Dear Cañon City Resident, We are so proud you call the City of Cañon City your home. We hope you'll take a few minutes to look around your City’s new website and see all that it has to offer.
To ensure that your expectations are exceeded, we have developed this website to provide information to you, our visitors, and anyone interested in what makes Cañon City a great place to live, work and play.
If you have any questions or comments regarding the website, please email the City of Cañon.
Cañon City’s annual surveys are completed by The National Research Center (NCR). The NRC randomly selects 1,500 households in the City and mail surveys to them in order to solicit citizen input about Cañon City’s quality of life, community characteristics, governance, participation, City services and special topics.
Find out information about the Novel Coronavirus and what our city and community is doing.
Deer Harvesting Program
This page contains information about the City's Deer Harvesting program.
Elections & Voting
View the candidates for the upcoming 2019 election and the deadlines to vote.
Find information about emergency preparedness, emergency training, and more.
Stay up-to-date on current news, events and announcements.
Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to the most commonly asked questions.
Browse through the Geographic Information System (GIS) maps.
Newcomer & Relocation Information
Cañon City and the Royal Gorge region have much to offer potential new residents or businesses. Please look around this website and view the City's relocation guide.
The City of Cañon City is dedicated to providing residents and business owners with the most efficient methods to pay bills and report or notify city department of complaints online and/or issues that can affect our quality of life.
Police & Public Safety
Read through a list of the Police Department responsibilities.
The City encourages residents to comply with City ordinances that relate to the maintenance of their property – keeping weeds cut, maintaining the right-of-way between their property and the street, proper storage of equipment and personal property, disposing of trash and litter in a timely manner and generally, maintaining their property so that it does not become detrimental to the surrounding neighborhood.
The Public Arts Mural Program is a joint program between Mountain View Core Knowledge School and the Cañon City Stormwater Program. Its purpose is to engage local students and the public in environmental education by creating murals around the theme “Clean Environment and the People and Animals That Depend On It”.
This page contains information about different local and state public assistance programs.
Report an Issue
SeeClickFix is a web tool that allows citizens to report non-emergency neighborhood issues which are communicated to local government. Please be advised that this application is not to be used for emergencies. For urgent matters that require immediate attention, call 911.
Learn about transportation options available.