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In the farthest Northwest corner of Colorado, sitting quietly beneath the looming Blue Mountain Range, amid golden fields, cattle ranches and sweeping vistas, you will find tiny Dinosaur, Colorado, home to only 339 residents. Here, one can close their eyes and easily imagine the prehistoric titans of long ago roaming the largely unchanged landscape, beneath a uniquely western sky.  The peacefulness of our historic, old west town, will fill your soul with longing for the past, respect for the present and an appetite for adventure! Read more

 

Mission Statement

It is the mission of the Town of Dinosaur to encourage and facilitate economic development, to promote a sense of community and to provide to its citizens with not only the necessary basic services, but also to provide programs, amenities and services which enhance public safety, general well-being and a high quality of life.

 

 Dinosaur National Monument - Canyons and Vicinity  

Dinosaur National Monument Canyons Entrance

“Dinosaurs once roamed here. Their fantastic remains are still visible embedded in the rocks. Today, the mountains, desert and untamed rivers flowing in deep canyons, support an array of life. Petroglyphs hint at earlier cultures. Later, homesteaders and outlaws found refuge here. Whether your passion is science, adventure, history or scenery, Dinosaur National Monument offers so much to explore.” – NPS

  Information  Campgrounds  Mellon Hill Indian Caves  Prehistoric Rock Art Sites  Pintado (Painted) Canyon  10 More Things to Do  DNM Instagram Page

DNM is an International Dark Sky Park

 The Milky Way is viewable from July 3-14 from 10:30P - 3:30A in the Plug Hat area of DNM

 

  Dinosaur Town Council Meetings

The next scheduled meeting is Tuesday, July 27th.  The council encourages the public to attend to stay informed of Town business.

  Council Members  Archived Minutes and Agendas  Zoom Meeting Link  July 13th Agenda

  Recorded Zoom Meetings

 

Town Hall News

July 14, 2021
Mayor Blakley brought the First Regular Meeting of the Dinosaur Town Council to order at 6:00 p.m
July 13, 2021
Trisha Hedin, Commissioner, Grand County, Utah, presented opposing views on how the proposed Bookcliffs Highway Project that would destroy the Dinosaur Diamond tourism corridor for Dinosaur and Rangely...
July 12, 2021
Highway Surface Treatment Upgrade for CO 64 and US 40

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Dinosaur Museum Cartoon

Elk Migration near Dinosaur

 

Trophy Elk Hunting in Moffat County

 

Service Animals accepted here !

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