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Olney Springs is located on Highway 96 and has a population of As the railroad came through the cattle ranch of Mr. Cronk a settlement sprung up and soon grew into a town. Cronk mapped out a section of the land and recorded it as Town of Olney Springs.
In the town became incorporated and the first council was formed and adopting ordinances. Across from the Town Hall is a Veteran's Memorial that honors all veterans from all wars, and is the location of numerous monthly community activities.
On the north side of town you will see the old School House. For recreation there is a playground behind the Town Hall, ballpark north of town and two ponds west of town for fishing and camping.
After the parade desert and coffee is served back at the Senior Citizens Center and everyone is welcome. The Saturday before Christmas Santa arrives on the back of a Red Fire truck that drives up and down every street in town stopping on each block. He greets young and old with a sack of goodies and listens to their wish lists.
The majority of employment in our area is from farming, ranching and the two prisons that the town lies between. Others residents commute to Pueblo and other nearby locations. If you are traveling on Highway 96, stop in to say "Hi" Contact Information:.
Town Clerk: Cynthia Crouch E-mail: olneyclerk gmail. Hours of Operation:. Monday- Friday from a. Colorado Official State Web Portal.Find Olney springs
email: [email protected] - phone:(219) 168-9122 x 5377
Olney Springs, CO