The Crestone Museum and Welcome Center will be open this winter every Thursday from 11:30-3:30 pm. Located at 108 W. Galena Ave. in the corner of the Town Hall Building, it is a great place to learn about Crestone mining history, geology, and more. Also, there are exceptional guidebooks and memorabilia available for sale. New maps and brochures are now available.
In order to be in closer touch with the community, the Crestone Board of Trustees welcomes you to come visit every first, third and fourth Monday of the month from 1-3 pm at the Town Hall Meeting Room at 108 W. Galena Ave. where an elected official will be available to answer questions, concerns or simply visit.
Also, the regular Board meetings are held on the second Monday of each month from 1:30- 6 pm, and there is always time for the public to share their comments, suggestions or concerns at these meetings.
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Crestone is easily accessible to visitors. A National Forest Service campground is about 3/4 of a mile north of town, and other lodging is available, including an inn and several bed and breakfasts. Activities in the area include camping, fishing, hiking and climbing, as well as spiritual explorations, recreation, and other events. The peace, quiet, and pure mountain environment inspire many people to visit our area. ...Read More
Kairina Danforth, MayorLonny Roth, Mayor Pro-TemDiane Bairstow, TrusteeJohn Grotenhuis, TrusteeAdam Kinney, TrusteeKizzen Laki, TrusteeMark Talbot, Trustee
Acting Clerk: Allyson RansomTreasurer: Gwynn BusbyGretchen Nelson: Public Works CoordinatorJim Vanderpool: Code Enforcement/Public Works AssistantAnn Bunting: Water System ORC
Christina Cabeza, ChairRenée Hill, Vice ChairKairina DanforthBenjamin ByerLonny RothTerry Goergen (Alternate)Carmin Teeple (Alternate)