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    Jefferson County to Host Community Meetings for Development and Transportation

    Jefferson County seeks community input regarding locations for new development, identified wildfire hazard areas, and transportation. Read on...
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    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...
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    2025 Budget Planning

    The 2024 Budget was adopted by the Jefferson County Board of Commissioners on Nov. 14, 2023. Following the conclusion of the 2024 budget process, county staff quickly pivoted to focus on the 2025 budget and began work earlier than in years past. Read on...
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    Jefferson County 2024 Property Tax Bills to Be Mailed Feb. 16

    The Colorado Legislature recently passed a bill to provide property tax relief that will impact the timing of property tax bills being mailed. Property tax bills will be mailed about two weeks later than in most years. Read on...
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    Jeffco Open Space Seasonal Wildlife Closures to Begin Feb. 1

    Jeffco Open Space uses seasonal wildlife closures to protect species at sensitive times in their life cycles. This year’s seasonal wildlife closures affect numerous parks and trails. Read on...
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    Jefferson County Launches Pilot Program to Electrify County Vehicles

    On Jan. 29, Jefferson County held a ribbon cutting at Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) to commemorate the launch of a new electric vehicle (EV) pilot program. Read on...
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    Severe Weather Resources

    See information about resources for severe weather shelters in Jefferson County. Read on...
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    Homelessness Prevention Efforts in Jeffco

    More than 800 people are homeless in Jeffco, according to a 2023 Point in Time Survey. Read about homelessness prevention efforts in Jefferson County. Read on...
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    Property Owners Urged to be Mindful of TABOR Check Fraud

    Jefferson County Treasurer Jerry DiTullio is urging community members to be vigilant after seeing fraudulent TABOR refund checks. Read on...
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    Jefferson County to Mail TABOR Refund Checks to Jeffco Residents

    Jefferson County property 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...
  11. Airport News

    Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport Accelerates Transition to Unleaded Fuel

    Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport officials and the Jefferson County Board Commissioners announced the airport’s accelerated timeline to transition to unleaded fuel. Read on...
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    Together Jeffco: Plans and Regulations Update

    Together Jeffco: County Plans and Regulations Update is a two-year process which combines efforts to update several county plans. We want to hear from you! Read on...
  13. Airport News

    RMMA Voluntary Noise Abatement Procedure Update

    Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (RMMA), Jefferson County and Town of Superior Trustee Jason Serbu are pleased to announce a new addition to the airport’s Voluntary Noise Abatement Procedures. Read on...
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    Short-Term Rental Regulation Updates Coming to Jeffco

    Jefferson County is updating its Short-Term Rental Regulations to streamline the review process, and to reduce noncompliance. Jeffco community members are encouraged to provide input! Read on...
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    JCPH and BOH Announce New Executive Director, Dr. Sarah Story

    The Jefferson County Board of Health and Jefferson County Public Health are excited to announce Executive Director finalist Dr. Sarah Story, Ph.D., MPP, MPH as the new Executive Director of JCPH. Read more.
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    Jefferson County Coroner Uses ARPA Resources for Critical Updates

    Jefferson County’s Coroner is hard at work getting her team updated equipment required to meet today’s challenges for hundreds of thousands of residents and visitors. Read on...
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    CDOT Begins I-70 Floyd Hill Project

    The I-70 Floyd Hill project, from west of Evergreen to eastern Idaho Springs, encompasses an eight mile section of the I-70 Mountain Corridor that acts as an economic gateway for the state of Colorado and the nation. Read on...
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    Jefferson County Seeks Community Input on Plan Updates

    Jefferson County is moving forward with a major initiative to update several of the county's plans. These updates will affect wildfire, evacuations, development, and transportation. Read on...
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    Jefferson County Supports 12 Organizations with Food System Grants

    The Jefferson County Board of Commissioners recently approved $350,000 for food support. These funds are in addition to $1.7 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding for food security efforts in Jeffco. Read on...
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    Protect Your Family, Jeffco Community by Recycling Household Hazard Waste

    Protect your family, community, and the environment from household hazardous waste with the help of Rooney Road Recycling Center Read on...
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