Discovers, lists, classifies and values all property in the County for property tax purposes.
Implements the adopted Comprehensive Plan, Weld County Code, and Building Codes.
Processes and preserves documents. Provides election resources. Enables titling and licensing all motor vehicles.
Weld County Commissioners are the statutory head of Weld County's government.
Provides a timely, proactive investigation to determine cause and manner of death.
Represents county officers, employees, and appointed boards and commissions.
Reviews all aspects of County government and makes periodic written reports for the people of Weld County.
Provides information and education, and encourages the application of research-based knowledge in response to local, state, and national issues.
Represents the people in all state criminal actions brought within the Nineteenth Judicial District.
The Weld County Department of Facilities is responsible for the repair, maintenance, landscaping of the grounds, nighttime security, and snow removal for 104 County facilities/locations.
Finance and Administration includes the offices of Human Resources, Purchasing, Accounting, Information Technology, Geographical Information System, Printing and Supply, Insurance, and Capital.
Provides mapping services and geographic analysis capabilities to Weld County Departments.
Preserves, promotes, and protects the health and environment of the residents of Weld County.
Assists in hiring. Oversees policies, assists employees, establishes job classifications, and compensation.
Child Protection, financial assistance, job skills, child support, and services for older population.
Develops and manages criminal justice system functions. Pretrial Services, Community Corrections and Alternative Sentencing Programs.
OEM plans for response to emergencies and disasters, and coordinates the activities of the county during actual events. Each level of government is responsible to handle their own emergency until the emergency exceeds its capabilities or resources.
Responsible for permitting, regulating and enforcing surface regulations related to oil and gas operations for drilling sites located in unincorporated Weld County.
Provides a consistent review of individual land-use matters through chapters adopted into the Weld County Code.
The Public Information team publishes news releases, newsletters, and multimedia projects as well as manages the county’s social media platforms, for all county departments and the Board of Commissioners.
Serves 41 Law, Fire and Medical agencies covering approximately 4,000 square miles in and outside of Weld County.
The Department of Public Works provides for maintenance and construction of roads, bridges and storm drainage facilities in the public right of way throughout Weld County.
Administers bid proposals. Ensures efficient, open, and competitive bidding on all purchases.
Providing Effective Public Safety Services with Honor and Integrity
Collects all county property taxes, makes distribution of those taxes, and invests the difference on behalf of the County.
Assists veterans and their dependents in applying for service connected disability, non-service connected pension, burial and survival benefits, educational benefits, and health care from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Weld County Offices:
Weld County Colorado
1150 O ST. Greeley, CO 80631
Weld County Colorado
PO Box 758 Greeley, CO 80632
Phone: (970) 400-4000