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County buildings closed to public until 4/8/20

Posted on 03/16/2020
County buildings closed to public until 4/8/20

Starting  (March 17) county offices will be closed to the public, but please know business is continuing within each of the county buildings.

“We are still providing services to the public,” said Commissioner Chair Mike Freeman, “but we will be providing them differently to help slow the spread of COVID-19.”

Many county services are already available online, and staff will still be available to answer calls and emails regarding questions the public may have concerning services county government provides.

“We have the technology to handle most of the public’s needs without requiring them to actually come to a county building,” said Freeman. “Now, we really get to put that technology to use.”

Board meetings, which are live streamed, will continue at their regular time 9:00 a.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. Public comment for these meetings can be emailed to the Clerk to the Board’s Office for inclusion in the public record (

Land Use Hearings will be postponed for 30 days. Applicants with pending hearings should contact the Planning Department at 970-400-6100 for more information.

A full list of services and contact information is available on the county’s web page at (this page will be live by midnight).

The county building closure is effective March 17 through April 8.

Please visit the following sources for up-to-date information from the county:

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