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Welcome to the Eiler Heights Neighborhood Association

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Follow the progress and find out updates on the listing of the Eiler Heights Neighborhood onto the National Priorities List (Superfund) by the Environmental Protection Agency.  Click here to go to our EPA page.

The Mission of the Eiler Heights Neighborhood Association is to,

For all residents living in the Eiler Heights Neighborhood, it is up to us, home owners, tenants and business owners alike, to help nurture a quality of life that will ensure the well-being of our children, our senior citizens, our families and our business owners.  We want to keep our neighborhood safe, clean and friendly.  We want to do our part to make living here a place where you want to live and where others would like to live.  

Contact us at our new e-mail address at EilerHeights@hotmail.com.

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The Eiler Heights Neighborhood is generally located to the east of Interstate 25, from Northern Avenue to the south up to the convergence of Santa Fe Avenue and Santa Fe Drive to the north, and over to School Street and the open area to the east. The neighborhood traces its roots back to before 1900 when the Colorado Smelter was in operation.  A 1907 map of the City of Pueblo shows it as the Eilers Plant of the American Smelting and Refining Company.  

The Eiler Heights Historic Survey is here!!!

Purchase a copy of the Context Study “Potica, Pints, and Prayers in Old Bojon Town” by Historitecture.  E-mail your order for the study and a copy of the 14-minute Documentary on DVD.  The cost is only $40.


URGENT Information about the Colorado Smelter Superfund Site.

Click here to find out information about the Superfund Site that the Environmental Protection Agency is not providing to the Public.





Tuesday, April 7, 2015,

6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

St. Mary’s School Building

211 E. Mesa Avenue


Note: Association Meetings are the first Tuesday of the month.


Eiler Heights now has promotional items for sale for you to display your neighborhood pride.

Click to go to our store.



Tuesday, March 10, 2015,

5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Steelworks Museum

215 Canal Street


Note: EPA CAG Meetings are the second Tuesday of the month.


Many residents are wondering  now that our area is a Superfund Site, how will that affect the taxable value of our homes.  A meeting with the Pueblo County Assessor’s Office was held to find out how residents may dispute the taxable values of their properties.  

Properties values are now being re-evaluated for tax purposes by the Assessor’s Office.  Re-evaluations are done every two years. The fact that a Superfund Site exists, will not play a factor in the valuation of the properties this year, as they are compared to properties sold over the past two years.

Should one want to dispute the taxable value of a property, a property owner must submit to the Assessor’s Office several comparable properties that sold between January 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014.  Properties sold outside of this time frame will not be considered.

Sold comparable properties should be submitted to the Pueblo County Assessor’s Office with a cover letter stating that you wish to dispute the taxable value of your property.  You need to include in the letter the name as it shows on the Deed, the address of the property, and the parcel number of the property.  

Required information on your property can be obtained from the Pueblo County Assessor’s Office website.