Code Enforcement BV

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Greetings!

First off, let me take a second to introduce myself. My name is Grant Bryans, and I am the Town's Code Enforcement Officer. I have had the privilege of serving the Town for four years. I wanted to get a page on this platform that could help people better understand what I do and get some direct feedback on how the Town is doing as far as codes and the enforcement of these codes.

The first thing I would like to go over is what I do and cover. My job is to enforce the Town's Municipal Code found

Greetings!

First off, let me take a second to introduce myself. My name is Grant Bryans, and I am the Town's Code Enforcement Officer. I have had the privilege of serving the Town for four years. I wanted to get a page on this platform that could help people better understand what I do and get some direct feedback on how the Town is doing as far as codes and the enforcement of these codes.

The first thing I would like to go over is what I do and cover. My job is to enforce the Town's Municipal Code found here. The purpose of my position is to ensure that everyone is held to the same standard. Some of the areas that I tend to focus on are the following:

  1. Parking (Chapter 8, as well as the Colorado Model Traffic Code Part 12)
  2. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) inspections
  3. Nuisances (Chapter 7-1 - 7-5)
  4. Working with local businesses to ensure they have all the proper permits and licenses in play
    1. Short-Term Rentals (6-121)
    2. Business licenses (6-21)
    3. Sign Permits (16-4.7)
    4. Home Occupations(16-3.3.4B)
  5. Camping ( RVs on Private property 8-44; Tents on Private property 7-200)
  6. Dogs (Chapter 7 Article VI)
  7. All building permits are in place (I am not a building inspector just ensuring that any build subject to a building permit has that permit)
  8. Weeds (Chapter 7 Article IV)
  9. Snow removal (7-14)
  10. updating Town's Code

The other purpose of this page is to provide a portal where complaints, questions, comments, and feedback are received. Look below at the tools for an interactive experience and the widgets to the right to find more information.

Thank you!

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  • Noise

    9 months ago
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    There are two goals for changing the Municipal Code regarding noise:

    1. Provide a reasonable set of conditions for restaurants, bars, and other businesses in MU-MS, HC, and SMPUD to have outdoor live music on private property without having to apply for a permit.  The Town recognizes the cultural and economic benefits of live music and desires a low impact/common sense approach for live music while respecting the needs and desires of residents and visitors for a family-friendly town.
    2. Create a clear, common-sense definition of noise as a nuisance that is measurable and enforceable 

    The 2015 Comprehensive Plan was referenced as a guide when considering these changes.  We believe the critical outcome for Community under the Town Collective Vision Statement captures the essence of this effort: we want to create a community with a sense of pride and acceptance where all contribute to the social, economic, and political life, take part in prosperity, and feel respected and safe.

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