Reimagine. Renovate. Recreate.

During the turn of the century, mine owners chose to live in Cripple Creek, while the miners and their families set up residence in modest Victor Colorado.

Victor Colorado is determined to renovate while maintaining true to its humble roots. Development will honor the town’s authenticity and Victorian character, amplifying why visitors and residents are attracted to Victor Colorado in the first place.

The City of Victor Colorado has been steadily working toward an economic revitalization since 2010. We’ve set the stage for increased business investment in our Victorian downtown by:

  • Completing infrastructure improvements such as a new water/sewer system, utilities, sidewalks, decorative Victorian street lights and main street enhancements
  • Assuring adequate Internet and cellular phone coverage
  • Engaging in the Teller County Rural Broadband Initiative to secure a fiber connection
  • Undertaking a comprehensive GIS audit of most Victorian structures

Recognized by the State of Colorado as a Hot Spot for Investment
The Victor Downtown Historical District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The City of Victor Colorado is an officially designated National Main Street community and adopted its own city-sponsored Main Street program in 2012.

Colorado Main Street is a non-profit organization that assists qualifying local governments and downtown organizations seeking support in restoring and re-energizing their historic downtown and commercial districts. Administered through Colorado’s Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) and funded by the State Historical Fund, Colorado Main Street is an active member of a national support network called Main Street.

Properties Database

Properties database with detailed cultural and historical information.
For Building Permits, please contact the City of Victor Building Department.





City of Victor
500 Victor Avenue, P.O. Box 86
Victor, Colorado  80860