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|2012 Grant County Market Assessment|
Creating an economic development strategic plan begins with a critical analysis of assets and challenges. With strong information as a foundation, a community can pinpoint its competitive strengths, recognize and correct weaknesses, and more narrowly define its target audiences for marketing.
|20150121: SWCCA Meeting Agenda||read more|
|20150529: SWCCA Meeting Packet, May 29||read more|
|20150806: SWCCA Meeting Packet, August 6, 2015||read more|
|2016 election information||read more|
|2016 primary election early absentee hours||read more|
|2016 Tax rates||read more|
|2016 Voting Convenience Centers||read more|
|About property tax payments|
The Grant County Treasurer’s Office is now accepting property tax payments online. Online payments may be submitted using your VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, or bank debit card. Taxpayers are able to print a transaction receipt as confirmation of payment.
|About the Code Enforcement Office|
Grant County's Code Enforcement Office is here to help citizens maintain compliance with County ordinances in a fair, civil and balanced way. We're here to help you, and welcome your comments and input!
|About the County Assessor|
The Grant County Assessor is an elected official
who is responsible for valuing all real and
personal property for taxing authorities in the
|About the Grant County Airport|
The Grant County Airport is owned and operated by the Grant County Commission. Built in the early 1960's, Grant County Airport continues to provide a wide range of benefits to the citizen's of Grant County and Southwest New Mexico.
|About the Grant County Food Policy Council |
The Council’s mission is to improve the availability and access to safe and nutritious food, local and sustainable when possible, at fair prices to improve the health and well-being of all residents in Grant County, particularly those in need.
|About the Road Department|
The Grant County Road Department would appreciate any information regarding road hazards or maintenance needs. Please contact the Road Department office personnel and a work order will be issued to insure proper documentation and a prompt response.
|About the Sheriff's Office|
It is the mission of the Grant County Sheriff's Department to provide effective and efficient law enforcement service in protecting the life, property, and constitutional rights of all the citizens of Grant County.
|About the Treasurer's Office|
The Treasurer's Office is the property tax collector for Grant County and several other governmental entities working in Grant County. Think of us as the "banker" for the County, and as an important source of service and information for County residents.
|Addressing and GIS|
Moving to Grant County is a wonderful change for you, your family and your business. Get your move off to the right start with a visit to the Grant County Addressing and GIS office!
|Apply online for your rural Grant County address.|
Apply online for your rural Grant County address.
Bayard is a charming community of about 2,500 residents with strong historic ties to Grant County's mining district.
|Civil Process Division|
The Grant County Sheriff's Department's Civil Process Division has one Sergeant and four Deputies to serve Grant County. The Civil Process Division logged 55,890 miles transporting prisoners.
Here is a brief look at the process taken every time a violation is reported to the Code Enforcement Office.
|Commission approves new bargaining unit contract||read more|
|Commissioner District 1: Gabriel Ramos||read more|
|Commissioner District 2: Brett Kasten|
Serving January 2011 through December 2014.
|Commissioner District 3: Alicia Edwards||read more|
|Commissioner District 4: Billy Billings|
|Commissioner District 5: Harry Browne||read more|
|Contact the Food Policy Council|
Contact the Food Policy Council by mail, phone and email!
|County and State History|
Folks have been living and working in this part of the Southwest for more than 1,200 years. Now our unique combination of climate, lifestyle, environment and opportunity are drawing new visitors and residents from around the world!
|County Clerk Marisa Castrillo|
Our mission, as public servants of the Grant
County Clerk's Office, is to excel in our
commitment to provide courteous and efficient
customer service, while maintaining superior
quality in our archival and records management
procedures to provide convenient public access to
all clerk's records; and to promote the success of
the democratic process in the administration of
Voter Registration and Election procedures by
promoting public trust and confidence at maximum
|County Commissioners Seek Member for the Grant County Food Policy Council|
The County commission is currently seeking a member to serve on the Grant County Food Policy Council.
|County Holidays||read more|
|County Manager: Charlene Webb|
Charlene Webb is the newly appointed County Manager.
She began her employment with Grant County on September 8, 2014.
|Election information and voter registration||read more|
|Email and Phone Directory||read more|
|Example of Calculating Applicable Tax|
How to figure out the estimated property taxes for the 2008 year & 2007 Tax Rates
|FAQs for the Treasurer's Office|
Here are some of the questions we commonly hear in the Treasurer's Office. But if you do not find the answer to a particular question, please just give us a call!
|February 28 Commission Meeting||read more|
|Fees for service in the Grant County Clerk's Office||read more|
|Food Policy Council members|
The Council comprises 13 members appointed by the Grant County Board of Commissioners. Members represent diverse aspects of the local food system as well as different geographic areas of Grant County.
|Food Policy Council minutes||read more|
|Food Policy Resources|
Information resources for food policy. local agriculture and sustainability.
|Forms and Documents for the Assessor's Office|
Forms & Information
|Get involved with the Food Policy Council!|
The Council wants to hear from you! There are three ways to get involved in the Grant County Food Policy Council.
|Get your address in Grant County!|
Your address will depend on the location of the existing or planned driveway and the number of residents planning to or currently utilizing it for access. Circumstances such as surrounding land sales or additional placement of homes may, or may not, cause your assigned address to change in the future.
|Gila Regional Medical Center||read more|
Grant County's communities are nestled alongside more than 3 million acres of the Gila Wilderness. With historic ties to mining, ranching and agriculture, Grant County's communities have grown into a modern towns with friendly people, growing businesses and a terrific year-round climate.
|Grant County Comprehensive Plan Survey||read more|
|Grant County Comprehensive Plan Survey||read more|
|Grant County Contact Information|
Information you need to contact the Grant County Administration staff by phone, mail and email.
|Grant County Employee Manual||read more|
|Grant County Fire Restrictions||read more|
|Grant County Food Policy Council bylaws||read more|
|Grant County Offender Watch||read more|
|Grant County Recycling Information|
There are more things that can be recycled now in Grant County with single stream recycling. Everything goes together in the roll-off containers - it does not need to be sorted. Everything is taken to a recycling facility in El Paso to get sorted for recycling.
|Grant County Senior Services center locations||read more|
|Grant County Senior Services programs!||read more|
|Grant County Title VI Program||read more|
|Grant County tourism information|
Find the latest on special events, shows, and community festivals throughout Grant County by visiting the Silver City Arts and Cultural District.
|Grant County transitions to the CodeRED mass notification system||read more|
|Green Energy and Jobs Stakeholder Board Members||read more|
|GRMC Board of Trustees||read more|
|History of the Food Policy Council|
In 2006, public health officials, local growers, educators, and other community members first met to discuss forming a local food policy council.
|Important dates in the Treasurer's Office|
Here are important dates in the Treasurer's Office, identifying critical points in the billing and payment of property taxes in Grant County. Have a question about these dates? Please give us a call!
|Landfill Location and Map|
The Southwest New Mexico Regional Landfill is conveniently located in the center of Grant County, near the intersection of Highways 180 and 90 in Silver City.
|Meet the Sheriff|
During his tenure with the Grant County Sheriff’s Department, Sheriff Raul D. Villanueva served as sheriff's deputy, corporal and Senior Patrol Sergeant. In August of 2009 he was appointed to be the Sheriff of Grant County.
|Mission of the County Treasurer|
Mission Statement: The Treasurer serves as the tax collector for Grant County, the State and numerous other tax agencies. The Treasurer's Office does not set the assesses valuation, the tax rate or the amount of taxes due. The Office collects and disburses tax collections to appropriate government agencies and keeps all books, records and funds pertaining to the office ready for inspection by the County Commission and the State Department of Finance and Administration.
An ordinance to regulate, restrain, control and require vaccination and licensing of dogs within the County of Grant, except for incorporated municipalities within the boundaries of said county.
An ordinance to control the unrestricted showing of X-Rated motion pictures within the County of Grant, except for incorporated municipalities within the boundaries of said county.
An ordinance providing for rabies control; reporting of animal bites; protection of residents from annoyance and injury; impoundment of animals; providing for licensing, vaccination, restraint, care and protection, humane destruction; requiring confinement for rabies observation; establishing fees, penalties and providing for enforcement, within the County of Grant except for incorporated municipalities within the boundaries of said county.
Grant County Personnel Ordinance, establishing a merit system of personnel administration in the County of Grant, enacting rules and regulations governing the practices and procedures for employment, working conditions and compensation; providing for the appointment of a personnel board and prescribing its powers and duties.
An ordinance regarding construction, or facilities, within Grant County road right-of-ways.
|Ordinance #1979-07-02 |
Enacting an occupation tax
Road excavation ordinance
An Ordinance imposing an occupation tax; setting forth definitions; providing for exemptions; establishing administrative procedures and establishing an effective date.
Establishing salaries for County elected officials; declaring an emergency
An ordinance defining Scott Memorial Recreational Park as a public establishment; prohibiting the consumption of alcoholic beverages within the confines of said park and establishing penalties; declaring an emergency.
An ordinance establishing a personnel policy/merit system and affirmative action plan for the hiring, promotion, discharge and general regulation of deputy sheriffs and employees of the Grant County Sheriff's Office.
Providing for single payments for property taxes of less than ten dollars.
Adopting a County Fire Protection Excise Tax.
An ordinance relating to the leasing of certain real property by Grant County, New Mexico to the Town of Silver City, New Mexico.
An ordinance imposing a Lodger's Tax and provide for the use of said tax; setting forth definitions; providing for exemptions; establishing administrative procedures.
An ordinance establishing the policies which shall govern employee-management relations between and among the County, its employees, and labor organizations representing or seeking to represent such employees.
An ordinance authorizing a county sales tax.
Bond ordinance of Grant County, New Mexico providing for refunding of its Hospital Facility Revenue Bonds (Hillcrest General Hospital Project) Series 1982, in the original principal amount of $7,500,000; authorizing and providing for the issuance of not to exceed $11,000,000 principal amount of Grant County, New Mexico Hospital Facility Refunding Reference Bonds (Gila Regional Medical Center Project) Series 1985, dated August 1, 1985, for such purpose; such bonds to be payable solely from net revenues derived from the facility; authorizing the execution of an indenture of trust and security agreement; setting forth the terms and conditions upon which such bonds are to be issued; and providing for the private sale of such bonds on a negotiated basis.
An ordinance enacted pursuant to Article 55A, County Improvement District Sections 4-55n-1 through 4-55A-39.
Bond ordinance of Grant County, New Mexico providing for refunding its $7,500,000 in original principal amount Grant County, New Mexico Hospital Facility Revenue Bonds (Hillcrest General Hospital Project) Series 1982, issued to finance an 88-bed acute care hospital facility in Grant County, New Mexico; authorizing and providing for the issuance of $9,990,000 Grant County, New Mexico Hospital Facility Refunding Revenue Bonds (Gila Regional Medical Center Project) Series 1986, dated July 1, 1986, for such purpose; such bonds to be payable solely from net revenues derived from the facility; authorizing the execution of an indenture of trust and pledge; setting forth the terms and conditions upon which such bonds are to be issued; and providing for the private sale of such bonds on a negotiated basis.
An ordinance granting to Gas Company of New Mexico a division of Public Service Company of New Mexico, a corporation, its legal representatives, successors, lessees and assigns, grantee herein, certain powers, licenses, rights-of-way, privileges and franchise to construct, operate and maintain in the County of Grant, New Mexico, as now or hereafter constituted, works, systems and plants for the handling, production, manufacturing, transporting, storing, sale, and distribution of gas into, out of and through said county, its inhabitants, and others, including customers inside, beyond and outside the limits of said county; and to use the streets, avenues, easements, rights-of-way, alleys, highways, roadways, sidewalks, paths, bridges and other structures and public places and grounds in said county for a period of twenty-five (25) years; and prescribing certain rights, duties, terms and conditions herein mentioned.
An ordinance imposing a business registration fee; setting forth definitions; establishing penalties and establishing an effective date.
|Ordinance #1988-12-20: Adopting a County Fire Protection Excise Tax|
Adopting a County Fire Protection Excise Tax
An ordinance prohibiting the establishment of any new County, State or commercial landfills in Grant County until solid waste regulations proposed by New Mexico's Environmental Improvement Board have been adopted and the Grant County Commission has approved a land use plan or zoning ordinance.
An ordinance granting a franchise to American Communications Entertainment, Inc. (ACE), a New Mexico corporation, and granting a Cable Television (CATV) franchise, to own, operate and maintain a cable television system in the County of Grant, New Mexico, setting forth conditions accompanying the grant of franchise, providing for regulation and use of said system and providing penalties for unauthorized connection and tampering with the facilities.
|Ordinance #1989-11-30: Grant County Anti-Litter Control Ordinance|
An ordinance establishing a County system for the regulation, concerning litter; regulating the distribution of handbills within the County of Grant, providing penalties for the violation thereof; and repealing and superceding all previous Ordinances and/or parts of Ordinances dealing with the same subjects.
An ordinance regulating the sale, possession or discharge of fireworks, providing for exceptions, providing for public displays, establishing ordinance applicable to wholesale dealers, prohibiting manufacturing, establishing fireworks sales, applications, guidelines; and restrictions, establishing regulations for annual exception June 24th through July 5th, and providing for penalties, enforcement and severability.
An ordinance adopting a County Gross Receipts Tax.
An ordinance adopting a County Gross Receipts Tax.
|Ordinance #1991-05-02: Grant County Smoke Free Ordinance|
Grant County Smoke Free Ordinance
An ordinance creating a Subdivision Review Committee providing for the appointment of its members; providing for the terms of the Subdivision Review Committee; and the Rules and Regulations governing the conduct of the Subdivision Review Committee.
An ordinance imposing a Lodgers' Tax and providing for the use of said tax; setting forth definitions; providing for exceptions; establishing administrative procedures.
Flood damage prevention ordinance
Declaring a fire hazard emergency and enacting measures to decrease the County's risk of injury to persons or property...
|Planning Department||read more|
|Probate Forms and Resources |
These links contain additional information on probate in New Mexico and include links to probate forms and documents.
|Probate Judge of Grant County|
Probate is a court proceeding used to handle the affairs of a person who has died; called a decedent.
|Proclamation Declaring Extreme Drought Conditions In Grant County||read more|
|PUBLIC NOTICE FOR AIRPORT PROJECTS||read more|
|Public Works Department|
The Public Works Department is responsible for the maintenance and operation of county owned facilities.
|Questions about the Assessor's Office|
WHAT DOES PROPERTY VALUATION MEAN?
|Recycle old electronics safely and for free!|
Recycle your electronics at Southwest Solid Waste Authority, 318 Ridge Road in Silver City. They accept working and non-working items, including almost anything battery operated or with an electrical cord.
|Responsibilities and Requirements of Grant County Commissioners|
The Board of County Commissioners is the governing
body of Grant County. Its duties, by state law, are
both legislative and executive.
|Road Department Special Projects|
Here is the latest information on projects underway within the Grant County Road Department.
|Services of the County Clerk's Office|
The Office of the County Clerk offers a range of services to residents of Grant County and to prospective businesses and residents of the county.
Silver City is a vibrant community in Grant County, nestled alongside more than 3 million acres of the Gila Wilderness. With historic ties to mining, ranching and agriculture, our community has grown into a modern town with friendly people, growing businesses and a terrific year-round climate.
|Solid Waste Department|
Grant County's Solid Waste Department provides a range of waste-handling and recycling services for the county, with stations in Hurley, Mimbres, Gila and Hachita.
|Southwestern County Commissioners Alliance (SWCCA)|
The Southwest County Commissioners Alliance was
established in 2012 through a Joint Powers Agreement
between the New Mexico Counties of Grant, Luna,
Catron, Hidalgo, Sierra and Socorro.
|Special Meeting Agenda||read more|
|SWCCA Joint Powers Agreement||read more|
|Tax rate comparison: 2015 - 2016||read more|
|Tax Year Calender|
Importain dates property owners should know
|Town of Silver City web site|
Find more information on Silver City municipal activities, codes and more on the Town's web site.
|Traffic and Patrol Division|
The Grant County Sheriff's Department Patrol Division is made up of one Lieutenant, three Sergeants, three Corporals, two Residential Corporals and nine Deputies.
|Trails of Grant County||read more|
|Voter Registration Information||read more|
|Welcome to the office of the Grant County Treasurer|
The Treasurer serves as the tax collector for Grant County, the State and numerous other tax agencies. The Treasurer's Office does not set the assesed valuation, the tax rate or the amount of taxes due. The Office collects and disburses tax collections to appropriate government agencies and keeps all books, records and funds pertaining to the office ready for inspection by the County Commission and the State Department of Finance and Administration.
|You have a right to inspect public records|
By law, under the Inspection of Public Records Act, every person has the right to inspect public records of the County of Grant. The Act also makes compliance with requests to inspect public record an integral part of the routine duties of the officers and employees of the County of Grant.