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City Clerk

Holly Martinez
(719) 589 - 2593
(719) 589-9454

Liquor Licensing

Security Guard Licensing


Boards & Commissions

Records Custodian

Code of Ordinances

Municipal Court

City Council Support

Liquor Licensing in Colorado is a dual authority, meaning that the City of Alamosa carries out the process as set out in the Colorado Liquor Code and administered through the Colorado Liquor Enforcement Division.  Please see the documents on the links for more information.

New Licensing Application Guide
Transfer of Ownership Application Guide
Tastings Permit Application

Resource Guide for Alcoholic Beverage Service
Special Events Permit Local Application Form


The City Clerk is the Election Official.  Regular elections are held on the first Tuesday in November of odd-numbered years, and are generally conducted as a coordinated election with Alamosa County. 

  • Register to Vote
  • Candidate Affidavit Forms
  • Expenditure Reporting Forms
  • Committee Registration and Reporting Forms
  • FCPA Manual

Citizens are encouraged to participate in local government by serving on a board or commission. Lend your expertise by volunteering to serve on an advisory board. Citizen input is a critical component of a successful local government. Your involvement can help direct the future of the City of Alamosa. Applications are accepted on a continual basis.

Applicants must either be a City resident, or a County resident who is employed full-time within the City, owns a business within the City, or owns property within the City. Planning Commission applicants must be a City resident for at least two years prior to appointment and live in the respective ward.

Please visit the link below for a complete description of each board, including any current vacancy opportunities.

Boards & Commissions Details

The City Clerk maintains all public records.  Citizens may request to view or receive copies of records by clicking on the Open Records Policy and Request Form.  Many public records are available on the City’s website.  Additional historic records may be accessed directly from the Public Records Search computer at City Hall.

The City Clerk maintains the Code of Ordinances

For more information, please visit

The City Clerk’s office administers the Municipal Court

For more information, please visit

The City Clerk’s office provides clerical support to the City Council. 

Council meets on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at 7:00 p.m. 

City Council Meeting Agendas
Posted Friday prior to regular meetings

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