an effort to obtain their personal and sensitive information.

During the automated calls, voters are advised their registration is incorrect and needs to be updated before they can receive a ballot for the November election. But both Democrats and Republicans who have received the calls told the Colorado Secretary of State’s office or their county clerk that their registrations are current. At least one person reported being asked to provide a full date of birth after selecting the option for “more information.”

The individuals also have reported that the calls are from an organization identifying itself as “Go Vote CO” or “Go Vote Colorado.” Some voters believe the Secretary of State is somehow involved because that name is similar to the web address of the Secretary of State’s online voter registration system (www.GoVoteColorado.com).

The Secretary of State’s office does not contact individual voters regarding voter registration issues except to respond to inquiries initiated by voters themselves.  Secretary of State Wayne Williams  reminds Colorado residents not to disclose sensitive personal information, such as month and day of birth, driver’s license or state-issued ID numbers, or Social Security numbers to any person or organization they do not know and trust, whether by telephone or otherwise.

Anyone with information concerning the individuals or organization responsible for conducting this telephone solicitation campaign identifying itself as “Go Vote Colorado” or “Go Vote CO” is asked to contact Elections Division legal analyst Chris Amero at 303-894-2200 ext. 6389 or chris.amero@sos.state.co.us at the Secretary of State’s office.

 

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2016 Voter Information & Resources

The November 8, 2016 General Election will be an all mail ballot election. The Town of Hayden participates as a political subdivision in a coordinated election with the Routt County Election Officials. Ballots will be mailed to all eligible voters the week of October 17th 2016.

Anyone wanting to register to vote or change voter registration information may do so by going in to the County Clerk’s office at 522 Lincoln Avenue in Steamboat Springs during the business hours of Monday through Friday, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, or go to www.govotecolorado.com or click here.

To check your voter registration you may go to the above website or call the Elections Office at 970-870-5558 or 1-800-870-5418.

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2016 Hayden Town Council Election

The next election is being held on November 8, 2016.

Available seats:
3 At Large Councilmembers
Mayor

Town elections and candidates are subject to the provisions of the Fair Campaign Practices Act. A copy of the Fair Campaign Practices Act and forms for filing reports can be found here on the Colorado Secretary of State website.

View a copy of the Colorado Campaign and Political Finance Manual (PDF)  here.

If you are interested in serving your community as a Town of Hayden Councilmember or Mayor, please pick up a complete packet at Town Hall starting August 9, 2016.

Press Release: May 11, 2016

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The Town of Hayden and Hayden Town Council is pleased to welcome its newest Councilmember, Mr Charles Forrest. Mr Forrest has been a resident of Hayden for several years and is actively engaged in the community. Councilman Forrest was appointed to the Hayden Town Council following the resignation of Councilman Jim Folley. Councilman Folley has served on the Hayden Town Council since 2012 and will be relocating to be better positioned to see his family. Councilman Forrest will serve the remaining time of Councilman Folley’s term which expires in November of 2016.
 
The Town of Hayden is continuing its search for Town Manager. Over the past several weeks the Town of Hayden has reviewed, sought community input, and interviewed several potential candidates for the vital role of Town Manager. While many of the candidates brought strengths and various talents to the process, the Town of Hayden is continuing its search to find the candidate who will be best suited in helping the Town as it continues to move forward.
 
Please contact the Town of Hayden with any questions @ 970-276- 3741

Hayden Daze 2015

Take a break from the craze!

Food, vendors, music, fun for the whole family!

This year’s Street Dance Live Music: LOOSE CHANGE! Friday, July 17 at Dry Creek Park.


Schedule:

[Download 2015 Schedule]

Friday, July 17: 6pm to midnight

6pm-12am

Vendors Booths & Food Vendors


 

6pm-12am

Beer Garden Open ($3/beer, $1/pop & water) Alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks will be served on-site. Bringing beverages into the event is not allowed and will be subject to removal.


 

 

8pm-12am

Dance featuring LOOSE CHANGE BAND featuring Hayden’s own Trevor Guire! – FREE!


 

Saturday, July 18: 9:30am to 5pm

7-9am

Breakfast at the Bank! Enjoy a FREE Community breakfast at Mountain Valley Bank in Hayden (hwy 40 & 6th St.)


 

9:30am

Disc Golf Tournament $20 entry, sign up day of tourney. Flyer.


 

10:30am (line up at 9:30)

Parade Pre-register at Town Hall starting July 11. Hayden Daze Parade Entry Form →


 

11am

Touch-A-Truck vehicles onsite where kids (young and old) can tour, touch and learn all about the emergency and community service vehicles


 

11am-5pm

Family entertainment (Bounce house, giant slide, Criss/Cross hamster balls, obstacle course) All FREE!
Food and Vendor Booths

Beer Garden ($3/beer, $1/pop & water) Alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks will be served on-site. Bringing beverages into the event is not allowed and will be subject to removal.

MUSIC by Shagters- FREE!


 

12:30pm

2nd Annual HD Corn Hole Tournament (pre-register at town hall starting July 13 or onsite) Team check-in 11:45-12:15pm. LIMITED to first 32 teams. $25 entry per team with 50% payback, double elimination, payout top 2 teams.


 

Vendor Application Form →

Cornhole Tournament Entry Form →