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  1. Budget-101-Video

    What do you know about our budget?

    Watch our Budget 101 video to learn more. Read on...
  2. Video Dahlkemper

    Meet Commissioner Lesley Dahlkmeper

    She talks about her experience as a commissioner, the importance of our budget process and our libraries Read on...
  3. Treasurer-HB19-1295

    Public Trustee to be Part of the Jefferson County Treasurer's Office

    HB19-1295 moves governor appointed public trustees for the ten most populous counties into the jurisdiction of the elected county treasurer. Read on...
  4. Flood-Awareness-2019

    With High Snowpack, Be Prepared for Flooding

    Many people think they are not in danger of flooding if they don't live near a stream or creek. Unfortunately, this is note true. Flooding is the nation’s number one natural disaster. Read on...
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    Jefferson County’s Slash Program Helps Reduce Wildfire Danger

    Take advantage of the Jefferson County slash program, running from June through October, to reduce wildfire danger and protect your property! Read on...
  6. Video Tighe

    Meet Commissioner Casey Tighe

    Watch Commissioner Casey Tighe's video in which he tells us more about why he serves as a commissioner and the importance of our open space and parks. Read on...
  7. Video Szabo

    Meet Commissioner Libby Szabo

    Watch Commissioner Libby Szabo's video in which she tells us about living here in Jeffco and how important places like the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport is to our community. Read on...
  8. 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...
  9. Kym Sorrells

    Kym Sorrells Named Jefferson County Attorney

    Kym Sorrells has been named the Jefferson County Attorney, reporting directly to the Board of County Commissioners. She will officially begin her new role on May 13, 2019. Read on...
  10. County News

    Financial Budget Challenges for Jeffco in 2020

    Taxpayer dollars allow the county to deliver vital services, but demand for services has created a financial challenge that is affecting 2020 budgets. Read on...
  11. T-E_Transporation-News_news

    Denver Water to Begin Construction on Northwater Central Segment this Spring

    Denver Water will begin work to install 2.8 miles of pipe that will span from the north side of W. 44th Avenue, east of Indiana Street to Denver Water's Van Bibber facility located on W. 60th Avenue. Read on...
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    Commissioners Celebrate Long-time County Employees

    The Jefferson County Board of Commissioners took time out at the hearing on March 26, 2019 to recognize employees who have served the county for 25 years or more. Read on...
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    Jefferson County Illicit Discharges Information

    Our storm sewer system is designed to carry runoff from rain and snowmelt and discharge it directly to the drainage way. Materials that are dumped or inadvertently washed into our storm sewer system can pollute our creeks and rivers. Read on...
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    Denver Water North System Renewal Project

    Denver Water is upgrading and modernizing the northern portion of its water system. Read on...
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    I-25 Central Planning and Environmental Linkages Study Survey

    The I-25 Central Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) study seeks to address current challenges and plan for the future. To get an understanding of current I-25 corridor issues, the PEL team is engaging with a broad spectrum of stakeholders. Read on...
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    Jeffco Elected Officials Sworn Into Office

    On Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019, Commissioners Casey Tighe and Libby Szabo hosted the Jefferson County Swearing-In Ceremony. First Judicial District Chief Judge Philip McNulty swore in the newly elected and reelected officials. Read on...
  17. Historically Jeffco Magazine

    Read the Digital Edition of Historically Jeffco Magazine

    Historically Jeffco magazine is produced annually by the Jefferson County Historical Commission and is available free of charge. Read on...
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    Let’s Chat Property Taxes and How Your Bill is Calculated

    Each year, property owners receive bills for their property taxes. But how are these taxes calculated? To help you better understand and answer these questions, we created a four-part video series, Property Taxes 101, hosted by Commissioner Libby Szabo. Read on...
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    Meet Jeffco - The Stahler Story

    Meet the Stahler brothers, Luke and Sean, who spent several summers working at Jeffco’s Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport. We wanted to learn more about the brothers and what it was like working for Jeffco. Read on...
  20. County News

    Changes for Business Coming to Jeffco

    At the Board of County Commissioners Sept. 18 public hearing, the board voted two to one to eliminate the General Fund Business Personal Property Tax (BPPT). Read on...
  21. McIntyre Before

    McIntyre Street Widening Project

    Road improvements to McIntyre Street between West 56th Place and West 58th Avenue begin Wednesday, July 11 and will continue through the fall of 2019. Read on...
  22. Website-Sneak-Preview-Screenshot2

    Welcome to the New Jefferson County Website

    Welcome to the new Jefferson County website! We’re excited to bring you this new website that we are confident will make doing business online with the county a better experience. Read on...
  23. Engage-Jeffco-Video-Thumbnail

    County Launches New Engage Jeffco Video 2017

    Look around, what do you see? A beautiful place to call home. An innovative place to work. A breathtaking place to play. Read on...
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    Jefferson County Launches New Brand and Logo System

    Jefferson County is getting a new look! The county has recently developed a new brand in an effort to better serve its citizens Read on...
  25. Open-Gov-Graph-View

    Jefferson County Launches OpenGov Financial Portal

    Jefferson County announced the launch of a new digital platform powered by OpenGov that provides residents, elected officials and staff unprecedented access to the county’s finances. Read on...
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