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  1. Information about the Jeffco Giving Tree program

    Help a Child in Need Through Jeffco's Giving Tree Program

    Help some of Jeffco's less fortunate children this holiday season through Jefferson County's Giving Tree program. Read on...
  2. Engage-Jeffco-News-general

    Read our latest Engage Jeffco enewsletter

    Engage Jeffco includes important updates from the county, community events, classes, health and safety tips, announcements and more. Read on...
  3. JC-73 Project Public Input Information

    Provide Input on Jefferson County Road 73 (JC-73) Preliminary Design

    Jefferson County’s Transportation and Engineering Division completed a preliminary design for the JC-73 improvement project and is looking for input from the community. Read on...
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    Sharing Our Paths, Roadways and Trails

    Commissioner Kerr discusses share the “road” etiquette, possible new legislation coming in 2022, and an update to Jefferson County's bike plan. Read on...
  5. Text: TABOR Refund Checks with web address for more information

    Jefferson County to Mail Residents TABOR Refund Checks

    Jefferson County taxpayers will soon receive a TABOR refund check in the mail, as required by the state’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights Amendment (TABOR). Read on...
  6. Jefferson County truck plowing snow

    Jefferson County Announces Important Snow Removal Updates

    As Jeffco's Road & Bridge team is getting ready for the winter season, it has revised its Snow Removal Procedure due to a statewide shortage of truck drivers. Read on...
  7. County News

    Facing Foreclusure? Federal Mortgage Assistance Now Available

    The moratorium on foreclosing federally insured loans ended July 31. Get the latest details, find resources, and read advice from the Jefferson County Treasurer's Office. Read on...
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    Commissioner Kraft-Tharp Talks TABOR

    Having lived in Jefferson County for 24 years, I know firsthand our quality of life is unparalleled. We have a reputation as a wonderful place for all to thrive. Read on...
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    Jeffco Board of Health Votes to Require Masks in Local Government Buildings

    During a special meeting on Oct. 7, the Jeffco Board of Health voted to approve Public Health Order 21-004, requiring all individuals ages 2+ wear a mask indoors at all county and municipal government buildings. Read more.
  10. Board of Health Votes to Require Routine COVID-19 Testing

    Jefferson County Board of Health Issues Public Health Order 21-005

    The Jeffco Board of Health approved Public Health Order 21-005, requiring all county and municipal government workers to get tested for COVID-19 weekly or submit proof of full vaccination in order to report to work in person. Read more.
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    Trumbull Bridge Over the South Platte River Repair

    Douglas County is partnering with Jefferson County to repair the Trumbull Bridge over the South Platte River. Read on...
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    US 6 and Heritage Interchange Design Open House

    Golden, CDOT and Jefferson County are partnering to improve the US 6 and Heritage interchange. Pre-register to attend an open house on Oct. 13. Read on...
  13. Commissioner Dahlkemper posing for picture with state and local leaders

    Fighting the Opioid Epidemic in Jefferson County and Colorado

    Many of us have friends or family members who struggled with opioid addiction. Some received treatment and recovered. However, for far too many, the results can be tragic. Read on...
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    Motor Vehicle Tips for Jeffco's Mountain Communities

    Jeffco Clerk & Recorder George Stern shares tips for utilizing motor vehicle services in Jefferson County's mountain communities. Read on...
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    Fresh Start Given to 50 People with Warrants in Jefferson, Gilpin Counties

    People with active warrants for a traffic offense, probation violation or low-level, non-violent misdemeanor in Gilpin or Jefferson County were offered a chance to get back on track without being arrested. Read on...
  16. Historically Jeffco Magazine-2020

    2020 Historically Jeffco Magazine Now Available!

    The Jefferson County Historical Commission invites you to read its annual publication, Historically Jeffco magazine. Read on...
  17. Fresh Start - Primary (Web News Carousel)

    Fresh Start - Relief for Outstanding Warrants

    Fresh Start will be held Saturday, Aug. 14. People with active warrants for non-violent, low-level misdemeanor and traffic charges will have an opportunity to resolve their case without being arrested. Read on...
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    Jefferson County Online Services Page Now Available

    With Jefferson County offices closed due to COVID-19, the county compiled a page for citizens to find resources for doing business online. Read on...
  19. Aerial image of circle in front of Jeffco Admin and Courts Facility

    Changes to Front Circle of Administration and Courts Facility

    To increase safety at the Jefferson County Administration and Courts Facility, the front roundabout will be permanently closed to vehicle traffic beginning on July 26. The project is scheduled to be completed by mid-September. Read on...
  20. County News

    Climate Action Plan Approved

    On Sept. 15, the Jefferson County Board of County Commissions adopted by majority vote Resolution No. CC20-254, a resolution acknowledging the global climate crisis and affirming the county’s commitment to climate action. Read on...
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    Commissioners Highlight Local Businesses in Video Series

    Jefferson County Commissioners Libby Szabo, Casey Tighe and Lesley Dahlkemper visited with business owners who are emphasizing public safety. These visits were filmed and a series of videos is now available on our YouTube channel. Read on...
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    Jefferson County Government Properties Go Tobacco-Free

    Effective February 3, 2020, smoking and the use of tobacco products will not be permitted on Jefferson County Government properties except in select, marked Designated Tobacco Use Areas (DTUA) and private vehicles. Read on...
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