Welcome to the Town of Palisade

WELCOME TO THE TOWN OF PALISADE, EST. 1904

Here in Western Colorado we have found fertile lands to grow our world famous peaches, award winning vineyards, and a thriving community.  Whether you come here to live, visit, or are just passing through, you will find our breathtaking vistas and genuine hospitality waiting for you.
Want to know more about visiting us?  Check out our tourism site here:
Visit Palisade

PALISADE WEATHER

Map of Palisade

Palisade Map

GIS Map of Palisade

A Geographic Information System (GIS) map is a computer system for capturing, storing, checking, and displaying data related to positions on Earth's surface. The Palisade GIS map can show many different kinds of data such as streets, buildings, zoning, address points, town limits and much more.

Disclaimer

These maps are not accurate for legal descriptions and do not substitute for surveys or official records. Use these maps for your convenience, knowing that you and others who may rely on your use assume all risk and responsibility. The City is not liable for any damages or injuries resulting from the use of this information.

Town Newsletter

Town Updates

September 1, 2021
The Town of Palisade is soliciting letters of interest from eligible citizens wishing to serve on the Tourism Advisory Board. The Tourism Advisory Board will help develop and implement marketing strategies for the Town of Palisade. Each newly appointed member shall serve a two year term.
August 30, 2021
Beginning Monday, August 30 through Thursday, September 2, the eastbound ramp at Exit 42 (Palisade) will be intermittently closed for CDOT work.
June 8, 2021
On June 22, 2021, the Mesa County Commissioners Cody Davis, Scott McInnis, and Janet

Code Compliance Corner

August 26, 2021
Did you know that the public nuisance codes for the Town of Palisade contains information about unwanted uses or storage of items on private and public property?  Let’s discuss discarded items.
June 9, 2021
As summer approaches our flowers and bushes fill out and spread their leaves, flowers, and branches outward.  Remember, while we all need to take our time to stop and smell the roses, we need to make sure that those roses aren't encroaching on public walkways.  Please check the sidewalk in front of your home to make sure it stays clear of branches from your flowers, bushes, and trees.  Town wal
May 19, 2021
Remember, as trees grow and dress themselves in their Spring time green, the tree branches are getting heavier.  Check your trees next to sidewalks and streets for low-hanging or damaged branches.  Tree branches should not hang lower than 11 feet from the street and 9 feet from the sidewalk.

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Upcoming Public Meetings

Palisade Civic Center
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