Home to over 30,000 residents, Pueblo West offers outdoor attractions and recreation, including the unique 18-hole Desert Hawk Golf Course, miles of equestrian trails, and Lake Pueblo State Park’s great camping, fishing, hiking and biking outdoor spaces.
The vistas of the great Rocky Mountains, from the luscious Spanish Peaks to white-capped Pikes Peak, offer 300 days of sunshine, breathtaking and awe-inspiring sunrises and sunsets. Magnificent star gazing at the night sky is “light pollution” free and relaxing.
Conveniently located within thirty minutes of the Rocky Mountains, Arkansas River water activities and major airports, Pueblo West offers residents and visitors easy access to tourism destinations, upscale and downtown shopping districts, and Colorado’s rich cultural and western history.
The Pueblo West Metropolitan District was created on September 16, 1969, pursuant to the Metropolitan District Law adopted in 1947 by the Colorado Legislature, Article 3 of Chapter 89, Colorado Revised Statutes. The Metropolitan District Law and certain other statutes of the Colorado Legislature are applicable to the District.
The District provides the following services:
Streets and Roads – Road improvement and maintenance
Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Response
Parks and Recreation – Operations, maintenance, and support
Water – Supply, treatment and distribution of water
Wastewater – Collection and treatment of wastewater
Administrative – Activities necessary to operate and coordinate the services provided