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- A free program spreads out utility payments throughout the year. - Payments are based on the average of a customer’s previous 12 months bills. - The amount changes slightly every month since we update the average every month to include the most recent 12 months bills. It should change only slightly from month to month. - Overall utility expenses are not reduced with this program. The expenses are just distributed more evenly. ( Budget Billing - Frederick )

- Must have an account with a history of at least 12 months for all services. - Renters can participate but the landowner must be the one that calls and enrolls the property. - Account must be in good standing: the account cannot have been involuntarily shutoff in the last 6 months. ( Budget Billing - Frederick )

Customers can sign up over the phone or in person. There are no contracts or long term commitments with this program. ( Budget Billing - Frederick )

Customers can discontinue the use of the program at any time. Any balance due will be billed to the account or any credit will be applied to the account. ( Budget Billing - Frederick )

Yes! However, dumpsters must be in your driveway or on your property. For emergency purposes, dumpsters must be out of right of ways, meaning alleys and roads. If a dumpster needs to be in the road, it is subject to ticketing and is at your own risk.  ( Building - Frederick )

For a private residential moves, you are able to have a POD or similar for up to 30 days. No permit is needed.  The temporary container needs to be on your property, in a driveway or yard, and out of right of ways, alleys and streets. If the container is in the street it is subject to ticketing. For more information on storage containers please refer to storage containers . ( Building - Frederick )

Water and ice shield is required on eves and valleys. Inspections include mid roof and final Mid-roof inspection includes complete tear-off, all underlayment and flashing installed, and 25% to 75% of shingles required. If a mid-roof inspection is not done, a final inspection will not be performed. Roofing contractor will be required to tear off up to 25% of the shingles to complete the mid roof inspection. ( Building - Frederick )

View information on when is a permit required . ( Building - Frederick )

A construction office trailer is a permitted use as long as there is an active building permit for the site. Please indicate where the trailer is on the site plan. If there is no active building permit, you will need to fill out a general construction permit for the trailer. If no permit is active, the permit fee is subject to doubling.  ( Building - Frederick )

Chapter 8 of the Municipal Code regulates storage of recreational vehicles on private property. It states: (1) As the owner or operator of any recreational vehicle or utility trailer, it is unlawful to park any such vehicle on any public right-of-way, including any street, alley or public parking lot, except during the loading or unloading of such vehicle when such loading or unloading is completed within seventy-two (72) hours of such parking. A recreational vehicle may be parked in a public parking lot or private parking lot when such parking is in conjunction with personal or official business at the location of the parking, but in no event shall such parking extend longer than twenty-four (24) hours. The owner or operator of a recreational vehicle parked for longer than twenty-four (24) hours in a public parking lot or private parking lot may be charged with such violation upon complaint of the property owner or when the interest of public health safety and/or welfare dictate the necessity of charging such violation. (2) An owner or occupant of private property may park or store on such property one (1) recreational vehicle and one (1) utility trailer that he or she owns. Unless parked or stored in an approved structure, such vehicle and trailer may be parked or stored in the backyard of the property, screened from view from adjacent properties and public rights-of-way. One (1) such vehicle may be parked in the driveway of the property. No recreational vehicle or utility trailer may be parked in such a manner as to create a traffic hazard or block passage on the sidewalk or other right-of-way. (3) No person shall use any recreational vehicle or utility trailer for storage. (4) No person shall use any recreational vehicle or utility trailer for the operation of a business or residence, while stored or parked. (5) No mobile home may be located permanently or temporarily in any residential area unless said area is zoned for the same. (Ord. 966 §2, 2008; Ord. 1049 §§1, 2, 2010; Ord. 1226 §1, 2016) Section 8-42 ( Code Enforcement - Frederick )

The Town of Frederick does not regulate the number of dogs a resident may have. ( Code Enforcement - Frederick )

Each single-family detached dwelling unit in the R-E, R-1, and R-2 zoning districts may have six (6) chickens on their property. You must obtain a permit if you choose to have chickens. Roosters are not permitted. ( Code Enforcement - Frederick )

Please contact the Planning Department to determine the correct zoning of your property and work through the regulations to determine whether or not horses are allowed on your property. ( Code Enforcement - Frederick )

View the Top Ten Code FAQs . ( Code Enforcement - Frederick )

Please call the Frederick Code Enforcement at (720) 382-5700. ( Code Enforcement - Frederick )

In most cases, the tree lawn in front of newer residences falls within public right-of-way that is owned by the Town and often contains utilities such as water and sewer. However, even though that strip of grass is owned by the Town, the owner of the property that it abuts is generally required to maintain it. This kind of arrangement is common in most municipalities nationwide, and is generally non-negotiable. ( Code Enforcement - Frederick )

By registering your information with CodeRED, through www.weld911alert.com, you will receive emergency notifications from Weld County and/or your local law enforcement agency. These notifications will include severe weather warnings, missing children alerts (Amber alerts), law enforcement activity -- any incident in which residents in the immediate area and surrounding areas would need to take appropriate steps to safeguard life and property. ( Emergency Preparedness - Frederick )

No. The following is the Privacy Policy for CodeRED. EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK, LLC PRIVACY POLICY Emergency Communications Network, LLC (ECN) values your privacy. The information we collect while you visit our website is designed to assist ECN in serving you when notifying you in case of an emergency. The data that you input onto ECN web pages is kept in ECN custody. It is kept confidential and we take reasonable and appropriate steps to protect the information that you share with us from unauthorized access or disclosure. We do not intentionally collect Personal Information from anyone we know to be under 13 years of age. Your information may display on an authorized CodeRED user’s screen describing the disposition of calls sent to you through the normal use of the CodeRED system. This information will continue to remain in ECN custody and will not be released unless compelled to do so by a court of competent jurisdiction. ECN Web sites and ECN operational service providers collect and use your personal information to operate ECN Web sites and deliver the services you have requested only. ECN does not sell, rent or lease this information to third parties. ECN welcomes your comments regarding this Statement of Privacy or other services ECN provides. If you have any questions, please contact ECN by telephone, e-mail, or postal mail. ECN does not sell, rent or lease its customer lists to third parties. ECN Privacy Emergency Communications Network, LLC. 780 W. Granada Blvd, Suite 200, Ormond Beach, Florida 32174 866-939-0911 ( Emergency Preparedness - Frederick )

You will receive phone calls when the Target Notification system is activated and your address is within the geographic area chosen to receive the notification message. The Target Notification system will only be activated for emergency purposes. ( Emergency Preparedness - Frederick )

If you move after you have entered your information into the website you will need to go back into the website and re-enter your information with your new address. ( Emergency Preparedness - Frederick )

When signing up for CodeRED you will be asked for: Location Details: including an address (home or business), city, state, zip Contact information: name, phone numbers (mobile, TDD/TTY, Email Alert Types: when you register your information with CodeRed, you are registering to automatically receive emergency notifications from Weld County. You may also opt in to receive notifications for weather warnings such as tornados, severe thunderstorms, flash floods and winter storm warnings when issued by the National Weather Service. ( Emergency Preparedness - Frederick )

Yes. You can enter multiple phone numbers (landline, cellular, TTY, VoIP) in the CodeRED system. You may register as many phone numbers to an address as you wish. Sorry, pager numbers will NOT receive these calls, so please don’t use those as a secondary number. ( Emergency Preparedness - Frederick )

No. You will only receive phone calls when the Target Notification system is activated and your address is within the geographic notification area chosen. The Target Notification system will only be activated for emergency purposes. ( Emergency Preparedness - Frederick )

No. The last address that you enter into the website will be the only location that your telephone number is associated with. Your telephone number can only be in the database once, at one location. ( Emergency Preparedness - Frederick )

Yes. No matter where you are physically located, you will only receive calls for emergencies that affect the address entered into the website. So if you are on vacation in a different state you will still receive a phone call if the address you entered is affected by an emergency. ( Emergency Preparedness - Frederick )

Residents who have already registered their phone numbers with the previous system will automatically have their numbers loaded into the new system. Existing users, however, are encouraged to create a user profile with CodeRED and make sure their information in the system is current. ( Emergency Preparedness - Frederick )

Yes. You are encouraged to register your business address and phone number in the CodeRED system. Because there are laws about calling more than one number associated with a business, please register the one number you want called if an emergency affects your business. Please make sure the number provided is one that actually gets answered by a person or answering machine, not an automated call processing system. ( Emergency Preparedness - Frederick )

When you receive a CodeRED Emergency message, you will see the telephone number 866-419-5000, and if you have signed up for CodeRED Weather Warnings, you will see the telephone number 800-566-9780 during weather events. If you would like to hear the last message delivered to your phone, simply dial that number back. ( Emergency Preparedness - Frederick )

Weld County has also contracted the CodeRED Weather Warning system, an automated weather warning technology that delivers phone calls, text messages, and emails to registered residents and businesses within the direct path of severe weather. The CodeRED Weather Warning system is an opt-in service that automatically notifies those registered of tornado, flash flood, and severe thunderstorm warnings just minutes after an alert is issued by the National Weather Service (NWS). ( Emergency Preparedness - Frederick )

Yes, CodeRED has an App available for both Apple and Android smart phones. Downloading the App is free. This App also offers citizens the option to upgrade the App so they can receive National Weather Service severe weather notifications for where they travel throughout the U.S. This App upgrade costs private citizens $4.99 per year. Only the weather service upgrade costs citizens has a fee. You do not need to purchase the App for emergency notifications within Weld County. ( Emergency Preparedness - Frederick )

1. Use of Service: Subscriber shall not directly or indirectly transmit, broadcast, redistribute, forward or deliver the Service or any part of the data, information, images or other products which constitute the service to any other person or entity, in any format, or by any means. In order to receive the free CRWW Service you must be a resident in the governing body that subscribes to the CodeRED Service. 2. Official Watches, Warnings, Advisories and Bulletins communicated to Subscriber are authored by the National Weather Service or related government agencies: The authoring agency is solely responsible for the content and accuracy of the information contained in the CRWW weather bulletins. IN NO WAY WILL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK (ECN), OR YOUR LOCAL GOVERNMENT THAT SUBSCRIBES TO THE CODERED SERVICES, BE HELD LIABLE FOR INCOMPLETE OR INACCURATE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN ANY OF THE RETRANSMITTED INFORMATION. CRWW SERVICE IS NOT INTENDED TO BE USED FOR DECISION-MAKING PURPOSES, NOR SHOULD IT BE RELIED UPON IN ANY WAY! CRWW AND AFFILIATED SERVICES ARE FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY - USE IS AT YOUR OWN RISK! SUBSCRIBERS AND THIRD PARTIES ARE SOLELY RESPON- SIBLE FOR ACTIONS OR OMISSIONS RESULTING IN THE LOSS OF LIFE OR PROPERTY. In general, telephone communications are subject to numerous variables, and as such the dissemination of high volumes of high-speed automated calls typically cannot reach 100% of all desired recipients. By agreeing to these terms you, the subscriber, acknowledge that transmission of information via telephone is reliant upon conditions beyond ECN’s and your local government’s control; ECN, and your local government, do not warrant that the issuance of a NWS weather bulletin that covers a subscriber’s geographical location will result in a successfully connected call or in a delivered warning message to the subscriber. Subscriber acknowledges that the CRWW service is intended to be used as part of a comprehensive weather awareness strategy, which includes monitoring of other weather information media as well as the use of common sense. 3. Warranties: ECN, and the governing body that subscribes to the CodeRED services, makes no express or implied warranties regarding the CRWW Service including, but not limited to, ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. 4. Liabilities: ECN, and the governing body that subscribes to the CodeRED services, will not be liable for any failure or delay in performance due in whole or in part to any cause beyond ECN’s reasonable control. In no event shall ECN, and the governing body that subscribes to the CodeRED services, be liable for any special, indirect, incidental or consequential damages; ECN AND THE GOVERNING BODY THAT SUBSCRIBES TO THE CODERED SER- VICES SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO SUBSCRIBER FOR ANY DAMAGES WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT, TORT OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY BEYOND A REFUND OF SUBSCRIBER FEES. 5. Choice of Law -This Agreement, and the services provided thereunder, shall be construed and adjudicated under Florida Law without regard to any conflict of laws statutes. The parties hereby agree that the venue and jurisdiction of any dispute arising hereunder shall be in Volusia County, Florida. ( Emergency Preparedness - Frederick )

The Town of Frederick does not quote floodplain information. 080244 0001B 080266 0850C 080266 0863C 080266 0861C 080266 0960D To view the above FIRM maps, please visit FEMA. ( Engineering and Utilities - Frederick )

Sales tax licenses and collections for the Town of Frederick are handled by the State of Colorado Department of Revenue. State of Colorado Department of Revenue ( Finance - Frederick )

- Food for home consumption - Machinery and machine tools - Gas and electricity for residential use - Renewable energy components ( Finance - Frederick )

The sales tax rate for the Town of Frederick is 3.5% ( Finance - Frederick )

The mill levy for the 2020 budget year is 6.555 mills. ( Finance - Frederick )

The Finance Department is responsible for the Budget. ( Finance - Frederick )

Hot air balloon weather conditions are contingent upon many factors including wind, clouds, fog, and rain. If there is inclement weather that prohibits safe flying, we will post an update on our Frederick In Flight website event page , add a News & Highlights news flash on the website homepage, and post on social media ( Facebook and Twitter ) as soon as we are notified by the Hot Air Balloon event producer and FAA. Cancellation of the morning events can come at any time before scheduled lift-offs at 6 am.  ( Frederick in Flight - Frederick )

Yes! You can sponsor a balloon for the event. The Hot Air Balloon sponsorship is $400 and includes a flight for two people (maximum). Anyone can sponsor a balloon, including a business, organization, or people. Balloon lift-off is weather-dependent, and you run the risk of cancellation. Sponsorship is non-refundable. Fill out the online 2021 Event Sponsor Form or call 720.382.5513 to lift off! ( Frederick in Flight - Frederick )

Yes! You can bring your fur baby on a leash. Please be aware events can be crowded and noisy. If your pup is hard to control or easily excited, Town events may not be a good idea. ( Frederick in Flight - Frederick )

No, unfortunately the town only accepts applications for positions that are currently open and posted. However, you can create an application and save it for a position that may be posted in the future, without submitting it. Then when a position is posted, you can access your application using your User ID and Password, and submit the application you created previously. ( Human Resources - Frederick )

No you don’t! Once you complete an application for a position with the town, you will be prompted to create a User ID and Password, which you can use to log in and view the status of an existing application, or to create a new application for a different position without starting over from scratch. ( Human Resources - Frederick )

View general court questions. ( Municipal Court - Frederick )

View traffic court questions. ( Municipal Court - Frederick )

View what is refracking? . ( Oil & Gas in your Neighborhood - Frederick )

View the history of oil and gas in Frederick . ( Oil & Gas in your Neighborhood - Frederick )

View who regulates well sites in the Greater Wattenberg Area . ( Oil & Gas in your Neighborhood - Frederick )

View the factors for selection of oil and gas well drill sites . ( Oil & Gas in your Neighborhood - Frederick )

View the activities that occur with drilling . ( Oil & Gas in your Neighborhood - Frederick )

View gas lines placement and how that is determined . ( Oil & Gas in your Neighborhood - Frederick )

Find out about noise, dust, air pollution and danger area associated with drilling . ( Oil & Gas in your Neighborhood - Frederick )

How does a well site affect wildlife, air and water quality . ( Oil & Gas in your Neighborhood - Frederick )

View who monitors and maintains the sites . ( Oil & Gas in your Neighborhood - Frederick )

View the impacts of a new well on a residence, business or family . ( Oil & Gas in your Neighborhood - Frederick )

View the impacts regarding construction/additions to a home or business . ( Oil & Gas in your Neighborhood - Frederick )

Concerns about wells or gas lines near a home or business . ( Oil & Gas in your Neighborhood - Frederick )

View painting or screening a pump jack . ( Oil & Gas in your Neighborhood - Frederick )

View resources for more information about oil and gas . ( Oil & Gas in your Neighborhood - Frederick )

Not at all. You can pay your bill from anywhere in the world! All you need is access to the Internet through a Web browser. You then log in to your account using your e-mail address and password. No need to worry about late payments if you’re out of town when your bill is due. ( Online Bill Pay (Xpress Bill Pay) - Frederick )

No. It’s free to sign up for online bill payment and to use the service. ( Online Bill Pay (Xpress Bill Pay) - Frederick )

After you complete the transaction, you can receive an e-mail receipt to confirm that your payment went through. ( Online Bill Pay (Xpress Bill Pay) - Frederick )

1) Go to Xpress Bill Pay. We have partnered with Xpress Bill Pay to provide you with online bill payment service. 2) Click on “Create a free account.” If you’ve already signed up with Xpress Bill Pay, you can log in with your e-mail address and password. 3) Follow the instructions on the screen. You will need a valid e-mail address to create an account. Once you’ve submitted your information, you will receive a default password by e-mail. 4) Go back to Xpress Bill Pay and log in using your e-mail address and password. The “Add e-Bills” page appears. Follow the instructions on the screens to add us to your Xpress Bill Pay account. Once you’ve created an account, you’ll be able to go online at any time to view and pay your bills. Express Bill Pay ( Online Bill Pay (Xpress Bill Pay) - Frederick )

We have partnered with Xpress Bill Pay, the premier provider for online bill payment systems. When you sign up for online bill payment you get a unique password that you use to access your personal account at XpressBillPay.com. Every month we’ll send you a reminder e-mail to let you know when your bill is online. Then, just log in through your Web browser and view your bill, which will look like the paper statement you’re familiar with. Select a payment type — credit card, debit card, or electronic funds transfer — enter the information, and you’re done! It’s that easy, and it only takes you a few minutes each month. Express Bill Pay ( Online Bill Pay (Xpress Bill Pay) - Frederick )

Absolutely. All the transactions are handled on secure servers. As long as you don’t give out your password, only you will be able to access your account. Plus, your personal information or e-mail address will not be sold or rented to third parties for marketing purposes without your permission. ( Online Bill Pay (Xpress Bill Pay) - Frederick )

Our new online bill payment option saves you time and gives you more flexibility in how you pay your bill. If you have an Internet connection and an e-mail address, you can now pay your bill online. It’s fast, it’s easy, and you no longer have to write a check each month or find a stamp when it’s time to send in your payment. ( Online Bill Pay (Xpress Bill Pay) - Frederick )

Xpress Bill Pay is the company the Town of Frederick has partnered with to handle our online bill payment. You access your account from their website, XpressBillPay.com. Express Bill Pay ( Online Bill Pay (Xpress Bill Pay) - Frederick )

You can view up to a year’s history of your account online, so you can compare your current bill to a year ago. ( Online Bill Pay (Xpress Bill Pay) - Frederick )

You can pay your bills with a credit or debit card, or you can transfer funds directly from your checking account. ( Online Bill Pay (Xpress Bill Pay) - Frederick )

We try to match the look of your paper statement as much as possible, so you’ll find it easy to read your bill onscreen. ( Online Bill Pay (Xpress Bill Pay) - Frederick )

Frederick has four parks that have pavilions you can reserve. These include Frederick Recreation Area's Big Fred and Little Freddie, Centennial Park, Crist Park and Bulrush Wetland Park. To reserve, please visit our Parks page. ( Parks - Frederick )

You can find information on our page development applications under review .  You can also look at the Town calendar so see any upcoming neighborhood and board meetings. If you’d like additional information, contact the Planning Department.  ( Planning - Frederick )

Examples of permitted fence types: Treated Wood Decorative Metal Cast Iron Fences Stucco Walls Stone Walls Brick Walls with a Stone Cap If you want propose a different type of fence, contact the Planning Department . Other Information- No permit is required for installing a fence, however if a contractor is installing the fence, they must be licensed with the Town.  Be sure to check with the Town and your HOA for development guidelines and standards, such as style and approved colors. If you live in a development with no HOA, you are only required to abide by Town standards. If the fence is for a commercial building, check with the Planning Department for guidelines. Need to know where your property line is? You will need to contact a private surveyor to determine your property lines.  Rear and side fences can be up to 6ft tall. Front fences can not exceed 42 inches. Front fences must be at least 50% see through. Do you have a corner lot? If so, then a sight distance restrictions apply to the corner where the two streets meet. Contact the Engineering Department for more information.   ( Planning - Frederick )

Yes Please! We love trees in Frederick. We encourage you to plant more than the minimum required. The Town of Frederick requires a tree near the street and one in the front yard. After move in, the tree near the street is the homeowner’s responsibility. So, replant those trees. They reduce the impacts of weather (sun and wind) on your home.  And who, who doesn’t love playing in the leaves? Section 2.14 of the Land Use Code says, there shall be no less than one (1) tree in addition to the minimum required street tree within the front yard unless otherwise approved by the Town. All corner lots adjacent to a street or alley shall provide a side yard tree in addition to the required street tree, unless otherwise approved by the Town.  Need to replant a tree, check out the Frederick tree sale ! Starting February 1, a variety of trees will be available for purchase, on a first come first serve basis, and can be picked up just in time for Arbor Day in April.  ( Planning - Frederick )

Setbacks vary depending on your zoning classification. You may determine your property’s zoning district by searching for your property address on the Town’s interactive mapping site. If you have additional questions about how to determine what your zoning is, please contact the Planning Department. View the Frederick Property Search Map . Once you know your zoning, see Section 3.5 of Land Use Code Article 3 to find your setback requirements. View the   3.5 Density and Dimensional Standards. ( Planning - Frederick )

Please call the Planning Department and request the zoning verification letter. There is a $75 fee for the letter and Planning Staff will need your name with correct spelling and your address. The letter can be left at the front desk for you to pick up or sent to you. ( Planning - Frederick )

In general, home businesses are permitted if the following criteria are met: (a) Medical, dental and real estate offices are not permitted as home occupations. (b) In addition to the family occupying the dwelling containing the home occupation, there shall not be more than one (1) outside employee in the home occupation. (c) The employee and clients may park in on-street curbside parking spaces. (d) The home occupation shall not exceed one thousand (1,000) square feet or thirty percent (30%) of the total square footage of the dwelling, whichever is less, or can be located in an accessory building not to exceed five hundred (500) square feet. (e) No exterior aspects of the home occupation operation shall disrupt the residential character of the area. The maximum number of clients which may visit the home occupation per day is ten (10). ( Planning - Frederick )

Accessory dwelling units are generally permitted; however, the size is limited based on your zoning district. You may determine your property’s zoning district by searching for your property address on the Town’s interactive mapping site. If you have additional questions about how to determine what your zoning is, please contact the Planning Department. Once you know what your zoning is, you can use the following regulations to determine how large your second dwelling unit can be. (a)In the Agriculture and Estate Residential Zoning Districts: i.Minimum floor area of five hundred (500) square feet. ii.Maximum floor area of one-half (1/2) the total floor area of the primary residence. (b)In the R-1 and R-2 Zoning Districts: i.Minimum floor area of five hundred (500) square feet. ii.Maximum floor area of one thousand (1,000) square feet. View the Frederick Property Search Map ( Planning - Frederick )

Before applying for a building permit, consult with the Planning Department to process an amendment to your existing site plan. A site plan is a drawing of the footprint of the building as it relates to all lot lines, easements, roads, sidewalks, trees and other features found on the property. The Planning Department keeps records of approved site plans, and updates existing plans when changes are made. If the changes to the site are minor, Planning staff will likely waive application fees and formal development review with a summary letter updating the site plan file. However, in the event of more significant changes to the site, such as reductions in parking and landscaping, relocation of utilities, or significant changes in architecture or building footprint, payment of fees and development review processes, including public notice, may be required. Please contact the Planning Department for more information. ( Planning - Frederick )

The Planning Department is responsible for maintenance and implementation of the Town of Frederick Comprehensive Plan and Land Use Code. This includes processing land use applications, providing information related to zoning, setbacks, and other land use questions, as well as working with the Building Division to ensure new buildings comply with the Land Use Code. The Planning Department also administers the Town’s interactive mapping site, staff’s the Parks and Open Space Commission, maintains buildable lot inventories, projects growth, and participates in urban renewal activities as needed. ( Planning - Frederick )

Town Planning and Engineering staff operates on a cost recovery basis. As a result, the Town of Frederick charges both a non-refundable application fee as well as a deposit which is used to pay for staff review time. The fee and deposit are identified on the Fee Schedule. The deposit may or may not be sufficient to cover the review costs. Billing is completed on a monthly basis to update the applicant on the status of the deposit. If the deposit is depleted, the applicant is responsible for paying the amount above the deposit. View the Fee Schedule ( Planning - Frederick )

You may determine your property’s zoning district by searching for your property address on the Town’s interactive mapping site. If you have additional questions, please contact the Planning Department. View the Frederick Property Search Map ( Planning - Frederick )

If you’re interested in knowing about a specific developer, please contact the Planning Department. ( Planning - Frederick )

The Planning Commission is responsible for maintaining and implementing the Town of Frederick Comprehensive Plan and for making recommendations to the Board of Trustees on land use applications such as annexations, rezonings, subdivisions and conditional use permits. Learn more about the Planning Commission ( Planning - Frederick )

The Town of Frederick Comprehensive Plan is a long-range plan intended to guide the growth and development of the community. The Comprehensive Plan is a guiding document only, and is not an extension of the law, as the zoning and subdivision ordinances and other portions of the land use code are. The plan includes goals, policies, and strategies related to economic development, transportation, land use, culture, housing, commercial and industrial development, public improvements, and the environment. ( Planning - Frederick )

During business hours, contact Public Works Operations at (720)382-5800. After business hours, contact Police Dispatch at (720) 652-4222. ( Public Works - Frederick )

Call the town's Public Works Department, 720-382-5800. The Public Works Department will contact a line maintenance technician to determine if the leak source is within the homeowner’s system or is the responsibility of the town. During after hours emergency please call 303-598-8429. ( Public Works - Frederick )

Call Frederick Public Works at (720)382-5800 for questions, comments or updates on mowing schedules, weed trimming, watering etc. ( Public Works - Frederick )

Contact Frederick Public Works at (720)382-5800. ( Public Works - Frederick )

Call the Utility Notification Center of Colorado (UNCC) at 1(800)922-1987. Before you Dig / 811 ( Public Works - Frederick )

When we plow streets, some snow will end up on your driveway and, possibly, your sidewalks. We know this can be frustrating, but it sometimes is an unfortunate and unavoidable result of snowplowing. To avoid this, shovel the snow from your driveway and sidewalks into your yard, because any snow you place in the street may wind up being plowed back onto your driveway or sidewalk. ( Public Works - Frederick )

Cracks form in asphalt pavement through due to distress and are sealed to help protect the pavement structure. Unsealed cracks allow water to penetrate the pavement surface, which can eventually cause potholes and further deterioration. ( Road Work - Frederick )

Slurry seal is a mixture of an asphaltic oil emulsion and coarse, sandy aggregate (1/4” to 3/8” in size) applied in a single thin layer to the entire street surface. ( Road Work - Frederick )

Streets look new with slurry seals, and it helps protect the surface from moisture, contaminants, and oxidation. In addition, slurry seal application provides a new cover with improved skid resistance while extending the life of the roadway. ( Road Work - Frederick )

Yes. Per Town ordinance, it shall be unlawful for any owner or occupant of any lot, block or parcel of ground within the Town, or for any agent in charge of such property, to allow any snow or ice to accumulate or remain upon any sidewalk alongside such property longer than twenty-four (24) hours from the time of the last accretion of such snow and ice. ( Snow Removal - Frederick )

The street next to your street is most likely a Tier 1 or Tier 2 route. Residential streets (Tier 3) are only plowed after snowstorms that produce over eight inches of snow within one 24-hour period. Check out our Snow & Ice Control Map for more information. ( Snow Removal - Frederick )

Plows are designed to push snow to the side. As a result, some snow is inevitably deposited at the end of driveways and onto sidewalks. Drivers plow at low speeds (10 to 15 MPH) to minimize this issue, but the problem becomes more challenging with greater snow accumulations. The Town will not plow "curb to curb". Instead, plows will make one path down the center of the road to help avoid snow being pushed into driveway and sidewalk areas. Per Town ordinance , you will have 24 hours after the storm ends to shovel your walks.  ( Snow Removal - Frederick )

Unfortunately, no. With 102 center line lane miles of road in Frederick, public works crews must stay focused on opening streets for emergency vehicles. It would be extremely costly to the taxpayer for our crews to remove snow from driveways. Keep in mind that crews do not place snow intentionally in your driveways, it is just a result of the way the plow is built. The Town recommends plowing your driveways and sidewalks after Town crews are done, and the new ordinance allows for this by giving you 48 hours after a storm to shovel. ( Snow Removal - Frederick )

No, the Town does not plow alleys. Residents are asked to work with neighbors and contract with a private plow operator to keep alleys free of snow. Private operators need to keep in mind that snow cannot be piled on public right of ways. The Town also does not reopen access to alleys that may have snow deposited from Town plowing efforts. ( Snow Removal - Frederick )

Plow trucks distribute ice slicer granules early during a snow event rather than plowing snow. ( Snow Removal - Frederick )

Town staff determines when the downtown snow is hauled away based on the volume of snow on the ground, as that affects the main goal of keeping the emergency routes clear. This will be done early in the morning while traffic is low for safety purposes, as well as to keep interference with local business operations minimal. Private business parking areas are not maintained by the Town. ( Snow Removal - Frederick )

Yes, the Town Manager generates a report which is submitted to the Board of Trustees prior to a regular board meeting, generally on a biweekly basis. View the Departmental Report. ( Town Manager - Frederick )

You can make a payment online at Xpress Bill Pay, over the phone (720-382-5500), by mail (PO Box 435, Frederick, CO 80530), in person (311 Fifth St, Frederick), or in the dropbox (311 Fifth St, Frederick). Xpress Bill Pay ( Utility Billing - Frederick )

Bills are created and mailed out monthly at the end of the month. Most customers have received their bills by the 5th of each month. ( Utility Billing - Frederick )

Payment must be received at the Administrative Service Building (311 Fifth St.) no later than 5:00 p.m. on the first Tuesday of the month to avoid being shut-off. You can make a payment in person (311 Fifth St.), over the phone (720)382-5500, or online Xpress Bill Pay. If you are unable to pay your bill, Xpress Bill Pay does offer a service called bill float that will allow you to make arrangements so that the bill is paid and will get you removed from the shut-off list. Xpress Bill Pay ( Utility Billing - Frederick )

Please follow the web link below for the town's water rates. Residential water rates ( Utility Billing - Frederick )

Please follow the web link below for the town's residential trash rates which are reflected on page 12. Residential trash rates ( Utility Billing - Frederick )

The monthly stormwater fee pays for operations of the Stormwater utility and maintenance of the existing stormwater system throughout town. Stormwater runoff occurs when precipitation from rain or snow melt is more than can soak into the ground and flows over the ground. Please follow the web link below for the town's stormwater rates. Stormwater rates ( Utility Billing - Frederick )

-Water to a portion of town -Storm Water -Trash. ( Utility Billing - Frederick )

You will receive a bill from the town for stormwater and trash services and in some cases water. For contact information for other utility services, view utility services billed by other providers. ( Utility Billing - Frederick )

For a detailed list of Frequently Asked Questions regarding Budget Billing, click here. ( Utility Billing - Frederick )
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