Teller County has finally received approval from the Federal Government and the State Historic Preservation Office to complete repairs to flood damaged Gold Camp Road. Bids have been let and it is hoped construction will commence in the next several weeks. More to come!
There will be no clean up days scheduled in 2017. Please remove trash from your property in a timely manner.
Surrounded by the Rocky Mountains and shaped by a colorful mining history, Victor Colorado’s charming downtown is filled with authentic turn-of-the-century Victorian buildings.
Links to regional attractions , year-round recreation and close proximity to a large metropolitan population all make Victor ideal for entrepreneurs and business expansion.
The town has already rolled out the welcome mat for business investment and entrepreneurs by updating city infrastructure, devising tax incentives and preparing a comprehensive database of affordable Victorian structures. Motivated government officialsstand ready to help businesses and entrepreneurs prosper.
Please visit www.victorreco.com and select your next business venture location!!!
Thank you for the role you all played in making the 2016 Victor Gold Rush Days a wonderful festival. We could not have done it without you! We’re looking forward to another amazing event next summer!
City of Victor
Newmont Mining Company, Cripple Creek and Victor Gold Mine
Gold Camp AG and Mining Museum
Colorado Trading and Transfer Company
The Claim Jumper
Double Eagle Hotel & Casino
Triple Crown Casinos
Cripple Creek Venture Foods
Victor Storage Sheds
Victor Elks Lodge #367
Victor Lowell Thomas Museum
Victor Heritage Society
Gold Belt Build A Generation
Black Hills Energy
Rocky Mountain Tractor Puller’s Association
All of our wonderful vendors and performers!
A Very Special Thank You to our volunteers!
-Judy and Terry Akins
-Brad Poulson and Lisa Becker, CC&V Gold Mine
-Teller County Posse
-Guido Honeycutt, Sanducci Electric
-Joe and Marjie Stevens
-Newmont Mine Rescue Team
-Cripple Creek EMS
-Victor Volunteer Fire Department —
Chief Chivas Groves, Patrick Evans, Everett Prickett III, Travis Rock, Mickey Groves, Jamie Schurk, Donna Distel, Sarah Farmer and
-Sheriff Mike Ensminger
-Commissioners Marc Dettenrieder
-Commissioner Norm Steen
On Tuesday, August 8th, 2016, the City of Victor broke ground on their newest project; a downtown community events plaza. The project is being funded through an Energy and Mineral Impact grant from Colorado Department of Local Affairs and a financial contribution from Newmont Mining Inc./Cripple Creek Victor Gold Mine and the City of Victor.
The project will feature an outdoor stage, concessions stand, year-round public restrooms, off-street parking and decorative lighting and plantings. The ribbon cutting will be scheduled for this fall following completion of the project.
Please make sure you move your vehicles from the Parking Plaza prior to August 8th, 2016. Construction mobilization will begin that day and is scheduled to take about 3 months. There is public parking available on the northeast corner of 4th Street and Portland Avenue (across from the Baptist Church).
We appreciate your patience during this time.
It’s time to de-clutter the house and garage before Winter sets in!!
Ghost Town Garage Sale – September 10th & 11th – 8am – 4pm
In order to get on the Sale Map, you must sign up at the Claim Jumper
by September 5th!
The City has waived the Garage Sale permit fee for the weekend!
My name is Samantha and I am a Masters of Library and Information Sciences student at the University of Denver with a concentration in archives. I have been working at City Hall for about a month now helping them with their archives. Towards the beginning of my Spring Quarter my advisor asked me if I had any summer plans one day. She said that a small town had reached out to the school asking for an archives intern to help them out. That was the beginning of my journey. My internship is beneficial not only to the City of Victor but to myself as well. While the City is getting help putting their archive in place, having a plan for how to maintain it, and a way to find exactly what they need I am gaining valuable experience. Before this job I had volunteered in archive like settings, even helping a library get funding to digitize some of their newspapers. But the experience that I am gaining here is something I could not have gotten anywhere else. I am able to gain experience in all aspects of working in an archive as well as processing a collection. Not only am I gaining archival experience but Records Management experience as well, figuring out how active records should be stored and how long they should be kept for. While conducting my internship so far I have come across many interesting things, from the size of books used to keep notes to the type of paper that some of these records were recorded on. So far the oldest document I have found comes from the mid 1890’s, and it was stored next to something from 1992. There have been letters alluding to an affair and documents I can’t quite place, every day is an exciting adventure and I find something new. Currently I am working on two things: taking an inventory of what is in the vault, and going through the boxes that were in the archive and seeing what needs to be kept and what should be destroyed in accordance with the State’s records management manual. I am very appreciative of the opportunity I have been provided with and am loving the town.